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Volume Twenty One · Number Three & Four · May/August 2002

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.

Actually, this is the pathetic end of the Journal, run into the ground by IHR director Mark Weber alienating one editor and contributor after the other with his policy of “it’s my way or no way” – with the problem that he couldn’t even handle it his way. So it’s been no way ever since…

The 14th IHR Conference: Confident Spirit Marks Successful Meeting

Phillip Tourney Tony Martin autographs a book for an admirer. Conference MC Greg Raven holds up two books by Tony Martin. Mark Weber makes a point during his keynote address. Tom Sunic Joseph Sobran Jürgen Graf speaks with Robert Faurisson during a break, as Fredrick Toben and others look on. Michele Renouf and Joe Sobran…

Israel’s ‘Knife in the Back’ Attack Against America

Here is the text of the open letter by Phillip Tourney, President of the USS Liberty Veterans Association, published in a full-page advertisement in the daily Washington Times, June 6, 2002 (p. A11). Phil Tourney, addressing the 14th IHR Conference, June 21, 2002, holds up the full-page newspaper ad with his open letter to President…

So, Who Was Right, Then?

David Irving addresses the 13th IHR Conference, May 28, 2000. A commentary by David Irving, issued in Sept. 2002, on Fritjof Meyer’s May 2002 Osteuropa article. In January 1995 the French news magazine L’Express reported that Auschwitz staff now admitted that the gas-chamber known as “Krema [Crematorium] I” (the one still shown to visitors) had…

New ‘Official’ Changes in the Auschwitz Story

Since the end of World War II, authoritative claims about the character and scope of killings at the Auschwitz concentration camp have changed drastically. One particularly striking change concerns the various “official” estimates of the number of victims – a number that since 1945 has been steadily declining. Fritjof Meyer Today, more than half a…

Letters

Justice for JDL Victims President Bush has declared that the financial backers of all terrorist groups must be held accountable, with a $1 trillion lawsuit filed on that basis. Considering that in 1985 the FBI named the Jewish Defense League as the second most active terrorist group in the United States, anyone who contributed money…

‘For Fear of The Jews’

Joseph Sobran is an author, lecturer and nationally syndicated columnist. For 21 years he wrote for National Review magazine, including 18 years as a senior editor. He is editor of the monthly newsletter Sobran’s (P.O. Box 1383, Vienna, VA 22183, or see http://www.sobran.com/). This article is adapted from his address at the 14th IHR Conference,…

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