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Published: 1995-10-01
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With the help of an Oregon supporter I mailed a copy of the Auschwitz video, “David Cole Interviews Dr. Franciszek Piper,” to the presidents, prime ministers and sundry tyrants who rule the governments in Eastern Europe and the old Soviet Empire, the Moslem countries in the Mid-East, Africa and Asia, as well as government leaders in the Far East, Latin America and Africa.

Ph Dr. Jan Strasky, the Ministr Depravy of the Ceske republiky, has sent me a thank-you note for the video from Prague.

The postal services, if that is the right word for them, of Afghanistan and Liberia have returned the video with a sticker saying that the postal service is temporarily closed down.

In a (somewhat) related vein, the Yale Daily News has returned my last opinion piece to its editor marked “Refused. Return to sender.”


The Holocaust Center Newsletter, sponsored by the United Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh PA, reports that Slippery Rock University held a week long Holocaust Remembrance in April.

“Interesting to note was the speed at which Holocaust revisionist Bradley Smith was able to find out about this school’s plans and submit his infamous college newspaper Ad calling for a questioning of the Holocaust. As it is the schools policy to publish all Ads, they did so, however the student response in regards to this Ad were admirably intelligent and showed complete disagreement with his position.”

The ad the article refers to is “A Revisionist Challenge to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum”.


The Eccentric Monthly is a privately held tabloid published for an audience of 110,000 students, faculty and staff at five colleges in Western Virginia. The Eccentric is distributed free at Radford University (where there was a little turmoil when our ad ran there in April), Virginia Tech, Hollins College, Roanoke College, New River Community College and the surrounding community, all of which have now had the opportunity to read “A Revisionist Challenge to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.”


Hallelujah! The bloody thing is up there. It’s like a space station somewhere out in the cosmos. It has very little content, it’s commander has only a skeleton crew, and the station’s contact with earth is tenuous. This will begin to change over the next 30 days.

I thought about this Website for a year, read the relevant literature for six months, announced publicly I was going to get it up there, then I procrastinated, worried about all the technology that lies behind it until the time came when I had to just do it, like the advertisements for running shoes say, so I did it.

On top of that I’ve got the new Windows95 operating system, Eudora (e-mail system) and Netscape (the primary Internet research tool). That’s the basic technology. I don’t need any more. All it took to put it together was a consultant, several hundred dollars which was marked to go to creditors who will now have to wait for payment another month or longer, and the help of a couple computer-savvy friends.

The site is divided into four broad categories of interest, while each category is divided into specific articles or groups of articles: Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust, The Campus Project, Videos, Audios and Books For Sale, etc., and Smith vs. Real Life: the Personal Side. Those topics underlined (on the Web, rather than being underlined, they are a different color) have a little content which the viewer can call up now and read. The others are empty, waiting for their creator to breathe life into them.

Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust.

Statement of Purpose, Director's Page, ThoughtCrimes Archive, The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, The Nuremberg Trials, Zyklon B and Diesel Exhaust, Cranes Against Humanity, Book Reviews

The Campus Project.

Campus Update, The Press Responds, Zionism for Students, The Talmud for Students, "The Case for Open Debate on the Holocaust,” The "Human Soap Holocaust Myth,” "A Revisionist Challenge to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.”

Videos, Audios and Books for sale, etc.

On Auschwitz: "David Cole Interviews Dr. Franciszek Piper.” (I’ll do the ad for the Cole video first, then I’ll post the others.)

Smith vs. Real Life: The Personal Side

What Smith is Doing and Why. Smith’s Internet Journal, Break His Bones (excerpts), Smith’s Report (excerpts), Other writings

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Author(s) Bradley R. Smith
Title Campus Project
Sources Smith's Report, no. 27, October 1995, pp. 1f.
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Dates published: 1995-10-01, first posted on CODOH: Sept. 21, 2015, 4:53 a.m., last revision: n/a
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