We've expanded and improved the biographical information about David McCalden
, given the interest in this year's Halloween contest
. Also, we're now making available another one of McCalden's booklets, Exiles from History,
which is linked from his biography along with his piece, The Amazing, Rapidly-Shrinking 'Holocaust'
. A version of this biographical information is set to appear in an upcoming issue of Bradley Smith's "Smith's Report." A report on our latest Halloween contest is also slated for "Smith's Report."
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German revisionist Germar Rudolf will appear Tuesday in the state court in Mannheim, accused of 'denying the Holocaust' since 1997 via documents and on the Internet. 'Denying the Holocaust' is a crime in Germany, where it carries a maximum sentence of five years. U.S. authorities arrested Rudolf in 2005 when he appeared at an immigration office in Chicago to apply for a green card based on his marriage to a U.S. citizen.
The deputy leader of France’s National Front (FN) party, Bruno Gollnisch, went on trial Tuesday for "disputing crimes against humanity" over comments he made two years ago on the Holocaust. Gollnisch, 56, who is a member of the European parliament, faces a possible year in jail if he is found guilty after two days of hearings. In October 2004 Gollnisch said at a press conference that he did not "question the deportations (nor) the hundreds of thousands, the millions of dead ... As for the way they died, there has to be debate." He went on: "I do not deny the existence of deadly gas chambers. But I am not a specialist on this, and I think we should leave historians to discuss it. And this discussion should be free."
The site containing the video, "One Third of the Holocaust," has moved to a new URL
, and made each segment available on YouTube (search for "holocaust denial movie"). As a short-cut, we've made the YouTube versions available here
. The quality is better on the main site, but the YouTube versions are still very effective.
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