Issue: No. 40 (Feb.)
On the Holocaust Controversy
No. 40 ∙ www.Codoh.com ∙ February 1997
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- New Campus Project blitzkrieg – Student newspapers publishing address of holocaust revisionism's high-tech headquarters.
- Carlos Porter, sentenced in Germany, says "Nuts" from Belgium.
- SR bullet-in-briefs
- Major media turns its attention to Arthur Butz's Web page.
- Showdown in Cyberspace by Richard Widmann
- and more!
and now... our lead story!
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|Smith, B.||Carlos Porter, Sentenced in Germany, Says “Nuts” from Belgium||English||1997-02-01|
|Smith, B.||SR Bullet-in-Briefs||English||1997-02-01|
|Widmann, R.||Internet Roundup, Showdown in Cyberspace||English||1997-02-01|
|Smith, B.||The Tinbergen Archives—a Select Catalog||English||1997-02-01|
|Smith, B.||New Campus Project Blitzkrieg, Student Newspapers Publishing Address of Holocaust Revisionism's High-Tech Headquarters||English||1997-02-01|
|Smith, B.||Major Media Turns its Attention to Arthur Butz’s Web Page||English||1997-02-01|
|Smith, B.||Revisionism to the World!||English||1997-02-01|