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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, or watch any of our videos posted at www.HolocaustHandbooks.com, or read more about us here.

How would you introduce Holocaust revisionism to uninitiated people? Send us your video clip of not more than 2 minutes to [email protected], and we will share it on our social media channels.

CODOH is operated entirely by volunteers. If you believe you can help, please go to our Volunteer page to view the many ways you can participate, and please donate to help achieve our mission to repeal anti-Revisionist anti-free speech laws around the world:


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Feb. 24, 2020, 9:59 p.m.

Niels Bohr was a great physicist who was universally admired and respected by his peers.  Bohr made pioneering contributions to the understanding of atomic structure and quantum physics. Bohr also conceived the philosophical principle of complementarity, which he said applied to all important questions including physics. This article shows that, unfortunately, Bohr failed to apply his complementarity principle to understanding the origins and aftermath of World War II.

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