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Newly-released document supports revisionist position

Thursday, December 28, 2006

A newly-released document from J.A. Topf & Söhne supports the revisionist position that the morgues in the Birkenau crematories were not Nazi gas chambers. The existence of the document, dated February 1943, has long been known, but only now is it being made available to researchers. The full details can be found on the CODOH site.


Letters to the Webmaster: 'holacost details'

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Dear Sir

My wifes great uncle was one of the soldiers that liberated bergen belsen and his photographs of the many thousands of dead bodies have been on show as part of the official photographs of the attrocities committed there

I am pleased to tell you that he always admitted that after finding the bodies and getting over the shock they collected together all the SS and local nazi soldiers and had some fun with them

For the SS they used to shoot them in the gut and lay bets on how long they could scream. If they went quite they would cover some or all of them in petrol a set them a light. They then had further fun seeing how far these human torches could run. sometimes they would set fire t o a number of men if they wanted to get a good display going.

For the nazi soldiers they had them did a large hole and climb in after which they covered them using a buldozer. It took several hours for the mound to stop crying. During this time they sat round eating and laughing

My wifes uncle only regret was that the army would not send over more prisoners for him to dispose of

I hope this helps you relise that your publication is utter rubbish and am pleased to say why not to many from belson were ever tried for criimes they committed

Tom James


Irving released from prison

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Vienna's highest court has ruled that controversial British author David Irving can be released from jail. The court granted the historian's appeal against his three-year sentence and ruled that he could serve out the remainder of his term on probation. The court rejected calls by the prosecution that his sentence be increased. Instead it reduced his sentence from three to two years, with one of those years to be served on probation. As he has been in jail since his arrest in November 2005, the ruling means he can be released from prison immediately.

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French president orders probe into revisionist comments

Friday, December 15, 2006

French President Jacques Chirac has ordered a probe into revisionist comments made by the French scholar Robert Faurisson at an Iranian conference on the Holocaust this week. Chirac has asked Justice Minister Pascal Clement to open a preliminary investigation into the comments made by Faurisson, a retired literature professor well-known for his revisionist views.

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International Holocaust study group formed

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

TEHRAN — In the wake of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's call for an independent investigation of the so-called Holocaust, an interim committee has been formed to study Jewish allegations.

General secretary of the new group, the International Holocaust Research Committee, is Dr. Mohammad Ali Ramin. Named to serve with him are a number of academics and historical revisionists, including Dr. Christian Lindtner of Denmark, Lady Michele Renouf of the United Kingdom, Bernhard Schaub of Switzerland, Dr. Serge Thion of France, and Dr. Fredrick Töben of the Adelaide Institute in Australia.

The committee has been assigned a threefold purpose:
  1. to constitute an objective, impartial truth-seeking body to investigate Holocaust extermination claims;
  2. to establish an international justice commission for determining penalties to be imposed upon those found guilty of perpetrating the "Holocaust" accusation, should it be proved to be false, to determine those reparations to be paid to any unjustly accused, as well as to determine the form of punishment for those found guilty of false accusation; and
  3. to prepare the next international Holocaust review conference.

First state-sponsored Holocaust conference in Iran

Monday, December 11, 2006

The first-ever state-supported conference to examine Holocaust extermination claims from all sides is being held in Iran today and tomorrow (December 12). Among those scheduled to appear are Robert Faurisson, Georges Theil, Bradley Smith, Fredrick Toben, and David Duke. Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is scheduled to address the conference.

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