Joseph G. Burg

J. G. Burg (real name Josef Ginsburg; also written as Joseph or Ginzburg; born in 1908 in Czernowitz; died in 1990 in Munich) was the pseudonym of a German speaking Jewish journalist and Holocaust revisionist.

He was the author of many books ("Schuld und Schicksal", "Zionazi", "Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank", "Auschwitz in alle Ewigkeit" etc.) as well as many pamphlets and two documentary interviews with Ernst Zündel.

He was a witness in 1988 in Ernst Zündel's Holocaust trials. He testified that he after the end of the war in 1945 had visited Auschwitz and had also visited Majdanek, had spoken to hundreds of people who had serviced and operated the crematoria, and had concluded that no homicidal gas chambers existed and that there had been no plan to exterminate the Jews of Europe.[1]


J.G. Burg Ein Jude Verteidigt Deutschland 1983.In diesem fast zweistündigen Videoclip interviewt Ernst Zündel (1939 - 2017) 1983 Joseph Ginsburg. Josef Ginsburg (auch bekannt als Joseph Ginsberg; Pseudonym Joseph G. Burg oder JG Burg) war ein jüdischer revisionistischer Autor vieler Bücher (" Schuld und Schicksal "," Zionazi "," Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank ","