Newsitems tagged with "Revisionism"
Sept. 2, 2012, 7 p.m.

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.

July 21, 2016, 7:01 a.m.

Special Treatment in Auschwitz, 2nd, updated edition:

According to official historiography, terms like "special treatment," or "special action," when occurring in German documents in the context of the "Holocaust", were camouflage words which really meant the killing of inmates. By bringing numerous documents into their proper historical context, Carlo Mattogno shows that this interpretation is profoundly wrong...

Nov. 8, 2016, 8:46 a.m.

The Auschwitz Camp had sickbays and hospitals where thousands of inmates were cured. Since late 1942, the camp authorities, foremost the garrison physician Dr. Wirths, tried with all conceivable means to keep the Auschwitz inmates alive and healthy. 

This new book from Castle Hill Publishers, Volume 33 of our Holocaust Handbooks, is full of irrefutable documentary evidence for that.

Nov. 18, 2016, 3:26 a.m.

03 March 2010.(6:30 min). Smith addresses the opinion piece by UW-Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin, published in the Badger Herald on 02 March. He questions the Holocaust ideology maintained by the professorial class whereby the professor holds absolute authority over what questions students can ask and cannot ask about the Holocaust without putting themselves at risk of self-destruction.