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German 'blogger of the year' invented her 'Jewish' family history, cheated media for years - RT World News

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German historian Marie Sophie Hingst, famous for her blog about family members who perished in the Holocaust, has been caught in a lie. The revelation also put the media, which published her other ‘personal stories’, in a bind. Hingst, who lives in Dublin, rose to prominence because of her stories about her alleged Jewish ancestors, who tragically died in the times of the Holocaust. 

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These were published on her blog 'Read on my dear, read

on' (now offline), which she started back in 2013 in Dublin. The blog featured accounts of her grandfather in particular, who she said was killed in the Nazi death camp Auschwitz.


If I had a nickle for every story I've come across like this, I could have long ago retired. The trouble this sort of thing has caused is unfathomable. If I were continually "accused" of being on the wrong side of history, my first response would be, "Why me?"


Is that too hard to ask?

Submitted on Monday, Jun 3, 2019 at 5:20:56 PM

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