Tony Hancock (Historical Review Press) died
Tony Hancock (Historical Review Press) died

Anthony Hancock, for decades the owner and driving force behind the British publishing company Historical Review Press, passed away today, June 11, 2012, as a result of a stroke he had suffered several weeks ago. Historical Review Press was the creation of Hancock's father, who was the first to published Arthur R. Butz's groundbreaking book The Hoax of the Twentieth Century in 1976 and Richard Harwood's brochure Did Six Million Really Die?, which is currently available in its 5th revised edition. Tony Hancock continued his father's legacy and has published numerous books during the subsequent decades. Over the years he has also been a mainstay for several foreign European outlets of revisionist and right-wing political material which, due to government persecution, could not be printed, stored and disseminated from those countries. They all found a friendly and helping hand in Tony. He will be missed.


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