Vol. 1 (1980)

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Volume One · Numbers 1 through 4 · 1980

Between 1980 and 2002, The Journal of Historical Review was published by the Institute for Historical Review. It used to be the publishing flagship of the revisionist community, but it ceased to exist in 2002 for a number of reasons, mismanagement and lack of dedication being some of them. CODOH mirrors the old papers that were published in that journal. To see the table of contents of this volume’s issues, click on the respective issue number in the subcategory list below.

Vol. 1 (1980)

Doors & Portholes

As I illustrated with my slide presentation at the 1980 Revisionist Convention at Pomona College, Claremont, California, one of the most blatant examples of Holocaust forgery is in the access to the “gas chambers.” Auschwitz I At Auschwitz I there are no less than five doors or doorways giving access to the “gas chamber.” There…

Genocide In The Holy Land

Genocide in the Holy Land by Rabbi Moshe Schonfeld is a worthy sequel to the same author's The Holocaust Victims Accuse. Rabbi Schonfeld presents a documented account of the destruction by the Zionists of Middle Eastern and North African Jewry. Although the book focuses on the plight of Yemenite Jews, there is also considerable material…

A Century Ago: The Boer War Remembered

Mark Weber, director of the Institute for Historical Review, was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. He was educated at Portland State University, the University of Illinois (Chicago), the University of Munich, and Indiana University (Bloomington). He has been editor of The Journal for Historical Review since April 1992. This essay is a revision and…

The Faurisson Affair

In October 1978 l'Express, a French weekly comparable to Newsweek, published an interview with Louis Darquier de Pellepoix, who had been commissioner for Jewish affairs in the Vichy Government during the German occupation, and who has lived in Spain since the war. Darquier's generally unrepentant attitude, plus his claim that the only creatures gassed at…

A Note From the Editor

This issue, we are extremely pleased to welcome onto our Editorial Advisory Committee three very distinguished academics. Thomas Henry Irwin is a graduate of Western Kentucky University, and has taught at Ohio State University. He is now pursuing a law degree at University of Kentucky. Richard Verrall is a History graduate from University of London,…

Letters to the Editor

11 September 1980 Dear Mr. Brandon, As a reader of five to twenty-five books a year (almost none of which are to be found in public libraries), historical Revisionism is the brightest star on my horizon! It is indeed sickening to see what comes out of our so-called “educational” system, and downright revolting to discover…

Nationalism, Racialism and Early British Socialism

Modern socialists would be highly embarrassed to learn of the nationalist and racialist attitudes displayed by many early British socialists. Prominent among these was Robert Blatchford, editor of a newspaper entitled The Clarion, and author of Merrie England (1893) and Britain for the British (1902). (A facsimile reproduction of Merrie England was issued in 1976…

The Fascist Ego: A Political Biography Of Robert Brasillach

The Fascist Ego: A Political Biography Of Robert Brasillach, William R. Tucker, University of California Press, 341 pp. hardback $22.95. ISBN: 0-520-027108 Robert Brasillach, one of the most promising literary critics, novelists, poets and journalists of the thirties, was condemned in a French courtroom of collaboration with the Germans and was executed in 1945, despite…

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