Gerald Reitlinger

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Gerald Roberts Reitlinger (1900 - 1978) was a Jewish art historian and a prominent early politically correct writer on National Socialist Germany, particularly the Holocaust. Reitlinger's writings included The Economics of Taste (a three-volume history of art sales), The Final Solution (1953), and The SS: Alibi of a Nation (1956).

The Final Solution has been criticized for stating 4,2 - 4,6 million Jews killed, rather than the 6 million Jews number.[1]

References

  1. A Chronicle of Holocaust Revisionism, Part 3 (1956-1960) https://codoh.com/library/document/3120/?lang=en