Author: Vincent Reynouard

Vincent Reynouard, born in 1969, is a French historian specializing in the Second World War who has been punished for violating France’s controversial “Gayssot” law by expressing dissident views about Twentieth-Century history. Reynouard studied in Caen, Normandy, and graduated as a chemical engineer. He then taught mathematics at professional secondary schools. However, in 1997 he was fired for political reasons by the French Education Minister, after the discovery of revisionist texts on the hard disk of the computer which he used at school. Since then Reynouard has survived on his writings as a historian. He is the author of several dozen essays or brochures on diverse subjects, mostly dealing with World War II. He is the author of a book about the Oradour-sur-Glane “massacre,” a clash in a French village in June 1944 between German SS troops and French Resistance fighters, in which 640 civilians died. Reynouard eventually emigrated to Great Britain, where he was arrested in late 2022 based on a French European-wide arrest warrant. After more than a year in prison while fighting his extradition, he was extradided to France in early 2024. He was released on bail shortly afterwards, awaiting further criminal proceedings for his activities while in Britain.

Vincent Reynouard presents Alison Chabloz – Jewish Censorship Tactics ( Video )

As a follow-up to my previous blog post, please find below the link to a new video. Produced by Vincent Reynouard, this is a Franco-British collaboration intended to further expose the Zionist lobby's aggressive hounding of its critics.  Many thanks to all for your ongoing support. Musical wishes, Alison.    

A Decisive Encounter

Wednesday 9 July 2008. I don’t believe in chance. I think all of us are born with potentials that wait for the right moment to reveal themselves (at least if we’re willing to let them). I’m often asked how the boy I was, born in a very good family (my father, a doctor, was also…

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