No. 1

Vol. 11, No. 1 · · 2019

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.

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Review of Auschwitz Forensically Examined

Cyrus Cox. Auschwitz—Forensically Examined. Castle Hill Publications, Uckfield, UK, 114 pp., £8/$10. Auschwitz—Forensically Examined by Cyrus Cox summarizes the forensic evidence proving that Auschwitz was not an extermination camp. This article will review some of the important points mentioned in this book. The Chemistry of Auschwitz Forensic tests show that all of the delousing facilities…

How Many Germans Died under RAF Bombs at Dresden in 1945?

Introduction The bombing of Dresden remains one of the deadliest and morally most-problematic raids of World War II. Three factors make the bombing of Dresden unique: 1) a huge firestorm developed that engulfed much of the city; 2) the firestorm engulfed a population swollen by refugees; and 3) defenses and shelters even for the original…

All the Justice Geld Can Buy: The Legal Demolition of David Irving

Background to David Irving’s Lawsuit David Irving was viciously smeared by the media after his testimony at the 1988 Ernst Zündel false-news trial in Canada. Irving’s books disappeared from many bookshops, he sustained huge financial losses, and he was ultimately labeled as a “Holocaust denier”.[1] The harassment campaign against David Irving included numerous arrests in…

Why Germany Invaded Poland

Establishment historians characterize Germany’s invasion of Poland as an unprovoked act of aggression designed to fulfill Adolf Hitler’s desire for Lebensraum. This article will show, however, that Poland’s atrocities against its German minority forced Germany’s invasion of Poland.

Medical Experimentation at Dachau

The onset and escalation of World War II provided the rationale for most of Germany’s illegal human medical experimentation. Animal experimentation was known to be a poor substitute for experiments on humans. Since only analogous inferences could be drawn from animal experiments, the use of human experimentation during the war was deemed necessary to help…

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