No. 3

Vol. 10, No. 3 · · 2018

Inconvenient History seeks to revive the true spirit of the historical revisionist movement; a movement that was established primarily to foster peace through an objective understanding of the causes of modern warfare.

To browse the contents of this issue, click on the individual papers listed below.

The Adolf Eichmann Trial

This video (52 minutes) shows one of the Hitler’s Henchman series (on Eichmann), and shows the contrast between the nonsense of the “Holocau$t” as presented to the public and the facts as shown in the article below. The Adolf Eichmann trial created hugely increased public awareness of the so-called Holocaust in Israel and worldwide.[1] Deborah…

American Jurists and Attorneys Opposing Injustice at Nuremberg

The Nuremberg and later trials were organized primarily for political purposes rather than to dispense impartial justice. This article will discuss the efforts of three American attorneys to expose and correct the injustice of these trials. Charles F. Wennerstrum Iowa Supreme Court Justice Charles F. Wennerstrum, who served as the presiding judge in the Nuremberg…

Eyewitnesses to the Treblinka “Gas Chambers”

Traditional Holocaust historians state that Treblinka was a pure extermination camp in which approximately 870,000 Jews were murdered. The number of Jewish survivors of Treblinka is generally thought to have been between 40 and 70, and probably closer to the lower figure. This article will examine the credibility of several Jewish survivors of Treblinka.

Robert Faurisson, 1929 – 2018

For the occasion of Robert Faurisson’s 75th birthday, in 2004, I wrote a little piece ( assessing his revisionist career. Now I must write his eulogy, but that 2004 piece can be considered part of this eulogy. There is nothing there to retract, leaving aside one objection he raised (message to me of Feb. 5,…

The Man in the Glass Cage

Probably the most-famous man-in-a-glass-cage in history was Adolf Eichmann, an ex-lieutenant colonel of National-Socialist Germany’s vaunted Schutzstaffel, better known as the SS. His 1961 Jerusalem trial for crimes alleged to have been committed outside Israel before the creation of the Israeli state was broadcast in near-real time over television, making it one of the first…

British Torture at Bad Nenndorf

Bad Nenndorf is a bathing resort in the fringe of the uplands of the River Weser’s watershed where people with joint ailments are treated with mud baths and soaks in sulfurous waters. On the grounds of the spa suffused with sulfur fumes stands a stately mud-bath house from the 19th Century. At the entrance, cure-seekers are greeted by the goddess Hygeia. Late in the 1920s, the bathhouse was extended into a massive complex with innumerable bathing huts.

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