Georges M. Theil

Georges (Marc Antoine) Theil is a French author born on August 1, 1940. His father was a member of the French resistance and died during the war in German captivity. He studied sciences at the Collège Stanislas in Paris, where he obtained a university diploma in Math, physics and chemistry. In the 1970s he acquainted himself with the work by Paul Rassinier, which confirmed his sentiment about the historiography of WWII and which launched him onto his revisionist endeavor. Due to the 1986 Roques affaire in France he dedicated himself to the propagation of historical accuracy in spite of the growing persecution. After having met Robert Faurisson several times, Georges became an enthusiastic disciple following hist teacher to various revisionist conferences in the USA between 1987 and 1990.

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Georges Theil and barrister Eric Delcroix before the judge in charge of implementation of sentences (Juge d'application des peines) in Grenoble on December 18, 2007 Today Georges Theil, accompanied by his barrister, Eric Delcroix, answered the summons of the "Juge d'application des peines" in Grenoble concerning Mr Theil's six month …

It's just become known that the metallic sign with the words "Arbeit Macht Frei", set above the gate of the main camp at Auschwitz, was stolen two days ago, under the blind eye — in the blackest night at 4 a.m., wouldn't you know! — of a surveillance camera. Straight …

What hadn’t we heard about the preparation of this conference, announced several months before! A bunch of deniers, motivated by the vilest intentions and sponsored by an Iranian president bent on the destruction of Israel, were to get together in Teheran to blurt out their hateful remarks, aiming at nothing …

Introduction In June of this year I first became aware of the persecution of French revisionist author and scholar Georges M. Theil through an Internet email notification. Theil was facing hefty financial penalties and even prison time for having written a slender autobiographical work in 2002. I began a personal …