Issue: No. 31 (Apr.)


On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 30 ∙ ∙ March 1996

Serving the Revisionist Community since 1990

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  • Irving Censorship Furor; CODOH Website leads in Publicizing Banned Goebbels Bio
  • The Campus Project at Pierce College, University of Puget Sound and Washington State
  • Hillel takes "steps" with CODOH ad at Cornell University
  • Editors at 75 college newspapers receive first Internet mailing from CODOH
  • Patrick Buchanan: a revisionist candidate fro president?
  • Jewish Defense League asks to become part of CODOH Website, etc., etc.
  • The World Wide Web: What is it and why is it important to Revisionism?
  • Blessed are (some of ) the peacemakers
  • Smith's Report to promote increased readership
  • and more

and now... our lead story!

Cowed by a furious campaign organized by Jewish censorship groups, St. Martin's Press has knuckled under and canceled publication of David Irving's Goebbels: Mastermind of the Third Reich. Ironically, CODOH's Website, by posting Irving's introduction to the biography, played a key role in alerting the censors to the planned book. …

In January I received an email message from a Pierce College (Tacoma WA) student who had found the CODOH Website on the Internet. He wanted to help. I submitted an ad announcing that 46 Unanswered Questions About the World War II Gas Chambers are available free on the Internet to …

Elie Wiesel, world leader of the S. S. (Sensitive Survivors), has found a new cause. Rummaging among the victims of Hitler's regime, he's come up with Carl von Ossietzky, Weimar leftist and "pacifist" par excellence, who died in a Berlin hospital after several years in a German concentration camp. Wiesel …

From the beginning, in 1990, I've made it a practice to mail Smith's Report without charge to those who have donated help or money to CODOH, the Campus Project, and the other revisionist projects I have started and carried forth. To date SR has been read by the select few …

The Daily Sun at Cornell ran the 46 Unanswered Questions ad for five weeks in February and March. Cornell is the largest campus in the Ivy League. The Ivy League schools are arguably the most influential in America. On 19 February the Sun ran a defensive editorial saying the ad …

Do you want to see something of what we are publishing “electronically” on the CODOH Website? Following are representative articles and excerpts from books produced by writers and scholars around the world, working usually in great personal isolation, oftentimes under threat from the State, and with little hope of financial …