Author: Richard A. Widmann

Richard A. Widmann is the author of many revisionist articles and reviews including "How Fahrenheit 451 Trends Threaten Intellectual Freedom." Mr. Widmann has been published in Christian News, The Journal of Historical Review, The Last Ditch, The Revisionist, Smith's Report, and Vierteljahreschefte für freie Geschichtsforschung. He is the editor of Inconvenient History.

Bradley R. Smith in Memoriam

CODOH's official series of obituaries for our founder Bradley R. Smith, introduced with a brief biographic overview by Richard A. Widmann.

Samuel Crowell: In Memoriam!

I learned of the passing of Samuel Crowell as I have learned of the passing of several friends over the past year—via email. I had been away for the day but decided to check my messages prior to retiring for the evening. There were several stacked up regarding my late friend; the subject of the…

The Temperature at which Books Burn

" Amazon joins the ranks of book burners For twenty years, I have been commenting on how the themes and plot of Ray Bradbury’s dystopian tale of book-burning Fahrenheit 451 are coming to pass. My initial article on this subject was entitled, “How Fahrenheit 451 Trends Threaten Intellectual Freedom.”[1] My friend, Bradley Smith initially published…

The Temperature at which Books Burn

By Richard A. Widmann. For twenty years, I have been commenting on how the themes and plot of Ray Bradbury’s dystopian tale of book-burning Fahrenheit 451 are coming to pass. My initial article on this subject was entitled, “How Fahrenheit 451 Trends Threaten Intellectual Freedom.”[1] My friend Bradley Smith initially published it on the original…

Inconvenient History Vol. 8 is now available!

By Richard A. Widmann. NOW AVAILABLE! The softbound edition of Inconvenient History Volume VIII is now available! Our eighth softbound annual contains 412 pages of revisionist scholarship that blasts the historical blackout and reveals the inconvenient truth of these matters. Inconvenient History Volume VIII contains all the content from our 4 issues from 2016. You…

The Battle for Discussion

Deborah Lipstadt has recently become newsworthy again as a result of the release of the movie Denial that tells the tale of David Irving’s defamation lawsuit against her and Penguin books.  The movie, which flopped at the box office, purports to tell how David Irving charged Lipstadt with libel for calling him a “Holocaust denier”…

The Ideal of Intellectual Freedom

The recent passing of my friend Bradley Smith this past February stirred many memories of the work that we did together.[1] While we met face-to-face only once, we shared many hundreds (thousands?) of emails and countless phone calls. One project that we enthusiastically worked on together led ultimately to the creation of Inconvenient History in…

Bradley R. Smith

Bradley R. Smith was born into a working-class family in South Central Los Angeles on February 18, 1930, where the family remained until 1970. He was a good student on occasion, but was more interested in horses than education. At 18, he joined the army, and in 1951 served in the 7th Cavalry in Korea,…

Remembering Bradley R. Smith

On Thursday evening, 18 February 2016, I glanced at my email on my phone. The subject of a newly received message struck me like a lightning bolt. “Bradley RIP” was all it said. It wasn’t that it was entirely unexpected. Bradley had been ill for many years, fighting off heart ailments, cancer, and even a bullet…

Inconvenient History Vol. 7 is Now Available!

By Richard A. Widmann. The softbound edition of Inconvenient History Volume VII is now available! Our seventh softbound annual contains 536 pages of cutting-edge scholarship that topples misleading myths of contemporary history by revealing the inconvenient truth of these matters. Inconvenient History Volume VII contains all the content from our 4 issues from 2015. You…

Remembering Bradley R. Smith

On Thursday evening, 18 February 2016, I glanced at my email on my phone. The subject of a newly received message struck me like a lightning bolt. “Bradley RIP” was all it said. It wasn’t that it was entirely unexpected. Bradley had been ill for many years, fighting off heart ailments, cancer, and even a…

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