Norman Berdichevsky

Norman Berdichevsky's articles in New English Review:

The Other Republican Businessman Candidate for President: Wendell Willkie (October 2016)

The Rio Olympic Games and Brazilian Participation in World War II (September 2016)

What Americans Should Know about Brazil’s Dual Legacy of Slavery and the Monarchy (August 2016)

Where is the American Muslim Babe Ruth? (July 2016)

Israel at 68 - Growth, Progress, Prosperity and Defiance (June 2016)

The Abolition of Slavery in the Danish West Indies and the Governor’s Mulatto Mistress (May 2016)

“Trial,” Hollywood’s Prescient Film on the Left’s Playbook (April 2016)

The Vote for the Greatest Portuguese and its Leading Candidates (March 2016)

The Myth of the Andalusian Paradise (February 2016)

The Genius of the Multilingual Swiss and Their Confederal Republic (CH) (February 2016)

Hillary & Evita and their Respective Banana Republics (January 2016)

The Thousandth Anniversary of the Danish Conquest of England (January 2016)

Jacob Riis – The Story of America’s Most Famous Immigrant of the Late 19th Century (December 2015)

Pastor Kaj Munk: Martyr of the Danish Resistance (November 2015)

In Defense of Ben Carson’s Remarks on the Holocaust (November 2015)

A Solution for Muslim Refugees Clamoring to Enter Europe? (October 2015)

The Danish Historical Television Drama 1864 (September 2015)

Marxism’s Opportunistic Interpretation of the National Question (August 2015)

Absurd Identity Politics; Rachel Dolezal, et. al. (July 2015)

The IDF Sword Batallion (July 2015)

Mahal – The Third International Brigade When Israel Was the Darling of the Left  (June 2015)

The Other Forgotten International Brigade (May 2015)

Why it’s Worth Seeing “The Sound of Music” Again (April 2015)

Portugal’s Attempts at Jewish Reparations and the Fig Leaf of Lusotropicalism (April 2015)

The Wind and the Lion – Hollywood’s Defense of Radical Islam in the Shadow of Vietnam (March 2015)

“Fanny and Alexander” and Contemporary Swedish Antisemitism (February 2015)

The Defective Harper Collins Atlas and the Missing State of Israel (January 2015)

The Last Israelis (January 2015)

George Deek and his Rejection of the Arab Culture of Intimidation, Intolerance and Intransigence (December 2014)

Hollywood’s Failure to Immortalize Franciszek Gabryszewski (November 2014)

The Florida Panhandle, John Gorrie and Air-conditioning (September 2014)

Why Muslims “Become Radicalized” is No Mystery (August 2014)

Freedom for Kurdistan - An Authentic Nation (July 2014)

Modern Hebrew – The Past and Future of a Revitalized Language (June 2014)

The BBC’s Newspeak Coverage of the Boston Marathon (May 2014)

The “Other Norwegians” (April 2014)

Obama’s Pen, Phone and Scissors (March 2014)

Esperanto and Modern Hebrew –“Artificial” Languages that Came to Life (February 2014)

Amusement on a Long Flight Alone (January 2014)

From Albert to Arik: There Has Been None Like Einstein (December 2013)

Obamacare Will Follow the Fate of Prohibition (November 2013)

Good and Bad Coups (October 2013)

Zohar Argov and the Hebrew Language Gap (May 2013)

Orianna Fallaci, Woman of Valor (April 2013) 

Why Left and Right Differ Elsewhere (March 2013)

Hollywood’s Intentional Ignorance of the Crimes of Communist and Muslim Regimes (February 2013)

Cyrus to Ahmadinejad, The Ancient Persian Ally Turned into Shi’ite Foe (January 2013)

Is Art Inevitably Tainted by Politics? (December 2012)

The Failed Democrat Campaign to Smear Romney and Cut the Pie into a Dozen Pieces (November 2012)

No Ethnic Vote is Cast in Stone – Not Even the Jewish One (October 2012)

Palestine Betrayed (by the Palestinians) (September 2012)

2016, Obama’s America – The Film (September 2012)

A Forgotten Heroine of the Norwegian Resistance (August 2012)

Pilar Rahola, Woman of Conscience (July 2012)

An Introduction (and Advanced Course) to Danish Culture (June 2012)

Israel: From Darling of the Left to Pariah State (May 2012)

The Moroccan Jews: Contradictions Galore (April 2012)

Swedish Conditions, Or, Something is Rotten in the State of Sweden by Lars Hedegaard, translated by Norman Berdichevsky (March 2012)

The Iraqi Jews – The Oldest Diaspora, Now Safe in Israel (February 2012)

The Yemenites (December 2011)

Uruguay’s Bilingual Heritage and Portuñol (November 2011)

The Proud “Black Republicans” and the Democrat Chairwoman’s Ignorance (September 2011)

The Casey Anthony Trial and the Rashomon Complex (August 2011)

Why I Wrote These Two Books (June 2011)

Israel: World Center for Three Great Faiths – Judaism, Christianity and Bahaism (May 2011)

Dalí and Gaudí: Two Eccentric Catalan Geniuses and the Renaixença (April 2011)

Scorsese’s Gangs of New York: How the Left Misuses American History (March 2011)

Do Israelis Speak Hebrew or Israeli? (February 2011)

The Religious Left, J.B. Matthews and the Censure of Senator McCarthy (January 2011)

The First Hebrew Textbook Set in Modern Palestine (December 2010)

What’s in a Name? (November 2010)

Stuyvesant Boys, the 1960 Graduation and the 50th Reunion
(October 2010)

American Jews’ Paradoxical Allegiance to the Democratic Party (September 2010)

The Golden Calf Idols of the World Cup,The Olympics, and What Happened in Berlin, 1936 (August 2010)

Spain’s Overseas Plazas in Africa, the Gibraltar Question and the Western Sahara; A Complicated Chess Game (July 2010)

Two Peas in a Pod: Tiger & Obama (June 2010)

Diversity and Affirmative Action Everywhere but The Supreme Court (June 2010)

Baltic Rebirth and the Zionist Staging Ground for a Jewish State (May 2010)

It Has Already Happened Here (April 2010)

The Danish Right and the Resistance 1941-45 (March 2010)

Freedom for Kurdistan - An Authentic Nation (February 2010)

The Bible Code (January 2010)

Nazis in Newark 1933-39; a Parallel Universe with Today (December 2009)

Boris and Christian; Two Kings, The Holocaust and Hollywood
(November 2009)

Hebrew's Exalted Status (October 2009)

Fascist Italy and Austria Hand Hitler His First Defeat (September 2009)

“Edot HaMizrah” Israel’s Oriental Jewish Communities (August 2009)

What Obama and the Media Don’t Know or Care to Report (July 2009)

Jihad - Islam's 6th Pillar (June 2009)

Great Danes in Exile, Part 2 – Victor Borge, Clown Prince of Denmark (May 2009)

The Jewish and Irish Debates Over a “National Language” (April 2009)

A Tale of Two Partitions: India 1947 and Palestine 1948 (March 2009)

Spain and Israel – A Tale of Many Turns (Feb. 2009)

Arab Support for Zionism, 1917-1948 (Feb. 2009)

Great Danes in Exile: Part 1 - Piet Hein (Jan. 2009)

The Sixties Revisited
(Dec. 2008)

The Election & The Widening Chasm Among American Jews (Oct.- Nov. 2008)

Literature's Most Misunderstood Novel (Oct. 2008)

Franco, Fascism and the Falange (Sept. 2008)

Communist Party Support for Cuban Dictator Batista (Aug. 2008)

A  Monument to Tolerance
(July 2008)

What Some Best-Sellers Have to Say About Space, Place, and Territory (June 2008)

The Neglect Of Geography And Its Perils (May 2008)

Coffee of Tea? (May 2008)

Allies of Jihad (April 2008)

Spain In The Shadow Of Bin Laden (March 2008)

Multiculturalism in the U.K.: Faith Based and Ethnic Schools (Feb. 2008)

Baseball And Cricket (Jan. 2008)

The Most Widely Believed Political Myth (Dec. 2007)

Why Esperanto is Different (Dec. 2007)

Omar Khayyam’s Rubaiyat - an Antidote for Islamic Fundamentalism (Nov. 2007)

My Confrontations with The New York Times and BBC (Oct. 2007)

Hans Christian Andersen’s “Fairy Tales” for Adults (Sept. 2007)

New York’s Subway and London’s Underground (Aug. 2007)

The Torah And The Constitution (July 2007)

Are The Arabs Finally Beginning to Ask Giuseppe’s Questions? (June 2007)

The Renaissance of Hebrew and Maltese (May 2007)

The Verdict on Marxism-Leninism: “Case Closed” (April 2007)

Carter’s Book; Israel, Apartheid and Arab Grievances (March 2007)

History Worth Remembering; The Danish Minority in Nazi Germany and the "Jewish Question" (Feb 2007)

The Dream Tickets for the 2008 Election (Jan 2007)

The Z Word and a Search for Personal Identity (Dec. 2006)

The Myth of the Golden Age of Tolerance in Medieval Muslim Spain (Nov. 2006)

The Media’s Debacles (Oct. 2006)

Humor in War and Peace (Sept. 2006)

Hollywood's Treatment of French Schizophrenia (Aug 2006)

What the Good Soldier Schweik Knew Then (July 2006)

The “Animal Farm” Syndrome and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (June 2006)

Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales, “Matador” and Danish Courage (May 2006)

Example of a Weak America (April 2006)

  


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