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The Institute for Historical Review now has its own Internet web site, www.ihr.org, which offers an impressive selection of material from the Institute for Historical Review, including dozens of IHR Journal articles and reviews. It also includes a listing of every item that has ever appeared in this Journal, enabling callers to quickly search for titles and authors. New items will be added as time permits
Journal associate editor Greg Raven maintains and operates the IHR site as its "webmaster." This new site succeeds the personal web site that Raven operated for four years. All IHR files that were on the old site have been transferred to the new one. Because it has its own "domain name," the new site it is more accessible than its predecessor.
Through the new IHR web site, revisionist scholarship is instantly available to millions of computer users worldwide, free of censorship by governments or powerful special interest groups. It can be reached 24 hours a day from around the globe through the World Wide Web (WWW), a multi-media Internet service.
In recent weeks the IHR web site has been receiving an average of some 800 "hits" or "visits" per day.
Because it is linked to several other revisionist (and anti-revisionist) web sites, visitors can easily access vast amounts of additional information.
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"This I hold to be the chief office of history, to rescue virtuous actions from the oblivion to which a want of records would consign them, and that men should feel a dread of being considered infamous in the opinions of posterity, from their depraved expressions and base actions."
—Tacitus, Roman historian
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|Title:||New IHR Internet Web Site Offers Easier Worldwide Access to Revisionism, Visit www.ihr.org|
|Sources:||The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 17, no. 3 (May/June 1998), p. 17|
|First posted on CODOH:||Jan. 16, 2013, 6 p.m.|