Books


Heresy in Twenty-First Century France

G. Theil | Physical Book (paperback) 2006
The author was convicted in France for distributing a revisionist book on the "Holocaust." His punishment: to 6 months imprisonment, 5 years' political ineligibility, confiscation of property, a fine of €30,000, and a payment of €40,000 in damages. Which such draconian measures, could it be the authorities have something to fear? On reading this work you realize that they have...
The author was convicted in France for distributing a revisionist book on the "Holocaust." His punishment: to 6 months imprisonment, 5 years' political ineligibility, confiscation of property, a fine of €30,000, and a payment of €40,000 in damages. Which such draconian measures, could it be the authorities have something to fear? On reading this work you realize that they have...

Nuremberg

D. Irving | Physical Book (hardcover, dust jacket) 2004
Using unpublished papers of the main people involved in the Nuremberg Tribunals, Irving pieces together the history of the 'Trial of the Century'. There were few crimes in the indictment which the four prosecuting powers dit not commit themselves. Irving's summary: it was a lynching party of the victors against the vanquished...
Using unpublished papers of the main people involved in the Nuremberg Tribunals, Irving pieces together the history of the 'Trial of the Century'. There were few crimes in the indictment which the four prosecuting powers dit not commit themselves. Irving's summary: it was a lynching party of the victors against the vanquished...

The Dartmoor Massacre

V. Bird | Physical Book (paperback) 2003
An account of one of the 'forgotten' episodes of British history. During the 1812 conflict between Britain and the US, American prisoners of war were held in Dartmoor Prison. This is a rare account of the killings that took place there, during the 'Dartmoor Massacre'.
An account of one of the 'forgotten' episodes of British history. During the 1812 conflict between Britain and the US, American prisoners of war were held in Dartmoor Prison. This is a rare account of the killings that took place there, during the 'Dartmoor Massacre'.

The Racial Elements of European History

H. Günther | Physical Book (paperback) 2007
A study of the racial origins of the European peoples, by one of the pioneers of racial science. With 368 portraits of racial types, and 22 maps showing their distribution. Günther examines the physical and mental characteristics of the five basic sub-races of Europe...
A study of the racial origins of the European peoples, by one of the pioneers of racial science. With 368 portraits of racial types, and 22 maps showing their distribution. Günther examines the physical and mental characteristics of the five basic sub-races of Europe...

A Short History of the Balfour Declaration

J. Tiffany | Physical Book (paperback) 7/2012
The issuance of the 1916 "Balfour Declaration" – England's promise to hand over Palestine to the Jews if they join in the war against Germany – set the stage for American entry into World War I and thereby laid the groundwork for World War II and the many consequential global convulsions that followed, including those in the Middle East today...
The issuance of the 1916 "Balfour Declaration" – England's promise to hand over Palestine to the Jews if they join in the war against Germany – set the stage for American entry into World War I and thereby laid the groundwork for World War II and the many consequential global convulsions that followed, including those in the Middle East today...

Hitler Democrat

L. Degrelle | Physical Book (paperback) 7/2012
What some people think they ‘know’ about Hitler and his era is nothing close to the truth. Leon Degrelle, during WW2 a general of the Waffen-SS was acquainted with all of the big names of the European arena, including Churchill, Mussolini, Franco, Laval, Petain and many others, including, of course, needless to say, Adolf Hitler himself...
What some people think they ‘know’ about Hitler and his era is nothing close to the truth. Leon Degrelle, during WW2 a general of the Waffen-SS was acquainted with all of the big names of the European arena, including Churchill, Mussolini, Franco, Laval, Petain and many others, including, of course, needless to say, Adolf Hitler himself...

Not Guilty at Nuremberg

C. Porter | Physical Book (paperback) 12/2012
This brochure contain the defense argument put forward by the main defendants at the Nuremberg Tribunal. It shows that the trial broke every legal precedent and procedure of evidence in the book.
This brochure contain the defense argument put forward by the main defendants at the Nuremberg Tribunal. It shows that the trial broke every legal precedent and procedure of evidence in the book.

Hermann Goering

E. Gritzbach | Physical Book (paperback) 3/2013
The English edition of the only official biography of Hermann Goering of 1938, including all 57 original photographs, the 1938 introduction written by Sir Robert Hamilton Bruce Lockhart, and a new introduction sketching Goering's career after the book was published.
The English edition of the only official biography of Hermann Goering of 1938, including all 57 original photographs, the 1938 introduction written by Sir Robert Hamilton Bruce Lockhart, and a new introduction sketching Goering's career after the book was published.

Rudolf Hess

A. Melaouhi | Physical Book (paperback) 2/2013
The inside story of the murder of Hitler's right-hand man, Rudolf Hess, by his captors while incarcerated in 1987 in Berlin, as told by his male nurse.
The inside story of the murder of Hitler's right-hand man, Rudolf Hess, by his captors while incarcerated in 1987 in Berlin, as told by his male nurse.

Dokumente polnischer Grausamkeiten

Auswärtiges Amt | Physical Book (Festeinband, laminiert) 1/1995
Als deutsche Truppen 1939 in Polen vorrückten, machten sie grauenhafte Entdeckungen: die deutsche Minderheit war zu Tausenden abgeschlachtet worden. Bei gerichtlichen Untersuchungen wurden Beweise für diese Verbrechen gesammelt, wobei Übergriffe gegen die deutsche Minderheit seit 1919 dokumentiert wurden. Im Auftrag des Auswärtigen Amtes wurde 1940 ein Buch herausgegeben, das die eindrucksvollsten Fälle dieser Verbrechen dokumentiert.
Als deutsche Truppen 1939 in Polen vorrückten, machten sie grauenhafte Entdeckungen: die deutsche Minderheit war zu Tausenden abgeschlachtet worden. Bei gerichtlichen Untersuchungen wurden Beweise für diese Verbrechen gesammelt, wobei Übergriffe gegen die deutsche Minderheit seit 1919 dokumentiert wurden. Im Auftrag des Auswärtigen Amtes wurde 1940 ein Buch herausgegeben, das die eindrucksvollsten Fälle dieser Verbrechen dokumentiert.