No. 1

Title page TR 1/2003

Volume 1 · Issue 1 · February 2003

The individual articles of this issue are listed below.

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In Brief

Another MA Thesis From New Zealand Attacked Canceling A Contract Equals Incitement To Hatred Prohibited Guest Book Entries Austrian Farmer Shows Courage Spontaneous Protest in Berlin against Jews Zyklon vacuum cleaner Scandal About Hitler Statue Ernest Hemingway Exposed As Mass Murderer Revisionist Book Promotion In Estonia Latvia Unveils Holocaust Memorial Croatians Forced To Take Holocaust…

The Unknown Famine Holocaust

A lot is known about the hunger-holocaust in the Ukraine which was triggered by Stalin in the early thirties, to which about 7 million people fell victim. It is much less known that Britain enforced a similar policy in Ireland, followed for centuries in order to break the will to independence of the Irish. Almost…

WW II: Whose War was it?

The time between the beginning of the first and the end of the second world war is more and more called what it actually was: The third Thirty Year War (1914-1945) for the destruction of Germany, which since the end of the 19th century had been becoming a scientific and economic super power. This fact,…

New Aspects of Andreij Vlassov

On a spring day in East Prussia in 1945 an officer of the Red Army observed a mounted sergeant flaying a young Russian captive with a long leather knout. The captive was exhausted, half naked and completely covered in blood. Every time the whip cut into his flesh, the young man raised his bound hands…

Auschwitz. Fritjof Meyer’s New Revisions

1. The Background In 1993, Jean-Claude Pressac published his second study on Auschwitz,[5] which provided even more grist to Revisionist mills than did his first study.[6] For this reason, Pressac's second book was devastated by Franciszek Piper, head of the history department of Auschwitz Museum, in a long and vicious review.[7] Piper's critique was a…

Swing Dancing “Verboten”

Knud Wolffram, Tanzdielen und Vergnügungspaläste: Berliner Nachtleben in den dreißiger und vierziger Jahren; von der Friedrichstraße bis Berlin W, vom Moka Efti bis zum Delphi, Reihe deutsche Vergangenheit, Vol. 78: “Stätten der Geschichte Berlins”, Edition Hentrich, Berlin 1992, pp. 214-216, ISBN 3-89468-0-47-4. Fifty years after the end of the Second World War, the fabrication of…

Cautious Mainstream Revisionism

1. Political and Psychological Observations: “Number of Auschwitz Victims: New Insights from Recent Archival Discoveries” This is the title of an article by Fritjof Meyer which appeared in the German periodical Osteuropa in May of 2002.[5] According to the article, Meyer, born in 1932, is a “Diploma DHP, Diploma Political Scientist, and Diploma Economist.” The…

Jewish Co-Responsibility for Jewish Persecution in 1941

Bogdan Musial, “Konterrevolutionäre Elemente sind zu erschießen.” Die Brutalisierung des deutsch-sowjetischen Krieges im Sommer 1941 (“Counter Revolutionary Elements are to be Shot.” The Brutalization of the German-Soviet War in the Summer 1941), Propyläen-Verlag, Berlin 2000, 349 pp., € 20.-. Since 1996, a photo exhibition organized by a communist organization located in Hamburg, Germany, which featured…

Certainty about Werner Heisenberg

There were many speculations about the desire and the capability of the German Reich to build and use the atom bomb, similar as one speculates whether or not Hitler ever planned to use poison gas, and if not, why not. The research meanwhile has concluded that Hitler evidently was the only states leader who –…

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