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Now Available Inconvenient History Hardbound Annual Vol. II

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Inconvenient History Vol. II

The hardbound edition of Inconvenient History Volume 2 is finally available. This beautiful hardbound book contains 598 pages of hard-hitting revisionist scholarship revealing the truth on several inconvenient moments in our recent history.

Inconvenient History Volume 2 contains all the content from our 4 issues from 2010. You will receive a hardbound book with the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter issues of Inconvenient History.

This volume is jam-packed with hard-hitting revisionism. You’ll get Thomas Dalton’s Goebbels on the Jews, Carlo Mattogno’s The Truth about the Gas Chambers, Paul Grubach’s Non Jewish Stake in the Holocaust Mythology, Joseph Bishop’s Atomic War Crimes, Thomas Kues’ Evidence for the Presence of “Gassed” Jews in the Occupied Eastern Terrorities, Carlo Mattogno’s Origins and Functions of the Birkenau Camp, Joseph Bellinger’s The Lethal Liberation of Bergen-Belsen, Thomas Kues’ A Chronicle of Holocaust Revisionism Part 3 (1956-1960), Paul Grubach’s Christianity, Judaism and German National Socialism: Revisionism Confronts the Theology of Susannah Heschel, Joseph Bishop’s Katyn: Unanswered Questions, Frederic Freeman’s Going Underground: ‘Catacomb Revisionist’ and Revisionist Repression, Thomas Kues’ Halfway between Reality and Myth: ‘Hitler’s Ten-Year War on the Jews’ Reconsidered and Jett Rucker’s Joe Sobran: Relegated Champion.  But that’s not all!  You’ll get all of our challenging editorials, groundbreaking book reviews, commentary and our popular Profiles in History series.

No revisionist library is complete without this volume.

You may order your copy online today through at:

$32.00 for 598 hard bound pages of revisionist truth (List price $42.40)

Other sources may offer this book for sale in the future — as this happens, you will be the first to learn of it.

“History is a race between EDUCATION and CATASTOPHE” –H.G. Wells.

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