Issue: No. 2

The Revisionist, No. 2, Jan. 2000

CODOH Series · No. 2 · January 2000

Going After Pat Buchanan: Americanism and Anti-Semitism

What do you call a man who puts America's interests first, saved a man from the gallows, and defends Charles Lindbergh? Some call him "Anti-Semite."

How "Farenheit 451" Trends Threaten Intellectual Freedom

In the Middle Ages, we burned books and witches. We enjoyed it. We've come a long way from those days - haven't we?

A Challenge from the USHMM: A Revisionist Response, Part 2

This taxpayer funded extravaganza focuses on one tragedy, dismisses and distorts others, and displays a bomb shelter door claiming it's the door to a "gas chamber." Why?

The Greatest Error of the Twentieth Century

If World War Two had to happen because of World War One, what happens if we find out that World War One was a mistake? Who do we get to blame then?

Reviews, Comment, Letters



The core of the Holocaust story is the assertion that the Nazis massacred millions of Jews in gas chambers, then disposed of their bodies in crematoria. While no one disputes the existence of concentration camps or that the bodies of dead inmates were cremated, revisionists do dispute the claim that …

A team of government ministers and Jewish community leaders recommended in October that the British government designate a national "Holocaust Remembrance Day" to be celebrated on the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp. The purpose of such a memorial — it said — would be to prevent such …

The American media has recently reported that the US government has just discovered its complicity in the looting of wealth in Germany after the end of World War Two. The specific case involves the "Gold Train" — actually two trains-- that contained the wealth and especially gold of Hungarian Jews …

The ADL is consistent: it will always argue against a free press when the Holocaust controversy is being addressed. One of its routines is to use the—let's put this as carefully as we can—transparently stupid comparison of revisionist theory to the ADL's "hypothetical" paper arguing that Black slavery did not …

The Anti-Defamation League is anything but lazy. Every month or so they come up with some new campaign to show that they are on the side of the oppressed, the insulted, the injured. Of course, when the ADL was first formed in 1913, after the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and lynching …

Currently there are renewed demands, largely by some ethnic groups in the United States, to get the Federal Republic of Germany's private sector to pay compensation to an unknown number of individuals who were forced into labor during World War Two. The current German offer of three and a half …

As England slouches towards the European Union, it yet heeds the bidding of the Union's falconer, Germany. Unfortunately, while Germany's success in most spheres over the past fifty years has been unrivaled, there is still some continuity with a more intolerant past. In a recent move, spawned by the ubiquitous …

The publication of Pat Buchanan's book, A Republic, Not an Empire, coming with Buchanan's departure from the Republican Party in order to seek the presidential nomination of the Reform Party, has created the opportunity for Buchanan's critics to come crawling out of the woodwork with the usual arguments concerning the …

The Pity of War, Niall Ferguson, New York: Basic Books, 1999 Anyone whose study of history has ever gone beyond a school textbook or The History Channel will know that the normal discussion of wars and other upheavals are wide open among historians. It is routine when studying wars and …

In 1952, Harry Elmer Barnes wrote a timely article, "How 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' Trends Threaten American Peace, Freedom, and Prosperity" as the final chapter of the classic revisionist anthology, Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace. Barnes analyzed George Orwell's classic novel as a work of prophecy and sounded the alarm to reverse …