On the Holocaust Controversy

Nos. 19 to 29 · www.Codoh.com · 1995

Revisionist News & Comments

All the issues of this year are listed as subcategories below.

The Codoh World-Wide-Web Site

But who’s counting? Me. On Saturday morning, 28 October, I checked to see if we had the “counter” on my Homepage. Three individuals had logged onto the site up to that hour. I was there at the very beginning. The next morning the count had gone to 12. Some of the hits (visits) were probably…


Friend: Here we are in the middle of another holiday season. I have lots of good news about the Campus Internet Project, but there's something on my mind I want to clear. That's one thing holidays are for, to get your mind off what it's regularly on and on to something else. I have been…

Revisionist Materials

The following advertisement of material CODOH used to distribute is no longer valid, since CODOH does not currently possess any of these materials. We post it here only because it was printed in this issue of Smith's Report. Editor's remark. Smith's Report back issues. Numbers 1 -27. SR began as a “letter” to a few…


Carlos Porter responds to the arrest of Hans Schmidt in a letter he sent to all the addresses provided in issue #198 (September 15, 1995) of Ernst Zuendel's Newsletter, including the Ministry of Justice and the important newspapers. The original was in German. Dear Sirs: I wish to protest the persecution of nationalist sympathizers and…

Break His Bones

I mentioned in SR27 that a major U.S. periodical wanted to take a look at an excerpt from the manuscript. It was The New Yorker. I have to say that once again I felt an enthusiastic optimism about the possibility of being published in an important periodical. There are some of us who can never…

The Simon Wiesenthal Center

THE SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTER has its own World Wide Web site and is posting materials there which can be very helpful to everybody, except perhaps the Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC). The Unites States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) has a site as well, but it’s being developed in a much more cautious, self-protective mode than that…


Friend: Here is the latest on what’s happening with the Campus Internet Project, the CODOH Website, a first look at the Simon Wiesenthal Center debate(!) with revisionist theory on its own Website, and the David Irving’s talk in Seattle.

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