Inconvenient History, Volume 1, 2009

A Quarterly Journal for Free Historical Inquiry


Inconvenient History seeks to maintain the true spirit of the historical revisionist movement; a movement that was established primarily to foster peace through an objective understanding of the causes of modern warfare.

Papers contained in this Volume 1, 2009:

  • Freedom, Democracy and ‘The Conquering of Evil’
  • A Chronicle of Holocaust Revisionism, 2 Parts
  • Christianity and the Holocaust Ideology: Reflections on the Bishop Williamson Affair
  • The Prohibition of Holocaust Denial
  • The “Nazi Extermination Camp” of Sobibor in the Context of the Demjanjuk Case
  • Tree-felling at Treblinka
  • David Irving and the “Aktion Reinhardt Camps”
  • Genocide at Nuremberg
  • Adolf Hitler’s Armed Forces: A Triumph for Diversity?
  • The Einsatzgruppen and the Holocaust

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A new softbound, second edition of Inconvenient History Volume 1 is now available! Now considered a revisionist collector’s item, this beautiful softbound book is 308 pages of hard-hitting revisionist scholarship revealing the truth on several inconvenient moments in our recent history.

Inconvenient History Volume 1, contains all the content from the three issues of 2009. You will receive a softbound book with the Summer, Fall, and Winter issues of the first myth-busting year of Inconvenient History.

All the content is here. From our challenging editorials and comment to our ground-breaking book reviews. And of course, all the inconvenient truth of our feature articles. Read through Mark Turley’s “Freedom, Democracy and the Conquering of Evil,” Thomas Kues’s “Chronicle of Holocaust Revisionism,” Paul Grubach’s “Christianity and the Holocaust Ideology,” Joseph Bellinger’s “Prohibition of Holocaust Denial,” Paul Grubach’s “Nazi Extermination Camp of Sobibor in the Context of the Demjanjuk Case,” Thomas Kues’s “Tree-felling at Treblinka,” Juergen Graf’s “David Irving and the Aktion Reinhardt Camps,” Mark Turley’s “Genocide at Nuremberg,” Veronica Clark’s “Adolf Hitler’s Armed Forces: A Triumph of Diversity?,” Joseph Bishop’s “The Einsatzgruppen and the Holocaust.”

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Weight 0.94 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × .65 in

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