The Real Eichmann Trial
… or The Incorrigible Victors
Paul Rassinier, a French leftist held in more than one German concentration camp for his role in his country's WWII resistance, exposed the 1961 trial of Gestapo functionary Adolf Eichmann as sham and show as early as 1962, when the first edition of this book was published. The Real Eichmann Trial provides a searching account of the trial in Jerusalem: how that trial inflated the significance of Eichmann's role in the German Jewish policy to make Israeli propaganda; how the trial skirted the touchy subjects of wartime Nazi-Zionist cooperation, including favoritism for wealthy Zionists; and how the kidnapping and show trial of Eichmann violated every norm of due process. This edition of The Real Eichmann Trial includes a subsequent chapter on the Frankfurt Auschwitz trial of the mid-1960s, with a point-by-point refutation of the Holocaust charges presented by the German state prosecution. A lively, informed challenge to the Eichmann hysteria from the pen of the scholar generally recognized as the father of Holocaust revisionism.
|Size:||5.5"×8.5" (216 × 140 mm)|
|Publisher:||Torrance: Institute for Historical Review|