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Volume Thirteen · Number Six · November/December 1993

Between 1980 and 2002, The Journal of Historical Review was published by the Institute for Historical Review. It used to be the publishing flagship of the revisionist community, but it ceased to exist in 2002 for a number of reasons, mismanagement and lack of dedication being some of them. CODOH mirrors the old papers that were published in that journal.

Demjanjuk, Israel and The Holocaust

The Israeli Supreme Court has finally acquitted John Demjanjuk of the charge of being “Ivan the Terrible,” the Treblinka guard who is said to have killed and tortured countless Jews. The acquittal is also a vindication of Pat Buchanan, who led the calls for the old Ukrainian's release. It has become increasingly obvious that Demjanjuk…

Thank You

It was one year ago exactly that we released David Cole Interviews Dr. Franciszek Piper, the video which contained the dramatic admission from the senior curator at the Auschwitz State Museum that the “gas chamber,” shown to millions of tourists as being in its original state is, in fact, a post-war Soviet creation. Since that…

“Danger” of Holocaust Revisionism Spreading, Says Israeli Scholar

Israeli Holocaust scholar Yehuda Bauer is worried. In an article in the Israeli English-language daily Jerusalem Post, August 7, 1993, he warns that “America is the center of a world-wide Holocaust denial movement.” According to the article, headlined “US is center of Holocaust revisionism,” Bauer also “named France as the second major center, followed by…

Holocaust Lies: Bergen-Belsen Gassing

Fraudulent Holocaust claims about magical gas chambers and miraculous survival in wartime German camps are all too familiar. Occasionally, though, we come across a claim so breathtaking in its mendacious effrontery that it deserves special notice. In an article (reproduced here) in The Gazette of Montreal (Canada), August 5, 1993, and in a memoir, Moshe…

Hellmut Diwald, German Professor

One of Germany’s best-known and most controversial historians, Hellmut Diwald, died on May 26, 1993. A skilled writer and an eloquent public speaker, he was not only one of his people’s most widely read historians, he was unquestionably one of the most gifted and courageous. No ivory tower academic, he learned what it meant to…

My Lunch with George

With a syndicated column that appears in several hundred daily papers, regular appearances on ABC television’s “This Week With David Brinkley,” several successful books, and well-paid appearances on the lecture circuit, George F. Will has a deserved reputation as one of America’s most influential commentators on social-political affairs. So when his secretary phoned to ask…

The Story Keeps Changing

Doug Collins Museums are much in vogue these days. I reported recently on the Simon Wiesenthal “Museum of Tolerance” in Los Angeles. But an apparently even bigger bang for the propaganda buck is to be seen in the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. The major media again fell over themselves to deliver unquestioning coverage of…

Fred Leuchter Arrested in Germany

Fred A. Leuchter, Jr., the American execution hardware specialist who insists that claims of wartime mass gassings at Auschwitz are not true, was arrested in Cologne, Germany, on October 28, half an hour before his scheduled appearance on a television show. Fred Leuchter Leuchter was arrested without an arrest warrant or formal charges. He was…

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