No. 3

Vol. 15, No. 3 · · 2023

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

Holocaust Encyclopedia Academic Research Media Review Education Group Ltd (ed.), Holocaust Encyclopedia: Uncensored and unconstrained, Armreg Ltd. London 2023, 634 pages, 8.5”×11” hardback or paperback, index, bibliography, b&w or color illustrated, ISBN: 978-1-911733-00-3 (hc color) 978-1-911733-01-0 pb b&w). This announcement is both misplaced and premature. It is misplaced, because this book is not published by…

Stripe Goes Belly up

This summer, Castle Hill’s payment processor Stripe decided to terminate the credit-/debit-card processing agreement we had with them, claiming that Castle Hill is in violation of the agreement’s terms by selling illegal material. On closer inquiry, we concluded that this referred to Castle Hill’s German language material. Although not illegal in the US., Stripe requires…

Revolution Versus Reaction

The following article was taken, with generous permission from Castle Hill Publishers, from the recently published second edition of Richard Tedor’s study Hitler’s Revolution: Ideology, Social Programs, Foreign Affairs (Castle Hill Publishers, Uckfield, December 2021; see the book announcement in Issue No. 1 of the previous volume of Inconvenient History). In this book, it forms…

Viktor Emil Frankl in Auschwitz

In 2001, the Journal of Historical Review published a short article penned by Theodore O’Keefe about the famous Austrian psychologist Viktor Frankl.[1] On the basis of statements by Frankl and of research by orthodox historians, O’Keefe showed that Frankl was not particularly truthful in his recollections about his stay at the Auschwitz Camp. In response…

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