Inconvenient History

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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.

A PDF file containing the entire text of all articles as of June 22, 2022 can be downloaded here.

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Filip Müller’s False Testimony, Part 1

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 this issue of Inconvenient History). In this book, it features as the…

Key Witness

Sometimes, I am not happy with the choices authors make when writing articles or books. One recent case is Carlo Mattogno’s book Sonderkommando Auschwitz I, which was just released in its first English edition. The book contains detailed critiques of the accounts of nine former Auschwitz inmate who all claimed to have worked as members…

Book Announcements

Rudolf Reder versus Kurt Gerstein Authored by Carlo Mattogno Carlo Mattogno, Rudolf Reder versus Kurt Gerstein: Two False Testimonies on the Bełżec Camp Analyzed, Castle Hill Publishers, Uckfield, 2021, 218 pages, 6”×9” paperback, biblio­graphy, index, ISBN 978-1-59148-266-6. Available from Armreg Ltd at https://t.ly/y6GNv. See the book excerpt in this issue. In 1989, The Institute for…

The Holocaust: Facts versus Fiction

“These [Holocaust] crimes are and remain a part of German history, and this history has to be told, over and over again.” German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Dec. 6, 2019;[1] https://youtu.be/K_PpXikL6Go Introduction In the Year 9 after Christ’s birth, Rome rules almost all of Europe. So far, the Romans have only been able to conquer the…

The War that Never Ends

World War Two ended in 1945, hence more than a three-quarter century ago. When that many years had passed, other, earlier wars were almost forgotten after an entire generation had passed. But WWII is different. It is being relived, resuffered, reenacted and kept in the limelight as if it had happened yesterday. For the victorious…

Belzec: Reder versus Gerstein

The following article was taken, with generous permission from Castle Hill Publishers, from Carlo Mattogno’s recently published study Rudolf Reder versus Kurt Gerstein: Two False Testimonies on the Bełżec Camp Analyzed (Castle Hill Publishers, Uckfield, 2021; see the book announcement in this issue of Inconvenient History). In this book, it features as Part 4. References…

Promoting Revisionism

Around the turn of the millennium, an anonymous author wrote a brochure titled Auschwitz: Facts versus Fiction, had it printed in great numbers, and wanted Castle Hill Publishers to distribute it from the UK. Castle Hill agreed initially, stocked it, and added it to its sales website. On closer inspection, it turned out that the…

An Historical Overview of “Holocaust” Reparations

This author has been accused of falsely claiming that it was easy for Jewish “Holocaust” survivors to get restitution, and that I have lied about the number of claims applied for by Jewish “Holocaust” survivors versus the number of claims paid. This article analyzes the reparations given to Jewish “Holocaust” survivors and acts as a…

The Laconia Incident

While you’re celebrating the 80th anniversary of D-Day, allow me to tell you another war story you’ve probably never heard (I graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a major in American History from an Ivy League school and I never had!). You may find it doesn’t fill you with the same patriotic pride as the Allied…

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