Mark Weber was born in 1951 in Portland, Oregon, where he was also raised. He studied history at the University of Illinois (Chicago), the University of Munich (Germany), and Portland State University, from where he received a bachelor's degree in history (with high honors). He then did graduate work in history at Indiana University (Bloomington), where he served as a history instructor and received a Master's degree in European history. Since 1995 Weber has been director of the Institute for Historical Review, which until the early 2000s was a leading revisionist history educational center and publisher based in southern California. For nine years he was editor of the IHR's former Journal of Historical Review. He is the author of many articles, reviews and essays dealing with historical, political and social issues, which have appeared in a variety of periodicals, and in a range of languages. In 1988 he testified during the second Zündel trial in Toronto as a recognized expert witness on Germany's wartime Jewish policy and the Holocaust issue. When the IHR ceased publishing new revisionist material in 2002, Weber redirected his focused on being a guest on numerous radio talk shows.
This video from the 1990's is only memorabilia of what used to be able to be discussed on mainstream media. David Cole and Mark Weber appear on the Montel Williams Show to debate certain issues and various interesting unaddressed questions relating to the claims made about the Holocaust.
German-American Historian Mark Weber talks about the need for revisionism and the role it plays vis-a-vis dogmatic history "made" by the State.
There seems to be no end to the West's obsession with Nazism, Hitler and the Third Reich, says prominent British journalist Simon Jenkins. What's behind this? In spite of decades of hateful propaganda, this fascination seems to grow with time, and millions of people around the world even regard Hitler and the Third Reich positively. The dreaded "anti-Semite" label has been hurled so often and so recklessly in recent times that it's lost much of its impact. Two American scholars who've been viciously smeared as anti-Semites are Steven Walt and John Mearsheimer, authors of The Israel Lobby, an important book that shows how this powerful lobby sets US Middle East policy. In the four years since it was published, their point is now widely acknowledged as undeniably true. Gertrude Stein was an influential, "modernistic," twentieth-century Jewish-American writer. In spite of her background, in 1938 she nominated Hitler for the Nobel Peace Prize.
The portrayal of Hitler and his regime is GROTESQUELY unbalanced. Not only in the "mass media" but even in the supposedly "authoritative history books" and reference works about that era of history.