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Historical Revisionism

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A PARIS COURT on Tuesday this week gave Prof. Robert Faurisson — an 87-year-old half-French, half Scot who was Professor of French Literature at the University of Lyon — a four-month suspended jail sentence and a €4,000 fine. Judgement on a further charge will be given later this…
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Essays

BELIEFS COME from people. They don’t just float in the air — it takes real people to transmit beliefs. And if you say that certain beliefs are incorrect, then the people who transmitted those beliefs were, for some reason, transmitting incorrect beliefs. How and why did this happen? And…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

An Interview With Ernst Zündel by Kevin Alfred Strom (1995) ON THE FRONT LINES in the war to save our people is where you will find German-Canadian free speech advocate and revisionist author and publisher Mr. Ernst Zündel (pictured) of Toronto. Mr. Zündel in recent weeks has very nearly become a…
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Classic Essays

Another major revisionist work from Britain IF ANY PUBLISHER in the world today deserves the commendation of that minuscule but hardy band of human beings who still like to hear both sides of an important issue, it is the Historical Review Press. Almost alone, this gutsy little British publishing…
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Essays

Answer: Because they don’t read Revisionist research and writings. MAYBE HALF the people who believe in the so-called Holocaust have never given it any real thought. They would be shocked if they read a good selection of the main points made in Revisionist research. Just a summary won’t…
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by JAN27.org Committee IN SPITE OF revisionist historians’ voluminous proof — evident and growing since the 1970s — that Auschwitz was not a “death camp,” that silly and grisly tale continues to be promoted in world media and through “anti-denial” laws in most…
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Essays

by Mark Weber DURING THE Second World War, George Orwell (pictured) wrote a weekly radio political commentary, designed to counter German and Japanese propaganda in India, that was broadcast over the BBC overseas service. His wartime work for the BBC was a major inspiration for his monumental novel,…
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by Mark Weber VIRTUALLY EVERY major biography of Adolf Hitler or history of the Third Reich quotes from the memoir of Hermann Rauschning (pictured), a former National Socialist Senate President of Danzig. In the book published in Britain as Hitler Speaks (London, 1939) and in America as The Voice
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