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Prosecution of Dissidents

The prosecution, by proper courts of law, of dissidents for their peaceful activities. Unless a report is on prosecution in general, it has been categorized in the subcategory of the country where the prosecution occurred.

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Author Document Language Published
Freeman, F. Going Underground: 'Catacomb Revisionists' and Revisionist Repression English 2008-01-01
Henry, M. Who Will be Left to Stand Up? English 1997-12-05
Stannard, D. The dangers of calling the Holocaust unique English 1996-08-02
Graf, J. The Greatest Adventure of Our Time: Holocaust Revisionism, A speech delivered in German in Estonia English 2002-11-25
Widmann, R. History Behind Bars: A Future of Revisionism, A Comment English 2013-12-01
Lasson, K. Is rewriting history in academia a free speech right? English 1998-01-06
Smith, B. Outlaw History, An Introduction English 2004-08-08
Cole, C. Outlaw History, An Introduction English 2004-08-08
Cole, D. David Cole Interview by Ryan Dawson English 2014-04.04
Grubach, P. Deborah Lipstadt and the Double Standards That Surround Questioning the "Holocaust" English 2012-11-12
Butz, A. 1998 Revisionist Conference in Adelaide, Australia English 1998-08-20
Weber, M. Jewish Group Demands More Anti-Revisionist Laws English 1998-10-01
Bellinger, J. The Prohibition of Holocaust Denial English 2009-10-01
Freeman, F. Going Underground, 'Catacomb Revisionists' and Revisionist Repression English 2010-10-01
Jackson, N. Revisionism and the Power of Truth, A Comment English 2014-02-23
Rucker, J. Revisionism's Final Victories, Comment English 2012-10-01
Grubach, P. Russia and the Holocaust Ideology, What Is the Future of Holocaust Revisionism in Eastern Europe? English 2014-06-11
Smith, B. "El Gran Tabu": Major Update Coming! English 2014-07-14
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