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Best Book?

Postby rockybalboa » 1 year 3 months ago (Sat Jul 14, 2018 4:23 pm)

I'm about to read Thomas Dalton-Doubting the Holocaust. Is there some kind of agreement on what is the best revision book?

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Re: Best Book?

Postby Dresden » 1 year 3 months ago (Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:20 pm)

rockybalboa wrote:I'm about to read Thomas Dalton-Doubting the Holocaust. Is there some kind of agreement on what is the best revision book?


I'm not sure whether there is an agreement or not, but I've heard people on this Forum and elsewhere, say that for a beginner that hasn't read any Holocaust Revisionist books, Peter Winter's "The Six Million: Fact or Fiction" is one of the best, and I concur.

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It is available as a free download here:

https://archive.org/details/TheSixMillion-FactOrFiction

Or you can purchase the book from Peter Winter's website:

http://peterwinterwriting.blogspot.com/ ... sixth.html

Some of my other favorites are:

Dissecting the Holocaust:

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

Hoax of the Twentieth Century, by Arthur Butz:

http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php ... &page_id=7

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The Giant with Feet of Clay, by Jurgen Graf:

http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php ... &page_id=3
Maybe, just maybe, they believe what they are telling you about the 'holocaust', but maybe, just maybe, their contempt for your intelligence and your character is beyond anything you could ever have imagined. -- Bradley Smith

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Re: Best Book?

Postby Hannover » 1 year 3 months ago (Sat Jul 14, 2018 11:09 pm)

Take your pick:

Holocaust Handbooks
By Castle Hill Publishers
https://codoh.com/library/series/1187/

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http://holocausthandbooks.com/
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If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Re: Best Book?

Postby TimeTraveler » 1 year 3 months ago (Sun Jul 15, 2018 9:33 pm)

I agree with Dresden Peter Winters book is probably the best especially for beginners. It really does cover just about everything.

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Re: Best Book?

Postby borjastick » 1 year 3 months ago (Mon Jul 16, 2018 1:39 am)

All these books are excellent and each one will add to anyone's general knowledge on the subject. But there is a trend, perhaps, developing here that newbies believe that one book read makes one an expert and able to discuss or debate with anyone on the subject. The fact is the holocaust is a massive, technical and complex subject. The more you read the more able you will be capable of making the point to a believer that it didn't happen. Even if you don't want to debate with believers the subject is one that keeps on giving.

I've been on this journey for over 15 years and still learn something everyday.

Yes Dalton's book is a real eye opener and one I refer to often and no doubt the Winter book is just as valuable, but so is the resource here on the Forum. My advice to any newbie is do the hard miles of reading and research. Pick a number between the first and last page here and start delving. read a topic right through and you'd be surprised at what you learn.
'Of the four million Jews under Nazi control in WW2, six million died and alas only five million survived.'

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Re: Best Book?

Postby Deitrich » 1 year 2 months ago (Mon Jul 16, 2018 7:47 am)

Deitrich wrote:With "complete coverage" you get less detail, so the question of which is the "best" book is not really applicable. For example if the discussion was about Crematoria 2- I would reach for one of the specific books like Chemistry of Auschwitz or Real Case for Auschwitz.

However I think before specialising in any field such as Auschwitz- I think the following order is key to read in succession..

The First Holocaust
Jewish Emigration from the Third Reich
The Dissolution of Eastern European Jewry
The Hoax of the Twentieth Century
Leuchter Reports- Critical Edition
Air Photo Evidence
The Giant with Feet of Clay (refutes Hilberg)
Debating the Holocaust (not avail online)
Breaking the Spell (not avail online)
Lectures on the Holocaust
Dissecting the Holocaust
Inside the Gas Chambers

^These establish the "whole thing" is a lie beyond any serious doubt and provide a widely quotable base of knowledge to then launch into the more detailed studies later. The first 3 show the propagandistic and demographic absurdities and deal with the development in a historical nature.

The next 3, Hoax, Leuchter and Air Photo are kind of in historical order of discovery as it happened and provide the grounding at the same time for the next 6 which together really obliterate the lie before a detailed analysis of the other books is even conducted.

As an aside I find "Dissecting" the most easy to quote from as it is served in a matter of fact scientific style, rather than LEcture's which is great to step a beginner through dialogue format, but not so good imo when referencing for pressing hard arguments.


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