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The aim of this site is to promote intellectual freedom with regard to this one historical event called "Holocaust," which in turn will help advance the concept of intellectual freedom with regard to all historical events. We find it vulgar beyond belief that Americans would spend more than half a century condemning the "unique monstrosity" of the Germans when we have not yet learned to condemn our own, or to even recognize it.

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CODOH is carried out entirely by volunteers. If you believe you can help, please go to our Volunteer page to view the many ways you can participate.

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If you want an insight into the significance of our work on the university campus, read this 9,000-word publication by HILLEL, The Foundation for Campus Jewish Life. It’s titled: “Fighting Holocaust Denial in Campus Newspaper Advertisements: A Manual for Action.” Everything in this Hillel Manual is meant to teach Jewish students how to suppress, censor, and control debate about the Holocaust question. Above all else—Control! Hillel has an annual budget of $35-million (million!) dollars.

God Bless the Hillel Rabbis tells the story of how I felt about the behavior of Hillel rabbis well before they produced their censorship Manual condemning intellectual freedom. No line here between the Work and the Life.

—Bradley


Recent News

Nov. 20, 2014

Noam Neusner worked for Turkey to spread denial of Armenian Holocaust, now works for Hillel to spread denial of the Nakba.

Nov. 12, 2014

In the November issue of Smith's Report you will find:
"Heretics, Sacralization, and Fear in the Heart of the Journalist," by Albert Richardson; "News and Notes," by Bradley R. Smith; "Orson Welles and the First Holocaust Movie: A Lasting Legacy," by Jett Rucker

Oct. 26, 2014

The bad guys are murdering women and children, again.

Oct. 5, 2014

In the October issue of Smith's Report you will find:
"The Case of Gregory Chelli," by Robert Faurisson; "John Stuart Mill Calls For Open Debate on The Holocaust," by Michael K. Smith; "What Is It With That Nazi Euthanasia?," by Jett Rucker; "British Publisher Simon Sheppard Arrested…, by Bradley R. Smith"; and more...

Sept. 22, 2014

Castle Hill Publishers are proud to announce the publication of Udo Walendy's classic work on the outbreak of World War II in a newly translated and slightly revised edition: "Who Started World War II?" To ask the question is already an heretical act to many. But in this 500 page book overwhelming evidence is presented proving that the answer isn't as simple as most people think it is. Sure, the Germans invaded Poland in September 1939, but then again, Polish militia forces had invaded defenseless Germany already in 1919. Ever since, Poland had been out to "get the Germans" on numerous occasions, and in the summer of 1939 the Germans simply wouldn't take it anymore...

Aug. 15, 2014

In this issue of Smith's Report you will find:

  • Fredrick Töben Reviews Republican Party Animal by David Cole
  • David Cole Calls It a Day with Bradley Smith. By David Cole, Bradley R. Smith and others
July 14, 2014

Featuring, among other things: “The Evil Muse of Bradley Smith,” “A Gathering of Galileos,” “Still No Laws in Italy against Holocaust ‘Denial’,” “Nazi Botched Gassings?” ...

July 11, 2014

Vor 26 Jahren schockierte der US-Gaskammer-Fachmann Fred Leuchter die Welt mit seinem Gutachten über die Gaskammern von Auschwitz. Castle Hill Publishers haben dieses Gutachten in einer neuen, kritisch kommentierten und reich annotierten Ausgabe neu aufgelegt...

June 30, 2014

A new book by Italian revisionist Carlo Mattogno: a refutation of a mainstream book. It summarizes revisionist arguments on the alleged gas chambers at Auschwitz, Belzec, Chelmno, Dachau, Majdanek, Mauthausen, Natzweiler, Neuengamme, Ravensbrück, Sachsenhausen, Sobibor, Stutthof and Treblinka… Need more?…

June 17, 2014

Caroline Sturdy Colls's discussion of her "archaeology" at Treblinka is cancelled.

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