No. 4

Vol. 15, No. 4·· 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 Announcements

Politics of Slave Labor The Fate of the Jews Deported from Hungary and the Lodz Ghetto in 1944 Authored by Carlo Mattogno Carlo Mattogno, Politics of Slave Labor: The Fate of the Jews Deported from Hungary and the Lodz Ghetto in 1944, Castle Hill Publishers, Bargoed, November 2023, 6”×9” paperback, 338 pages, index, bibliography, b&w…

The Deportation of Jews from Hungary and the Łódź Ghetto to Auschwitz in 1944

The following article was taken, with generous permission from Castle Hill Publishers, from Carlo Mattogno’s recently published book Politics of Slave Labor: The Fate of the Jews Deported from Hungary and the Lodz Ghetto in 1944 (Castle Hill Publishers, Uckfield, November 2023; Volume 51 of the series Holocaust Handbooks; see the book announcement at the…

Mayhem at Castle Hill and CODOH

Dramatic events are unfolding with Castle Hill and CODOH as I write this. Without going into too many details, I may pick up where I left off with my last editorial about Castle Hill’s payment processor bailing out. In the meantime, trying to implement Plan B also failed. When our Plan B, CODOH’s current payment…

Robert Jan van Pelt: “The Case for Auschwitz”

British historian David Irving was viciously smeared by the media after his testimony at the 1988 Ernst Zündel false-news trial in Toronto. As part of the smear campaign against Irving, Deborah Lipstadt writes in her book Denying the Holocaust that “on some level Irving seems to conceive himself as carrying on Hitler’s legacy.” David Irving filed a libel suit against Deborah Lipstadt in British courts to attempt to end these and other similar statements. Canadian-Jewish architectural historian Robert Jan van Pelt was hired by Lipstadt’s defense team to act as an expert witness for Lipstadt’s defense. Van Pelt wrote for this trial a 700-page report addressing the historical and forensic evidence for the gas chambers at Auschwitz-Birkenau. He subsequently wrote the book, The Case for Auschwitz, which presents the bulk of the evidence he submitted in his expert report for this trial. This article discusses some weaknesses in van Pelt’s research which was designed to discredit David Irving’s views of the “Holocaust.”

William Joyce: “Lord Haw-Haw”

William Brooke Joyce, also known as “Lord Haw-Haw,” holds the distinction of being the last man ever to be hanged for high treason by the British Crown. Joyce was born an American and grew up in western Ireland. He was hanged for high treason by the British Crown at Wandsworth Prison, London, in the early morning of January 3, 1946. His offense was that he had given “aid and comfort to the King’s enemies” and assisted Germany “in her war against our country and our King” by making pro-German radio broadcasts during World War II. By the end of the war, Joyce was, after Adolf Hitler, the most detested man in Britain. This article discusses the life and career of William Joyce, and whether he should have been hanged for high treason after World War II.

Sophie Scholl: Germany’s Celebrated Woman of the Twentieth Century

Sophie Magdalena Scholl is one of the most famous members of the German resistance movement during World War II. She and her brother Hans took enormous risks to undermine Adolf Hitler’s power. Hans and Sophie Scholl were dead at ages 24 and 21, respectively, so left behind no careers or life’s work. However, a series of actions over the course of only six or seven months have made them world famous and national heroes in modern Germany. This article discusses the short life of Sophie Scholl, and why she was so determined to end Hitler’s reign.

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