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Professor Faurisson’s last public statement and Vincent Reynouard’s illuminating speech are highlights. A Telling Films production: Historical Exactitude Private Gathering, October 2018 by Lady Michele Renouf THIS HISTORIC gathering records the triumphant swan song (against…
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Unbowed, courageous writer and scholar dies of a heart attack at age 89. by Hadding Scott PROFESSOR ROBERT FAURISSON was a professor of French literature at the Sorbonne, and later at the University of Lyon. He was a famous scholar in the 1960s because of his work on French authors like Rimbaud. He was…
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When Hitler came to power in 1933, Europe faced both short and long term threats from the USSR: And Poland’s Pilsudski had repelled the Red Army but this threat lingered, and an existential threat that has played out in reality led to the death of its Empires and ethnic implosion of its peoples.
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by David Sims THE COPYRIGHT to the book The Diary of Anne Frank is owned by the Anne Frank Fund of Basel, Switzerland. Because Anne Frank died of typhus in 1945, any book written by her would have entered the public domain in 2015. To prevent that (so they can keep profiting from sales), the Fund has admitted…
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