Literature

The image of the Jews amongst the French: towards a deterioration?
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The image of the Jews amongst the French: towards a deterioration?

According to a report from the Centre d’étude de la vie politique française (“Centre for the study of French political life”, CEVIPOF), 35% of the population of France as a whole think that there is too much talk of the extermination of the Jews, 20% consider that the Jews have too much power in France and 51% have a…

Bradley Smith, Break His Bones: The Private Life of a Holocaust Revisionist
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Bradley Smith, Break His Bones: The Private Life of a Holocaust Revisionist

Foreword to the French edition, Confidences d’un révisionniste américain Bradley Smith was born in Los Angeles in 1930 to working-class parents who were of Roman Catholic background but hardly church-going. As a child, he liked the stories his mother read to him, and enjoyed reading as well. At the age of ten or eleven, he discovered…

Is the “Diary” of Anne Frank Genuine? Author’s preface to the Italian edition
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Is the “Diary” of Anne Frank Genuine? Author’s preface to the Italian edition

Cesare Saletta, to whom I am indebted for the present translation, is a man of distinguished intellect. I thank him for his work and gladly accede to his wish that I bring forth a few clarifications on the lot that has befallen my analysis of the alleged diary of Anne Frank. This analysis, if I…

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My revisionist method

[Essay adapted from the address of May 29, 2000 to the 13th IHR Conference in Irvine, California. Published in The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 21, no. 2 (March-April 2002, p. 7-14] I’m not accustomed to receiving compliments and congratulations in my country, douce France.[1] Only a few days ago, in Le Figaro [May 26, 2000], one Gérard…

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No light, no smoke, no stench, no holes: no “Holocaust”!

In addition to: “No holes, no ‘Holocaust’!”, one may add: “And no light, no smoke, no stench”, in accord with Dr Maurice Rossel, member of the International Committee of the Red Cross who, in September 1944, visited the Commandant of the Auschwitz camp (see “Sur Auschwitz, un document capital de la Croix-Rouge internationale”, Ecrits révisionnistes (1974-1998), p….

On Albert Paraz’s Preface to Le Mensonge d’Ulysse by Paul Rassinier (1950)
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On Albert Paraz’s Preface to Le Mensonge d’Ulysse by Paul Rassinier (1950)

Nearly half a century on, a rereading of the preface which Albert Paraz wrote in 1950 for Paul Rassinier’s Le Mensonge d’Ulysse (“The Lie of Ulysses”) strikes us by the daring of the author’s reasoning and the freedom of his tone. In today’s France there is no longer any place for either of those qualities. The Pleven…