IHR Internet Web Site Offers Worldwide Access to Revisionism
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On its own Internet web site, www.ihr.org, the Institute for Historical Review makes available an impressive selection of IHR material, including dozens of IHR Journal articles and reviews. It also includes a listing of every item that has ever appeared in this Journal, as well as the complete texts of The Zionist Terror Network, "The Leuchter Report," and Kulaszka's encyclopedic work Did Six Million Really Die? New material is added as time permits.
Key words can be located in any of the site's items using a built-in search capability.
Through the IHR web site, revisionist scholarship is instantly available to millions of computer users worldwide, free of censorship by governments or powerful special interest groups. It can be reached 24 hours a day from around the globe through the World Wide Web (WWW), a multimedia Internet service.
Interest in the IHR web site has grown steadily over the past year. It's recently been receiving in excess of 3,000 "hits" or "visits" per day.
Journal associate editor Greg Raven maintains and operates this site as its "web master." Because it is linked to several other revisionist (and anti-revisionist) web sites, visitors can easily access vast amounts of additional information.
The IHR web site address is http://www.ihr.org
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|Title:||IHR Internet Web Site Offers Worldwide Access to Revisionism, Visit www.ihr.org|
|Sources:||The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 19, no. 1 (January/February 2000), pp. 37-39|
|First posted on CODOH:||March 4, 2013, 6 p.m.|