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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…

Extended Delivery to Europe and the Americas

We are happy to announce that, as of today, Armreg Ltd can deliver their books to the entire continents of Europe and the Americas (South Center and North). Europe includes Turkey, but it excludes Russia, which has severe restrictions of parcel deliveries to private individuals. With this, we accommodate many requests we received overt he…

4th Edition of “Dissecting the Holocaust,” plus Audio-Book Version

We have launched an ambitious project of turning all major revisionist works in our portfolio into audio books. First on our agenda was No. 1 of the series Holocaust Handbooks, Dissecting the Holocaust. While working on it, several typos and mistakes were fixed, plus an entire section of the contribution on Jewish Demographics was replaced….

Link Adjustment

The website Holocaust Handbooks was restructured, and in the process, all links to their books and video documentaries have changed. While they have automatic redirects from the old to the new links, we took the opportunity to update all links in our Encyclopedia’s Bibliography. The same will have to be done with links going to…

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…