Inconvenient History, Volume 4, 2012

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 4, 2012:

  • Resistance Is Obligatory
  • Ritual Defamation
  • Stephen F. Pinter: An Early Revisionist
  • A Postcard from Treblinka
  • Historical Revisionism and “Relativizing the Holocaust”
  • Christian Gerlach and the “Extermination Camp” at Mogilev
  • John Demjanjuk: The Man More Sinned Against
  • A Postcard from Auschwitz
  • On the Roads of Truth
  • Count Potocki de Montalk and the Katyn Manifesto
  • A Revisionist in Prison
  • Three Books on Treblinka
  • The Number of Victims of Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp (1936-1945)
  • The Rumbula Massacre
  • And the War Came
  • Unholy Pursuit
  • Why They Said There Were Gas Chambers
  • Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Alfred Hitchcock’s First Horror Movie
  • Smoking Crematory Chimney at Auschwitz

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A new softbound, second edition of Inconvenient History, Volume 4 is now available! Now considered a revisionist collector’s item, this beautiful softbound book is 416 pages of hard-hitting revisionist scholarship revealing the truth on several inconvenient moments in our recent history.

Inconvenient History, Volume 4, contains all the content from the four issues of 2012. You will receive a softbound book with the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter issues of the fourth 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 Germar Rudolf’s essay on his six-year deportation ordeal in “Resistance Is Obligatory” and “A Revisionist in Prison”; Daniel McGowan’s essay “Ritual Defamation” by his college colleagues; Klaus Schwensen’s research results into the background of “Stephen F. Pinter: An Early Revisionist” and “On the Roads of Truth: Searching for Warwick Hester”, as well as his scrutiny of “The Number of Victims of Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp; Thomas Dalton’s travel reports in “A Postcard from Treblinka” and “A Postcard from Auschwitz”; Rich Siegel’s paper on “The Palestinians as an ‘Invented People'”; K.R. Bolton’s report on “Historical Revisionism and ‘Relativizing the Holocaust'”, as well as his eassy on “Count Potocki de Montalk and the Katyn Manifesto”; Carlo Mattogno’s devastating critique of “Christian Gerlach and the ‘Extermination Camp’ at Mogilev”; Nigel Jackson’s witch-hunt reports in “John Demjanjuk: The Man More Sinned Against” and “Unholy Pursuit”; read Thomas Kues’s review of “Three Books on Treblinka” and his groundbreaking assessment of alleged Einsatzgruppen “Rumbula Massacre”; Ralph Raico’s First-World-War study “And the War Came”; a study on “Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Alfred Hitchcock’s First Horror Movie” by an anonymous authopr, and Robert Bartec’s brief air-photo study on “Smoking Crematory Chimney at Auschwitz”; plus comments, reviews and editorials.

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