Issue: No. 24 (June/July)


On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 24 · · June/July 1995

Serving the Revisionist Community since 1990

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Friend: This issue of Smith’s Report, which you will note is on schedule, updates the progress of the Campus Project for the 1994 / 95 academic year, then turns to respond to an open letter addressed to me by Willis Carto, formerly with the Institute for Historical Review, which is …

Three more student newspapers have run the CODOH ad challenging the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to display evidence demonstrating the existence of homicidal gassing chambers or that at least one person was “gassed” as part of a State program of genocide. They include Oberlin College, Wittenberg University, and Middlesex Community …

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 …