New Edition: C. Mattogno, "Commandant of Auschwitz"

New Edition: 	C. Mattogno, "Commandant of Auschwitz"

In September of last year, we started translating into German Carlo Mattogno's monograph on Rudolf Höss, which forms Volume 35 of our prestigious series Holocaust Handbooks. It will be released in a few days. Along the way, numerous minor corrections were also made to the English translation, resulting in a new, improved edition we have just released:

C. Mattogno, R. Höss: Commandant of Auschwitz, 2nd, corrected edition (paperback, PDF, ePub, Kindle)

From 1940 to 1943, Rudolf Höss was the commandant of the infamous Auschwitz Camp. After the war, he was captured by the British. In the following 13 months until his execution, he made 85 depositions of various kinds, in which he confessed his involvement in the "Holocaust." This study analyzes them all by checking Höss's claims for internal consistency and comparing them with established historical facts. The results are eye-opening… 411 pp., £19/$25

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Jett Rucker on Feb. 3, 2020, 9:08 p.m.

Höss discovered that shocking confessions not only improved the treatment he received in over a year of imprisonment (that's a long time, whether you're going to be executed or not), but even prolonged his life, or deferred his to-be-feared execution, quite like Scheherezade of 1,001 Tales of Arabian Nights. In fact, Smith's Report carried my own article on this theme not too long ago. See