Orthodoxy Criticized

Critique and counter-critique is one of the hallmarks of a scholarly attitude, so it goes without saying that revisionists are taking their opponents’ arguments and responses seriously. Hence, this section addresses the theses of several orthodox scholars on the Holocaust which have evoked revisionist responses. Although most orthodox scholars insist that revisionist arguments are not even worth looking at, a number of them have in fact breached the taboo and have not only looked at revisionist arguments, but have actually deigned to criticize them in one way or other. The revisionist responses and rebuttals can be found here as well.

Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers

In 2017, a German publishing company asked me to contribute a thorough introduction to a reprint edition of Jean-Claude Pressac’s 1989 book of the same title. Unfortunately, this German publisher went out of business in late 2018, so no such reprint ever appeared. My introduction is still valuable, though; hence I published it in January…

“Magda Goebbels”… in the Yad Vashem Database

Abstract This paper demonstrates with an example that the number of Holocaust victims claimed to be in the victims’ database of the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem cannot be trusted, because anyone can place any number of false entries into that database! In this case, the fictitious person with data related to famous National-Socialist…

I precursori del revisionismo

In Inghilterra è uscito di recente un libro che pretende di regolare i conti con il revisionismo dell’Olocausto. L’autore del libro è un certo Joe Mulhall. Il libro si intitola: British Fascism After the Holocaust: From the Birth of Denial to the Notting Hill Riots 1939-1958. Lo scopo del libro è quello di dimostrare due…

Critique of the Matt Cockerill vs. Thomas Dalton Debate, Part 5

Matt Cockerill and Thomas Dalton had a debate on the Holocaust which can be found at https://codoh.com/library/document/history-speaks-debates-thomas-dalton/. This article documents that there was no written order from Hitler to exterminate the Jews, and why other speeches and writings from German leaders do not indicate a German policy of genocide against Jews.

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