No. 6

The Journal of Historical Review - cover

Volume Fifteen · Number Six · November/December 1995

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.


Great Impact I will be 87 on my next birthday. During my life I have seen so many promising organizations come and go. I hope this will not happen with the IHR. Mind you, in the time you have been with us, from 1978, the Institute has made an impact greater than many other organizations….

Further Drastic Changes in the “Official” View of Auschwitz and Other Wartime Camps

In the special March-April 1995 issue of the French magazine Historia, pages 114-125, Jean-Claude Pressac, a drugstore pharmacist in the Paris area, offers us an “Inquiry into the death camps.” Until the third column of page 119, he is content to recall the thesis he developed in his widely acclaimed 1993 work Les Crématoires d'Auschwitz….

German Government Issues Statement on the IHR

Another sign of the growing international impact of the Institute for Historical Review and of historical revisionism is a recent official statement by Germany's Interior Ministry, issued in response to an inquiry by parliamentary deputies of the nation's main Communist political party. In a three-page “inquiry” (“kleine Anfrage”), the Bundestag faction of the “Party of…

International Historians’ Meeting Reflects “Politically Correct” Academic Agenda

How a society views the past not only reflects its current prevailing values and outlook, but also profoundly influences the way its people will shape the future. Over the past 20-30 years, influential scholars and their political allies have succeeded in ever more firmly imposing egalitarian, liberal-democratic, “multicultural” and “one world” standards on academic life…

The Jewish Angle

Beware of Ally Joseph Sobran is a nationally-syndicated columnist, author and lecturer. He is a former senior editor of National Review, and currently Washington, DC, correspondent for The Wanderer, a traditionalist Roman Catholic weekly. He edits a monthly newsletter, Sobran's ([…now defunct; ed.]). “Beware of Ally” is reprinted from the October 1994 issue of Sobran's,…

The Crucifixion of Jews Must Stop!

Half a century before the “Holocaust” term came into widespread use, and 15 years before the incessantly repeated “Six Million” figure of alleged wartime Jewish victims was ordained at Nuremberg, both were uncannily cited in an influential New York Jewish weekly. This was in the October 31, 1919, issue of The American Hebrew, probably the…

Free Speech Under Attack

Doug Collins served with the British army during the Second World War, and then with the British control commission in postwar occupied Germany. An award-winning journalist, he has worked for several Canadian daily newspapers, and is the author of several books. His presentation at the Tenth IHR Conference was published in the Fall 1991 Journal….

French Court Fines Faurisson, Roques for “Holocaust Denial” Book

Concluding a dramatic trial that included stunning testimony by a leading Holocaust researcher, a Paris court in June ordered two French revisionists to pay fines of $3,000 each for writing and distributing a book that disputes claims of Second World War mass killings in German gas chambers. (A brief report on this case appeared in…

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