Issue: No. 9

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CODOH Series · No. 9 · January 2002

Israel, Zionism, and the Racial Double Standard
Paul Grubach

Convergence of Evidence, Reflections on the Irving/Lipstadt Affair
Paul Grubach

Bradley Smith, His Publications, and the Charge of Extremism, A Revisionist Response to the Anti-Defamation League
Paul Grubach

In Defense of Holocaust Revisionism, A Response to Shermer and Grobman's "Denying History". A Review
Paul Grubach

The Palestinians are Doing it all Wrong
Bradley Smith

It's the Water, Stupid
Ralph Marquardt

Israel's Diminishing Options
George Brewer

The Holocaust Happened
Richard Widmann

The Chilean Document
John Weir



Denying History: Who Says The Holocaust Never Happened And Why Do They Say It? by Michael Shermer and Alex Grobman; forward by Arthur Hertzberg. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000. Clothbound, 312 pages, $27.50, Hb., ISBN 0-520-21612-1 In the annals of anti-revisionist literature, this book occupies an important position, for …

Everyone with a heart in his breast sympathizes with the Palestinian people in their struggle against Israeli power, influence and brutality. At the same time, the Palestinian resistance has become a mirror image of the brutality they protest – less powerful, less influential, less brutal in the sense that they …

In recent days, since the horrible pizzeria bombing in Jerusalem, in which 15 Jews were murdered, dozens more injured, and one deluded Palestinian, there has been a rising chorus among American journalists that Israel must retaliate in a drastic manner to put an end to these crazy suicide bombings by …

The recent spate of suicide bombings in Israel has created ferment among those writers who labor under the conceit that nations take direction as a result of their scribbling. The cacophonous chorus of jeremiad journalists, mostly found in the pages of the Washington Post, and with the honorable exception of …

In January 2004, yet another memorial is due to open to commemorate the Holocaust. This memorial, a huge abstract affair, is to be constructed near Berlin's famous historic landmark, the Brandenburg Gate. Although 50 million marks have been promised by the German government to cover the building costs of the …

According to recent press reports, a newly declassified government document shows "U.S. intelligence officials knew about Nazi Germany's plan to eradicate the Jews early in World War II." The document at the center of this revelation is a Chilean diplomatic document dated Nov. 24, 1941 and obtained by the U.S. …

By Paul Grubach I Austrian political leader Jörg Haider favors a virtual ban on immigration into his nation, and he campaigned against the European Union’s eastward expansion out of fear that migrants will flood into Austria, the end result being (so he believes) the disruption of Austrian culture. This is …

In winter-spring of 2000, British historian David Irving brought a libel suit against American author Deborah Lipstadt and her publisher, Penguin Books, in the High Court in London, claiming that he was libeled in her anti-revisionist tome, Denying the Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory. Lipstadt and company’s …