Author: Brian A. Renk

Convergence or Divergence?

Brian Renk was born in Canada in 1964. He studied at Selkirk College and the University of British Columbia (Vancouver) with a special interest in history and philosophy. He is currently a professional consultant in the masonry industry. In 1999, 2000 and 2001 he addressed David Irving’s “Real History” conference in Cincinnati. At the 2001…

Some Preliminary Observations on the Charles D. Provan booklet “No Holes? No Holocaust?”

The Provan booklet provides us with a wealth of interesting information regarding the alleged “Zyklon-B introduction holes” in the roof of Leichenkeller I. Mr. Provan has also drawn a number of contentious conclusions from the material evidence which he has presented as proof of the wartime existence of such holes. I would like to draw…

Additional Comments on the Provan booklet “No Holes? No Holocaust?”

The Provan study provides for us much more than a telling material study of the concrete ruins of Leichenkeller I of Krematorium II. It is also a valuable compendium of what can only be described as untrustworthy witness descriptions of the necessary “Zyklon B introduction holes” and of the questionable photographic presentations thereof. I. Wartime…

Christopher Browning: The State of the Evidence For the “Final Solution'

(Lecture presentation at the Conference on Real History, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 26, 1999) Ladies and Gentlemen, Christopher Browning is internationally regarded as one of America's leading Holocaust historians by his peers, the academic establishment, the media, and, often times, in court rooms around the Western World, where he has been summoned as an expert witness…

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