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Volume 3 · 2004

Between early 2003 and early 2005, The Revisionist was edited and published by Germar Rudolf. He was working on the second issue of the year 2005 when he was arrested by the U.S. authorities and subsequently deport to Germany (see his website for more info). Hence this magazine suddenly ceased to exist.

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The Court of the Evil Empire

Simon Sebag Montefiore, Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar, Knopf, New York, 2004, 785 pp. The British Book Awards’ History Book of the Year has been awarded to the distinguished Anglo-Jewish journalist/novelist Simon Sebag Montefiore for his Stalin: the Court of the Red Star.[1] Montefiore’s special writing interest is in matters Russian, especially in…

Dr. Robert Harvey Countess

Dr. Robert H. Countess, 67, of Toney, son of the late Parks and Kathleen Countess, died Friday, March 18, 2005, at his home. He is survived by his wife Elda, children Timothy, Stephen, Keith, Sharon, Laura, and Becky, 13 grandchildren, 2 great grand-children, sister Nancy of Germantown, Tennessee, and brother Billy of Jay, Florida. Known…

From the Records of the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial, Part 8

On April 6, 1958, an arrest warrant was issued against Klaus Dylewski for his alleged involvment in the selection of inmates for gassings at Auschwitz (p. 988).[1] During his subsequent interrogation, Dylewski stated that, during his wartime presence at Auschwitz, he was responsible for issues dealing with escapes. According to him, escapes and attempts at…

What is the Real Racial/Ethnic Agenda of the ADL?

The Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith (ADL) is probably well known to most readers of The Revisionist. This New York-based, tax-exempt Jewish-Zionist religious organization with affiliates in forty-two countries claims to be one of the premier civil rights organizations in the world, and allegedly, dedicated to ending discrimination and securing equal rights for all.[1] Undoubtedly,…

Hitler Spoils Stalin’s Surprise

Constantine Pleshakov. Stalin’s Folly: The Tragic First Ten Days of World War II on the Eastern Front. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston and New York, 2005, 312 pp. As the title of Constantine Pleshakov’s book implies, the author, a Russian historian,[1] holds Stalin personally responsible for the debacle that befell the Red Army at the outbreak…

It’s All Sh.., Isn’t It?

Helmut Schelsky wrote in the 1970s:[1] “The new devil is especially the incomprehensible language destroyer, which dominates by making the people ‘speechless.’ To this phenomenon of group forming and group separating by words belong other linguistic branches of the modern political discourse, like the ‘fecal language,’ as [Kurt] Scheuch called the use of vulgar sexual,…

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