Inconvenient History, Volume 8, 2016

A Quarterly Journal for Free Historical Inquiry

£9.00£29.00

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 8, 2016:

  • “The Enemy Is Listening!”: What Did the British Intelligence Service Know about the Holocaust?
  • Rethinking Mein Kampf
  • The Victories of Revisionism (continued)
  • The Holocaust by Bullets
  • Disorder in the Courts (1990-2000)
  • A Revisionist Swashbuckler
  • How the Allies Launched the Holocaust at Casablanca in 1943
  • The Revisionists’ Total Victory on the Historical and Scientific Levels
  • Arthur Ekirch on American Militarism
  • Origins of the Japanese-American War
  • The Ideal of Intellectual Freedom
  • Intellectual Freedom and the Holocaust Controversy
  • Foreword to the 2nd Edition of Ecrits révisionnistes (1974-1998)
  • The Conquest of the US by Spain
  • The Battle for Discussion: A Look Back
  • Deborah Lipstadt and the Ruling Discourse on Holocaust Studies
  • Lipstadt’s Motivations and ad Hominem Attacks
  • The Taboo against Truth: Holocausts and the Historians
  • Holocaust Howlers

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A new softbound, second edition of Inconvenient History, Volume 8 is now available! Now considered a revisionist collector’s item, this beautiful softbound book is 376 pages of hard-hitting revisionist scholarship revealing the truth on several inconvenient moments in our recent history.

Inconvenient History, Volume 8, contains all the content from the four issues of 2016. You will receive a softbound book with the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter issues of the eighth 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 Christoph Wieland’s WWII essay on “The Enemy Is Listening!”; Thomas Dalton’s “Rethinking Mein Kampf“; Robert Faurisson’s sequels on “The Victories of Revisionism” and “The Revisionists’ Total Victory on the Historical and Scientific Levels” as well as his “Foreword to the 2nd Edition of Ecrits révisionnistes“; Tamo Kosto’s paper on “The Holocaust by Bullets”; Joseph P. Bellinger Part 2 of his “Disorder in the Courts (1990-2000)”; Theodore J. O’Keefe’s eulogy “A Revisionist Swashbuckler”; Jett Rucker’s take on “How the Allies Launched the Holocaust at Casablanca in 1943”; Ralph Raico’s three essays on “Arthur Ekirch on American Militarism,” “The Conquest of the US by Spain” and “The Taboo against Truth: Holocausts and the Historians”; Kerry R. Bolton’s study on the “Origins of the Japanese-American War”; Richard A. Widmann’s two musings on “The Ideal of Intellectual Freedom” and “The Battle for Discussion: A Look Back”; Bradley Smith’s book extracts on “Intellectual Freedom and the Holocaust Controversy” and “Deborah Lipstadt and the Ruling Discourse on Holocaust Studies”; Germar Rudolf’s paper on “Lipstadt’s Motivations and ad Hominem Attacks”; and last but not least Ken Meyercord’s paper titled “Holocaust Howlers.”

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Weight 1.37 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × .94 in
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