On the Holocaust Controversy

Nos. 202 to 211 · www.Codoh.com · 2014

Revisionist News & Comments

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

Cover Letter for Smith’s Report #203

Bradley Smith, FounderCommittee for Open Debate on the HolocaustPO Box 439316San Ysidro, California 92143Telephone 209 682 5327Email: [email protected] 18 March 2014 Friend and (oftentimes) supporter: Sara Bloomfield is the Director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The grand scenario of Sara Bloomfield and the Museum is blurred, though its purpose is clear. Profit. Profit…

A Question for Steven Spielberg

(This note to Spielberg, being distributed at USC and nation-wide, introduces a new angle into this project. More next month.) Steven SpielbergUSC Shoah Foundation650 W. 35th Street, Suite 114Los Angeles, CA 90089-2571213-740-6065;[email protected] January 30 2014 Mr. Spielberg: At USC your Shoah Foundation — The Institute for Visual History and Education, boasts some 52,000 video testimonies…

News and Notes

For some years now I have been writing a special cover letter to go with the December issue of this Report. Needing a little shove to get going I was searching for cover letters I wrote here for Christmas in 2004 and hopefully in 1994. Or there about. It could be interesting. As it turned…

Half a Century of Rebellion

Q: Thanks first of all that you have agreed to this interview. A: You’re most welcome. Q: And then, of course, happy birthday! How does it feel to be half a century old? A: Thanks, well, not good. But then again, I don’t really care. After 50 years we all are of the same age….

Open Letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein

Some of it Happened, Some of it Didn't CODOH Committee for Open Debate On the Holocaust Senator Dianne Feinstein331 Hart Senate Office Bldg.Washington, D.C. 20510Phone: (202) 224-3841 14 November 2014 Dear Senator: I am writing to ask you to oppose the so-called "The ‘Nazi’ Social Security Benefits Termination Act," the bill that strips Social Security…

The Karski Report: The Holocaust in Miniature

This issue of Inconvenient History features an article by Friedrich Jansson that is appropriate to the Year 2014, designated by the Sejm (legislature) of Poland the Year of (Jan) Karski, the intrepid courier/witness for the London-based government-in-exile of Poland, born in Poland one hundred years ago. The article discloses, for the first time of which…

Tinseltown Goes to War

I’ve just watched for about the third time the 1962 film, The Longest Day, a great action movie on the Allied invasion of Normandy. Among its several pluses: an all-star male cast, including a young Sean Connery, as well as a brief segment starring a seriously good-looking woman bearing a strong resemblance to Sophia Loren….

News and Notes

*** Siegfried Verbeke: “After reading SR 208 I put together these remarks. Fred Töben wonders whether he was wasting his time on David Cole. Prof. Faurisson gave him the right answer in five words: ‘David Cole is a clown,’ and Fred Leuchter, more friendly, concludes ‘Cole’s claim of fame is a mere footnote to revisionist…

Orson Welles and the First Holocaust Movie: A Lasting Legacy

If the pinnacle of the Holocaust Movie genre has been reached, it may have happened in 1993, when Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List garnered seven academy awards and untold millions of dollars in royalties for the film magnate who has since declared that the reason he has honored Planet Earth with a personal visit is to…

Heretics, Sacralization, and Fear in the Heart of the Journalist

What follows is an exchange (not) between Albert Richardson of the British website What Really Happened? (http://tinyurl.com/oc9g8un) and Will Storr, a highly praised British journalist who is interested in “heretics,” though not so much it appears as he was before being addressed by Mr. Richardson. In the event, Storr represents journalists as a class, weak…

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