Daniel D. Desjardins

Daniel D. Desjardins has been associated with the Institute for Historical Review since the 1980's, having written several articles published in The Journal of Historical Review beginning in 1986. A member of Phi Alpha Theta Historical Society, he holds a B.S. in Chemistry, a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, and an MA in Writing from Queen Margaret University College (Edinburgh). For a follow-up analysis of The Leuchter Report, he visited Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1996, and has served as translator for the writings of Leon Degrelle, Roger Garuady and Robert Faurisson.



(All letters are subject to editing at the whim of this editor, particularly for length, but also for curse words, gratuitous insults and a perverse desire to keep things focused. Those letters which are sent on disk have a substantially better chance of being reproduced here without error than those …

It is discomforting, if not embarrassing, when watching films Hollywood made about W.W. II, to note the parallel between ourselves and the Germans; especially regarding occupation. There are those who will say we bear no resemblance, that we stand for liberty and freedom, but it is we of course who …

As an alumnus of Williston Northampton School, one of our nation’s finer prepatory schools, I am struck by comparison of two course descriptions in its 1997-1998 course of studies brochure regarding “Russian History” and “Hitler and Nazi Germany.” The description for the semester course on Russian history reads: The transformation …

Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter Jr., a film by Errol Morris. With its premier at the Toronto Film Festival in 1999, presaged by a degree of consternation and controversy,[1] Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter Jr., is now circulating among …

By Elie Wiesel. Bantam Books, New York, 1982, 109 pp. In Night, written by Elie Wiesel, winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize for literature, has, for such a small book, a very large reputation. I hasten to mention, however, the Bantam Books edition I am reviewing boasts the complete …

In the annals of anti-Revisionism, one does not often find Establishment academia types appraising Revisionist works directly. However, Dr. A.R. Butz has recently discovered just such an endeavor, involving, indeed, a book to which he wrote the preface: Walter Sanning's The Dissolution of Eastern European Jewry. The deed was done …

Since 1945 the swastika has been banned in Germany, where symbols, songs, pictures, slogans and even greetings associated with the Hitler era can earn the offender a stiff fine or even a prison term. Of course the swastika was hardly unique to Third Reich Germany. Centuries before Hitler adopted it …