No. 15-16 (Jul./Aug.)

On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 15-16 · · July/August 1993

Serving the Revisionist Community from 1990 until 2016


  • Smith Flies to Washington D.C. to Tour the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • After the Museum
  • The Sony Videocam: A Necessary Tool
  • Hustler Magazine publishes solid revisionist article
  • The Campus Project and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • David McCalden Archival Materials
  • and more!

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Demjanjuk Innocent!

The highest Israeli court finds there is not enough evidence to prove that he is Ivan the Terrible. On TV, Demjanjuk looks fine. A working class male. Your typical yuppie Playboy peruser never would have made it. I'm happy for Demjanjuk and for his family. I've always feared that he would never get out of…

David McCalden Archival Materials

In the last issue of SR I asked what you thought about making McCalden's papers available to the public, noting that in his writing he was often wrong and cruel. With the exception of a handful of you, all who responded suggested that the materials should be made available to all those who are doing…

Myth-Making vs Free Inquiry

Steamshovel Press published an article by me titled “Holocaust Revisionism: Myth or Free Inquiry.” It deals with director Oliver Stone, his film JFK, and spins off from a statement Stone made when he was accused of not following the historical record on the Kennedy assassination. Stone claims that he invented his own “myth” to counter…

Open Debate as Anti-Jewish Hatred

Below an article headlined “Holocaust Denial Seen Gaining Ground,” an AP dispatch reports: “Activity [by revisionists] has stepped up in recent years, as television and radio talk show hosts have given people who dispute the Holocaust air time. “Last year, Bradley Smith, who heads a group called Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust, placed…

Why We Hate Jews

“Rob Reiner, Jewish director of 'A Few Good Men,' [says] 'Because Jews are the smartest people in the world, we are also the most hated.” I think Debbie, for one, is going to prove to be something of a disappointment to Rob on the smarts score. However, he also thinks that “Jews have always been…

Revisionists to be punished

Revisionists to be punished FROM HERBERT KELLNERAntwerp A Bill to outlaw and punish Holocaust denial or the defence of Nazi crimes has been introduced in the Belgian Parliament by the country's Socialist Party. The Bill is expected to be supported by other parties. The penalties foreseen by the Bill include the withdrawal of political rights…

The Campus Project and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

During the festivities preceding, during and following the opening of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the media responded with an enthusiasm and fascination that it usually reserves for a U.S. military strike against some third world country. Newspapers great and small, the wire services, television, radio, magazine pundits, ministers in their pulpits, truckloads of Washington…

Hustler Magazine Publishes Solid Revisionist Article

The August 1993 issue of Hustler contains an important article written by Jim Redden titled “Whitewashing Hitler.” Subtitled “Taking the Gas Out of Nazi Infamy,” it's illustrated with a wonderfully comic drawing of almost two full pages showing camp internees dressed in their stripped uniforms welcoming Hitler with open arms as he enters their compound…

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