Issue: No. 13 (Jan./Feb.)

SMITH’S REPORT

On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 13 · www.Codoh.com · January/February 1993

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I understand perfectly well that the Hitlerian regime was anti-Semitic and that it persecuted Jews and others. I understand that many peoples experienced unfathomable catastrophes in Europe during World War II. The catastrophe of the Jews was one among them. Nevertheless. I no longer believe that there was a plan …

On 19 February, after rejecting three separate advertisements from CODOH, the Daily Texan, the student newspaper of the University of Texas (Austin), published a half­page "Open Letter to the Daily Texan" by David Cole. The young Jewish revisionist's letter, written in a direct response to the Daily Texan's Orwellian refusal …

SPIEGELMAUS Gay old revisionist dog barking his heart out for free speech Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It's Spiegelmaus, rodent extraordinaire! One morning while I was working at the computer, I was surprised to see a batch of cartoons was coming out of my fax machine. …

The last couple days David and I have been interviewed for the U. Texas radio station. The Houston Chronicle has published an interview with me, and the Dallas Morning News has run an article on the Texas fracas. David gave a long interview to the Daily Texan. A high school …

The Eagle is the student newspaper at American University, a private institution in Washington. The Eagle, a weekly, has a circulation of 10,000. In the 28 January issue we ran a one-column, four-inch advertisement for Arthur Butz's Hoax of the Twentieth Century. I paid up front for the ad to …

When Robert Faurisson received the advertising marerials for the videotape "David Cole Interviews Dr. Franciszek Piper," he was somewhat dismayed to find that they did not give credit to the decades of work that revisionist scholars and researchers had done on the Auschwitz "gas chambers," and that our advertising materials …

Professor Faurisson's letter caused me to reflect again on how advertising, or any other piece of writing, is read from many different perspectives and understood in many different ways. And not only among revisionists either. The original advertising for our videotape, which we sent exclusively to people in the revisionist …

Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Errors, Inventions, etc. This is the heading under which my book, Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist, Part I is listed in the massive reference work Books in Print. Errors, inventions and whatever? Do I like that? I'm listed there along with Butz, Harwood, Rassinier, Roques, Sanning and …