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As the downward spiral of the Western world continues (and will continue to do so until a modicum of reason and sanity prevails over the current culture of political correctness) a scholarly essay on the history of an American-born son of Ireland — who correctly identified the true purpose of WW2, and consequently came to believe that helping the cause of Hitler's Germany was for the greater good, and would later be executed for alleged treason — impresses upon us the relevance of a question that, in spite of the humorous verbiage we choose to frame it in, is as serious as the early grave he and so many others were sent to during that bitter period of our history: Did Lord Haw Haw get the last laugh over his detractors and executioners?

In the May 2015 issue of Smith's Report you will find:
"Why Is a Free Press Forbidden at Harvard University?, by Bradley Smith; "Sylvia Stolz: Revisionism’s Joan of Arc," by Jett Rucker; "How to Become a 'Saint' and Get Canonized through Yad Vashem!," by Olo­dogma; "It Takes All Kinds: Muslims Invading a Jewish Racket, by Jett Rucker"; and more...

The Summer 2013 issue of Inconvenient History is now on-line!

The papers: "Historical Revisionism and Popular Opinion," by Richard Widmann; "Three Aspects of the German Deportation of European Jews into the Occupied Eastern Territories, 1941-1944," by Thomas Kues; "Reductio ad Hitlerum as a Social Evil," by Kerry Bolton, "The Injustice of Conspiracy Accusations in War Crimes Trials," by Carlos Porter; "The Jewish Hand in the World Wars," by Thomas Dalton, and more.

The latest issue of Inconvenient History, A Quarterly Journal for Free Historical Inquiry is now available on-line. its contents: - The Ellis Island internment camp for Germans, Italians, and Japanese Americans during WWII. - Count Potocki de Montalk and his Katyn Manifesto. - A personal account by Germar Rudolf of time spent in prison. - Review of three recent books on Treblinka. - On Soviet propaganda surrounding the Sachsenhausen camp death toll. - Reviews of "The Black Swan" and "The Gas Vans." - Victories of Revisionism.

We have posted an edition of the revisionist journal The Revisionist which has never been published before: issue no. 2 of 2005. It was scheduled for publication in late October 2005 by its then editor and publisher Germar Rudolf, but right when he was wrapping up this issue, he got arrested by the U.S. authorities and deported to Germany...