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Jim Rizoli has created two more Skype interviews which he has added to his series of “Extraordinary Revisionists.” They feature CODOH’s founder Bradley Reed Smith, and Benton L. Bradbury, author of the book The Myth of German Villainy. While Brad’s interview focuses on his private life and involvement in revisionism, Ben summarizes his book, telling the story of how Germany has been vilified by Allied and Jewish atrocity propaganda.
Castle Hill Publishers has released a second, expanded edition of Ingrid Weckert’s book Jewish Emigration from the Third Reich featuring a revealing post-war affidavit by one of the leading Jews organizing Jewish emigration in collaboration with the Third Reich authorities.
The Barnes Review released John Wear’s Germany’s War: The Origins, Aftermath & Atrocities of World War II, which aims at refuting false war propaganda spread by Germany’s conquerors. Also, two more issues of The Barnes Review periodical have appeared. The lead article of issue no. 6/2015 deals with Europe’s failed attempt in the 19th Century to rule Mexico. The lead article of issue no. 1/2016 looks into the cause of the 1871 Chicago conflagration and similar fires of that era.
Eric Hunt’s documentary The Majdanek Gas Chamber Myth is now available as a DVD (US NTSC format) from Amazon.
Michael Hoffman has released no. 82 of his Revisionist History newsletter with a main focus on the German-Russian war of 1941-45.
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|Sources:||Smith's Report, no. 219, February 2016, p. 13|
|First posted on CODOH:||Feb. 2, 2016, 8:17 a.m.|