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    During the Second World War, Britain's main "dirty tricks" propaganda agency was the Political Warfare Executive (PWE), a unit of the British Foreign Office. This psychological warfare agency invented and distributed "black" propaganda disinformation to boost morale among anti-German British and Americans, and to promote anti-German sentiment in neutral countries. Its work also included manufacturing... Read More
    The U.S. Congress, in a move that further underscores its deferential support for Jewish-Zionist interests, has given Israel a unique security consideration -- one that is not given even to the United States of America. Two years ago Congress formally approved a law making it illegal for American firms to take high-resolution satellite images of... Read More
    Since 1948, the year of the founding by Polish Communist authorities of the Auschwitz State Museum, millions of tourists -- 500,000 visitors per year in the early 1990s -- have visited the crematory building of the main camp (Auschwitz I) with its "gas chamber" room. Museum guides present this crematory structure (Krema) and its "gas... Read More
    A Polish court has decided not to punish a history professor for a "Holocaust denial" book that presents arguments questioning aspects of the familiar Six Million extermination story. On December 7, 1999, the regional court in Opole, in southern Poland, found that Dariusz Ratajczak supported revisionist views on the Holocaust issue in his book, Tematy... Read More
    "Mr. Death" is a stylized documentary that deals with the life and work of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr., a US Federal Court qualified expert in execution technology. On the basis of his qualifications, in 1988 Leuchter was commissioned by German-Canadian publisher Ernst Zündel to conduct the first thorough forensic examination of the alleged Nazi gas... Read More
    Photographic Fraud by a Major Holocaust Organization
    A doctored wartime photograph of the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp displayed by the Simon Wiesenthal Center on its "educational" web site is a good example of how the influential Holocaust organization falsifies history. The Center posts the photograph on its "Multimedia Learning Center Online" web site under the heading "Photo Gallery: Hungarian arrivals after the 'Selektion' at... Read More
    Photo Exhibit of German Army Atrocities Shut Down
    A highly publicized German exhibition of atrocities allegedly carried out by regular German army forces during the Second World War has been closed down in the wake of revelations that many of the harrowing photographs it displayed are deceitful. The organizers of "War of Annihilation: Crimes of the German Armed Forces, 1941-1944," announced the shutdown... Read More
    Opening Statement in the London Libel Trial
    In 1993 a 278-page book called Denying the Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory began appearing in book stores across the United States. In this fervent polemic, author Deborah Lipstadt lashes out against those who dispute Holocaust extermination claims. An entire chapter, packed with distortions and factual errors, is devoted to the Institute... Read More
    Immediately following its publication in late 1995, Les mythes fondateurs de la politique israélienne ("The Founding Myths of Israeli Policy"), touched off a storm of controversy. Its octogenarian Communist-turned-Muslim author had taken aim at the historical legends cited for decades to justify Zionism and the Jewish state, including the most sacred of Jewish-Zionist icons, the... Read More
    Himmler Talks with an American Journalist
    "The Party." That is the commonest phrase in Germany today. It denotes that all-powerful organization, NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers Party) which dominates, energizes, and directs the Third Reich. Just what is the Party, and what are its relations with the Nation, the State Administration, and those numberless organizations characteristic of German life? That was... Read More
    With the dawning of a new century, Holocaust revisionism is making headlines everywhere. Around the globe there is real ferment, a new surge of media attention on Holocaust skepticism, and growing criticism of the oppressive impact of the powerful "Holocaust industry." "Holocaust deniers" are, of course, still widely portrayed as misguided or malevolent. But we... Read More
    Israeli, Syrian and United States negotiators have recently been meeting to work out an agreement by which Israel will return to Syria the Golan Heights, a portion of territory seized by Israeli forces in 1967. According to Israeli diplomatic sources and Israeli newspaper reports (early January 2000), the Jewish state's price for the turnover is... Read More
    Dr. Töben Free After Seven Months In Custody
    Dr. Fredrick Töben, an Australian scholar and educator, is free after seven months in German prison for having disputed Holocaust extermination allegations. He was taken into custody in Mannheim on April 8, 1999, and detained, without bail, until his trial in November. Töben, 55, is a leading Holocaust revisionist writer and publicist in Australia, where... Read More
    Dear Friend, Two decades ago the newly formed Institute for Historical Review threw down a defiant challenge to a corrupt and negligent historical establishment by launching the first issue of The Journal of Historical Review. In the years since, few periodicals have so enraged the ruling elite, and especially the mighty Jewish-Zionist lobby. In spite... Read More
    The Social Danger of Stifling Free Expression
    Political Correctness, derived from an essentially well-intentioned "Code of Conduct," has become an instrument of moralistic terror in Germany. The self-appointed "politically correct" think of themselves as the sole possessors of the truth, and refuse anyone else the right to differ. As [German writer] Martin Walser has pointed out, this applies particularly to the best-known... Read More
    A Refutation of Pressac's 'Criminal Traces'
    As Holocaust historians concede, hard evidence for mass killings in Second World War gas chambers has proven to be elusive. After an extensive search, especially of wartime German wartime records held in Polish archives, French author Jean-Claude Pressac acknowledged in his detailed 1989 study, Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers, that he was... Read More
    A French Scholar's Look at Israel's 'Founding Myths'
    When Les mythes fondateurs de la politique israélienne -- issued by the IHR as The Founding Myths of Modern Israel -- was first published in France at the end of 1995, it unleashed a nationwide sound and fury unmatched by any other revisionist book on the Holocaust, before or since. No book by Paul Rassinier,... Read More
    Bradley Smith is back in the news. The veteran revisionist activist has touched off a major furor that has received nationwide newspaper and television attention with the distribution at Hofstra University in Long Island, New York, of his new 28-page magazine-format publication. He arranged to distribute 5,000 copies of The Revisionist: A Journal of Independent... Read More
    In addition to the phrase "No Holes, No Holocaust," one may now add: "And no light, no smoke, no stench." This is thanks to Dr. Maurice Rossel, an official of the International Committee of the Red Cross, who, in September 1944, visited the Auschwitz camp Commandant. (For more on this, see my 1980, essay, "Sur... Read More
    Dariusz Ratajczak, a professor at the University of Opole in southern Poland, was suspended in April 1999 from his teaching post following protests over his book, "Dangerous Topics," in which he writes sympathetically about revisionist scholarship disputing Holocaust claims. Jewish organizations lost no time in voicing alarm over the new book, which apparently is the... Read More
    Why Hitler Attacked Soviet Russia When He Did
    Until his death in July 1996, Adolf von Thadden was a prominent and respected figure in German "right wing" or "nationalist" (conservative) circles.[1] In this, his final book, this prolific writer concisely and cogently explains why Hitler was compelled, for both political and military reasons, to launch his preemptive strike against the Soviet Union when... Read More
    In late July and early August 1945, just weeks after the end of the war in Europe, the 28-year-old John F. Kennedy visited war-devastated Germany. Accompanying him on this tour was US Navy Secretary James Forrestal (whom President Truman later appointed as the first Secretary of Defense). Kennedy recorded his experiences and observations in a... Read More
    A common deception technique is to falsely caption or otherwise misrepresent an authentic photograph. Shown here is the front cover of a 1943 issue of the British magazine Parade, which was a tool of wartime Allied anti-German propaganda. It purports to show a disheveled and malevolent-looking German soldier, above the caption "Master Race." Derek Knight,... Read More
    Gerhard Förster, a courageous Swiss publisher of revisionist books, died in his sleep during the night of September 22-23, 1998, in a home for the elderly in Baden, northern Switzerland. He was a co-defendant, with Jürgen Graf, in the "Holocaust denial" trial in Switzerland on July 16, 1998 -- the most important legal proceeding so... Read More
    On July 23, 1952, the corrupt King Farouk of V Egypt, an Albanian on his paternal side, was overthrown by a group of young military men calling themselves the Free Officers. The next day, one of the officers, Anwar Sadat, informed the nation by radio that for the first time in two thousand years Egypt... Read More
    The Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902 was more than the first major military clash of the 20th century. Pitting as it did the might of the globe-girdling British Empire, backed by international finance, against a small pioneering nation of independent-minded farmers, ranchers and merchants in southern Africa who lived by the Bible and the rifle, its... Read More
    On February 7, 1996, Elie Wiesel, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and professor at Boston University, was awarded an honorary doctorate by Jules Verne University at Picardy, France. Reporting on the speech delivered by Wiesel on that occasion, the local newspaper (Le Courrier Picard, Feb. 9, 1996) informed readers: Here one can see Elie Wiesel's typical... Read More
    German 'Microwave' Technology to Combat Typhus
    According to popular legend, Auschwitz was an extermination center organized to kill as many Jewish prisoners as possible with the greatest possible dispatch. In fact, though, the authorities responsible for Germany's wartime concentration camp network carried out extensive measures at Auschwitz, and other camps, to save inmates' lives. Though for decades widely known among specialized... Read More
    A London library has removed a book from its collection because it questions Holocaust extermination claims. A report on the incident distributed by the World Jewish Congress relates that a copy of Auschwitz: A Judge Looks at the Evidencewas removed "after a local politician discovered it in the history section and voiced his complaint to... Read More
    Spanish Court Suspends Varela Verdict
    In a victory for free speech in Europe, a high court in Spain has suspended a lower court conviction of a Barcelona book dealer for distributing publications that dispute Holocaust extermination claims. On November 16, 1998, a Barcelona criminal court declared Pedro Varela guilty of inciting racial hatred and of denying or justifying genocide, and... Read More
    A Critical Response
    As a Journal subscriber of ten years, a supporter of the Institute, and an attendee of the Tenth IHR Conference (1990), I share views similar to yours in most historical issues. But I must protest sharply against two articles about American Indians in the May-June 1998 Journal issue: "The Noble Red Man" by Mark Twain,... Read More
    Dear Friend, With the outlook for the IHR now brighter than its been in years, we're pleased to announce that Ted O'Keefe will soon be rejoining the IHR team. He's set to move here from New Jersey in early September. During the seven years he worked here, 1986 to 1994, Ted amply proved his skills... Read More
    A look at how German authorities treated Jews in Belgium during the years of wartime occupation is revealing because it is difficult to reconcile their policies with a German program systematically to exterminate Europe's Jews. Belgium was quickly overrun by German military forces in May 1940, and after 18 days the country surrendered. Although the... Read More
    The Little-Known Figure Behind Britain's Daring Long Range Desert Patrols
    Specialist military units of the commando type enjoyed wide vogue during the Second World War, and what little military glamor shone through the conflict was confined almost exclusively to these private armies. They were the stuff of which legends are made. Bold leaders harassing armies with mosquito forces naturally became headline heroes in a war... Read More
    The Modeler's Bane
    Since 1945 the swastika has been banned in Germany, where symbols, songs, pictures, slogans and even greetings associated with the Hitler era can earn the offender a stiff fine or even a prison term. Of course the swastika was hardly unique to Third Reich Germany. Centuries before Hitler adopted it as the symbol of his... Read More
    The reputation of Britain's most famous Second World War military commander has suffered a major blow with recent disclosures about his "racist master plan" for postwar Africa. Sir Bernard Law Montgomery (1887-1976) is perhaps best known for his victory as commander of the British Eighth Army over Afrika Korps leader Erwin Rommel at El Alamein... Read More
    "Nothing can alter my inner soul: I shall pursue my own straight course and shall do what I believe to be right and honorable." -- Frederick the Great   "The good society is marked by a high degree of order, justice, and freedom. Among these, order has primacy: for justice cannot be enforced until a... Read More
    "Was someone an 'Auschwitz denier' if, a decade ago, he disputed the officially sanctioned thesis that four million human beings were gassed in Auschwitz -- that is, in the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp? Should Daniel Goldhagen today be considered an 'Auschwitz denier' because, in a passage right at the beginning of his book that reviewers and critics... Read More
    Were Biological Weapons Used Against Germans at Stalingrad?
    Of humanity's many noteworthy achievements and inventions, few are as evil and as horrifying as biological warfare: deliberate, government-ordered mass killing of people with lethal diseases. During the Second World War, the Japanese army maintained a secret biological warfare testing program, as did the United States during the 1950s and 1960s. In 1969 President Nixon... Read More
    "Nothing can alter my inner soul: I shall pursue my own straight course and shall do what I believe to be right and honorable. " -- Frederick the Great "The good society is marked by a high degree of order, justice, and freedom. Among these, order has primacy: for justice cannot be enforced until a... Read More
    Dear Friend, Throughout the costly and time-consuming legal battle with Willis Carto over his diversion of millions of dollars from the IHR, we've tried hard to reach a peaceful, out-of-court settlement. Even after a California Superior Court ordered Carto and Liberty Lobby to pay back the diverted money, we continued to work for a peaceful... Read More
    One isn’t supposed to say this, but many people believe that Israel now holds the White House, the Senate, and much of the American media in its hands. This is what is known as an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. The odd thing is that it is held by many Israelis. In an essay reprinted in the... Read More
    The Little-Known Story of Percy Hobart
    Winston Churchill threw down the Sunday Pictorial on the morning of August 11, 1940, with an angry scowl on his face. "We Have Wasted Brains!" blazed the headline to a slashingly critical article by Britain's top military analyst, Captain B. H. Liddell Hart. Dominating the page was a photograph of a hawk-faced officer in the... Read More
    Raul Hilberg, the most prestigious of the authors who defend the thesis of the physical extermination of Jews by the Germans during the Second World War, began his investigation of this subject in 1948. In 1961, after more than a dozen years' labor, he published The Destruction of the European Jews (Chicago: Quadrangle Books). In... Read More
    In October 1996 a German government agency "indexed" as "dangerous to youth" translations of two popular leaflets published by the Institute for Historical Review. Germany's "Federal Review Agency for Literature Dangerous to Youth" (Bundesprüfstelle für jugendgefährdende Schriften), acting at the request of the country's Interior Ministry, "indexed" unauthorized Internet translations of "The Holocaust: Let's Hear... Read More
    World Jewish Congress Called 'Morally False'
    For several years now, the World Jewish Congress and other major Jewish organizations have waged a fierce and much-publicized campaign to force Switzerland to pay millions to Jewish organizations and Holocaust survivors, to compensate for money allegedly deposited in Swiss banks by Jews who later perished during the Second World War, and for gold purchased... Read More
    A Strange Alliance Through History
    It has, for many years, been a tactic of those who seek to silence open debate and discussion of US Middle East policy to accuse critics of Israel of "anti-Semitism." In a widely discussed article entitled "J'Accuse" (Commentary, September 1983), Norman Podhoretz charged America's leading journalists, newspapers and television networks with "anti-Semitism" because of their... Read More
    In terms of global impact, especially in France and the Arab-Muslin world, one of the most important revisionist works to appear in recent years is Les mythes fondateurs de la politique israélienne ("The Founding Myths of Israeli Policy"), a readable and well referenced work by noted French author and intellectual Roger Garaudy. In a much-publicized... Read More
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