Arsonists attack Revisionist Publishers
"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death."
The offices of a major English publisher of revisionist materials were badly damaged in an arson attack today. Wilson Publishing and Historical Review Press, in Uckfield, East Sussex, was discovered in flames at 4.30am. There were no reported injuries in the blaze which destroyed the offices on an industrial estate.
A British police spokesman said, "We are investigating the incident at the moment. The premises were not occupied at the time."
On November 5, 1980, an arson attack destroyed the office, warehouse and printing plant of Historical Review Press. Damage during that attack was estimated at 50,000 pounds.
Adapted from Evening Standard 6th September 1996.
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|Title:||Arsonists attack Revisionist Publishers, ThoughtCrime: 09/06/96|
|Sources:||Evening Standard 6th September 1996|
|First posted on CODOH:||Sept. 4, 1996, 7 p.m.|