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In 2011 the exterminationist Holocaust Controversies blog published a study claiming to refute three revisionist monographs. After 20 months of hard work, the revisionist rebuttal is now available as a PDF file. This 1554 pp. work exposes the severe deficiencies and inconsistencies of this failed attempt at refuting revisionism.
As indicated in an earlier newspost, a new, gargantuan work of three of the world's leading revisionists was released roughly a month ago. Now this book, in a slightly trimmed-down version, is also available for purchase.
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...
This video comes from the March 7, 2014 National Summit to Reassess the US-Israel Special Relationship. The teaching of the Holocaust in American schools is questioned by one participant who fairly classifies the Holocaust as a religious belief and its teaching as the violation of laicism at the public school system.
What happened in Baja those three remarkable days in June( 2007) is enough to not only help revitalize a fatigued, persecuted revisionist community, but also to take Holocaust revisionism to new heights
“Whoever takes it upon himself to write an honest intellectual history of twentieth-century Europe will need a strong stomach. But he will need something more. He will need to overcome his disgust long enough to ponder the roots of this strange and puzzling phenomenon.”—Mark Lilla
A four hour video that deals with both some of the revisionist analysis of the Holocaust as well as the orthodox narrative.
Una revisión del diario de Ana Frank y sus inconsistencias. Aquí se analiza paso por paso la imposibilidad de que Ana Frank haya escrito este famoso diario.