Issue: No. 27 (Oct)

SMITH’S REPORT

On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 27 · www.Codoh.com · October 1995

Serving the Revisionist Community since 1990

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Friend: REVISIONIST VIDEOTAPE ON AUSCHWITZ IN HANDS OF NEARLY ALL FOREIGN LEADERS With the help of an Oregon supporter I mailed a copy of the Auschwitz video, “David Cole Interviews Dr. Franciszek Piper,” to the presidents, prime ministers and sundry tyrants who rule the governments in Eastern Europe and the …

This is the sort of thing we’re up against and one reason why it is so important for us to be on the Internet. The Nizkor Project (in Hebrew — "we will remember”) is only one of many sites on the World Wide Web that is posting massive amounts of …

In August I mailed queries to 20 important periodicals around the country offering the right to excerpt a section of the manuscript. Last week I received a letter from an editor at one of the really top magazines in the country saying yes, she wants to see it. She knows …

Following Hans Schmidt’s arrest in Germany for having committed a thought crime, Andrew Allen is pressing the German consulate for a position statement regarding which revisionist materials Americans can carry to Germany without the threat of being arrested. The consulate is referring us to Bonn. See the letter of Herr …

Again, as repeatedly stated in previous issues of SR, we know that we should let sleeping dogs lie and not open up old wounds. If I had a chance, I wouldn't publish the following article. But we are in the business of posting the contents of all issues of Smith's …

Charles Provan More on Pfannenstiel and Robert Faurisson. It isn’t exterminationists alone who have their reasons for wanting to control who is allowed to view and who is prohibited from viewing historical documents relating to holocaust studies. At the time I read Dr. Faurisson’s short 1986 analysis of the Pfannenstiel …

Last month a generous, practical and imaginative Indiana man offered to “match” contributions of $250 or more up to a total of $2,000, with the stipulation that his contribution go specifically toward retiring my most costly credit card balance. That was Discover Card, where my debt was $4,880. (The interest …

I read everything sent me but regretfully can not reply to that which is not of great immediate importance. All correspondence received is considered public domain unless specifically and plainly marked otherwise. If you do not want to be identified by name in SR, please say so in writing. Because …