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When he died on January 7 [1995] in New York, the city where he was born in 1926 and spent most of his life, Murray N. Rothbard was the foremost libertarian thinker and activist of his age. With his passing, the world of unfettered scholarship has suffered a terrible loss. …

Founded in 1978, the Institute for Historical Review (publisher of this Journal) is a not-for-profit research, educational and publishing center devoted to truth and accuracy in history. The IHR continues the tradition of historical revisionism pioneered by distinguished historians such as Harry Elmer Barnes, A. J. P. Taylor, Charles Tansill, …

In Austria, as in other European countries, the struggle for freedom of expression and historical truth continues – with victories as well as setbacks. In March 1992, a prominent Austrian engineer made headlines because he had written a detailed essay, “Holocaust: Belief and Facts,” that rejects key elements of the …

Concluding the tenth chapter of his novel Moravagine, the French poet, Blaise Cendrars, describes the social ferment that pervaded Tsarist Russia on the eve of revolution: "Everything was thrown out of kilter: institutions, family traditions, the notion of honor. A frantic loosening of all ties, which was mistaken for mysticism, …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell Gerd Honsik was sentenced to five years in prison by a Vienna court that found him guilty of "Wiederbetätigung"— "reengaging" in Nazi era beliefs. The crime is punishable by up to 20 years in prison. While living in Spain from …

Prosecutor Threatens Defense Witness A court in Switzerland has punished 47-year-old teacher Jürgen Graf and 78-year-old retired engineer Gerhard Förster with fines and prison terms for writing or publishing allegedly anti-Jewish books. A district court in the northern Swiss town of Baden on July 21 sentenced Graf, a leading Holocaust …

[Reprinted from the North Shore News, Oct. 9, 1994] To the Editor, The Province: The article you ran by Gordon Clark on Oct. 5 ("Holocaust just a story: Collins") was the grottiest piece of "Journalism" I have seen in a long time. And that's saying something. I did not deny …

This past April 13th, while I was traveling in Southern California, I received a phone call from my wife informing me that a friend of John Sack had called to inform us that John had passed away March 27th. This friend was going through John’s address book and calling those …

"Revisionism" is somewhat of a misnomer—or is incomplete in its implications, at any rate. The term denotes a process of correction through change—in this case, of the historical record. But in most of the cases published in this journal, it implies much more. It implies a correction of popular error, …

This is the moment to introduce Mr. Zan Overall, “The Wise Old Man.” Zan is working with me on the Cal State Northridge campus. Zan is a straightforward, out-front activist—never mind that he is 87 years old—who shows up at such venues as the Academy Awards ceremonies and the Stephen …

Gerhard Förster Gerhard Förster, a courageous Swiss publisher of revisionist books, died in his sleep during the night of September 22-23, 1998, in a home for the elderly in Baden, northern Switzerland. He was a co-defendant, with Jürgen Graf, in the “Holocaust denial” trial in Switzerland on July 16, 1998 …

The Press Council Decision [From the North Shore News, Oct. 22, 1995] Here's a shot from the battle front and the British Columbia Press Council decision that "in part" upholds the complaints made by my Jewish friend Lionel Kenner concerning a column I wrote two years ago. The piece was …

One of Germany’s best-known and most controversial historians, Hellmut Diwald, died on May 26, 1993. A skilled writer and an eloquent public speaker, he was not only one of his people’s most widely read historians, he was unquestionably one of the most gifted and courageous. No ivory tower academic, he …

On November 1, 2000, French historian and sociologist Serge Thion, 58 and a father of three, was dismissed from the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), without salary or severance pay. [Thion is the author of numerous scholarly articles and several books, including Vérité historique ou vérité politique?, a …

George Morgenstern, the author of the first Revisionist book about the December 7,1941 Pearl Harbor attack and the complex history which preceded and followed it, died in Denver, Colorado on July 23, 1988, in his 83rd year. Morgenstern's book, titled Pearl Harbor: The Story of the Secret War, published by …

Willis Carto is perhaps best known as the founder and director of Liberty Lobby, an organization based in Washington, DC that publishes a weekly tabloid paper, The Spotlight. Carto has also been affiliated with the Institute for Historical Review since its founding in 1978. As those who have attended recent …

A Spanish court has sentenced Pedro Varela, a Barcelona book dealer, to five years imprisonment for “incitement to racial hatred” and for “denying or justifying genocide.” The sentence, handed down on November 16, 1998, is Spain’s first conviction for “Holocaust denial.” It is based on the country’s 1995 anti-genocide and …

Pedro Varela in the aftermath of the attack on the Europa bookstore, January 16, 1999. In a victory for free speech in Europe, a high court in Spain has suspended a lower court conviction of a Barcelona book dealer for distributing publications that dispute Holocaust extermination claims. On November 16, …

In a new book that proves he would rather be right than President, Patrick J. Buchanan has provoked the most heated public discussion about World War II history in many years. In A Republic, Not an Empire: Reclaiming America's Destiny (Regnery), the well-known journalist, commentator and presidential candidate eloquently pleads …

1. Introduction Between 1947 and 1957 a little monthly journal was published in Buenos Aires under the title Der Weg - El Sendero (The Way). Language and readers were German, and the journal is of some historical interest since it was able to publish things in Argentina that certainly would …

Pre-emptive censorship is a nefarious but effective form of suppression that is as close as this issue’s editorial, in which Richard Widmann reports the peremptory expungement of Inconvenient History’s two bound annual books of our Website’s articles from the offerings of their erstwhile publisher, Lulu Publishing. Not only are our …

My first revisionist writings appeared in 1985. A few years later, I made an initial contact with the Institute of Historical Review. Russell was a most very ardent supporter of the IHR at that time. He was of Italian descent, but considering the anti-Italian atmosphere prevailing in the U.S. at …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell Chemical engineer Wolfgang Fröhlich has been jailed and threatened with ten years imprisonment for operating his World War Two revisionist website (once at http://www.c2.net/~bs-org/frohlich/frohlich.htm), according to information The Campaign for Radical Truth in History has received from [email protected] bs-org writes …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell Austrian author Gerd Honsik has been ordered to serve an 18 month sentence in Austria for the thoughtcrime of Holocaust denial. Honsik fled to Spain after being convicted on what amounts to a thoughtcrime 15 years ago. Honsik, who is …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell Austrian Revisionist publisher Gerd Honsik has been sentenced to 18 months imprisonment for 14 breaches of a law against "neo-Nazi" activities that makes it a crime to deny crimes allegedly committed by the Hitler regime. Honsik, 51, had written in …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell A professor of history was put on trial for having written a book that calls into question the theory that the Nazis had developed a systematic plan to exterminate the Jews of Europe. Dariusz Ratajczak, 37, argued that he was …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell A Swiss court on Monday gave a one-year prison sentence to a 79 year old Holocaust revisionist for having argued that the Nazis did not use gas chambers for mass murder and for having said that the extermination of 6 …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell Dariusz Ratajczak, a Polish history professor was fired by his university. In addition, he was banned from teaching elsewhere for writing and publishing the book Dangerous Themes. This book asserts that Nazi Germany did not have a comprehensive plan for …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell The Swiss government is trying a 79 year old man for stating that he no longer believes in the lurid tales of the Nazi gas chambers of the Second World War. Gaston-Armand Amaudruz is charged with racial discrimination. The trial …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell An overflow crowd packed a July 25 hearing of the British Columbia Press Council to back a North Shore News columnist in a hearing into a complaint by retired Simon Fraser University professor Lionel Kenner about five columns Collins wrote …

Doug Collins was born 81 years ago in the United Kingdom. In 1939, with the outbreak of the Second World War, he volunteered for the British Army and, while serving as an infantry sergeant (at 19, the youngest in his regiment), was captured by the Germans at Dunkirk in 1940. …

The thing about Audrey is that she was passionate and honest and available. The first time I spoke to her on the telephone I understood how available she was. It was in the tone of her voice, her openness, her enthusiasm. She was there. All the way. The next day …

For saying 6-million didn't die. How did an extremist B.C. Columnist end up a martyr? "Give me a break." Peter Speck is pacing briskly between a window and couch in his office at the North Shore News, self-described "Voice of North and West Vancouver since 1969." The paper that Speck …

Most of you will not recognize my name, but you may recognize my work. I have recently taken on the role of Webmaster for the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust's Website, actually not the entire Website, but rather the part known as the CODOH Revisionist Library. For some …

I | II | III | IV I. Getting set to slay censorship by Doug Collins [May 12, 1997, North Shore News] Tomorrow, your man Doug and this gutsy newspaper go into the history books as the first in Canada to face a "human rights" tribunal. The first in journalism, …

In the last issue of SR I asked what you thought about making McCalden's papers available to the public, noting that in his writing he was often wrong and cruel. With the exception of a handful of you, all who responded suggested that the materials should be made available to …