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First full-text English translation of Heinrich Himmler’s important Posen speech now available from CODOH
Perhaps no wartime speech on German policy toward the Jews is as controversial as the one Heinrich Himmler, commandant of the SS, delivered at Posen in eastern Germany (now western Poland) on October 4, 1943. Exterminationists have extracted sentences (in often questionable renderings of the German) to prove Himmler was discussing the “Holocaust” policy in secret conclave with top Nazi leaders; meanwhile, revisionist scholars have differed on the significance and even the authenticity of the Himmler speech’s “Jewish” passages.
Now, for the first time, you can decide for yourself, thanks to professional translator and revisionist scholar Carlos Porter’s English translation of the lull text of the 113-page transcript of Himmler’s speech. Was this a “secret” blueprint for the Holocaust or a clandestine boast about a mighty massacre of the Jews? Just how large did the anti-Jewish measures loom in Himmler’s wide-ranging consideration of his SS’s ethos, duties, and war aims—only a half year after Stalingrad, just months after the Allied landings in Italy? Or is the speech a forgery after all? Whatever the answers, Himmler’s 4 October 1943 address at Posen is a fascinating document that must be confronted, and is well worth the effort. Order your copy today. 60pp. Spiral bound $25
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Porter & the German Court. Germany seeks to extend its internal suppression of free inquiry beyond its national borders. Carlos Porter isn’t having it. Includes translations of “The Order of Punishment” by Judge Zeilinger; Porter’s full, dramatic “Response” to the ruling; a courageous open letter of support from Danish Ph.D. Christian Lindtner, “Germany Violates the Freedom of Expression” 12pp. $10
The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics. Roger Garaudy. The book which caused an uproar in France by confronting Zionism and the Jewish Holocaust story head-on. Includes the open letter from Abbe Pierre to Garaudy of 15 April 96. 122pp. Spiral-bound. $35
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Katyn: How the Soviets Manufactured War Crime Documents for the Nuremberg Court. Translated by Carlos Porter. Not available elsewhere. 33pp. $10
The Holocaust Controversy: The Case for Open Debate. Bradley Smith. The most widely read revisionist essay ever published. This new printing contains our new address for CODOHWeb and a mug shot of myself. Eight panels. Sample copy your sase. 10 copies $2. 50 copies $5. 100 or more copies 8 cents each (all postpaid).
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|Author(s):||Bradley R. Smith|
|Title:||Revisionism to the World!|
|Sources:||Smith's Report, no. 40, February 1997, p. 8|
|First posted on CODOH:||Oct. 3, 2015, 6:06 a.m.|