No. 4

Vol. 13, No. 4 · · 2021

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 Announcement

The Cremation Furnaces of Auschwitz First German and Second English Edition Authored by Carlo Mattogno and Franco Deana Carlo Mattogno, Franco Deana, The Cremation Furnaces of Auschwitz: A Technical and Historical Study. 3 Parts, 2nd English and first German edition, Castle Hill Publishers, Uckfield, 2021, 6”×9” paperback. Subtitle Part 1: History and Technology, 498 pages,…

The Beneš Decrees

Introduction When Czechia was trying to become a full member of the European Union in the early 200s (it joined on May 1, 2004), representatives of German expellee organization demanded that Czechia first repeal the decrees issued after World War Two that allowed for the expulsion of all ethnic Germans from their homes in what…

100 Million Victims of Communism: Why?

Stéphane Courtois’s Black Book of Communism used to cause quite some headaches among leftists and liberals. To this day, we still don’t really know how to categorize the 100 million deaths of Communism, and whether any clear attribution of blame is appropriate or permissible. In the final chapter “Pourquoi? – Why?”, the editor Stéphane Courtois,…

Filip Müller’s False Testimony, Part 3

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 The following article was taken, with generous permission from Castle Hill Publishers, from Carlo Mattogno’s recently published study Sonderkom­mando Auschwitz I: Nine Eyewitness Testimonies Analyzed (Castle Hill Publishers, Uckfield, 2021; see the book announcements in Issue No. 2 of this volume of Inconvenient History). In this book,…

Brexit Nightmares

Some if not most people within populist and right-wing movements in Europe think it’s a good idea to leave the European Union and become a fully independent nation state once again. In a referendum on 23 June 2016, a narrow majority of voters in the UK agreed with that sentiment and decided to leave the…

Two Faces of Heroism: Wolfgang Fröhlich and Admiral Sir Tom Phillips

Ending a sad month for H&D, following the loss of our comrades John Bean and Ian Carser, we learned that the great Austrian revisionist – 70-year-old chemical engineer Wolfgang Fröhlich, who earlier this year was awarded the Robert Faurisson International Prize – has died. His longstanding comrade Franz Radl informs us: “As I was told he…

Dr. Sigmund Rascher’s Medical Experiments

Human medical experiments performed by German doctors during World War II are considered the worst atrocities in history, and they are said to have served no useful purpose. This article documents the medical experiments performed by one of Germany’s most infamous doctors: Dr. Sigmund Rascher, and shows that these experiments did produce useful medical information, and were no more criminal than many human medical experiments performed by U.S. doctors during and after World War II.

Whitewashing the Dachau Show Trials

The book Unsung Heroes of the Dachau Trials deals with the young Americans who were responsible for gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses, apprehending suspects and securing convictions in trials held at Dachau conducted by the U.S. Army after WWII. This article discusses some of the mistakes and misunderstandings made by the author and the members of the 7708 War Crimes Group interviewed in this book.

Jasenovac Unmasked

An obscure WW2 concentration camp in present-day Croatia by the name of Jasenovac, accounting for some 0.33% of the presumed Jewish death toll of 6 million, is by any reasonable accounting all but irrelevant to the Holocaust story. A three-year-old Croatian TV interview with historian and Croatian Jew Ivo Goldstein expounds on the “increasingly problematic” camp at Jasenovac, decrying "the lack of forensic evidence from this particular camp", meaning the lack of any corpses, ash, or other human remains. This paper discusses the basis and implications of this admission.

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