Author: Thomas J. Marcellus

About the IHR/Mermelstein Settlement

This article originally appeared in the IHR Newsletter shortly after the original settlement between the IHR and Mel Mermelstein. The terms of the settlement agreement are often misrepresented. – Greg Raven With so many wild rumors still being circulated about the IHR/Mermelstein settlement, we want to remind our readers that, contrary to what has gone…

Circuitous Suppression

“This group [the IHR] is more dangerous than the skinheads.”—Irv Rubin “Historians are dangerous people. They are capable of upsetting everything.”—Nikita S. Khruschev “The Holocaust was not a sacred event. It was a historical event and it should be open to routine, historical criticism.”—Bradley Smith Mr. Irving Rubin of Los Angeles leads a rag-tag association…

Percy L. Greaves, Jr., 1906-1984

Veteran Pearl Harbor revisionist and IHR Editorial Advisory Committee member Percy L. Greaves, Jr., died of cancer on 13 August 1984, 11 days short of what would have been his 78th birthday. A highlight of Mr. Greaves’s long and distinguished career in both the private and public sectors was his service as Chief of Minority…

A Note From The Editor

Placing his career and personal safety on the line, Dr. Robert Faurisson of France has pursued the forbidden facts whose time have come. His research has been brought to light in the U.S., of course, via The Journal of Historical Review. In Europe, though, his views are gaining broader notoriety as a result of a…

A Note From The Editor

The issue you now hold in your hands marks the beginning of our third year of continuous on-time publication of The Journal of Historical Review – an accomplishment of no small magnitude considering the incessant and sundry counter-efforts of the forcefully disagreeable. You may notice that many of the pages herein have been set in…

A Note From The Editor

With the recent (second) fire-bombing of the IHR offices, one could say that this – our first 128 page Journal of Historical Review – has been launched with a real bang! Our gain is substantial and lasting. That of the “Jewish Defenders” was but a moment of typical destructive glee. How invidious the minds must…

From the Editor

The fortieth anniversary last year of the Pearl Harbor disaster saw the publication within a short span of time of no less than three substantial books all claiming to shed important new fight on the subject. Only one of them really did-John Toland's Infamy. Percy L. Greaves, Jr. – an authority who knows probably more…

From the Editor

We're pleased to present in this issue three of the papers delivered at the IHR's 1982 Chicago Revisionist Conference. We begin with Dr. Wesserle's “Yalta: Fact or Fate?” which presents a concise characterization of the man we sent to Yalta and an analysis of what he did for his country there when not posing for…

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…

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