Douglas Collins

Doug Collins, a native of the United Kingdom, served with the British army during the Second World War, and then with the British control commission in postwar occupied Germany. An award-winning journalist, he has worked for several Canadian daily newspapers. His career has also included work in television and radio. He is the author of several books.


How the great Irving-Lipstadt libel trial in London will turn out I don't know. Neither does anyone else. But one thing is certain. Professional Holocausters have been given a black eye. They have been forced to debate what they have always refused to debate, namely, whether their version of the …

There may have been other writers who have been hounded as much as historian David Irving but I can't think of any. A fascinating book could be written on the subject — if it could find a publisher. That would not be easy. A lot of powerful people don't want …

I | II | III | IV I. Getting set to slay censorship by Doug Collins [May 12, 1997, North Shore News] Tomorrow, your man Doug and this gutsy newspaper go into the history books as the first in Canada to face a "human rights" tribunal. The first in journalism, …

Doug Collins, an award-winning Canadian journalist and author of several books, served with the British army during the Second World War. For 14 years, he wrote a popular column for the North Shore News of North Vancouver, British Columbia. His addressed the Tenth IHR Conference (1990). This column, distributed on-line, …

A Prophecy Doug Collins Prophecy is risky. But today [March 9] I prophesy that the Steven Spielberg movie "Schindler's List" will run away with the Academy Awards. I make that forecast without having seen it and without having any intention of doing so, since it must be the 555th movie …

Only rarely do those who detest Doug Collins' audacious skepticism about the Holocaust story ever bother to respond to the substance ofhis arguments. Normally his detractors react with blind invective. In a rare exception, two University of British Columbia historians replied to Collins' August 18 column – reprinted in the …

[From the North Shore News, Oct. 7, 1994] There I was, barely off the plane from a holiday in England, when a callow youth from the morning trash sheet called me to ask why a couple of my columns had appeared in a sinister magazine in the US called The …

[From the North Shore News, Oct. 16, 1994] The subject is heresy and heretics, because it seems that I am one. I am in good company. One of the greatest heretics was William Tyndale, who first put the Bible into English. The Roman Catholic Church objected because it thought it …

[Reprinted from the North Shore News, Oct. 9, 1994] To the Editor, The Province: The article you ran by Gordon Clark on Oct. 5 ("Holocaust just a story: Collins") was the grottiest piece of "Journalism" I have seen in a long time. And that's saying something. I did not deny …

Doug Collins Slowly but surely, those who challenge the Six Million Holocaust story are forcing the defenders of orthodoxy to confront revisionist arguments, even if very reluctantly. Earlier this year, for example, western Canada's leading Jewish community paper published "An Open Letter to Holocaust Deniers Everywhere." Written by Dr. Dina …

Doug Collins served with the British army during the Second World War, and then with the British control commission in postwar occupied Germany. An award-winning journalist, he has worked for several Canadian daily newspapers, and is the author of several books. His presentation at the Tenth IHR Conference was published …

The Press Council Decision [From the North Shore News, Oct. 22, 1995] Here's a shot from the battle front and the British Columbia Press Council decision that "in part" upholds the complaints made by my Jewish friend Lionel Kenner concerning a column I wrote two years ago. The piece was …

Doug Collins, an award-winning journalist, has worked for several Canadian daily newspapers, and is the author of several books. He served with the British army during the Second World War, and then with the British control commission in postwar occupied Germany. For more about Collins, see the Nov.-Dec. 1994 Journal, …

Retiring, Not Quitting Doug Collins, an award-winning journalist, has worked for several Canadian daily newspapers, and is the author of several books. He served with the British army during the Second World War, and then with the British control commission in postwar occupied Germany. The three essays published here are …

Doug Collins, an award-winning journalist, has worked for several Canadian daily newspapers, and is the author of several books. He served with the British army during the Second World War, and then with the British control commission in postwar occupied Germany. In September 1997 he retired as a columnist for …

Doug Collins looks up from the North Shore News issue that reports on his November 1997 victory in a closely-watched "hate speech" case involving a column about "Schindler's List" he had written from the British Columbia paper. This photo is taken from the front cover of his new book, "Here …

On August 27, Canada's Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional the law under which German-Canadian publisher Ernst Zündel was convicted for publishing a Revisionist booklet about the Holocaust. In a four-three decision, the judges ruled that the "false news" law under which he was convicted violates the freedom-of-speech provisions of …

Doug Collins Museums are much in vogue these days. I reported recently on the Simon Wiesenthal "Museum of Tolerance" in Los Angeles. But an apparently even bigger bang for the propaganda buck is to be seen in the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. The major media again fell over themselves …

Doug Christie, the 'Battling Barrister' of Canada, holds forth on his '4 principles for a decent society' at a meeting in Munich, Germany. He gives many examples of how those principles are in short supply in his native Canada. He speaks in English with a translator for the audience.