The aim of the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust is to promote intellectual freedom regarding the "Holocaust" and to offer a forum to those who contest the orthodox Holocaust narrative. Read our letter-size flyer "The Holocaust Controversy: The Case for Open Debate", our 15-page color brochure Holocaust Skepticism: 20 Questions and Answers about Holocaust Revisionism, watch the below introduction video, or read more about us here.

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Recent Postings
March 19, 2018, 9:55 p.m.

I am being sued for libel in the High Court in England by Campaign Against Antisemitsm’s chairman Gideon Falter. I have made the decision to fight this crucial battle for freedom of expression even though this fight poses a real risk of bankrupting me and my family...

March 16, 2018, 7:21 a.m.

Already in 2005, British journalist Ian Cobain wrote two papers published by the British daily The Guardian in which he presented evidence that the British occupation forces in Germany systematically tortured German inmates after the war in order to have them sign confessions which then could be used to either indict them or others for war crimes.

Now Cobain has followed up with a new article, this time published in the London Daily Mail about torture centers in Britain itself, where again German inmates were tortured into signing questionable confessions. The following paper discusses the implications this information might have.

March 8, 2018, 11:10 p.m.

A case with far-reaching implications for the rights of the public to internet access has been filed in San Francisco.  At stake is the public's right to say or see what they want versus the unrestricted power of internet corporations to refuse service to unpopular clients.

Feb. 27, 2018, 8:46 p.m.

Within the Anglosphere at least, Arthur Butz's 1976 The Hoax of the Twentieth Century was truly trailblazing, almost proto-revisionist insofar as comprehensive reviews of the subject in a single volume are concerned. While the book's performance in the (book) marketplace has waxed and waned, its recent removal, after at least two decades, from the vaunted offerings of Amazon.com finally subjects this classic work to true censorship. On the occasion of its entry into the Twenty-First Century's Index Librorum Prohibitorum, this article compares its fate with that of the work of a similarly precocious myth-buster of the Fifteenth Century that Butz himself adduced while placing his own work in historical perspective.

Feb. 13, 2018, 6:33 a.m.

A few months after the release of Carlo Mattogno's thorough critique of the various postwar "confessions" by former Auschwitz Camp Commandant Rudolf Höss, we are proud to present his next devastating critique of the statements made by yet another key witness: Miklós Nyiszli. Mattogno's deconstruction of Nyiszli leaves no stone unturned, and no falsehood standing…

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