No. 3

Title page TR 3/2003

Volume 1 · Issue 3 · August 2003

The individual articles of this issue are listed below.

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In Brief

Atrocity Propaganda in U.S. Field Dispatch Furniture Dealer Causes Uproar Führer Beetle Marked for Renaming New York Revisionist Attracts Attention Book Review Caused Uproar in England Unprovoked Attack Similar Lies-Similar Liars Move to Revoke Pulitzer Prize Ernst Zündel Treated as Terrorist Austrian Engineer Fröhlich Arrested in Vienna One More Censorship Authority in Germany Escalation of…

Foreign Workers in the Third Reich

Between 1997 and 2001, a broad media campaign occurred in Germany reporting about the widespread use of so-called forced laborers in Germany during the Third Reich period. These people were brought into the German Reich from German-occupied territories allegedly against their free will, and it is claimed that these persons were exploited and treated inhumanely….

Genocide by Shovel and Sewing Machine

Michael Thad Allen, The Business of Genocide: The SS, Slave Labor and the Concentration Camps, University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC, 2002, 377 pp., hardcover, $39.95. Michael Thad Allen is assistant professor of modern German history and the history of technology at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. Despite its burlesque title,…

Letters to the Editor

In General To the Editor: World War II is the biggest war that has ever happened. Therefore it is necessary that an honest objective investigation be carried out by our government as to the true cause of this unfortunate war. Everything that is taught about this war and all the material that is available to…

The War on Iraq: Conceived in Israel

In a lengthy article in The American Conservative criticizing the rationale for the projected U.S. attack on Iraq, the veteran diplomatic historian Paul W. Schroeder noted (only in passing) “what is possibly the unacknowledged real reason and motive behind the policy-security for Israel.” If Israel's security were indeed the real American motive for war, Schroeder…

Battlefield Patriotism

Richard Holmes, Battlefields of the Second World War, BBC, London 2003 (c. 2001). Paperback. 222 pages. Photographs, inc. color, maps. Index. ISBN: 0563488123 Professor Richard Holmes, Director of Cranfield University’s Security Studies Institute, presenter of the BBC TV series Battlefields of the Second World War, and author of the accompanying book of the same name,…

Revisionist Notebook

Boneheads at Auschwitz Museum Admit to Faking “Original State” of Auschwitz Gas Chamber. For the best part of half a century the official guides who work at the Auschwitz Museum have told visitors from around the world that the “gas chamber” at Auschwitz I is in its “original state.” That's the one everyone visits. No…

George Bush versus Revisionism

On Monday, June 16, 2003 news headlines across the United States announced the latest target of President George W. Bush's wrath-Revisionist historians. Strangely as Bush was shifting his focus from al Qaeda and Iraq to Iran, he decided to take a shot at Revisionists. One headline screamed, “Bush Blasts 'Revisionist Historians' on Iraq.”[1] Harry Barnes,…

From the Records of the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial, Part 3

1. From Single Prosecution to Giant Trial As the first two parts of this series reported,[1] the judicial investigations concerning crimes committed in concentration camp Auschwitz were initiated in early 1958 due to the accusation by Adolf Rögner, who was at that time in prison. Stuttgart prosecutor Weber had several times described Rögner as a…

Gestapo USA

William E. Winterstein, Gestapo USA. When Justice Was Blindfolded, Reed Publishers, San Francisco 2002, 261 pp. hc, $25.95 As part of “Operation Paperclip” shortly after World War II, the USA transported a number of captured German rocket scientists to Ft. Bliss, Texas, where they were kept under quasi arrest for almost two years. William Winterstein…

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