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Lying about Hitler: History, Holocaust, and the David Irving Trial, by Richard J. Evans. New York: Basic Books, 2001. Hardcover. 318 pp. Doubtless one of the more memorable episodes from last year’s libel trial of David Irving v. Deborah Lipstadt was the lengthy clash between Irving, acting as his own …

Denying History: Who Says the Holocaust Didn’t Happen and Why Do They Say It? by Michael Shermer & Alex Grobman. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000. Hardcover. 312 pages. Bibliography. Index. For some years now Michael Shermer, an adjunct professor at Occidental College and the editor of Skeptic magazine, has …

The Abandonment of the Jews: America and the Holocaust by David S. Wyman. New York: Pantheon Books, 1984, 444pp, Hb, $19.95. Most of the important information assembled in this significant new book has already been presented and evaluated by others, most notably by Bernard Wasserstein, Martin Gilbert and Arthur Morse. …

At left: The door at the concentration camp Majdanek from which the USHMM made the replica which is now on display in Washington D.C.At right: The real function of the door and thousands more like it is shown in a widely distributed German ad for bomb-shelter doors and window covers, …

The Holocaust and the Historians, by Lucy S. Dawidowicz, Harvard University Press, 187pp, $15.00, ISBN 0-674-40566-8. "What, in sanctifying the Holocaust, do Jews not want to know about that grim era?"—(Quoted from "The Holocaust, and the Myth of the Past as History," The Journal of Historical Review, Winter 1980, Dr. …

Although scientifically untenable, it passed for a long time, in public thought, as an irrevocable truth that four million prisoners perished in the concentration camp Auschwitz.[1] When Fritjof Meyer, a leading editor of Germany's biggest news magazine Der Spiegel reduced the death toll of Auschwitz to a new record …

Yitzhak Arad's use of Gerstein Yitzhak Arad is the author of Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: The Operation Reinhard Death Camps (Indiana University Press 1987), which is arguably the standard work on the three Aktion Reinhardt 'death camps'. In this book Arad spends a short chapter on 'The Mission of Gerstein and …

In 1999, an article by Tregenza entitled "Bełżec – Das vergessene Lager des Holocaust" (Bełżec – The Forgotten Camp of the Holocaust) was published in a German anthology of academic writing on the Holocaust.[1] This article was later critiqued by Italian revisionist researcher and writer Carlo Mattogno in his …

In the Point-Counterpoint format that follows, comments from SWC are shown in bold type. Roger Bartlett's replies are shown in plain text. For further commentary, check out this link to z Notes, which discusses the Center's attempts to censor Net content and also discusses their finances. Responses to Revisionist …

Assassins of Memory: Essays on the Denial of the Holocaust, by Pierre Vidal-Naquet. Translated and with a foreword by Jeffrey Mehlman. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992. Hardcover. 205 (+ xxvi) pages. Notes. Index. ISBN: 0-231-07458-1. In no country has Holocaust revisionism gained greater ground than in France. Most of …

Under the ambitious headline “Lessons From the Holocaust,” the biweekly magazine of the John Birch Society recently tackled the emotion-laden Holocaust issue. Promoted as a front-cover feature, the nine-page article by senior editor William Norman Grigg is critical of Holocaust revisionism and the Institute for Historical Review. In response to …

More than two years ago – in an essay I wrote on September 22, 1993 – I said that one day organized Jewry eventually would be obliged to give up the lie about Nazi gas chambers, while at the same time still insisting that "the Holocaust" is an irrefutable truth. …

During recent years there have appeared from time to time new books on the Treblinka “death camp”. Compared with the vast number of Auschwitz-related publications, and considering the fact that according to the exterminationist point of view Treblinka claimed the second-highest number of victims among the six “death camps” (the …

Christian Gerlach's article, "Failure of Plans for an SS Extermination Camp in Mogilev, Byelorussia"[1] is a typical example of the historically baseless conclusions reached by Holocaust historians due to their technical ignorance, particularly in the field of crematory ovens and cremation. The article attempts to deduce an intention, on …

Why Did the Heavens not Darken? The 'Final Solution' in History, by Arno J. Mayer. New York: Pantheon, 1988, Hb., 492 pages, $27.95, ISBN 0-394-57154-1. In its May 1989 issue, Newsweek described (pp. 64-65) a "storm over a new book" devoted to "the extermination of the Jews" during the Second …

Why Did the Heavens not Darken? The 'Final Solution' in History, by Arno J. Mayer. New York: Pantheon, 1988, Hb., 492 pages, $27.95, ISBN 0-394-57154-1. In May of this year the general public learned, through an article by Tamar Jacoby in Newsweek, of the "venom of the accusations" being made …

Robert Faurisson is acknowledged as Europe's leading Holocaust Revisionist. He was educated at the Paris Sorbonne, and served as associate professor at the University of Lyon in France from 1974 until 1990. Dr. Faurisson has addressed several IHR conferences, and many of his numerous essays and reviews on the Holocaust …

The Holocaust and History: The Known, the Unknown, the Disputed, and the Reexamined, edited by Michael Berenbaum and Abraham J. Peck. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press (in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum [Washington, DC]), 1998. Hardcover. 851 pages (xv+836). Source references. Index. $65.00 Michael Berenbaum, co-editor …

Werner Maser, Fälschung, Dichtung und Wahrheit über Hitler und Stalin, Olzog, Munich 2004, cloth, 478 pp., €34.– The End of Clichés Did Hitler have Jewish ancestors? Was he a homosexual? Was he a carpet-biting psychopath? Was he an untalented postcard-painter during his youth? Or was he even a lazy good-for-nothing? …

John C. Zimmerman, “Fritjof Meyer and the number of Auschwitz victims: a critical analysis”, Journal of Genocide Research, 6(2) (2004), pp. 249–266. The controversy about the number of victims of the former German concentration camp Auschwitz, triggered in 2002 by senior editor Fritjof Meyer of Germany’s largest news magazine Der …

On August 28, 2002, Sven Felix Kellerhoff of the German daily newspaper Die Welt expressed his anger about the semi-revisionist theories of Fritjof Meyer, a leading editor of Germany’s largest news magazines Der Spiegel. In 2002, Meyer had published an article, in which he reduced the death toll of Auschwitz …

Banned as we are from “legitimate” fora such as “name” publishers, university faculties, and even (through the imposition of prejudicial “standards” of verification) from Wikipedia, we revisionists have been forced to take recourse in on-demand printing for our books and websites and blogs for our publications on the Internet. The …

Dr. Franciszek Piper has written the following letter to Target, a magazine published in New South Wales, Australia. If we’re tempted to poke fun at Dr. Piper’s English, we vow to stop and take a moment to reflect on how well we write Polish. Dr Franciszek Piper Panstwowe Muzeum 32-603 …

Shelly Shapiro is the harridan who directs the Holocaust Survivors & Friends Education Center in Albany, New York. She's led the attack against Boston gas-chamber expert Fred Leuchter, author of The Leuchter Report. Shapiro has worked to destroy Leuchter's livelihood and has tried to get him jailed, ostensibly for practicing …

In my book Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist, Part I, I noted that Elie Wiesel claims "there is eyewitness evidence" that, when the Germans executed some Soviet citizens at Babi Yar in Ukraine, the cadavers of those that were Jews, in a unique protest against their ill-treatment, "spurted geysers of …

The ADL is consistent: it will always argue against a free press when the Holocaust controversy is being addressed. One of its routines is to use the—let's put this as carefully as we can—transparently stupid comparison of revisionist theory to the ADL's "hypothetical" paper arguing that Black slavery did not …

In the recent British High Court libel action of historian David Irving against Deborah Lipstadt, one of the most interesting aspects of the trial was the debate about the famous "Schlegelberger Document." This March 1942, memorandum of State Secretary Franz Schlegelberger noted that Hitler's Chief of Chancellery, Dr. Hans Lammers, …

Florent Brayard, Comment l'idée vint à M. Rassinier. Naissance du révisionnisme. Préface by Pierre Vidal-Naquet, Paris, Fayard, 1996, 464 p., ISBN : 2-213-59507-0, 160 F ttc. Mr. Brayard is a lucky student. After his Master's degree dissertation at the University of Nancy II, he was awarded a prize at the …

In the spring of 2005 I learned that the editors of the neo-pagan-oriented Russian journal, Atenei, had invited Guillaume Faye, one of the French nationalist right’s chief thinkers, to Russia in order to participate in discussions about future collaboration along the lines of a pan-European Euronationalist movement ["mouvement identitaire pan-européen"]. …

"We are the shoes, we are the last witnesses."—caption attached to a photo of a heap of shoes by U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (See: http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v17/v17n5p29_Faurisson.html) It should come as no surprise to anyone over the age of twelve with an average intelligence that governments lie. Not just other governments, …

Concentration Camp Oswiecim-Brzezinka (Auschwitz-Birkenau) by Jan Sehn. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Prawnicze, 1961. Pp. 161, (2). With 42 illustrations black and white photographs, a number of facsimile letters and several plans, including a large folding map at the rear showing the location of camps in Germany and occupied countries. If one reads …

Michael Berenbaum's Op-Ed piece in the Los Angeles Times, "The Growing Assault the Truth of Absolute Evil" represents a wild and irrational attack on Holocaust revisionism with little logic and lots of overblown maledictions. Then tenor of the article is clearly shown by its title, which appends to Deborah Lipstadt's …

Assassins of Memory: Essays on the Denial of the Holocaust, by Pierre Vidal-Naquet, New York, Columbia University Press, 1992, 205 pp., $27.50. Regarding the alleged mass murder of European Jewry during WWII, two schools of thought have emerged. “Exterminationists” believe the German government carried out a policy of systematic extermination, …

The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda During World War II and the Holocaust, by Jeffrey Herf, Belknap Press, Cambridge, Mass., 2006, 416 pages. Dr. Jeffrey Herf, professor of history at the University of Maryland and a prominent student of German-Jewish issues, has written a very interesting book that examines anew the …