Issue: No. 46 (Sep.)


On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 46 ∙ ∙ September 1997

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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  • CODOH Prepares to Hang High the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Worldscope on Revisionism and Revisionists
  • Speed is the Essence of the Internet
  • CODOHWeb Helping to Set the Record Straight on Zionism
  • and more!

and now... our lead story!

Working in tandem with independent American revisionist scholar Samuel Crowell, the Committee for Open Debate of the Holocaust has fired the first gun in a campaign to expose fake evidence of a homicidal Nazi gas chamber on prominent display at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D C. Samuel …

Greetings from old Mexico. We’re in Baja California, in Rosarito, and all is well, as these things go. The office is up and running. I’m completely re-wired; the telephone, the fax, computer, printer, answering machine, photocopier and my Telnor Internet connection, which appears to be very solid. I have a …

The latest issue of The Journal of Historical Review is a winner, featuring new research and new commentary from stellar JHR contributors from years past, plus encouraging news on Holocaust revisionism’s progress abroad Robert Faurisson with a new “primer” on Auschwitz, and his views on the Roger Garandy/Abbé Pierre affairs …

The great war theoretician Sun Tzu declared, “Speed is the essence of war.” Today it would be fair to paraphrase Sun Tzu and write, “Speed is the essence of the Internet.” Comparisons of the Internet to “super highways” abound in today’s news media. What is the point of such metaphors? …

Your letters are the one way I have of knowing what your reaction to each issue of SR is, good or bad. I am unable to respond to correspondence unless it is extremely urgent. I realize this makes it rather a one-way street. If you do not want your name …

Re shipping and fulfillment: You are going to be very happy to learn that I have found a way to get shipping and fulfillment out of my hands into those of a professional. I have contracted with a Visalia business office, CRS, to handle all mailing and order fulfillment—including problems …