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Books to Read

Postby Metal Murphy » 2 years 2 months ago (Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:30 pm)

I wanted to bring this up for discussion and see what all of you have to say. If this is a duplicate thread you have my apologies.

I'm looking for good books to read on Holocaust Revisionism. Most of my research at this point focused on the various websites, blogs and forums that deal with this subject. I've also caught some of the Revisionist videos on YouTube.

I browsed through some of the "Holocaust Handbooks" and don't know which is a good one to start with.

Does anyone have any suggestions? I don't know much about this.

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Hannover » 2 years 2 months ago (Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:38 pm)

These should do the job.

Holocaust Handbooks & Documentaries
http://holocausthandbooks.com
and:
http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php?main_page=1
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also see:
'Upcoming holocaust handbooks'
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8867

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If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Metal Murphy » 2 years 2 months ago (Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:44 pm)

Thanks!!!!

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Re: Books to Read

Postby CognitiveDestruction » 2 years 2 months ago (Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:44 pm)

Lectures on the Holocaust is in my opinion, a great start. It's longer than most of the volumes, but it's fairly easy to read given it's writing style. Consider it as Germar giving you a a class on revisionism, in a way. Then you can ease your way into topics that interest you. :)

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Metal Murphy » 2 years 2 months ago (Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:46 pm)

Thanks again!!!!

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Dresden » 2 years 2 months ago (Tue Jul 18, 2017 9:07 pm)

Dissecting the Holocaust is a great place to start:

http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php ... &page_id=1

Peter Winter's "The Six Million -- Fact or Fiction?" is also a great book to start with:

http://peterwinterwriting.blogspot.no/2 ... s-gas.html
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Re: Books to Read

Postby flimflam » 2 years 2 months ago (Tue Jul 18, 2017 9:42 pm)

It is important to remember that there are two parts to the holohoax,
1. - what did and did not happen to the Jews in WW II
2. - the organized systematic campaign of lies to create a false narrative, i.e., the hoax

Both are interesting and most revisionist literature addresses #1. The bible on the hoax itself, i.e. #2, is 'The Hoax of the Twentieth Century, the Case Against the Presumed Extermination of European Jewry', by Arthur Butz.

Also, I think there a website, holohoax101.org, and several YouTube videos that address the hoax itself, #2, these are
David Cole Interviews Frantisek Piper -
The Last Days of the Big Lie -
Introduction to the Holohoax
Questioning the Holocaust

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Hieldner » 2 years 2 months ago (Wed Jul 19, 2017 3:29 am)

Metal Murphy wrote:I browsed through some of the "Holocaust Handbooks" and don't know which is a good one to start with.

There’s the Holocaust Handbooks catalog brochure, which gives a good overview of each volume http://holocausthandbooks.com/dl/HHB-Brochure.pdf (“Catalog” in the menu bar.) Maybe this should be made more visible/accessible for newcomers.

The following reading sequence is suggested by the Holocaust Handbooks site:
The Holocaust: An Introduction
Debating the Holocaust
Breaking the Spell
Lectures on the Holocaust (available for free)

Although it’s not designed as an introductory book, Inside the Gas Chambers isn’t quite as voluminous as some of the other books and deals with most important aspects in a competent manner.

In addition to most Holocaust Handbooks, there are freely available:
Auschwitz: The Underground Guided Tour
Made In Russia: The Holocaust
Six Million Open Gates
The Revisionist Auschwitz Album
The Six Million Reconsidered
The Gas Chamber of Sherlock Holmes
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Re: Books to Read

Postby Metal Murphy » 2 years 1 month ago (Sun Jul 23, 2017 7:44 pm)

One of my friends found out about my research in this area and is openly skeptical of Holocaust Revisionism. He is encouraging me to read certain books on the "Holocaust." Naturally I'm a bit skeptical on reading these titles so I wanted to run these past the forum members here and see what you think:

Laurence Rees "Auschwitz, a New History"
Christian Gerlach "The Extermination of the European Jews"
Christopher Browning "the Origins of the Final Solution" and "Ordinary Men"
David Cesarani "Final Solution"

Has anyone read any of these and what are your opinions of them?

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Revisionist » 2 years 1 month ago (Sun Jul 23, 2017 8:19 pm)

Check out the basis on which the claims are made in the books. When it comes to mass killing they are always citing eye witnesses.
Raul Hilberg did this in "Destruction of the European Jews" when he talks about killings.

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Metal Murphy » 2 years 1 month ago (Sun Jul 23, 2017 8:53 pm)

I think it might be worthwhile to read one and compare.

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Moderator » 2 years 1 month ago (Sun Jul 23, 2017 9:13 pm)

Revisionist, welcome.
Both you and Murphy need to see the guidelines.
If you want to talk about so called "eyewitnesses, then please post to existing threads or start new threads on any of them that you wish to highlight or compare.
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Re: Books to Read

Postby Revisionist » 2 years 1 month ago (Sun Jul 23, 2017 9:51 pm)

One of my friends found out about my research in this area and is openly skeptical of Holocaust Revisionism. He is encouraging me to read certain books on the "Holocaust." Naturally I'm a bit skeptical on reading these titles so I wanted to run these past the forum members here and see what you think:

Laurence Rees "Auschwitz, a New History"
Christian Gerlach "The Extermination of the European Jews"
Christopher Browning "the Origins of the Final Solution" and "Ordinary Men"
David Cesarani "Final Solution"

Has anyone read any of these and what are your opinions of them?

It could be that Carlo Mattogno already refuted some of the books you named here.
As I said, watch out what and who there are citing.

My guess is that these books mentioned here used in many cases the same witnesses and confessions. Most of the time they are already dealt with in this board or in the holocaust handbooks.

If you want to get really into revisionism I highly recommend Carlo Mattogno's books . He really goes into the depth, brings up interesting sources and analyzes them.

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Sannhet » 2 years 1 month ago (Mon Jul 24, 2017 10:27 am)

I would always recommend The Dissolution Of Eastern European Jewry [PDF of the 2015 version] by Dr. Walter Sanning, despite now being written so long ago (1983).

Here is a review (now purged from Amazon.com but saved at CODOH-Forum).

Here is 2017 essay (from Inconvenient History, February 2017) by Dr. Sanning, "New Insights into the Dissolution of Eastern European Jewry"
Abstract
In 1983, Sanning's trail-blazing demographic study on the dissolution of Eastern European Jewry appeared, showing that Jewish "Holocaust" losses cannot have amounted to more than several hundred thousand victims. This report gives an update on further research since then. In particular, newly available data about the emigration of Jews from the Soviet Union and its successor states are of interest in this regard. They indicate that Sanning was correct in assuming that Soviet post-war census data about the number of Jews who survived World War Two were unreliable. The number of Jews who have emigrated since the 1970s, plus the demographic collapse Jewry experienced after the war due to an extremely low birth rate, compels the conclusion that many more Jews survived the war in the USSR than previously assumed.
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More than thirty years ago my Dissolution was published in Germany and the United States. In the meantime, new sources have come to light and unforeseeable developments have occurred that confirm my thesis. To aid in understanding of this update, the tables are shown in the same categories that were used in Dissolution... [Continued]

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Re: Books to Read

Postby Metal Murphy » 2 years 1 month ago (Wed Aug 02, 2017 9:25 am)

I've started reading "Dissolution of Eastern European Jewry," it's very informative. I think it will answer the question I see, "where did the Jews go?"


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