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Groundbreaking Research Books on the Biggest Taboo of the Western World
This ambitious, growing series addresses various topics of the infamous “Holocaust” of the WWII era. Most of them are based on decades of archival research in archives all over the world. They are heavily footnoted and referenced. In contrast to most other works on this issue, the tomes of this series approach its topic with the necessary profound academic scrutiny and a critical attitude. Any Holocaust researcher ignoring this series will remain oblivious of the most important research results in the field.
These books are designed to have the power to both convince the common reader as well as academics in this field. And it is very successful with this approach: Ever since its inception, this prestigious series has gained the attention of many western historians and of several opinion leaders worldwide. The final goal is to eventually tip the academic scale, so that academia will start doing its duty: to demand and pursue public scrutiny of this most influential topic of all western societies. Because as long as academics don't do this, the media and politicians certainly won't do it either.
Order information for these books can be found either on CODOH's dedicated pages for each book of this series, or on the website www.holocausthandbooks.com
Copyright Notice: All of these books are available for download free of charge. They have been released to the public domain for educational purposes only. They may be copied and distributed free of charge only. No commercial use is permitted. If copied and distributed, no changes to the books are permitted without the prior written consent of the books' author(s)/editor(s).
So far 24 volumes have appeared in this series, and more are continuously added. You can download a free brochure describing all 24 books here, or you can order a printed copy of this brochure to be sent to you in the mail – free of charge!
So what exactly are you waiting for?
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