Author: Thomas J. Marcellus

Correspondence

Dr. Howard Stein's letter of the 13th April (The Journal of Historical Review, Winter 1981) honors him and (pace Signor Maiolini) adds to the intellectual caliber of the great debate. To Stein's “tu quoque” in regard to sociobiology and in defense of psychohistory, I must ruefully concede (to change the language employed) “touché.” I am…

Correspondence

2 February 1981 Dear Editor: Having read Dr. Stein's article in the last (winter) issue of The JHR, I felt compelled to inform you, that, although the article was informative, I do hope that The Journal's trend will not be in that direction. One apology is quite sufficient, for to continue in that direction will…

Unanswered Correspondence

Christopher HitchensNew Statesman10 Great TurnstileLondon WCIV 7HJ England Dear Christopher Hitchens: 26 August 1980 If the New Statesman is not “part of Israel's media chorus” (NS 20 June 1980) then why is it that your paper refused to print letters from three distinguished Revisionist academics, after they were slandered in your tractate last November? Your…

Isolationists in the Cold War Era

Not to the Swift: The Old Isolationists in the Cold War Era, by Justus D. Doenecke, Bucknell University Press, Hardback, $17.50, ISBN 0-8387-1940-6. Justus D. Doenecke's book is a veritable gold-mine of information for the serious scholar of Revisionist historiography. Although lacking the minute detail of a similar work, James J. Martin's American Liberalism and…

The Holocaust and the Historians

The Holocaust and the Historians, by Lucy S. Dawidowicz, Harvard University Press, 187pp, $15.00, ISBN 0-674-40566-8. “What, in sanctifying the Holocaust, do Jews not want to know about that grim era?”—(Quoted from “The Holocaust, and the Myth of the Past as History,” The Journal of Historical Review, Winter 1980, Dr. Howard F. Stein) Mrs. Lucy…

Correspondence

MORE ON THE ROMANIAN JEWS In the last (Fall 1982) Journal of Historical Review, we ran in these columns a correspondence which attempted to clarify the losses of Romanian Jews during the war. We failed to include in that correspondence a final letter/circular by Dr. Andronescu without which the research data would appear to be…

Correspondence

MIRACLE AT MAJDANEK? The Majdanek “gas chambers” are no longer a mystery. Finally, after 3 talks with the Majdanek director, Mr. Edward Dziadosz, and the custos, Madam Henryka Telesz, it has at last been admitted that the “gas chambers” are not authentic. They were built and set in order after the war. Dziadosz informed us…

Letters to the Editor

11 September 1980 Dear Mr. Brandon, As a reader of five to twenty-five books a year (almost none of which are to be found in public libraries), historical Revisionism is the brightest star on my horizon! It is indeed sickening to see what comes out of our so-called “educational” system, and downright revolting to discover…

Genocide In The Holy Land

Genocide in the Holy Land by Rabbi Moshe Schonfeld is a worthy sequel to the same author's The Holocaust Victims Accuse. Rabbi Schonfeld presents a documented account of the destruction by the Zionists of Middle Eastern and North African Jewry. Although the book focuses on the plight of Yemenite Jews, there is also considerable material…

The Fascist Ego: A Political Biography Of Robert Brasillach

The Fascist Ego: A Political Biography Of Robert Brasillach, William R. Tucker, University of California Press, 341 pp. hardback $22.95. ISBN: 0-520-027108 Robert Brasillach, one of the most promising literary critics, novelists, poets and journalists of the thirties, was condemned in a French courtroom of collaboration with the Germans and was executed in 1945, despite…

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