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The Fall issue of Inconvenient History is now on-line! The papers: Editorial: Imprisoned at Ellis Island, by Richard Widmann Count Potocki de Montalk and the Katyn Manifesto, by K.R. Bolton A Revisionist in Prison, by Germar Rudolf Three Books on Treblinka, by Thomas Kues The Number of Victims of Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, by Klaus Schwensen Review: The Black Swan, by Ezra MacVie Review: The Gas Vans, by Richard A. Widmann Comment: Revisionism's Final Victories, by Jett Rucker If you have anything you're working on that would be suitable and ready for our Winter issue, please contact the editor at the IH Contact US page.
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.
Winter is here! Warm up with the new issue of Inconvenient History! The Winter issue of Inconvenient History is now on-line! The papers: Editorial: Uncle Sam, May I?, by Jett Rucker The Rumbula Massacre – A Critical Examination of the Facts, Part 1, by Thomas Kues And the War Came, by Ralph Raico Unholy Pursuit: The Charles Zentai Case in Australia, by Nigel Jackson Why They Said There Were Gas Chambers, by Jett Rucker From the Memoirs of a German Soldier, by Nemo Anonymous Smoking Crematory Chimney at Auschwitz: A Correction, by Robert Bartec Review: In the Garden of Beasts, by Ezra MacVie If you have anything you're working on that would be suitable and ready for our Spring issue of 2013, please contact the editor at the IH Contact US page.

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, no. 1 of volume 6 (Spring 2014) is now on-line. This issue features the articles: No Smoking Gun, No Silver Bullets: The Real News of Rosenberg's Diaries, by Richard Widmann; Gypsy Holocaust? The Gypsies under the National Socialist Regime, by Carlo Mattogno; Stalin's German-Nationalist Party, by K.R. Bolton; Revisionism and the Power of Truth, by Nigel Jackson; The Road to World War II, by Ralph Raico; A Real World War II Death Camp: Oak Ridge, USA, by Jett Rucker; Review: Savage Continent, by Ezra MacVie; Review: The “Extermination Camps” of “Aktion Reinhardt”, by Friedrich Jansson.

CODOH becomes publisher of IH Inconvenient History is pleased to announce that the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust (CODOH) has become our new publisher. CODOH is the longest running organization struggling for a free and open debate on the subject of the Holocaust. CODOH was founded in 1990 to encourage a free exchange of ideas with regard to the orthodox Holocaust narrative. Our new association with CODOH will in no way limit the scope of our journal. Our mission remains the same: to revive the true spirit of the historical revisionist movement; a movement that was established primarily to foster peace through an objective understanding of the causes of modern warfare. At Inconvenient History, we have always believed that cutting through the exaggerations, lies and propaganda of the Holocaust story must be the starting point for any contemporary revisionist journal. We also understand that this territory is plagued …