Issue: No. 37 (Nov.)

SMITH’S REPORT

On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 37 ∙ www.Codoh.com ∙ November 1996

Serving the Revisionist Community since 1990

This report informs you of what I am doing personally to promote open debate on the Holocaust story. It does not attempt to monitor the Revisionist movement. Smith's Report is published six times a year and is sent free to those of you who help me with contributions, clippings or in other ways. It isn't possible for me to do this work effectively without your help.

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Contents

  • Bad news, good news: how revisionism and revisionists stand today
  • "Censoring Irving would make the Nazis proud"
  • CODOH friends bring revisionism to pages of prominent D.C. Mideast journal
  • A small revisionist typhoon hovers over Japan by Aiji Kimura
  • Roger Garaudy and Abbe Pierre take a few "steps back" by Robert Faurisson
  • Revisionist assault from the air on Birkenau and other camps!
  • and more!

and now... our lead story!

If any single contributions of this issue are available as html documents, they will be listed below.

You can also download the entire issue as a PDF file here.



Holocaust Education. September 26: on the Canadian prairie, an obscure former high school teacher, James Keegstra, is sentenced to a year in prison (suspended) – for introducing his students to a different side of the Holocaust question nearly 20 years ago. October 22: in Paris an attorney, Eric Delcroix, is …

When I saw the above headline to an opinion piece in the free press, a University of Chicago student monthly tabloid, my attention became fixed. Written by one Orloff Potemkin, it was the only such piece I had (or have) seen from the campus press. The columnist was not identified …

While French intellectual Roger Garaudy was bringing the case for Holocaust revisionism to Arab audiences, American revisionists—with supporters and friends of the Committee on Open Debate of the Holocaust in the lead—have been debunking the Holocaust myth in the pages of a leading proponent of an even-handed U.S. policy in …

Aiji Kimura is a free-lance journalist who formerly worked for the Japan Television Company. He has shown great energy in researching and bringing the revisionist case against the establishment Holocaust story to his fellow Japanese. He sends this backgrounder on the rise of revisionism in Japan, and thanks us for …

SR’s October issue is excellent. Unfortunately, as for the good article on Garaudy and Abbé Pierre, some rectifications are necessary. The two men recanted more or less. The book that Garaudy sells now as a “Samizdat” is different from the first edition which was published by Pierre Guillaume and which …

(Widmann studied English and Statistics at major American universities. He is an occasional contributor to Smith's Report and is currently co-Webmaster of CODOHWeb.) A major event for revisionism in the world of the Internet occurred in October. John Ball, author of Air Photo Evidence and The Ball Report, has brought …

In July I announced that Smith’s On-Line Review would be the first revisionist quarterly to appear on the Internet. It was to appear the first week in September. I couldn’t do it by deadline but I thought I was close so I announced that SOR was scheduled to appear by …

In SR36 I reported how, on the Internet, the Harvard Law Library is sponsoring what it calls “A Guide to Hate on the Net.” and has listed CODOHWeb as a “hate" site (it still doesn't list the JDL site as a hate site). I submitted an advertisement to the Harvard …

Correspondence. I have a pile of correspondence to attend to that's about a foot high. The truth of the matter is that, while I want to hear from you, and while I read every letter that crosses my desk, I am unable to answer your letters unless they pertain to …

Following is a partial list of the revisionist materials posted on CODOHWeb over the last 30 days, as well as a couple which were published earlier and have been of exceptional interest. If you’re on-line, you can download them at no cost. If you are not on-line, we make print-outs …