No. 2

Title page TR 2/2004

Volume 2 · Issue 2 · May 2004

The individual articles of this issue are listed below.

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

In Brief

$4,000 Fine for Revisionist Statements German Authorities Shut Down Websites Confiscation of Historical Reprint Absurdities of German Self-Hatred Germany's National Anthem not Illegal No Passport for Austrian Revisionist Revisionist Töben Banned from Europe N. Finkelstein Sued for Criticizing Holocaust Industry Gibson defends father over Holocaust European Conference Wants more Holocaust Propaganda Attempts to Muffle Teacher…

Allied Plans for the Annihilation of the German People

Long before the outbreak of the Second World War, and certainly long before the outcome of this European slaughter of brothers was foreseeable, the victors-to-be and their hangers-on had made plans for the disposition of Germany that contained fundamental violations of the Law of Nations. In addition to demilitarization and de-nazification projects there were plans…

Shades of Gray in a Dark History

Walter D. Kennedy, Myths of American Slavery, Pelican Publishing Company, Gretna LA 2003, 234 pp., hc, photos, addenda, notes, bibliography and index, $24.95 “Slaves, in all things obey those who are your masters on earth, not with external service, as those who merely please men, but with the sincerity of heart, fearing the Lord.”—Colossians 3:22…

Croatian Victims of the Yugoslav Secret Police outside Yugoslavia, 1945-1990

The ongoing legal proceedings in the Hague against Serb and Croat war crimes suspects, including the Serbian ex-president Slobodan Milosevic, must be put into wider perspective. The unfortunate and often irrational hatred between Serbs and Croats had for decades been stirred up and kept alive by the Communist Yugoslav secret police. The longevity of the…

From the Records of the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial, Part 5

A Potpourri of Lies Filip Müller is probably one of the best known witnesses who reported intensively about mass exterminations in the Birkenau camp.[1] Together with two other witnesses, Müller was tracked down by Hermann Langbein from the communist International Auschwitz Committee, and their statements were sent to the Stuttgart public prosecution on February 19,…

The Blue Color of the Jewish Victims at Belzec Death Camp – and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Editor's remark: The following paper challenges in a scholarly way statements repeatedly made by engineer Friedrich P. Berg. Even before the publication of Mr. Provan's paper, Mr. Berg was invited to write a paper addressing the issues raised in it, which was meant to be published right after Provan's challenge. Mr. Berg rejected the invitation…

Some Hidden Legal Aspects of Concentration Camps

To the generations of people having grown up – like hot-house plants – in the suffocating atmosphere of Holocaust propaganda, it may come as a surprise to learn that concentration camps are not illegal, at least not under international law. There is nothing in international law prohibiting concentration camps, even today.[1] The following are a…

What happened to the Jews in Poland?

It belongs to general education to know that the National Socialist regime exterminated about six million Jews, about three million thereof being Polish Jews. The Holocaust supposedly implies that only a fraction of the German Jews and the French Jews were exterminated and less than half of the Hungarian Jews. In contrast to this, the…

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