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87-year-old Ursula Haverbeck of Vlotho, Germany, has been sentenced to 10 months' imprisonment by the Hamburg District Court on Nov. 11, 2015 for expressing doubt as to the orthodox Holocaust narrative during a German TV interview.

A list of new releases and activities by the revisionist community: Jim Rizoli, The Barnes Review, Lady Renouf, Benton Bradbury...

Whenever revisionists have success, the Dark Side of the Force will sure go after them and make sure things don't get out of control. That's exactly what happened right before this past Christmas...

Since February 2009, German lawyer Horst Mahler has been serving his cumulative 12-year prison term for a number of convictions due to his writings in which he both contests the orthodox Holocaust narrative and justifies as well as recommends repeating some of the NS measures against the Jews, among other …

Ursula Haverbeck (86) is the widow of the late German historian Prof. Dr. Werner Georg Ha­verbeck. Both have been supporters of revisionism for decades. After her husband’s death in 1999, she started becoming more outspoken about her skepticism regarding the Holocaust. As a consequence she was tried thrice for “denial” …

Starting with this issue, Smith’s Report will report about new revisionist activities and productions. With this we want to increase public awareness of the community’s productivity. This will hopefully improve attention and increase participation in revisionist events, and might help our revisionist producers to successfully market their products. Our list …

Did you ever wonder what happened to Fred Leuchter after Errol Morris had done his documentary on him called Mr. Death? Those of our readers who have stayed on top of things will have noticed that Leuchter has been on the editorial advisory board of Inconvenient History for a quite …
A list of new releases and activities by the revisionist community: Jim Rizoli, The Barnes Review, Castle Hill Publishers, Vincent Reynouard...
Every year the German government proudly presents the numbers of peaceful dissidents it persecutes, which it lumps together with violent criminals as "enemies of the [German] constitution." Never mind that Germany doesn't even have a constitution... On July 18 of this year, the German government released the figures of government …

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.

During World War Two “the Germans” are not only claimed to have murdered millions in stationary gas chambers, but they are also said to have used mobile gas chambers for their evil ends: the infamous “gas vans.” Orthodox holocaust historian Gerald Fleming has reproduced a photograph of a derelict van …

In late 2010 Claude Lanzmann's "documentary" Shoah was re-released with much brouhaha on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. It is "considered one of the greatest documentaries ever made." Although there have been a number of revisionist critiques of various aspects of the movie,[1] no thorough and complete analysis …

When it comes to the “Holocaust,” terms like “gas chambers” or “gas ovens” dominate the public’s mind. “Gas vans” are usually absent from the discourse. What percentage of the general populace has ever heard that the Nazis are said to have deployed mobile gas chambers as well, which historians usually …