By History Behind Bars.
The softbound edition of Inconvenient History Volume VI is now available! Our sixth softbound annual contains 612 pages of cutting-edge scholarship that topples misleading myths of contemporary history by revealing the inconvenient truth of these matters.
Inconvenient History Volume VI contains all the content from our 4 issues from 2014. You will receive a softbound book with the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter issues of INCONVENIENT HISTORY.
This volume features: No Smoking Gun, No Silver Bullets: The Real News of Rosenberg’s Diary, by Richard Widmann; Gypsy Holocaust? The Gypsies under the National Socialist Regime, by Carlo Mattogno; Stalin’s German-Nationalist Party, by K.R. Bolton; Revisionism and the Power of Truth, by Nigel Jackson; The Road to World War II, by Ralph Raico; A Real World War II Death Camp: Oak Ridge, USA, by Jett Rucker; Holocaust History: The Sound of One Hand Clapping, by Jett Rucker; The Jewish Hand in the World Wars, Part 2, by Thomas Dalton; Criminalizing Conscience, by Joseph Bellinger; The Denial of “Holocaust Denial” the Feast of Misnaming, by Nigel Jackson; Woodrow Wilson’s “Second Personality,” by Ralph Raico; The “Ministry of Truth” at Britain’s National Archives: The Attempt to Discredit Martin Allen, by Nicholas Kollerstrom; Profile in History: H. Keith Thompson Jr., by K.R. Bolton; Revisionism as a Creative Destruction, by Jett Rucker; Roots of Present World Conflict: Zionist Machinations and Western Duplicity during World War I, by K.R. Bolton; The Rise and Fall of Historical Revisionism Following World War I, by Richard Widmann; The Great Holocaust Mystery: Reconsidering the Evidence, by Thomas Dalton; The Recovery of Human Fat in the Cremation Pits, by Carlo Mattogno; The “Report on Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen” (Prisoner’s Report) of 12 June 1945, by Klaus Schenwen; The Karski Report: the Holocaust in Minature, by Jett Rucker; Jan Karksi’s Visit to Belzec: a Reasessment, by Friedrich Jansson; Setback to the Struggle for Free Speech on Race in Australia, Part 1, by Nigel Jackson; The Origins of the Soviet Report on the “Next-Generation” Homicidal Gas Chamber at Sachsenhausen, by Friedrich Jansson; Quo Vadis, Revisionism?, by Joseph Bellinger; Tinseltown Goes to War, by Ralph Raico.
But that’s not all! You’ll also get all of our challenging editorials, informative book reviews and hard-hitting commentary.
No revisionist library is complete without this volume.
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$25.00 for 612 pages of inconvenience for the enemies of truth and free speech.
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