No. 55 (June)

On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 55 · · June 1998

Serving the Revisionist Community from 1990 until 2016


  • CODOH's Growing Role in Battle for Cyber High Ground May soon prove pivotal
  • Bankruptcy and “Good Causes”
  • Of Dracula and Chia Pets
  • The Lycos Ministry of Truth
  • and more!

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Other Stuff

I promoted two items in our Catalog that have not shipped. A Nation on Trial by Birn and Finkelstein, and the Wiesenthal portfolio. I have no excuse this time. I wasn’t moving. The orders were not mislaid. Just carelessness. Those of you who asked that we send you one or both of these items should…


What a marvelous series this promises to be [An Ongoing Conversation About Libertarianism and Revisionism]. Six months ago I would not have given a “Holocaust Revisionist” any credibility whatsoever. Ad homonym attacks are common because they tend to be very effective (and require little intellectual or factual ammunition), and I had bought into the often-expressed…

Auschwitz: The First Report!

On February 2, 1945 Pravda, organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, published an article briefly describing what Red Army troops had found on overrunning the Nazi slave labor camp at Auschwitz. The article, the first public revelation of the site's existence, is surprising for what it does not…

Internet Roundup

Readers of Smith's Report may recall our announcement of having been the proud recipients of an Internet award in 1996 (see SR 47 “Notebook). The award was a “Top 5% of the Web” rating by Lycos—a web directory of top-shelf sites rated by the Web's most experienced reviewers. For quite some time CODOHWeb has proudly…


Recent issues of Vierteljahreshefte fuer freie Geschichtsforschung (Quarterly for Free Historical Research), the Belgian-published, German-language revisionist review that shines as one of the world's best, contain various articles under CODOH bylines: Samuel Crowell, on the technique and operation of German air-raid shelters during WWII (including his devastating critique of the Majdanek door offered as the…

Of Dracula and Chia Pets

A column in the Jewish World (March 27-April 1998) gives a revealing, behind-the-scenes glimpse at how professional censors within the Jewish community think and operate against CODOH and the Campus Project. Writer Mik Moore edits New Voices, a publication of the Jewish Student Press Service, and is a recent graduate of Vassar. That last bit…

Bankruptcy and “Good Causes”

Again, as repeatedly stated in previous issues of SR, we know that we should let sleeping dogs lie and not open up old wounds. If I had a chance, I wouldn't publish the following article. But we are in the business of posting the contents of all issues of Smith's Report for historical and archival…


Marco den Ouden, president of the West Coast Libertarian Foundation in Vancouver (Canada), contacts me by email. “Brad, I understand that you are a political libertarian as am I. There are two revisionists in our group here and … one of them and myself have started discussing [revisionism] at length. We started with a short…

CODOH’s Growing Role in Battle for Cyber High Ground May Soon Prove Pivotal

In Frankfurt am Main, Germany, authorities move to ban a German-language revisionist site on the World Wide Web that features many articles by such CODOH writers as Bradley Smith and Richard Widmann. In London, England revisionist historian David Irving posts to his Website the first dispatch from the “liberated” Auschwitz—it appeared in Pravda in 1945—as…

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