Category Archive: Holocaust

Foreword to Fail: “Denying History”

Cover of 2002 edition of Shermer’s 'Why People Believe Weird Things'

This is my foreword to Carlo Mattogo’s book Fail: “Debunking Holocaust Denial Theories.” How James and Lance Morcan Botched Their Attempt to Affirm the Historicity of the Nazi Genocide

Einleitung zu Till Bastian, Auschwitz und die “Auschwitz-Lüge”

Till Bastian. 'Auschwiz und die «Auschwitz-Lüge»'

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Introduction to Fail: “Denying the Holocaust”

D.E. Lipstadt, 'Denying the Holocaust'

This is my introduction to my latest book Fail: “Denying the Holocaust.” How Deborah Lipstadt Botched Her Attempt to Demonstrate the Growing Assault on Truth and Memory

The First Holocaust—The Surprising Origin of the Six-Million Figure

A documentary on the surprising origin of the six-million figure. Germar Rudolf takes the reader on a time travel back until 1850 while tracing back the origin and various usages of the claim that six million Jews were suffering and in danger of being exterminated in a “holocaust.”

Foreword to Fail: “Debunking Holocaust Denial Theories”

This is my foreword to Carlo Mattogo’s book Fail: “Debunking Holocaust Denial Theories.” How James and Lance Morcan Botched Their Attempt to Affirm the Historicity of the Nazi Genocide

Curated Lies — A PowerPoint Presentation

A 1hr 22 min. PowerPoint presentation giving an overview of Carlo Mattogno’s book Curated Lies: The Auschwitz Museum’s Misrepresentations, Distortions and Deceptions.

Foreword to Curated Lies

Igor Bartosik. letter, Auschwitz Museum 31 April 2016

My foreword to Carlo Mattogo’s book Curated Lies: The Auschwitz Museum’s Misrepresentations, Distortions and Deceptions

Stäglich’s “Auschwitz”: Foreword to the 2015 Edition

Toward the end of the Second World War, Wilhelm Stäglich, at that time an officer in the German air force, was stationed in the industrial area of Upper Silesia. He was to help in the defense against Allied bombers who sought to destroy the last intact German industrial area. Stäglich was stationed near the Auschwitz …

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Lecture on Civil Rights and Robert J. van Pelt (video)

These five clips show me during my presentation at the 13th IHR Conference in Irvine, CA, in the Spring of 2000. I am talking mainly about the deterioration of civil rights in Germany as well as about some of the main arguments presented by Jewish professor for cultural history Dr. Robert J. van Pelt in …

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Professor Hot-Air-Nozzle

How does an established German university professor justify the establishment’s complete refusal to enter into discussion with revisionists, when he ought to defend the ideals of the enlightenment, that is to say, a doubting and critical attitude? Prof. Eßbach of Freiburg university demonstrates it: you distort the facts, lie about the opponent, et voilà, you have a compelling reason…

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