Inconvenient History Vol. VIII, 2016
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The softbound edition of Inconvenient History Volume VIII is now available! Our eighth softbound annual contains 412 pages of revisionist scholarship that blasts the historical blackout and reveals the inconvenient truth of these matters.
Inconvenient History Volume VIII contains all the content from our 4 issues from 2016. You will receive a softbound book with the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter issues of Inconvenient History.
This volume features:
Rethinking Mein Kampf by Thomas Dalton
The Victories of Revisionism (Continued) by Robert Faurisson
The Holocaust by Bullets by Tamo Kosto
Disorder in the Courts (1990-2000), Part 2 by Joseph Bellinger
Remembering Bradley R. Smith by Richard Widmann
A Revisionist Swashbuckler: My Memories of Bradley R. Smith by Theodore O'Keefe
How the Allies Launched the Holocaust at Casablanca in 1943 by Jett Rucker
The Revisionists' Total Victory on the Historical and Scientific Levels by Robert Faurisson
Arthur Ekirch on American Militarism by Ralph Raico
Origins of the Japanese-American War: A Conflict of Free Trade vs. Autarchy by K.R. Bolton
The Ideal of Intellecutal Freedom: A Brief History of The Revisionist by Richard Widmann
Intellectual Freedom and the Holocaust Controversy by Bradley R. Smith
Foreword to the 2nd Edition of Ecrits revisionnistes (1974-1998) by Robert Faurisson
The Conquest of the US by Spain by Ralph Raico
Free-Riding on the Juggernaut of Conscience by N. Joseph Potts
The Battle for Discussion: A Look Back by Richard Widmann
Deborah Lipstadt and the Ruling Discourse on Holocaust Studies by Bradley R. Smith
Lipstadt's Motivations and ad Hominem Attacks by Germar Rudolf
The Taboo Against Truth: Holocaust and the Historians by Ralph Raico
Holocaust Howlers by Ken Meyercord
by Christoph Wieland
- "The Enemy is Listening!" What Did the British Intelligence Service Know about the Holocaust
But that's not all! You'll also get all of our challenging editorials, informative book reviews and hard-hitting commentary.
No revisionist library is complete without this volume.
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