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Andreas R. Wesserle Arthur R. Butz Arthur S. Ward Bezalel Chaim Carlo Mattogno Charles E. Weber Charles Lutton Dan Desjardins Daniel W. Michaels David Irving Ditlieb Felderer Donald Neff Doug Collins Enrique Aynat Fred A. Leuchter, Jr. Friedrich Paul Berg Greg Raven H. Keith Thompson Harry Elmer Barnes IHR Staff Ian B. Warren Ivor Benson J. Marcellus Jack Wikoff James J. Martin John Bennett John Cobden John M. Ries John Weir Joseph Bishop Joseph Sobran Jürgen Graf Keith Stimely L.A. Rollins Lewis Brandon Mark Weber Martin A. Larson Paul Grubach Percy L. Greaves, Jr. R. Clarence Lang Revilo P. Oliver Robert A. Hall, Jr. Robert Clive Robert Faurisson Samuel Crowell Samuel Edward Konkin III Theodore J. O'Keefe Victor Marchetti Wilhelm Stäglich William Grimstad A. Dibert Abdullah Mohammad Sindi Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Aleksandras Shtromas Alexander Cockburn Alexander E. Ronnett, M.D. Alexander V. Berkis Alfred M. Lilienthal Allan C. Brownfeld Andrew Allen Andrew Gray Andrew Montgomery Anthony Kubek Anthony O. Oluwatoyin Antony Charles Ariel Sharon Arthur Ponsonby Austin J. App Basil Dmytryshyn Bernhard Schaub Bradley R. Smith Brian A. Renk Brian Chalmers Brian Renk Carl O. Nordling Carlos W. Porter Charles A. Lindbergh Charles D. Provan Charles Stanwood Claus Nordbruch Costas Zaverdinos Darryl Hattenhauer David Baxter David Cole David L. Hoggan Dean Clarence Manion Dennis Nayland Smith Desmond Hansen Don Heddesheimer Donald E. Tarter Dr. William B. Lindsey Eduard Bloch Edward Johnson Elisabeth Kuesters Eric Breindel Ernst Nolte Ernst Zündel Faust Bradescu, Ph.D Florentine Rost van Tonningen Francis Parker Yockey Frank H. Hankins Frederick Kerr Fredrick Töben Geoff Muirden Georg Franz-Willing Germar Rudolf Glayde Whitney Goldwin Smith Gregory P. Pavlik Hans von der Heide Heinz Nawratil Hellmut Diwald Henri Roques Henry M. Adams Herman Otten Hideo Miki Horst Kehl Howard F. Stein Ibrahim Alloush Ingrid Weckert Issah Nakhleh James Alexander James B. Whisker James Ennes James Hawkins Janet Reilly Jeff Riggenbach Jeffrey Rogers Hummel Jerome A. Brentar Joachim Hoffmann John Mueller John P. Strang John Sack John Sheehan John Toland Joseph Halow K. C. Gleason Karl Brecht Karl Otto Braun Kevin Beary Kevin MacDonald L. A. Rollins Leon B. Poullada Leon Degrelle Leonhard Friedrich Lesya Jones Lothrop Stoddard Louis FitzGibbon Louis Vezelis M. Broszat M. Seleshko MacKenzie Paine Mario Consoli Martin Brech Martin Merson Mary Ball Martinez Michael A. Hoffman II Michael Berenbaum Michiko Hasegawa Mohamed Hasanein Heikal Murray Rothbard Nelson Rosit Noam Chomsky Oswald Spengler Otto Ernst Remer Otto Kanold Paul N. McCloskey, Jr. Paul Rassinier Peter H. Oppenheimer Peter H. Peel Peter Harrison Peter Wainwright Philip Beck Phillip Tourney Rachelle Marshall Ranjan Borra Reinhard K. Buchner Richard A. Widmann Richard H. Curtiss Richard Harwood Richard Landwehr Richard Lawson Richard Verrall Robert Atelier Robert C. Black Robert H. Countess Robert H. Williams Robert J. Chapman Robert John Robert Martello Robert Morgan Robert Row Roger A. Stolley Roger Garaudy Ronald Klett Rudolf Hess Russ Granata S. Verbeke Sam Dickson Sami Hadawi Samuel Taylor Scott L. Smith Serban C. Andronescu Serge Thion Srinidhi Anantharamiah Stephanie Schoeman T.D. Hendry Theodore J. O\'Keefe Thies Christophersen Thomas Fleming Thomas Henry Irwin Thomas Jackson Timothy W. Ryback Tom Sunic Trevor J. Constable Tyler Kent Udo Walendy Valentyn Moroz W.K.F. Schuldes W.K.v.U.-Ziechmann W.R. Silberstein Walter Lüftl Walter N. Sanning Wayland D. Smith Werner Wilhelm Laska Will Rogers William B. Hesseltine William B. Lindsey William Henry Chamberlin Wolf Rüdiger Hess Yûnus Bahrî Zoltán Bruckner
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    Afghanistan "To robbery, slaughter, plunder, they give the lying name of empire; they make a desert, and call it peace," wrote the Roman historian Tacitus, in a free version of a British terrorist's anti-Roman rant nearly two millennia ago. Afghanistan seems to have been mostly desert even before the past twenty years of war and... Read More
    So ingrained has the Six Million figure become in the popular consciousness that while the average American may be quite sure that six million Jews were slaughtered by the Germans in the Second World War -- that is, in what is now called “the Holocaust” -- he has no idea of how many British, Poles,... Read More
    With a robust attendance and informative, stimulating addresses, David Irving's third annual "Real History" conference was a roaring success. About 150 persons, most of them from the eastern and central United States, and a few from as far away as Australia, met over Labor Day weekend -- Friday, August 31, through Monday, September 3 --... Read More
    On Recent Evidence for Zyklon Induction Holes at Auschwitz-Birkenau Crematory II
    What has been described as "the most extensive judicial examination of the Holocaust period since the [1961] Adolf Eichmann trial in Israel," David Irving's libel action against Deborah Lipstadt, generated a wealth of fresh research and renewed the debate over gassing at Auschwitz during the Second World War.[1] No aspect of the Auschwitz gassing claim... Read More
    [***MISMATCH ERRORS***: AMarks = 1] You might wonder why a man would leave northern California and come to southern California in the middle of a lovely weekend. I came because I respect the thesis of this organization -- the thesis being that there should be a reexamination of whatever governments say or politicians say or... Read More
    The July-September 2001 issue of the French journal Vingtième Siècle includes a useful, if gingerly, refutation of a canard that has resurfaced long after it was hatched at Nuremberg: the claim that Himmler had stated that he planned to starve thirty million Slavs in connection with the Russian campaign. This accusation, part of the testimony... Read More
    In Europe, revisionists met in Trieste under the auspices of the Nuovo Ordine Nazionale last October 6-7. Civilized Italy has lagged behind northern Europe in making it a crime to doubt the prescribed (and imposed) history, and speakers from four different continents were on hand to question and discuss questions ranging from Mussolini's unsuccessful diplomacy... Read More
    In The Giant with Feet of Clay, the able and productive revisionist researcher and polemicist Jürgen Graf has undertaken to examine the standard scholarly treatment of the Holocaust, Professor Raul Hilberg's Destruction of the European Jews, in exacting detail. Graf's treatment of Giant is both less and more than a book review. He has chosen... Read More
    As the sixtieth anniversary of what President Franklin Roosevelt called "a date which will live in infamy" (and who would know that better than he?) passes, the controversy over Pearl Harbor is as lively as ever. In no other area of the history of the Second World War have revisionists had quite as much success... Read More
    There is a certain class of history books that are interesting and valuable in spite of a lack of original insight or creativity on the part of the author. Richard Evans's massive tome on the nineteenth century outbreaks of cholera in North Germany, Death in Hamburg, is one such. Paul Weindling's Epidemics and Genocide in... Read More
    A recent article has revealed that Viktor Frankl, the famous psychiatrist and emblematic Auschwitz survivor, greatly embroidered on his meager time at Auschwitz. This news casts a shadow over the veracity of Frankl's famous memoir, Man's Search for Meaning. Of even more interest, however, is a question that arises when considering the Auschwitz State Museum's... Read More
    This expanded issue of the Journal coincides with the sixtieth anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. As it goes to press, the same questions about Pearl Harbor -- to what extent did U.S. policies invite the attack? how much did our government know in advance? -- still swirl around the ruins of the World Trade... Read More
    Russian and German Historians Debate Barbarossa and Its Aftermath
    Revising the history of the Second World War's crucial Russo-German campaign is very much a work in progress, nowhere more so than in Russia and Germany. Ever since Viktor Suvorov (Vladimir Rezun) broke the ice a decade ago with his sensational Ledokol (published in English as Icebreaker [reviewed in the Journal of Historical Review, (Nov.-Dec.... Read More
    Without the lie of the alleged Holocaust and the alleged gas chambers, the State of Israel would not exist, and the world would be a more peaceful place. The false Holocaust has become the sword and the shield of Israel, endangering peace. An imaginary holocaust, invented and nurtured by the Zionists of Israel and the... Read More
    [table][tr][td] 1948[td] U.S. recognizes Israel; Israeli forces occupy territories assigned to Palestinians by U.N. partition plan; massacre at Deir Yasin by forces commanded by Menachem Begin; other massacres, expulsions by Israeli forces create unsolved Palestinian refugee problem; U.N. mediator Folke Bernadotte murdered on orders of Yitzhak Shamir; President Truman authorizes initial U.S. economic aid to... Read More
    Phil Eversoul, in a letter to the editor that appeared in vol. 20, no.2 of the Journal, citing my article "The Rudolf Case, Irving's Lost Libel Suit and the Future of Revisionism" (JHR 19, no. 5, pp. 26-61), asks "... why did Zaverdinos allow Irving's statements to go unchallenged?" The Journal's editor wrote in reply... Read More
    First word of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon reached us at the Institute for Historical Review shortly after 7 a.m. (PST), September 11. As we followed the breaking news on our radios and over the Internet, our initial consternation was quickly followed by an awareness of the possible implications of... Read More
    It has been fourteen years since the publication of the first volume of David Irving's three-part biography of Britain's legendary wartime leader. This second volume, subtitled "Triumph in Adversity," traces Winston Churchill's career from June 1941 through July 1943, the pivotal period when, after calamitous setbacks, the tide of the war turned decisively in favor... Read More
    After an imperial century abroad, America has suffered, on its home soil, an attack on its citizens unprecedented in its history. As so often in the past six decades, whether at Dresden or Hiroshima, Beirut or Baghdad, terror came from the sky. At this writing, the United States is once again waging an undeclared war... Read More
    The massacre at Deir Yasin, the Palestinian village near Jerusalem where Menachem Begin's Irgun and Yitzhak Shamir's Lehi slaughtered over two hundred fifty Palestinians on April 9, 1948, has long symbolized the ruthlessness with which the Zionists seized the Holy Land and killed or displaced so many of its inhabitants. Strange to say, the notoriety... Read More
    With thousands of victims and riveting images of death and destruction, war has come home to America with terrible, devastating suddenness. Together with our fellow citizens, we mourn the many victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon building. But beyond the feelings of grief... Read More
    Among the many tart insights in Robert Novick's Holocaust in American Life (reviewed in JHR 20, no. 1 [January-February, 2001]) is his brief consideration of the part that Haj Amin al Husseini, the mufti of Jerusalem, has played in Zionist and Holocaust propaganda. As Novick notes, Husseini, the leading Palestinian nationalist leader from the 1920s... Read More
    Air Raid Shelters and Gas Protection in Germany, 1939-1945
    Recently the argument has been advanced that each of the crematoria at Birkenau was equipped with a gastight bomb shelter. The argument was first made in the summer of 1996 by Arthur R. Butz, with respect to Crematoria II and III in his Vergasungskeller article.[1] In the spring of 1997 the concept was extended to... Read More
    Doug Collins, award-winning journalist, staunch defender of freedom of speech, and friend of historical revisionism, died on September 29, 2001, after a brief illness. He was eighty-one. He is survived by his wife, three adult sons, and seven grand-children. From 1984 until his retirement in 1997 his regular column in the North Shore News of... Read More
    At three hours long, Pearl Harbor strains to be an epic. Unfortunately, it falls short both as epic fact and epic fiction. The movie's chief focus is on the feelings and motives of a few young Americans in 1941, with a well-known Japanese attack thrown in. The 45-minute-long battle sequence just suffices to make Pearl... Read More
    For the historian, the sociologist, or the jurist, the case of Australian revisionist Fredrick Töben is one of the simplest and most instructive. It is also both appalling and amusing. One day, moved by curiosity, this German-born Australian departed the antipodes for France, to confer with a revisionist who had coined the phrase "No holes,... Read More
    The publication of Jan Tomasz Gross' Neighbors in Poland in the spring of 2000 elicited strong protests in the author's native country. Many considered the book, a meditation about a massacre of Jews allegedly carried out by Poles in the summer of 1941, an accusation of Polish complicity in the Holocaust. When Princeton University Press... Read More
    Samuel Crowell's essay "Beyond Auschwitz" (in the March-April 2001 Journal) is spoiled by his unfounded assertion that "some portion of non-working Hungarian Jews could [emphasis added] have been killed," but that their number "could not have been more than a few tens of thousands at most." While Hungarian Jews may well have been executed for... Read More
    My seven months' imprisonment in Mannheim, Germany in 1999 was quite a physical and mental experience for me, and I shall attempt to contextualize this within a personal historical narrative that may shed some light on the persecutors' mind-set. I can ask you: which version of my story do you want to hear? The good... Read More
    Children sometimes mimic the sounds and gestures of characters, whether fictitious or real, that they see as frightening and omnipotent, including parents, teachers, and older siblings. These become rich sources for emulation in play, alone or with other children. From the inception of consciousness, humans search for mechanisms to cope with perceived threats from external... Read More
    This issue's cover photo, showing Australian revisionist Dr. Fredrick Töben meeting university students in Iran, expresses themes of travel, discovery, communication, teaching, and learning that have been central to historical revisionism since at least 1926, when revisionism's founding spirit, Professor Harry Elmer Barnes, made his first research and lecture tour of Europe. It also documents... Read More
    Five introductory remarks: I do mean "the leaders," and not: "the intellectuals, the academics, the journalists," some of whom have already expressed themselves on the matter; The word "Holocaust" (always to be placed in quotation marks) designates the triple myth of the alleged genocide of the Jews, the alleged Nazi gas chambers, and the alleged... Read More
    At a time when Palestinian resistance to Israeli occupation is stiffening and the brutality of Zionist oppression is becoming ever more obvious, Holocaust revisionism is catching fire across the Arab world. "The trend among public opinion in the Arab world today," one prominent Arab journalist recently wrote, "whether we like it or not -- is... Read More
    Editor: Nearly a decade ago the Moroccan revisionist Ahmed Rami said that in proselytizing Muslims, Holocaust revisionists were pushing on an open door. In other words, Muslims already mistrusted everything Jews and Zionists said and did--so why make an exception for the Holocaust hoax? Was Rami correct? If so, why have Arabs and Muslims recently... Read More
    An Open Letter to Fourteen Arab Intellectuals
    April 10, 2001 To: Adonis (Ali Ahmad Said) Mahmoud Darwish Mohammed Harbi Elias Khoury Gerard Khoury Salah Stetie Mohamad Berada Jamel Eddine Ben Sheikh Edward W. Said Dominique Edde Fayez Mallas Farouk Mardam-Bey Khalida Said Elias Sanbar Recently you issued a public statement calling on authorities in Lebanon to ban the "Revisionism and Zionism" conference... Read More
    In the September-October 2000 issue of the Journal, Costas Zaverdinos writes: As [Deborah Lipstadt's attorney] Rampton put it in his closing speech: "Mr. Irving has been driven, in the face of overwhelming evidence presented by Professor Robert Jan van Pelt, Professor Christopher Browning and Dr. Longerich, to concede that there were indeed mass murders on... Read More
    The success in 1998 of Steven Spielberg's smarmy Saving Private Ryan has inspired a reawakening of interest in epic movies of the Second World War. The latest of these, Enemy at the Gates, set in the cataclysmic siege of Stalingrad, is long on drama, short on historical accuracy. As historical epic to rank with Lawrence... Read More
    In Between the Alps and a Hard Place, distinguished U.S. foreign policy adviser (and long-standing supporter of Israel) Angelo Codevilla takes the Clinton administration to task for collaborating with the World Jewish Congress to extract, by means of moral blackmail, billions of dollars from Swiss, Austrian, and German banks and businesses. Codevilla charges further that... Read More
    Gestapo Chief, more than seventy thousand copies of which have reportedly been sold, is the product of an inventive mind and much hard work. It purports to present long-suppressed secret documents with startling revelations about Third Reich Germany, Hitler, Roosevelt, Churchill, and the Second World War. This book, and three others in the Gestapo Chief... Read More
    "Auschwitz" has come to symbolize the greatest crime in human history. The significance of the alleged murder of a million or more persons, most of them Jewish, by gassing at the German concentration camp of that name has elicited endless discussion among philosophers, theologians, and litterateurs as well as jurists and historians, and evoked numberless... Read More
    Given the belief that Auschwitz was a unique slaughterhouse in which a million, or several millions, were gassed and burned, the question of whether the Allies could have done something to stop the supposed slaughter there is a natural one. In fact, aerial attacks on the alleged gas chambers of Auschwitz were proposed during the... Read More
    Authoritative opinion has long held that Auschwitz is emblematic of twentieth century evil, the nexus of a high technology refined and perfected in the interest of a totalitarian regime and a fanatical ideology based on group hatred. So we are informed, with constant certitude and growing stridency, by statesmen and scholars, ecclesiastics and pundits, leaders... Read More
    Well before the Second World War ended, the claim that the Nazis lured their victims into gas chambers under the pretense that they were entering showers was widely reported in the press. This linkage of showers and gassing is probably one reason why Allied soldiers, finding naked bodies in the camps, simply assumed that these... Read More
    The Unregistered Inmates of Auschwitz
    Orthodox historians of the Holocaust have long maintained that most Jews who arrived at Auschwitz, and were not soon registered as inmates there, met a quick end in the gas chambers. Typical of the prevailing view is the opinion of Yisrael Gutman, chairman of Yad Vashem's Academic Committee, that "more than one million Jews were... Read More
    New Light on the Fate of the Hungarian Jews
    According to the standard anti-revisionist history of the Holocaust, from May to July of 1944 approximately 430,000 Jews from wartime Hungary were deported to Auschwitz, and about ninety percent of them immediately selected out, gassed, and burned. Most of the remainder were held as "transport Jews" (Durchgangsjuden) until their transfer to other camps.[1] The support... Read More
    In the past couple of years, two books by American Jewish professors have served to initiate public debate about the use and abuse of the Holocaust. In his 1999 Holocaust in American Life, Peter Novick, a professor of history at the University of Chicago, traced the evolution of the concept "Holocaust" in the United States... Read More
    Promotion of Holocaust claims has been a boom industry of late, considering the run-away best-seller by Daniel Goldhagen (which claimed that all Germans were responsible for mass executions of Jews), the financial extortion of the Swiss banks and German businesses, the legal travails of anyone outside of the U.S. who has the temerity to question... Read More
    It's a real pleasure for me to be here. I always love to come to an IHR conference, because it lets you put faces with names. For instance, this morning I met a lovely black lady, young, pretty. I soon found out that I've been talking to this woman for four or five years on... Read More
    In 1951, portions of a memoir attributed to a former inmate of Auschwitz, Dr. Miklos Nyiszli, appeared in France. Nyiszli's account caught the eye of another former prisoner of the Germans during the Second World War, Professor Paul Rassinier. He was struck by the exaggerations and absurdities of Nyiszli's story, which allowed the reader to... Read More
    Whoever doubted the social-political importance of Holocaust revisionism could doubt it no more following the success of frantic efforts this March by Jewish groups, supported by the U.S. government, to ban a peaceful, privately organized revisionist meeting in Lebanon. Caving in to pressure from the State Department and powerful Zionist organizations, the Lebanese government banned... Read More
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    The unspoken statistical reality of urban crime over the last quarter century.
    Our Reigning Political Puppets, Dancing to Invisible Strings
    Talk TV sensationalists and axe-grinding ideologues have fallen for a myth of immigrant lawlessness.