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Volume 2 · Issue 1 · February 2004

The individual articles of this issue are listed below.

A PDF file of this entire issue can be downloaded here.

In Brief

The USS Liberty Tragedy Will Not Rest; German or American First to Fly? Britain Publishes Air Photos Online; SS Geriatrics Tried in Italy for Alleged War Crimes; Hunting Lithuanian Geriatrics; Former German Camp Guard to be Deported; Wiesenthal Center Organizes Witch Hunt; Finta case changed war crimes prosecutions in Canada; Alleged War Criminal Solomon Morel Safe in Israel; Feminist Conquest of the Holocaust; Muslim Paper Fomenting Hate? Latvian Vulgar Revisionism Denounced; German Cartoon Attacks Holocaust-Promoter; The Auschwitz Tattooist; Swastikas a Felony in New York? And many more…

Exactitude Symphony

Ernst Zündel’s contribution was written on December 5, 2003, from the Rexdale, Ontario, GULag in the People’s Republic of Canada, that is, from his solitary confinement cell where he is being held as a political prisoner of conscience by the Crown authorities. His location is the Toronto-West Detention Center, 111 Disco Road Box 4950, Rexdale,…

Revisionism in Cartoons

In all the years that I worked together with Robert Faurisson on various publication projects, starting with my first meeting with him in Vichy in late fall 1991 until this very day, I have always experienced Robert's gentle and sometimes cynical humor. He frequently sent me cartoons drawn by some of his friends and supporters,…

Robert Faurisson

Introduction When I was asked to contribute towards the Robert Faurisson Festschrift, I recalled my own student days during the 1970s in Germany where I had regularly come across such publications. The German word Schrift means writing or a piece of correspondence. The word Fest has become part of the English language, and few English…

The Holocaust before It Happened

Don Heddesheimer, The First Holocaust: Jewish Fundraising Campaigns with Holocaust Claims during and after World War One, Theses & Dissertations Press, Chicago 2003, pb., 140 pp., $9.95. George Santayana was famous for his aphorism “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Perhaps those who believe in the myth of the ‘six…

Congratulations

The following text was written by Theodore O’Keefe, long-time coworker of the Institute for Historical Review and former editor of The Journal of Historical Review, on occasion of Robert Faurisson’s 75th birthday: “Robert Faurisson taught revisionists the hardness of words. Molded by the exacting discipline that reading and writing the classical languages demands and confers,…

Robert Faurisson and Revisionism in Italy

In August 1979, the well-established magazine “Storia Illustrata” published an interview given to Antonio Pitamitz by Robert Faurisson,[1] which has become a milestone along the road of historical revisionism. At the time, I had already started to devote myself to revisionism, and through this text with its clear, essential, and convincing statements I really became…

Three Revisionist Classics

Germar Rudolf, The Rudolf Report. Expert Report on Chemical and Technical Aspects of the ‘Gas Chambers’ of Auschwitz, Theses & Dissertations Press, Chicago 2003, 456 pp., paperback, $30.- / hardcover, $45.-. Germar Rudolf (ed.), Dissecting The Holocaust. The Growing Critique of ‘Truth’ and ‘Memory’, Theses & Dissertations Press, Chicago 2003, 616 pp., paperback, $30. Arthur…

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