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David Cole in Auschwitz: The Video of the Century.
A young Jewish holocaust revisionist, posing as a believer, puts some hard questions to the senior curator of the Auschwitz State Museum. After making this video, a "hit" was put out on Cole, and a reward for information on his whereabouts was issued by Irv Rubin (who years later, was arrested by the FBI for planning to kill a Lebanese-American Congressman.) Fearing assassination, Cole went into hiding. He never surfaced again publicly.
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|full version||258.7 MB||640px × 480px||00:53:23|
|Part 1||66.4 MB||640px × 480px||00:16:08|
|Part 1||81.7 MB||640px × 480px||00:16:03|
|Part 2||71.9 MB||640px × 480px||00:17:22|
|Part 2||87.9 MB||640px × 480px||00:17:22|
|Part 3||81.6 MB||640px × 480px||00:19:50|
|Part 3||100.3 MB||640px × 480px||00:19:50|
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|Title||David Cole in Auschwitz: The Video of the Century.|
|Sources||VHS Video, Institute for Historical Review, Newport Beach 1992|
|Dates||published: 1992-01-01, first posted on CODOH: June 29, 1995, 7 p.m., last revision: n/a|