No. 1

Vol. 12, No. 1 · · 2020

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.

Book Announcements

Eternal Strangers Authored by Thomas Dalton Thomas Dalton, Eternal Strangers: Critical Views of Jews and Judaism through the Ages, Castle Hill Publishers, Uckfield, 2020, 172 pages, 6”×9” paperback, biblio­graphy, index, ISBN 978-1-59148-230-7. Available from Armreg Ltd at See the book excerpt in this issue. It is common knowledge that Jews have been disliked for…

Friedrich Paul Berg, R.I.P.

In the first half of 1991, after I had realized that the Holocaust topic is too large for one single person to cope, I started getting in touch with scholars around the globe who, as I was told or had otherwise learned, would be willing and able to contribute to a major effort of compiling…

Eternal Strangers

With the permission of Castle Hill, Inconvenient History prints in this issue, without further ado, the Part One of Thomas Dalton’s newest tome, Eternal Strangers: Critical Views of Jews and Judaism through the Ages. The book can be purchased in print and eBook from Armreg Ltd at For a more-detailed description, see the book…

Eyewitness Testimony to the Genocide of European Jewry

Inevitably when anyone questions the genocide of European Jewry, eyewitness testimony is raised as proof that the genocide happened. This article shows that the eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust story have proved to be extremely unreliable and ineffective in proving its validity. Trial Testimony John Demjanjuk, a naturalized American citizen, was accused by eyewitnesses of…

Editorial Change

After some negotiations, John Wear has agreed to help out with running Inconvenient History. Right, now, this seems to materialize in such a way that almost all contributions are written by him. This is not sustainable in the long run, as such a monoculture is not only dangerous. It will inevitably lead to an early…

American Witnesses to the American and French POW Camps after World War II

James Bacque in his book Other Losses writes that approximately 1 million German prisoners of war (POWs) died in American and French camps after World War II. One critic of this book asks: “How could the bodies disappear without one soldier’s coming forward in nearly 50 years to relieve his conscience?” The answer to this question is that numerous soldiers have come forward to witness the atrocious death rate in the American and French POW camps after World War II. This article documents the testimony of American soldiers who witnessed the lethal nature of these camps.

Niels Bohr: Both Sides, Now … or Never

Niels Bohr was a great physicist who was universally admired and respected by his peers. Bohr made pioneering contributions to the understanding of atomic structure and quantum physics. Bohr also conceived the philosophical principle of complementarity, which he said applied to all important questions including physics. This article shows that, unfortunately, Bohr failed to apply his complementarity principle to understanding the origins and aftermath of World War II.

Did German Homicidal Gas Chambers Exist?

A relative of a prominent Holocaust revisionist recently said that the argument Holocaust supporters fear most is “the physical, chemical, topographical, architectural, and documentary evidence of the impossibility of the homicidal gas chamber.” She writes, “And, believe me, the only thing they fear is that people may learn that there were no homicidal gas chambers, and that Jews have lied about that particular point.” This article discusses some of the evidence proving that there were no homicidal gas chambers in any of the German camps during World War II.

Sigmund Freud: Scientific Trailblazer or Huckster?

Sigismund (Sigmund) Schlomo Freud (1856-1939) has been rated as the sixth-most-influential scientist in world history. Medical historian Elizabeth M. Thornton writes: “Probably no single individual has had a more profound effect on 20th-Century thought than Sigmund Freud.” This article examines whether Freud deserves such notoriety—or perhaps its opposite.

Were the 1945 Allied Bombings of Dresden Militarily Justified?

Numerous historians have argued that Dresden was a legitimate military target because it was one of the greatest commercial and transportation centers in Germany. Other historians state that the Dresden bombings resulted in needless civilian deaths that were not necessary to advance the Allied cause. This article discusses whether the Dresden bombings were militarily justified.

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