No. 1

Vol. 5, No. 1 · www.InconvenientHistory.org · 2013

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.

Safe Among the Germans: Liberated Jews After World War II

by Ruth Gay. Yale University Press, New Haven, 2002, 347 pp. Perhaps unintentionally, the title of this fascinating study of the infamous Displaced-Persons camps in postwar Germany is very generous to Germans. It suggests that, in some act of contrition, those Germans who survived World War II willingly opened their land, and figuratively their arms,…

The Case For Auschwitz

By Robert Jan van Pelt, Indiana University Press Bloomington, IN 2002. 570 pp., with notes, bibliography, indexed. It is strange that an event, or rather a series of events that have marked the history of the 20th century perhaps more strongly than any other with the possible exception of the annihilation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki,…

The Three Photographs of an Alleged Gas Van

Between 1945 and 2012, the entire literature about the gas vans has presented exactly three photographs which allegedly show such vehicles. Sometimes it was explicitly claimed that the vehicle had been used for homicidal purposes, sometimes this was implied. In 1994, these photographs were subjected to a critical analysis by Udo Walendy[1] and Pierre Marais[2]….

Differential Exposure of Brickwork to Hydrogen Cyanide during World War Two

Dipl-Chem. Germar Rudolf,*[1] Nicholas Kollerstrom MA Cantab., PhD, FRAS[2] This article was first submitted to the Royal Society of Chemistry’s journal The Analyst. They rejected it on the grounds that it did not have enough about analysis. The authors then submitted it to Chemistry- a European Journal. It was rejected in less than 24 hours…

The Yockey-Thompson Campaign against Post-War Vengeance

The American neo-Spenglerian philosopher Francis Parker Yockey has over the past decade enjoyed a revival of interest among the far Right.[1] Now that the Right is less encumbered by the dominant political-financial system’s Cold War rhetoric which saw a range of movements from conservatives to the American Nazi Party[2] lining up to beat the war…

War Is Declared!

U.S. Constitution – Article 1 Section 8. Article 1 – The Legislative Branch Section 8 – Powers of Congress To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules concerning Captures on Land and Water.[1] Revisionists are typically quick to condemn President Franklin Roosevelt for his actions, which cast the United States into…

America Goes to War

With the onset of war in Europe, hostilities began in the North Atlantic which eventually provided the context – or rather, pretext – for America’s participation. Immediately, questions of the rights of neutrals and belligerents leapt to the fore. In 1909, an international conference had produced the Declaration of London, a statement of international law…

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