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Where It Is Most Besieged!


CODOH sponsors many revisionist and free speech activities; to name but a few:

  • reaching out to students and faculty with our Campus Project (http://codoh.com/library/categories/1155/);
  • enhancing our growing online archive at www.CODOH.com;
  • producing cutting-edge video documentaries (http://codoh.com/library/categories/1167/);
  • assisting in the production of new editions and volumes of the prestigious series "Holocaust Handbooks", and making many of them available for free download (http://holocausthandbooks.com/);
  • sending free copies of individual volumes of our prestigious series "Holocaust Handbooks", or the entire series, to major public and academic libraries, to academics, politicians, and opinion leaders all over the world;
  • publishing the prestigious revisionist online quarterly Inconvenient History;

Please help CODOH continue to develop our unique presence online, and extend our unending outreach to students and scholars at universities and colleges across the nation and worldwide. Every contribution is welcome. Believe us, it will truly help—any and every contribution!

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CODOH, PO Box 20774
York, PA 17402, USA
(Only checks drawn on a U.S. Bank)
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Castle Hill Services, PO Box 243
Uckfield, TN22 9AW, UK
(make out UK checks to Castle Hill Services!)
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A Personal Appeal from
Codoh founder Bradley Smith

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum takes our Campus Project very seriously. The Museum has a page on its Website titled: “HOLOCAUST DENIAL TIMELINE” There are 31 entries in the USHMM Timeline. Over the last six years the most important events regarding H. denial are:

2006: Iran's government sponsors a meeting of Holocaust deniers in Tehran cloaked as an academic conference called “Review of the Holocaust: Global Vision.”

2007: On January 26, the United Nations adopts a resolution condemning denial of the Holocaust.

2007: The European Union approves legislation that makes Holocaust denial a crime punishable by time in jail

2009: English-born Catholic Bishop Richard Williamson denies the existence of gas chambers and minimizes the extent of killing during the Holocaust.

2010: Bradley Smith places his first online Holocaust denial advertisement, which appears on the website of the University of Wisconsin's Badger Herald in February. The Internet—because of its ease of access and dissemination, seeming anonymity, and perceived authority—is now the chief conduit of Holocaust denial.

Let’s be clear about what this means.

On this issue the USHMM views Bradley Smith as being in company with the President of Iran, the United Nations, the European Union, and the good Bishop Williamson. What have I done to walk among such grand historical figures and august political bodies?

I have seen to it that tens of thousands of students and their professors have received links to important revisionist documents. It is not just via ads in campus newspapers, but in direct e-mailings. Over the last three months alone we have sent links to core revisionist documents to more than 30,000 students and their professors.

We know State bureaucrats will not do it—review President Obama’s recent statements on the Holocaust. We know the multitude of Jewish special-interest organizations will not do it—review the Hillel/ADL Manual on stopping the publication of revisionist ads in the student press. We know that Old Media will not do it—where is the Holocaust story ever really examined on Old Media?

CODOH will do it. CODOH is doing it now. I promise you CODOH will continue to do it. And we will grow our sends to faculty and to students from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands.

I’m going to do this, but still, I need your support. The USHMM has a yearly budget of some 60-million dollars. Yet the people who run that institution find that I threaten to breach the wall of taboo around the Holocaust that they are working to control. The larger my email lists grow, the more ads I run in the student press, the more out of control I’m going to be.

I like being out of control. I’m good with it.

But I need your help. Please contribute to this work. While it’s true that I regularly need a few substantial contributions, every contribution large or small is appreciated. You’ll like what comes of it. I believe I can promise you that.

—Bradley Smith