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We’ve Re-Released The Muehlenkamp Study As An eBooK!
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We’ve Re-Released The Muehlenkamp Study As An eBooK!

After repeated requests from our readers, we’ve made it happen. The definitive revisionist response to the 2011 570-page-long online study titled Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: Holocaust Denial and Operation Reinhard published by the Holocaust Controversies blog—which claims to refute three of our authors’ monographs on the camps Belzec, Sobibor and Treblinka (see vols. 9, 19 and 8…

6th edition of “The First Holocaust”, plus audio version

6th edition of “The First Holocaust”, plus audio version

The last edition of this fine book was issued in 2018. This was just one year before YouTube pulled the plug on all videos and YouTube channels containing anything remotely critical about the orthodox Holocaust narrative. All videos revealing pre-WWII propaganda claims about 6 million Jews allegedly dying in a holocaust were deleted by YouTube…

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7th Edition of “Breaking the Spell,” plus Audio-Book Version

We have just extended our ambitious project of turning all major revisionist works in our portfolio into audio books: The second on our agenda, No. 31 of the series Holocaust Handbooks, Breaking the Spell. Like before, while working on it, several typos were fixed, and we updated the selected bibliography at the book’s end. It’s…

Auschwitz Engineers in Moscow

Carlo Mattogno got impatient with me for not working on this book for years. He had it ready to go since 2014, as you can see from the date of Jürgen Graf’s Introduction to this book (which he wrote in December 2013). Alas, the topic was very narrowly focused, and other projects got preferred treatment…

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Holocaust Encyclopedia goes to the printers!

While the online version of our Holocaust Encyclopedia was launched in mid-September 2023, the print edition had to wait for a while, because we wanted to use the online version as a “beta version,” so that we could iron out the inevitable kinks and wrinkles. By late November, we realized that no further constructive feedback…