Holocaust-Denial Literature: A Fifth Bibliography

by John A. Drobnicki
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The following article was originally published in The Bulletin of Bibliography, Vol. 59, No. 3 (Sept. 2002): 93-110. Copyright © 2002 by Greenwood Publishing Group. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission. Links have been added for materials that are now available online.

This bibliography is a supplement to four earlier ones published in the March 1994, December 1996, September 1998, and December 2000 issues of the Bulletin of Bibliography.  During the intervening time, Holocaust revisionism has continued to be discussed both in the scholarly literature and the mainstream press, especially due to the libel lawsuit filed by David Irving against Deborah Lipstadt and Penguin Books, and his subsequent appeal of that verdict.  The Holocaust deniers, who prefer to call themselves “revisionists” in an attempt to gain scholarly legitimacy, have refused to go away and remain as  vocal as ever – Bradley R. Smith has continued to send revisionist advertisements to college newspapers, generating publicity for his cause.

Holocaust-denial, which will be used interchangeably with Holocaust revisionism in this bibliography, is a body of literature that seeks to “prove” that the Jewish Holocaust did not happen.  Although individual revisionists may have different motives and beliefs, they all share at least one point: that there was no systematic attempt by Nazi Germany to exterminate European Jewry.  Hence they claim that the Holocaust is a “hoax” perpetrated by Jews (“Zionists”) in an attempt to blackmail the rest of the world for sympathy, money, and legitimacy for the State of Israel.

This bibliography includes both works about Holocaust revisionism and works of Holocaust revisionism.  Although Holocaust deniers write in many languages, the scope of this project (as with the four previous articles) has been limited to works in English.  Because of space constraints, URLs are provided for only some of the materials that are available online – most newspapers (including college publications) now have websites which make the fulltext of their articles available for various periods of time.  Many of the articles dealing with David Irving and/or his lawsuits are also available on his website <http://www.fpp.co.uk/>.  Readers should bear in mind that, because of its unstable nature, Internet addresses often change: URLs were accurate and operative at the time this project was submitted for publication.

While this bibliography has been divided into many subject areas, it is acknowledged that many of the entries cross several categories, especially the works in the “General Overview” section.  Materials regarding David Irving’s lawsuit against Deborah Lipstadt and Penguin Books are included under “European and Russian/Soviet Revisionists,” since Irving is a British national and the trial (and leave-to-appeal hearing) took place in London.


TABLE OF CONTENTS:

I. GENERAL OVERVIEW

II. HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM IN AMERICA

III. EUROPEAN AND SOVIET REVISIONISTS

IV. CANADIAN REVISIONISTS

V. ASIAN REVISIONISTS

VI. REVISIONISM IN OCEANIA

VII. REVISIONISM IN THE MIDDLE EAST

VIII. REVISIONISM IN SOUTH AMERICA

IX. LEGAL ASPECTS OF HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

X. REVISIONIST MATERIALS IN LIBRARIES

XI. HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM AND EDUCATION

XII. REVISIONISM ON THE INTERNET

XIII. HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM IN FICTION AND DRAMA

XIV. VIDEOCASSETTES

XV. EXAMPLES OF HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

XVI. REVISIONIST VIDEOCASSETTES

XVII. WEB SITES PROMOTING HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

XVIII. REVIEWS/CRITIQUES/REFUTATIONS OF HOLOCAUST-REVISIONIST BOOKS

XIX. WEB SITES THAT REFUTE HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

GENERAL OVERVIEW

Ariel, Joseph.  “Neo-Nazism: A Continuation of Nazism.”  In the Dispersion 1 (1962): 117-121.

Aschheim, Steven E. “Nazism and the Holocaust in Contemporary Culture.”  In In Times of Crisis: Essays on European Culture, Germans, and Jews, by Steven E. Aschheim.  Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 2001, 44-56.

Braham, Randolph L.  “Revisionism: Historical, Political and Legal Implications.”  In Studies on the Holocaust: Selected Writings, by Randolph L. Braham.  New York: Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, Graduate Center, City University of New York; Boulder: Social Science Monographs, 2001, Vol. 2, 91-120.  First published in 1988 in Comprehending the Holocaust: Historical and Literary Research.

Charny, Israel W.  “Innocent Denials of Known Genocides: A Further Contribution to a Psychology of Denial of Genocide.”  Human Rights Review 1, no. 3 (2000) 15-39.

________.  “The Psychological Satisfaction of Denials of the Holocaust or Other Genocides by Non-Extremists or Bigots, and Even by Known Scholars.” Idea: A Journal of Social Issues 6, no. 1 (2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.ideajournal.com/charny-denials.html.

Churchill, Ward.  “Denials of Other Genocides of Non-Jewish People in the Holocaust.”  In Encyclopedia of Genocide. Ed. Israel W. Charny.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1999, Vol. I, 174-177.

________.  “Denials of the Holocaust.”  In Encyclopedia of Genocide. Ed. Israel W. Charny.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1999, Vol. I, 167-174.

Cooper, Abraham, and Harold Brackman.  “The Fight Against Holocaust Denial.”  Midstream 47 (Apr. 2001): 2-4.

Donado, Rachel.  “Radical Islam, Neo-Nazis Are Seen Sharing Hate Rhetoric.”  Forward, 23 Nov. 2001, 1.  Available on the Internet at http://www.forward.com/issues/2001/01.11.23/news3.html.

Eaglestone, Robert.  Postmodernism and Holocaust Denial.  Cambridge: Icon Books, 2001.

Feingold, Henry L.  “The Roots and Meaning of Holocaust Denial.” Jewish Frontier 68 (Summer/Fall 2001): 8-9.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ameinu.net/publicationfiles/1_Summer-Fall2001.pdf.

Fish, Stanley.  “Holocaust Denial and Academic Freedom.” Valparaiso University Law Review 35 (2001): 499-524.

Foxman, Abraham H.  “Holocaust Historiography.”  Esquire 135 (Apr. 2001): 32.

Fraser, David.  “Memory, Murder and Justice: Holocaust Denial and the ‘Scholarship’ of Hate.”  In Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia.  Ed. Chris Cunneen, David Fraser, and Stephen Tomsen.  Sydney, NSW : Hawkins Press, 1997, 162-187.

Gotliffe, Harvey.  “An Adviser’s Role and Responsibilities in the Decision-Making Process in Student Media.”  College Media Review 40 (Winter 2002): 20-23.

Gotliffe, Harvey Leonard.  Responsible and Ethical Decision Making: Advertising and Editorial Content.  Memphis: College Media Advisers, Inc., 2000.

Gottfried, Ted.  Deniers of the Holocaust: Who They Are, What They Do, Why They Do It.  Illus. by Stephen Alcorn. Brookfield, CT: Twenty-First Century Books, 2001.  A children’s book.

Grossman, Lawrence.  “Revisionism vs. Rejection.”  New Leader 83 (May/Jun2000): 22.  A review of Denying History: Who Says the Holocaust Never Happened and Why Do They Say It? by Michael Shermer and Alex Grobman.

Gupta, Shankar.  “Editor Criticizes Holocaust Deniers in Speech at NYU.”  Washington Square News, 15 Feb. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nyunews.com/vnews/display.v/ART/1997/01/01/ARCHIVE1701?in_archive=1.

Harris, Dickie.  Letter to the Editor.  Esquire 135 (Apr. 2001): 32.

“Holocaust Denial.”  In Encyclopedia of Social Issues.  Ed. John K. Roth.  New York: Marshall Cavendish, 1997, Vol. III, 794-796.

“Holocaust Denial: The Oxygen of Antisemites.”  Response 21 (Summer 2000): 8.  [Note:  There were two consecutive issues numbered as Vol. 21, no. 2 (Summer
2000).  This article is from the second, mis-numbered issue.]

Jacobs, Steven L.  “Historical Revisionism Versus Holocaust Denial.”  In Encyclopedia of Genocide. Ed. Israel W. Charny.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1999, Vol. I, 179, 181.

________.  “Holocaust/Shoah Revisionists.”  In Encyclopedia of Genocide. Ed. Israel W. Charny.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1999, Vol. I, 181-182, 184-187.

Mandel, Daniel.  “Debunking the Deniers: ‘What Has Happened Can Be Repeated.’”  The Review 26 (Mar. 2001): 22-23.  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2001/263/bauer.html.

Markusen, Eric, and Israel W. Charny.  “Denial of Genocide, Psychology of.”  In Encyclopedia of Genocide. Ed. Israel W. Charny.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1999, Vol. I, 159-161.

Mencher, Melvin.  “Put It To Rest: Holocaust Denial Ads Should Be Refused.”  College Media Review 40 (Winter 2002): 24-27.

Miller, Pat.  “The Very Ideal of It! Considering the Turmoil Surrounding Distribution of Unpopular Advertising.”  College Media Review 39 (Summer 2001): 26-27.

Sack, John.  “Inside the Bunker.”  Esquire 135 (Feb. 2001): 98-105, 138, 140.  Available on the Internet at http://www.johnsack.com/daniel_in_the_deniers_den_1.htm and http://www.fpp.co.uk/BoD/Sack/Esqa.html.

Schlissel, Steve M.  “The Revisionists’ Tooshies.”  Chalcedon Report, no. 422 (Sept. 2000): 23-25.  Available on the Internet at http://web.archive.org/web/20031123125552/http://www.chalcedon.edu/report/2000sep/schlissel.shtml.  See also the response by Tim Vaughn cited below.

Schwartzman, Roy.  “Holocaust Denial: Free Speech Without Shred of Enlightenment.”  Martyrdom and Resistance 28 (Jan.-Feb. 2002): 4.

Shapiro, Shelly Z., and Susan Lee Pentlin.  “Holocaust Denial: The Spectre of Irrationalism at the Millennium.”  In Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide.  Ed. John K. Roth and Elisabeth Maxwell.  New York: Palgrave, 2001, Vol. I, 870-883.

Stauber, Roni.  “Continuity and Change: Extreme Right Perceptions of Zionism.”  In Anti-Semitism Worldwide 1999/2000.  Tel Aviv: The Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Racism, Tel Aviv University, 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.tau.ac.il/Anti-Semitism/asw99-2000/stauber.htm.

________.  “Global Anti-Semitism Still Alive: More Than Byproduct of Arab-Israeli Strife.”  Martyrdom and Resistance 27 (Jan.-Feb. 2001): 6.

Stern, Kenneth S.  “An Important Article.”  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 18 Mar. 2000, E2.  Available on the Internet at http://www.post-gazette.com/forum/20010318lets9.asp.

________.  “Lying About the Holocaust: National Borders Don’t Mean Much in the International Holocaust Denial Business, But America is Playing a Special Role.”  Intelligence Report, no. 103 (Fall 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.splcenter.org/intel/intelreport/article.jsp?aid=181.

Taylor, Kate.  “Whitewashing the Past.”  Searchlight, no. 296 (Feb. 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.searchlightmagazine.com/index.php?link=template&story=69.

Tischauser, Leslie V.  “Holocaust Denial.”  In Encyclopedia of Multiculturalism, Supplement. Ed. Susan Auerbach.  New York: Marshall Cavendish, 1998, Vol. VII, 2055-2056.

Tysiachney, Joshua J.  “Advertising Holocaust Revisionism: A Habermasian Perspective.”  M.S. thesis, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 2001.

Vaughn, Tim.  “The Holocaust Revisionism Debate.”  “Keeping the Faith” Online Reports, 6 Sept. 2000.  Available on the Internet at
http://web.archive.org/web/20001209163000/http://www.chalcedon.edu/faith/vaughn_holocaust_revisionism.htm.  A letter to the editor of the Chalcedon Report in response to Steve M. Schlissel’s Sept. 2000 article, “The Revisionists’ Tooshies”; also contains a response by Schlissel.

Vest, Rob.  “Holocaust Denial: Past, Present, and Future.”  Research paper for a History class (“Proseminar for History Majors”) at Indiana University Southeast.  Available on the Internet at http://homepages.ius.edu/RVEST/HolocaustDenial.html.

Vicchio, Stephen.  “When the Holocaust is Denied.”  In The I of the Beholder, by Stephen Vicchio.  Baltimore: Cathedral Foundation Press, 1995, 151-154.

Watkins, Gerry.  “Holocaust Revisionism.”  Available on the Internet at http://cghs.dade.k12.fl.us/holocaust/revisionism.htm.  Prepared for the Contemporary History Class in the International Baccalaureate Program at Coral Gables Senior High School.

Weigel, Margaret.  “Holocaust Deniers in Print and Pixels: The Migration of ‘Truth’ Across Media.”  Research paper for the class, “International Studies in Media,” at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 19 Dec. 2000.

Weisberg, Richard H.  “Fish Takes the Bait: Holocaust Denial and Postmodernist Theory.” Critical Quarterly 43, no. 4 (2001): 19-27.  A response to Stanley Fish’s article, cited above.

“Why Waste Time on Kooks?”  New Criterion 12 (Sept. 1993): 1-3.

Wyden, Peter.  The Hitler Virus: The Insidious Legacy of Adolf Hitler.  New York: Arcade Publishing, 2001.  Contains information on various Neo-Nazis and Nazi apologists, as well as a chapter on “Selling Denial” (153-164).

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HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM IN AMERICA

Albrecht, Kristin.  “Misinformation Clouds Rally’s Purpose.” University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 30 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/033000/essay.html.

Albrecht, Kristin, Eric S. Dietz, and Penny Mio.  “Chronicle Clears up Questions Regarding Insert.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 30 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/033000/editor.html.

Anderson, Kirk.  “Some at Rally Went Too far.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 3 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/040300/opin09.html.

Anonymous.  “Tech News is Justified in Publishing Advertisement.”  [Worcester Polytechnic Institute] Tech News, 5 Dec. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.wpi.edu/News/TechNews/001205/justified.shtml.

Baller, Bill.  “Editorial Board Should Review Content of Ads.”  [Worcester Polytechnic Institute] Tech News, 5 Dec. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.wpi.edu/News/TechNews/001205/review.shtml.

Baron, Alexander.  Eustace Clarence Mullins: Anti-Semitic Propagandist or Iconoclast?  The World’s Premier Conspiracy Historian on the Jews, the Fed and the New World Order Including Notes on Global Deception, January 1993.  London:  InfoText Manuscripts, 1993; 2nd ed., 1995.  Available on the Internet at http://www.alexanderbaron.150m.com/eustace_mullins_1.html.

Bennet, Lindsey.  Letter to the Editor.  Manitou Messenger, 10 Nov. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.stolaf.edu/orgs/messenger/2000/111000/opinions/letter1.html.

Billups, Andrea.  “Liberty Lobby Goes Under, Ends Spotlight Publication: Founder Carto Lost Lawsuit Over a Diversion of Funds.”  Washington Times, 10 July 2001, A11.

Bird, Lee E.  “Letters Express Concerns.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 30 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/033000/divert04.html.

Birkeland, Sarah.  Letter to the Editor.  Manitou Messenger, 10 Nov. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.stolaf.edu/orgs/messenger/2000/111000/opinions/letter2.html.

Bowen, Karen.  “The Final Words on Revisionist’s Letter.” Advance-Titan, 25 Oct. 2000. Available on the Internet at http://www.advancetitan.com/story.asp?issue=10707&story=1345.

Cahill, Betsy.  “Chronicle Responds.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 30 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/033000/divert03.html.

________.  “Community Comes Together.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 30 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/033000/divert01.html.

________.  “Insert  Ignites Campus Fury: Rally Draws Large Crowd in Support of Holocaust Education and Against Anti-Semitism at St. Cloud State.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 3 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/040300/index.html.

________.  “Who is Bradeley [sic] Smith?”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 30 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/033000/divert02.html.

Carruth, Andrew.  “Ad Could Lead to Racist Hate Messages.”  [Worcester Polytechnic Institute] Tech News, 21 Nov. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.wpi.edu/News/TechNews/001121/hatemessages.shtml.

Carter, Terry.  “DOJ, FBI at Loggerheads Over Barry Arrests; Blodgett Gets the Boot.”  ABA Journal 86 (May 2000): 28.

________.  “Private Club Where Justices Hobnob Kicks Out Friend to Neo-Nazis.”  ABA Journal 86 (Mar. 2000): 32.

Cassrola, Leah F.  “Living in Denial.”  The [Valdosta University] Spectator, 6 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.valdosta.edu/spec/4-6-00/v3.html.

________.  “Your View Points Belong Here”  The [Valdosta University] Spectator, 6 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.valdosta.edu/spec/4-6-00/v5.html.

“A Compromise: Students, Administrators Work Together to Find Solution.” Emory Wheel, 20 Apr. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://web.archive.org/web/20031216230229/http://www.emory.edu/WHEEL/Issue/01Apr20/staffedi.html.

Cook, John.  “Errol Morris: Brash, Deep, and in Total Control.” Mother Jones 25 (Mar./Apr. 2000): 82-3.

“Dartmouth College Murders Can Be Traced to Holocaust Denial.” Martyrdom and Resistance 27 (May-June 2001): 14.

Davis, Joel, and Lucia Moses.  “‘Revisionist’ Ad Prompts Apology.” Editor & Publisher 133 (1 May 2000): 16.

de la Merced, Michael.  “Student Negotiation Leads to Lipstadt as Graduation Speaker.”  Emory Wheel, 20 Apr. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://web.archive.org/web/20030618030119/http://www.emory.edu/WHEEL/Issue/01Apr20/topstory.html and  http://www.fpp.co.uk/Auschwitz/Lipstadt/EmoryWheel0401.html.

Dickter, Adam.  “‘Backyard’ Battle Over Holocaust Truth: In Low-Profile Case Echoing Lipstadt Trial, Virginia Denier Seeks Millions From East Coast Activist Who Denounced Him.”  New York Jewish Week, 12 May 2000, 33.  Available on the Internet at http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=1057.

________.  “Denier’s Claim Denied.”  New York Jewish Week, 15 Sept. 2000, 5.  Available on the Internet at http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=3299.

Duncan, Hunter.  “Don’t Fight a War of Ideas Without Ammo.” University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 10 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/041000/opin02.html.

Emanuel, Alexander Eigeles. “Holocaust Question and the CODOH.”  [Worcester Polytechnic Institute] Tech News, 5 Dec. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.wpi.edu/News/TechNews/001205/codoh.shtml.

Ephraim, Michelle.  “Advertisement Misrepresents Readers.”  [Worcester Polytechnic Institute] Tech News, 21 Nov. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.wpi.edu/News/TechNews/001121/misrepresent.shtml.

Fauchald, Nick.  “Holocaust Denial Organizations Target Campus Newspapers.”  Manitou Messenger, 10 Nov. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.stolaf.edu/orgs/messenger/2000/111000/news/holocaust.html.

Feinstein, Stephen.  “Lindbergh, the Jewish Question and the Origins of Holocaust Revisionism.”  In Hearing the Voices: Teaching the Holocaust to Future Generations. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Scholars’ Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches, March 2-4, 1997, Tampa, Florida.  Ed. Michael Hayse, Didier Pollefeyt, G. Jan Colijn, and Marcia Sachs Littell.  Merion Station, PA: Merion Westfield Press International, 1999, 65-81.

“First Amendment Protects Opinion.” The [Marshall University] Parthenon, 9 Oct. 1998.  Available on the Internet at http://www.marshall.edu/parthenon/archives/19981009/theirview.html.

Foss, Krista.  “Health Group in Hot Water Over Second Speaker: Convention Cancels Anti-Semitic Lecturer But Lyndon LaRouche Follower Still On.”  Globe and Mail, 23 Feb. 2001.

Frederick, Kerri A.  “You Call This News?”  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11 Mar. 2000, E2.  Available on the Internet at http://www.post-gazette.com/forum/20010311lets9.asp.

“Free Speech for Anti-Semites, Too.”  The [California State University-Chico] Orion, 5 May 1999.  Available on the Internet at http://orion.csuchico.edu/Pages/vol42issue14/opinion/o.editorials.html.

Gans, Lynda.  “Proud to Reject Anti-Semitism.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 3 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/040300/opin02.html.

Hansen, Peter H.  “Tech News Should Apologize for Ad.”  [Worcester Polytechnic Institute] Tech News, 21 Nov. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.wpi.edu/News/TechNews/001121/apologize.shtml.

“Hate Goes to School.”  Intelligence Report, no. 98 (Spring 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.splcenter.org/intelligenceproject/ip-4n1.html.

Havelick, Joe.  “A Testament to the Reality of the Holocaust.”  [Worcester Polytechnic Institute] Tech News, 5 Dec. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.wpi.edu/News/TechNews/001205/holocaust.shtml.

Hendley, Nate.  “U.S. Anti-Semite Asked to Speak at Health Show: ‘I Am Flabbergasted.’” National Post, 21 Feb. 2001.

Hendrickson, Laura.  “Don’t Shoot the Messenger.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 10 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/041000/opin05.html.

Hill, Courtney.  “Seeking the Truth.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 30 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/033000/opin08.html.

“Holocaust Issue is Equally Balanced.” Advance-Titan, 4 Oct. 2000. Available on the Internet at http://www.advancetitan.com/story.asp?issue=10704&story=1405.

Hudon, Michelle.  “Better Ideas Than Censorship.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 6 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/040600/opin05.html.

Hunegs, Steven M.  “JCRC Applauds President, Campus Rally.” University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 3 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/040300/opin08.html.

Jacobs, Steven L.  “Combatting Denials of the Holocaust in a Southern US Community.”  In Encyclopedia of Genocide. Ed. Israel W. Charny.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1999, Vol. I, 172-173.

Jacobs, Steven Leonard.  Letter to the Editor.  Esquire 135 (Apr. 2001): 32.

Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas et al.  “Saccountable [sic] Parties, Please Step Forward.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 16 Nov. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/111600/opinions.html.

Karasik, Rona J.  “JSA Advisor Feels Fear, Outrage.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 3 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/040300/opin07.html.

Karolides, Nicholas J., Margaret Bald, and Dawn B. Sova.  “The Hoax of the Twentieth Century.”  In 100 Banned Books: Censorship Histories of World Literature, by Nicholas J. Karolides, Margaret Bald, and Dawn B. Sova.  New York: Checkmark Books, 1999, 63-70.

Keck, Janet.  “A-T Failed in its Responsibility.” Advance-Titan, 4 Oct. 2000. Available on the Internet at http://www.advancetitan.com/story.asp?issue=10704&story=1404.

Klemp, Paul J.  “Professor Adds to Battle Against A-T” Advance-Titan, 11 Oct. 2000. Available on the Internet at http://www.uwosh.edu/AT/10-11-00/editorial/stories/klemp.html.

Klepetar, Steve.  “Denial of Holocaust Preposterous.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 3 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/040300/opin03.html.

Kopecky, Lilli.  “A Survivor Debates Arthur Butz.”  In Encyclopedia of Genocide. Ed. Israel W. Charny.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1999, Vol. I, 183.

Lee, Martin A.  “Looking Backward: Francis Parker Yockey, an American Fascist Who Died in Jail in 1960, is Being Resuscitated as ‘a Prophet for Our Movement.’”  Intelligence Report, no. 98 (Spring 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.splcenter.org/intel/intelreport/article.jsp?aid=271.

Levin, Brian.  “History as a Weapon: How Extremists Deny the Holocaust in North America.” American Behavioral Scientist 44 (Feb. 2001): 1001-1031.

Lindich, Don.  “A Waste of Space.”  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11 Mar. 2000, E2.  Available on the Internet at http://www.post-gazette.com/forum/20010311lets9.asp.

Lovett, Christopher C., and Sam Dicks.  “History is Far Too Important to Be Left to History Professors”: Combating Holocaust Denial on a Small College Campus.”  Perspectives 38 (Nov. 2000): 35-38.  Available on the Internet at http://www.theaha.org/perspectives/issues/2000/0011/0011not1.cfm.

McGregor, Jennifer, Erin Harrell, Courtney O’Rielly, Jennifer McKinney, and Prasiddha Ramesh.  “Readers Object to ‘Revisionist.’”  The [Valdosta University] Spectator, 13 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.valdosta.edu/spec/4-13-00/v8.html.

Madsen, Jill.  “Students Reaction.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 30 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/033000/opin07.html.

Miczek, Jason E.  “Editor to Reader.”  The [Valdosta University] Spectator, 6 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.valdosta.edu/spec/4-6-00/v6.html.

Moran, Tom.  “A Thousand Words?”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 6 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/040600/opin04.html.

Newman, Dan.  “All Deserve a Fair Say.”  The [Marshall University] Parthenon, 4 Dec. 1998.  Available on the Internet at http://www.marshall.edu/parthenon/archives/19981204/THEIRVIEW.HTML.

Pasternak, Donna L., and Stanley B. Shulfer.  “Opinions Published in Advertisement Offends New Faculty, Staff Members.” The [Marshall University] Parthenon, 9 Oct. 1998.  Available on the Internet at http://www.marshall.edu/parthenon/archives/19981009/theirview2.html.

Pentlin, Susan Lee, and Shelly Zima Shapiro.  “Dealing With Holocaust Denial: An Academic Dilemma.”  In Hearing the Voices: Teaching the Holocaust to Future Generations. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Scholars’ Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches, March 2-4, 1997, Tampa, Florida. Ed. Michael Hayse, Didier Pollefeyt, G. Jan Colijn, and Marcia Sachs Littell.  Merion Station, PA: Merion Westfield Press International, 1999, 299-321.

“Revisionist Author Strikes Once More.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 19 Oct. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/101900/commentary.html.

Ricard, Steve.  “Teacher: Learn Truth for Yourself.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 10 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/041000/opin06.html.

Roddy, Dennis B.  “Why Holocaust Deniers Turned on One of Their Own.”  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4 Mar. 2000, A12.  Available on the Internet at http://www.post-gazette.com/headlines/20010304provan2.asp and http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/people/p/provan.charles.d/press/Post-Gazette.010304.

Schneider, Alison.  “A California State Professor is Attacked for His Defense of a Holocaust Denier.”  Chronicle of Higher Education, 23 June 2000, A19.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/trial3/JHighEduc230600.html.

Sherman, Tara.  “Writer Takes ‘Revisionist’ for What It Is.” The [Valdosta University] Spectator, 13 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.valdosta.edu/spec/4-13-00/v7.html.

Shulfer, Stanley B., and Donna L. Pasternak.  “Professors Say Parthenon Editorship Not Protecting Student Press’ Rights.”  The [Marshall University] Parthenon, 4 Dec. 1998.  Available on the Internet at http://www.marshall.edu/parthenon/archives/19981204/THEIRVIEW4.HTML.

Stavrakis, Stacey.  “The Final Words on Revisionist’s Letter.” Advance-Titan, 25 Oct. 2000. Available on the Internet at http://www.advancetitan.com/story.asp?issue=10707&story=1345.

Toews, David P.  “Hate Festers in Shadows.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 3 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/040300/opin04.html.

“University Sends Wrong Message.”  Oshkosh Northwestern, 15 Oct. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://web.archive.org/web/20010514051552/http://www.uwosh.edu/faculty_staff/palmeri/onat.htm.

“University’s Response to Controversial Publication Praised.” Wake Forest Magazine (June 2000): 7.  Available on the Internet at http://www.wfu.edu/new/publications/wfmag/wfm2000-06.pdf.

Williams, Suzanne.  “President’s Response.”  University Chronicle [St. Cloud State University], 30 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://chronicle.stcloudstate.edu/archives/033000/opin06.html.

Zeskind, Lenny.  “Stateside: Liberty Lobby Closes its Doors - Spotlight Ceases Publication.”  Searchlight, no. 315 (Sept. 2001).

Zimmerman, Michael.  “Editorial Questions Ethics.” Advance-Titan, 4 Oct. 2000. Available on the Internet at http://www.advancetitan.com/story.asp?issue=10704&story=1404.

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EUROPEAN AND SOVIET REVISIONISTS

Adams, Guy.  “Cash Only, Penguin Tells Irving.”  Daily Telegraph, 9 Feb. 2002, 24.

Adams, Tim.  “Memories are Made of This.”  The Observer, 24 Feb. 2002.  Available on the Internet at http://www.observer.co.uk/review/story/0,6903,655883,00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/02/Observer24202.html.

Ain, Stewart.  “Graduations With A Shoah Theme.”  New York Jewish Week, 23 June 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=2053 and http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/trial3/NYJewish.html.

Akbar, Arifa.  “Holocaust Denier Irving is Bankrupt.”  The Independent, 5 Mar. 2002, 5.

Alexander, Edward.  “False Witness: The Irving-Lipstadt Trial and the New Yorker.”  Judaism: A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thought 50 (2001): 453-456.

Altman, Howard.  “Denial on Trial.”  Philadelphia City Paper, 24 Feb.-2 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.citypaper.net/articles/022400/sl.howcol.shtml.

Amiel, Barbara.  “When a Jew Can Trust David Irving.”  Sunday Times [London], 12 July 1992, 2, 4.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/bookchapters/JG/Amiel120792.html.

Andersson, Rolf.  “David Irving och sanningen.”  Tidsskrift för folkets rättigheter 19, no. 1-2 (2000).  Available in the original Swedish on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/08/SwedishBanSwed2.html, and excerpts in English (“David Irving and the Truth”) at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/08/SwedishBanEngl.html.

Aushenker, Michael.  “Challenging Evil: Deborah Lipstadt Talks About Her Historic Trial at LA’s Annual ADL Meeting.”  Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, 30 June 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishjournal.com/06.30.00/evil.06.30.00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/trial3/JJournalLA300600.html.

“Author Claims to Be Victim of Conspiracy.”  Michigan Daily, 12 Jan. 2000, 2A.  Available on the Internet at http://www.pub.umich.edu/daily/2000/jan/01-12-2000/news/9.html.

Axelrod, Toby.  “‘Holocaust Never Happened’ Ad Prompts Lawsuit and Controversy.”  Jerusalem Post, 5 Aug. 2001, 7.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/01/08/JTA040801.html.

“Back to the Future.”  Oxford Student, Trinity Term 01, issue no. 1 (19 Apr. 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.oxfordstudent.com/tt2001wk0/Editorial/back_to_the_future.

“Bankrupt History: Baker Tilly Prepares To Take On Irving.”  Accountancy Age, 7 Mar. 2002, 3.

Basu, Moni, and Keith Graham.  “British Court Upholds Emory Professor’s Win.”  Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 26 July 2001, 3B.

Bateman, Mark.  “Holocaust Denial.”  NLJ Expert Witness Supplement, 14 July 2000, 1051-1052.  A supplement to the New Law Journal 150 (14 July 2000).

Bazarov, Konstantin.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Feb. 1975): 5-6.

________.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Apr. 1975): 6-7.

________.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Apr. 1975): 9-10.

Berenbaum, Michael.  “Promoting Holocaust Denial: The Gross Inaccuracies of the Los Angeles Times – Again.”  Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, 2 June 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishjournal.com/06.02.00/personalvoice.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/05/JJournalLA310500.html.

Berlins, Marcel.  “The Burden of Truth.”  Guardian, 5 May 2001, 9.

Bialoguski, Stefan.  “$35,000 Debt May Thwart Irving Visa Bid.” Australian Jewish News, 25 Jan. 2002.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/02/AJN250102.html.

“Bigotry.”  Sydney Morning Herald, 14 Apr. 2000.

Blackhurst, Chris.  “The Model Turned Society Queen, a Tarnished Holocaust Historian and a Disturbingly Unsavoury Anti-Semitic Email.” Evening Standard, 28 Mar. 2002, 9.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/03/EvStd280302.html.

Blake, Adam.  “David Irving, Denying the Holocaust?”  Leeds Universities Jewish Society’s website.  [Article is no longer online.]

Blamire, Marianne.  “Fighting the Holocaust Deniers.”  Oxford Student, Trinity Term 00, issue no. 4 (2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.oxfordstudent.com/tt2000wk2/Features/fighting_the_holocaust_deniers and http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/people/Gable/OxfordStudent0500.html.

Bollag, Burton.  “French Panel Investigates Accusations of Holocaust Denial at U. of Lyon 3.”  Chronicle of Higher Education [Internet ed.], 22 Feb. 2002.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/02/HigherEd120202.html.

Borden, Sam.  “A Triumphant Return.”  Emory Wheel, 28 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://web.archive.org/web/20020124050143/http://www.emory.edu/WHEEL/Archive/00Apr21/topstory.html.

“Boycott Threat to Oxford Union.”  Irish Times, 4 May 2001, 10.

Boyle, Maggie.  “Dan & Out: Union Press Man Quits as Irving Row Escalates.”  Oxford Student, Trinity Term 01, issue no. 2 (26 Apr. 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://web.archive.org/web/20020113185507/http://www.oxfordstudent.com/01tt02/news/1/.

Braham, Randolph L.  “The Assault on Historical Memory: Hungarian Nationalists and the Holocaust.”  In Studies on the Holocaust: Selected Writings, by Randolph L. Braham.  New York: Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, Graduate Center, City University of New York; Boulder: Social Science Monographs, 2001, Vol. 2, 197-224.  First published in 2000 in East European Quarterly.

Breindel, Eric.  “David Irving’s Book on Goebbels.”  New York Post, 12 Apr. 1996; reprinted in A Passion for Truth: The Selected Writings of Eric Breindel.  Ed. John Podhoretz.  New York: HarperCollins, 1999, 212-215.

Bright, Martin.  “Sorry, But We’re Still in Denial.”  The Observer, 8 Apr. 2001, 15.  Available on the Internet at http://books.guardian.co.uk/reviews/politicsphilosophyandsociety/0,6121,470020,00.html.

Bristow, Jennie.  “A Sledgehammer to Crack a Ridiculous Nut.” Times Higher Education Supplement, no. 1266 (7 Feb. 1997): 12.

British Broadcasting Corporation.  BBC Radio interview with David Cesarani, Richard Evans, and Stephen Smith.  Available on the Internet at http://news2.thls.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/685000/audio/_685039_ceserani.ram.

________.  “France Probes ‘Far-Fight’ University.”  BBC Online, 12 Feb. 2002.  Available on the Internet at http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/world/europe/newsid_1815000/1815912.stm and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/02/BBC120202.html.

________.  “‘Holocaust Denier’ Loses Appeal Bid.”  BBC Online, 20 July 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/uk/newsid_1448000/1448417.stm.

________.  “‘Holocaust Denier’ Vows to Fight On.”  BBC Online, 21 July 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/uk/newsid_1450000/1450150.stm.

________.  “Interview with David Irving by Tim Sebastian from the BBC World Service ‘Hard Talk’ television program, 28 Apr. 2000.”  Available on the Internet in Real Audio format at http://person.wanadoo.fr/roger.amgot/hist/irvg0d28.ra. [No longer online.]

________.  “The Irving Trial.”  BBC Radio Four program on the Irving-Lipstadt Trial, 8 Nov. 2001.  Transcript available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/BBCFour081101a.html.

Brivati, Brian.  “Courtroom Without the John Grisham Drama.” Times Higher Education Supplement, no. 1513 (16 Nov. 2001): 22.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/books/Guttenplan/TLS161101.html.

Brown, Mike.  “Speaker Heralds Personal Victory Over Holocaust Revisionists.”  The [University of Washington at Seattle] Daily, 19 Jan. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://archives.thedaily.washington.edu/2001/011901/N3.lipstadt.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/trial3/SeattleUniv200101.html.

Browning, Christopher.  “Historians and Holocaust Denial in the Courtroom.”  In Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide.  Ed. John K. Roth and Elisabeth Maxwell.  New York: Palgrave, 2001, Vol. I, 773-778.  Although Browning also briefly writes of his testimony in the Zundel trial, most of this article concerns the Irving/Lipstadt case.

Buchan, James.  “Bedlam’s Prophet.”  New Statesman 130 (23 Mar. 2001): 54-55.  Available on the Internet at http://www.newstatesman.co.uk/200103260048.htm.

Buruma, Ian.  “Blood Libel: Hitler and History in the Dock.” New Yorker 77 (16 Apr. 2001): 82-86.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/trial3/NewYorker160401.html.

Butler, Declan.  “French Research Agency to Seek Ruling on Holocaust Sceptics.”  Nature 392 (23 Apr. 1998): 745.

Campbell, Duncan.  “Irving Turns to US Fans to Fund his Legal Costs.” Guardian, 31 May 2000, 19.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardianunlimited.co.uk/irving/article/0,2763,326562,00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/trial3/Guardian310500.html.

________.  “Protesters Dog Hitler Historian’s Tour.”  Guardian, 21 May 2002, 12.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4417609,00.html.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.  Interview with Richard Evans from the radio program “As It Happens,” 12 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.radio.cbc.ca/programs/asithappens/real/pt2-00-04-12-aih2.ram.

Carmichael, William, and Michael Collins Piper.  “David Irving Pursues Libel Lawsuit.”  The Spotlight, 25 Jan. 2000.

Carroll, Simon.  “Denier Declares Bankruptcy, But He Continues to Sue for Libel.”  Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, 8 Mar. 2002.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishsf.com/content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/17834/edition_id/355/format/html/displaystory.html and (with a different title at) http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/03/JTA050302.html.

Chancellor, Alexander.  “Historians at War.”  Slate (13 Apr. 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://slate.msn.com/?id=80311.

Cohen, Nick.  “Without Prejudice: A Ploy Named ‘Sue’. Writs Are Flying Between Historians. But Who Gains When Academics Resolve Their Quarrels in Court?”  The Observer, 18 Mar. 2001, 31.  Available on the Internet at http://www.observer.co.uk/comment/story/0,6903,458526,00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/experts/Evans/Observer180301.html.

Cohen, Richard.  “A Nasty Turn in an Authors’ Feud.”  Washington Post, 26 June 2001, A17.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/01/06/WashPost260601.html.

Cope, Richard L.  “Irving versus Lipstadt: A Historian’s View of the Case.”  Kleio 33 (2001): 17-44.  Available on the Internet at http://www.unisa.ac.za/contents/publications/docs/kleio3.pdf and http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/books/Cope/Cope.pdf.

Coren, Giles.  “A Bad Sign.”  The Times [London], 20 July 2001.

________.  “David Irving.”  The Times [London], 28 July 2001.

________.  “David Irving.”  The Times [London], 24 July 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/reviews/Churchill/Times240701.html.

________.  “Tax Dodge.”  The Times [London], 26 July 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/reviews/Churchill/Times260701.html.

________.  “Write Off.”  The Times [London], 14 July 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/reviews/Churchill/Times140701.html.

Covington, Richard.  “Forever Young.”  Smithsonian 32 (Oct. 2001): 70-76.  Describes attempts by revisionists to challenge of the authenticity of Anne Frank’s diary.

Csillag, Ron.  “Lipstadt ‘Grateful’ to Have Tangled With Irving.” Canadian Jewish News, 2 Nov. 2000, 17.

Darville, Helen.  “Darville Dumps Irving.”  Courier-Mail, 20 Apr. 2000.

“David Irving.”  London Socialist Historians Group Newsletter, no. 8 (Lent 2000): 3.  Available on the Internet at ftp://www.londonsocialisthistorians.org/newsletter/DW00008.pdf.

“David Irving Invited to Oxford Union Society.”  Oxford University Student Union news release, 21 Apr. 2001.

“David Irving: Scum at the Bottom.”  Scum at the Top: Australia’s Journal of Political Character Assassination 4, no. 8 (15 Apr. 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://members.optushome.com.au/thesquiz/v4n8.htm#Scum.

Davidson, Joanne.  “Author Lipstadt Wages War Against Those Denying Holocaust.”  Denver Post, 27 Feb. 2001, E11.

Davis, Douglas.  “Holocaust Denier Irving to Debate at Oxford.” Jerusalem Post, 20 Apr. 2001, 5A.

________.  “UK Court to Allow Irving to State Grounds for Appeal.” Jerusalem Post, 16 Mar. 2001, 6A.

“Defeating the Deniers.”  New York Jewish Week, 14 Apr. 2000, 6.  Available on the Internet at http://www.thejewishweek.com/top/editletcontent.php3?artid=347.

“Denial Trial.”  The Review 25 (June 2000): 26.

“Denier Irving Offers Fraction of Legal Fees.”  Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, 17 Aug. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishsf.com/content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/16646/edition_id/327/format/html/displaystory.html.

Denison, Simon.  “Keep on Thinking Free.”  British Archaeology, no. 53 (June 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba/ba53/ba53comm.html.

Dettelbach, Cynthia.  “Meeting Evil Incarnate in a Pinstripe Suit.” Cleveland Jewish News, 24 Mar. 2000, 4.

Diamond, Andrew.  “French Jews Try to Bring Down Holocaust Deniers.” Jerusalem Post, 25 July 2001.  Available on the Internet (with a different title) at http://www.jewishaz.com/jewishnews/010727/french.shtml.

________.  “Taking on France’s ‘Fascist University.’” Jerusalem Post, 3 Aug. 2001, 5B.

Dillon, Hugh.  “Judgment Day for Hitler’s Liar.”  Sydney Morning Herald, 8 Sept. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/books/Guttenplan/SMH0609101.html.

Dodd, Vikram.  “Failed Libel Action Costs Irving His Home.” Guardian, 22 May 2002, 11.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardian.co.uk/irving/article/0,2763,719771,00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/05/Guardian220502.html.

Dodd, Vikram, and D. D. Guttenplan.  “Holocaust Denier Made Bankrupt.” Guardian, 5 Mar. 2002, 5.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4367846,00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/03/JTA050302.html.

Donnelly, Rachel.  “Irving Loses Appeal Against High Court Libel Ruling .’”  Irish Times, 21 July 2001, 12.

Dyer, Daniel.  “Close-Up Views of Holocaust Denier’s Case.”  [Cleveland] Plain Dealer, 15 July 2001, 16I.

Edwards, Rob.  “Anti-Green Activist in Links With Nazi Writer.  Revealed: Campaigner Against Nature Conservation Has ‘Friendly’ Meetings With Racist Extremist.”  Sunday Herald [Glasgow], 5 May 2002, 8.  Available on the Internet at http://www.sundayherald.com/24420.

Elliott, James.  “The Holocaust in Court.”  Hamilton Spectator, 8 Apr. 2000.

Epstein, Eric.  “Fit to Be Tried: Maurice Papon and the Vichy Syndrome: Defeat and Collaboration.”  Journal of Genocide Research 1 (Mar 1999): 115-121.

“Error of Judgment.”  Evening Standard, 10 May 2001, 13.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/01/05/EvStd100501a.html.

Eskin, Blake.  “Defending the Truth.”  Newsday, 27 May 2001, B12-B14.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/books/Guttenplan/Newsday270501.html.

“Evans on Irving.”  Varsity Online [Cambridge University], 4 May 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/experts/Evans/EvansVarsity.html.

Evans, Richard J.  Lying About Hitler: History, Holocaust, and the David Irving Trial.  New York: Basic Books, 2001.

________.  “A Trial Under Cross Examination: A Controversial Account of the Irving Libel Trial.”  Sunday Telegraph, 18 Mar. 2001, 11.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/experts/Evans/DTel200301.html.

Evans, Richard, and Alun Munslow.  “Facts to Fight Over: A New Book About the Irving Trial is Set to Reignite the Row About What History is.”  Guardian, 6 Feb. 2001, 14.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4130992,00.html.

Ezard, John.  “Publisher Drops Irving Trial Book: Top Historian’s Work Rejected Amid Libel Fears Finds New Home.”  Guardian, 14 Mar. 2001, 3.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,3604,451525,00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/experts/Evans/Guardian140301.html.

Fields, Suzanne.  “Traversing the Slippery Slope of Anti-Semitism.” Philadelphia Business Journal 19 (21 Apr. 2000): 67.

________.  “When Neo-Nazis Have Short Memories.”  Jewish World Review, 3 Feb. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishworldreview.com/cols/fields020300.asp.

Fischel, Jack.  “‘The Most Important Holocaust Trial Since Eichmann’: From Inside and Out, Two Books Deconstruct the Irving Case Against Deborah Lipstadt.”  Forward, 17 Aug. 2001, 11. Available on the Internet at http://www.forward.com/issues/2001/01.08.17/arts3.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/books/Guttenplan/Forward170801.html.

Foxman, Abraham.  “History is Not on Trial.”  Brill’s Content 3 (May 2000): 57-58.

Foxman, Abraham H.  “Irving is an Antisemite, Not a Historian.” Jerusalem Post, 20 June 2000, 8.

“France Will Probe Holocaust Deniers.”  Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, 7 Dec. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishsf.com/content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/17330/edition_id/343/format/html/displaystory.html.

Fraser, Nicholas.  The Voice of Modern Hatred: Tracing the Rise of Neo-Fascism in Europe.  Woodstock, NY: The Overlook Press, 2001.

“Fuhrer Jibe by Irving.”  London Jewish News, 17 Mar. 2000.

Fulford, Robert.  “All Eyes on the Little Man: Narcissism was Holocaust Denier David Irving’s Sole Motivation.”  National Post, 30 Jan. 2001, B1.  Available on the Internet at http://www.robertfulford.com//DavidIrving.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/trial3/NPost300101.html.

________.  “David Irving and Holocaust Denial.”  National Post, 18 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.robertfulford.com//IrvingHolocaustDenial.html.

Gable, Gerry.  “Mein Kampf (My Struggle) - 38 years of Fighting Irving.”  Searchlight, no. 299 (May 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.searchlightmagazine.com/index.php?link=template&story=75.

Gerard, Jasper.  “David Irving on the March to Stop £2m Bankruptcy Petition.”  Sunday Times [London], 27 Jan. 2002.

________.  “Irving Goes on a War Footing With His Lawyer.” Sunday Times [London], 12 Aug. 2001.

“Germany’s Jewish Leader Criticizes Holocaust Memorial Fund Campaign.” Jerusalem Post, 3 Aug. 2001, 13A.

Gewirtz, Jacob.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Apr. 1975): 5.

“Ghosts of David Irving Trial Haunt Publishers: Macmillan UK Charged by Holocaust Scholar With Refusing to Print Article on Genocide Deniers. Macmillan Cited Fear of Litigation.”  Armenian Reporter International, 30 Dec. 2000, 14.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Macmillan/Charny250601.html and http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/people/c/charny.israel/press/armenian_reporter.001230.

Gibb, Frances.  “Judge Sees Merit in Trial Without Jury.” The Times [London], 6 Nov. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/01/11/Times061101.html.

Gillerman, Roberta, and Joe Gillerman.  “David Irving.”  Los Angeles Times, 31 May 2000, B8.

“A Global Victory for Truthful Speech.”  Georgia F.O.I. Access 7 (Summer 2000): 4.

Goldberg, Jonathan.  “The Appeal Judgement in the Case of David Irving v. Professor Deborah Lipstadt and Penguin Books.”  Justice, no. 29 (Autumn 2001): 13-16.  Available on the Internet at http://www.intjewishlawyers.org/docenter/frames.asp?id=9276 and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/01/12/GoldbergQC.html.

________.  “Denial of the Holocaust: The Trial of David Irving v. Professor Deborah Lipstadt and Penguin Books.”  Justice, no. 24 (2000) 5-11.  Available on the Internet at http://www.intjewishlawyers.org/docenter/frames.asp?id=9271.

Goodchild, Sophie.  “History Repeats Itself for Irving as Tolstoy Threatens Action.”  The Independent, 17 Sept. 2000.  Available on the Internet at  http://www.fpp.co.uk/History/General/Tolstoy/Independent170900.html.

Göthe, Erik.  “Biblioteken beskyddade.”  Tidsskrift för folkets rättigheter 19, no. 1-2 (2000).  Available in the original Swedish on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/08/SwedishBanSwed.html, and in English (“Censorship in Sweden”) at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/08/SwedishBanEngl.html.

Gove, Michael.  “Rewriting the Past for the Battles of Today: History is Being Distorted in a Growing Assault on Truth and Memory.”  The Times [London], 20 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/01/04/Times200301.html.

Graham, Stephen.  “Campaign Over Berlin Holocaust Memorial to be Toned Down.”  Jerusalem Post, 5 Aug. 2001, 4.

________.  “Holocaust Denial to Be Used in Germany to Raise Funds.” Jerusalem Post, 18 July 2001, 6.

Greene, Brian.  “It Defies Logic to Claim There Was No Holocaust.” Scottish Daily Express, 23 July 2001, 32.

Greene, Richard A.  “BBC Eyes Holocaust Denial Libel Case.” Canadian Jewish News, 22 Nov. 2001, 38.

Greene, Rob.  “Insight” radio column on David Irving from Radio Netherlands broadcast, 21 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.rnw.nl/en/html/insite000421.html. [No longer online.]

Greene, Richard Allen.  “Holocaust Denier Irving Attempts to Appeal Libel Verdict.”  Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, 29 June 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishsf.com/content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/16388/edition_id/321/format/html/displaystory.html and (with a different title at) http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/Appeal/JTA270601.html.

Gregoriadis, Linus.  “Holocaust Denier Irving to Speak at Oxford Union.”  Daily Telegraph, 19 Apr. 2001, 3.

Greif, Mark.  “History in the Dock.”  Times Literary Supplement, no. 5128 (13 July 2001): 28.

Guttenplan, D. D.  “First Blood: How the Case Was Won Before It Reached Court.”  Guardian, 12 Mar. 2001, 3.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4150204,00.html.

________.  The Holocaust on Trial.  London: Granta Books, 2001.

________.  “The War on Truth.”  Guardian, 12 Mar. 2001, 2.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,3604,450207,00.html.

Guttenplan, D. D., and Martin Bright.  “The Model, the Saudi Prince and the Uboat Commander: David Irving’s Secret Backers.”  The Observer, 3 Mar. 2002, 8.  Available on the Internet at http://www.observer.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,6903,660934,00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/03/Observer24202.html and http://www2.ca.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/people/i/irving.david/press/Secret_Backers.020303.

Hannan, Martin.  “Scot Who Claimed the Holocaust Was a Hoax.” The Scotsman, 1 June 1998, 22.

Harrington, Aine.  “Judge Saw Irving as Anti-Semite Who Promoted Neo-Nazism.”  The Herald [Glasgow], 21 June 2001, 4.

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Stanton, R.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (May 1975): 7-8.

Stark, Tamás.  “Antisemitic Writings of the Arrow Cross Emigration.”  In Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide.  Ed. John K. Roth and Elisabeth Maxwell.  New York: Palgrave, 2001, Vol. I, 897-910.  Many of the postwar Hungarian writers mentioned by Stark were living in exile in South America.

Stauber, Roni.  “From Revisionism to Holocaust Denial - David Irving as a Case Study.”  Tel Aviv: The Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Racism, Tel Aviv University, 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.h-net.org/~antis/papers/stauber/.

Stevick, Eric.  “Author Met by Anti-Nazi Protest.”  The Herald [Everett, WA], 20 May 2002.  Available on the Internet at http://www.heraldnet.com/Stories/02/5/20/15497850.cfm.

Stockman, Sebastian.  “Defenders Tell Story of British Libel Suit Brought by Holocaust Historian.”  Legal Intelligencer, 31 Oct. 2000, 3.

Strempek, Carol.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Mar. 1975): 5.

“Student Union’s Race Policy Faces Shake-Up: President-Elect Demands That Racists Be Shown the Door.”  Oxford Student, Trinity Term 00, issue no. 4 (11 May 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.oxfordstudent.com/tt2000wk2/News/student_union's_race_policy_faces_shake-up.

“Sweden Takes On Holocaust Denial and Neo-Nazis.”  Response 21 (Summer 2000): 8.  [Note:  There were two consecutive issues numbered as Vol. 21, no. 2 (Summer 2000).  This article is from the second, mis-numbered issue.]

Taylor, Charles.  “Evil Takes the Stand: When Holocaust Denier David Irving Demanded a Libel Trial in England, the Nature of History Itself Was at Stake.”  Salon, 24 May 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.salon.com/books/feature/2001/05/23/irving/index.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/Legal/Penguin/books/Guttenplan/Salon230501.html.

Taylor, Kate.  “BNP and Holocaust Denial.”  Searchlight, no. 299 (May 2000).

________.  “Irving Fails in Final Appeal Bid.”  Searchlight, no. 315 (Sept. 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.searchlightmagazine.com/index.php?link=template&story=106.

Taylor, Kate, ed.  Holocaust Denial: The Irving Trial and International Revisionism.  London: Searchlight Educational Trust, 2000.  Excerpt available on the Internet at http://web.archive.org/web/20020124050008/http://www.searchlighteducationaltrust.org/holocaust/whitewashingThePast.htm.

Taylor, Phil.  “Kiwi Link to ‘Pro-Nazi’ Historian.”  Sunday Star-Times [Auckland, NZ], 10 Mar. 2002, 5.

Temko, Ned.  “Debatable Freedoms: The Oxford Union’s Invitation to David Irving to Debate Was a Travesty. Thankfully, It’s Been Dropped.” Guardian, 10 May 2001, 18.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4184031,00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/01/05/Guardian100501.html.

Terrazas, Michael.  “Court Finds Lipstadt Innocent in Libel Suit.” Emory Report, 17 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.emory.edu/EMORY_REPORT/erarchive/2000/April/erapril.17/4_17_00innocent.html.

________.  “Lipstadt Suit Goes to British Court.”  Emory Report, 18 Jan. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.emory.edu/EMORY_REPORT/erarchive/2000/January/erjanuary.18/1_18_00lipstadt.html.

“Three Reichs You’re Out: Nazi Apologist Loses Law Suit.”  Library Journal Digital, 17 Apr. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA156161.html.

Trafford, David.  “Irving - A Politician, Not an Historian.” Searchlight, no. 301 (July 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.searchlightmagazine.com/index.php?link=template&story=79.

Tremblay, Francois.  “Revising Our Prejudices: The Holocaust and Freedom of Speech.”  The Liberator, 19 May 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.liberator.net/articles/TremblayFrancois/revising.html.

Trew, Cressida.  “Poland and Holocaust History.”  History Review, no. 35 (Dec. 1999): 25-28.

Trigano, Shmuel.  France Faces its Past: French Jews Face an Uncertain Future.  Policy Forum, no. 17.  Jerusalem: World Jewish Congress, 1998.

“A Triumph, Tempered: Lessons From a Holocaust Denial Case.”  Chicago Jewish Star, 4 May 2000, 4.

Tugend, Tom.  “Holocaust Denier Irving Finds Support in California.” Jerusalem Post, 1 June 2000, 7.  Available on the Internet at http://www.focal.org/online/JerusPost/050600.html.

Ulrich, Roy.  “Going Broke to Defend Yourself.”  National Law Journal, 12 June 2000, A21.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/people/i/irving.david/press/irving-vrs-lipstadt/National_Law_Journal.000612.

Umansky, Eric.  “Reporting Revisionism.”  Brill’s Content 3 (Sept. 2000): 36.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/08/Brills0900.html.

“Union Cracks Show.”  Oxford Student, Trinity Term 01, issue no. 2 (26 Apr. 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.oxfordstudent.com/tt2001wk1/Editorial/union_cracks_show.

Van Pelt, Robert Jan.  The Case for Auschwitz: Evidence from the Irving Trial.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2002.  Excerpt reprinted (with the title “The Influence of Literary Theory on the Origins of Holocaust Denial”) in Those Who Forget the Past: The Question of Anti-Semitism.  Ed. Ron Rosenbaum.  New York: Random House, 2004, 385-396.

“Victory of History Over Hate.”  Response 21 (Summer 2000): 7-8.  [Note:  There were two consecutive issues numbered as Vol. 21, no. 2 (Summer
2000).  This article is from the second, mis-numbered issue.]

Watt, Donald Cameron.  “The Trial and Errors of David Irving.” Evening Standard, 19 Mar. 2001, 50.

Weinstein, Dahlia Jean.  “Holocaust Historian Describes Legal Fight.” Rocky Mountain News, 2 Mar. 2001, 34D.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Auschwitz/Lipstadt/inDenver0401.html.

Weiss, Enid.  “Scholar’s Victory Leaves N.J. Jews Pleased But Wary.” New Jersey Jewish News, 20 Apr. 2000, 8.

Weitzman, Hal.  “Holocaust-Denier Irving May Lost Mayfair Home.” Jerusalem Report (8 Apr. 2002): 8.

Wertheimer, Douglas.  “Holocaust Denier Likely to be Denied: This Time, It’s Different.”  Chicago Jewish Star, 30 Mar. 2000, 1.

Wheatcroft, Geoffrey.  “Bearing False Witness: Two Accounts of David Irving’s Libel Suit in Britain Over an American Book’s Version of His Views on the Holocaust.”  New York Times Book Review, 13 May 2001, 12-13.  Available online (for registered New York Times readers)  at http://www.nytimes.com/books/01/05/13/reviews/010513.13wheatct.html.

Wiesenthal, Simon.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Apr. 1975): 5.

Wilgoren, Jodi.  “Commencement: At Yeshiva U., Writer Tells Of Holocaust Libel Case.”  New York Times, 26 May 2000, B3.

Williamson, Hugh.  “Holocaust Claim Launches Drive for Memorial Funding.”  Financial Times, 20 July 2001, 3.

Wilson, Ben.  Letter to the Editor.  Church of England Newspaper, 26 May 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/trial3/Christians.html.

Wilson, Colin.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Jan. 1975): 5-6.

________.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Feb. 1975): 6.

Wistrich, R.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Apr. 1975): 7-8.

Wistrich, Robert S.  “Nationalist Challenges in the New Europe.”  In Anti-Semitism Worldwide 1997/8.  Tel Aviv: The Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Racism, Tel Aviv University, 1998.  Available on the Internet at http://www.tau.ac.il/Anti-Semitism/asw97-8/wistrich.html.

Wohlgelernter, Elli.  “No Denying Her Now.”  Jerusalem Post, 2 June 2000, 14.

________.  “The Personal Touch.”  Jerusalem Post, 23 June 2000, 10.  Available on the Internet at http://www.focal.org/online/JerusPost/220600.html.

Woodward, Will.  “Irving to Speak at Oxford Union: Holocaust Denier Will Debate With Libel Case QC.”  Guardian, 19 Apr. 2001, 11.  Available on the Internet at http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4172149,00.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/01/04/Guardian190401.html.

WRNI.  Report from Rhode Island public radio program “One Union Station,” 1 June 2001, on the David Irving/Deborah Lipstadt trial.  Available on the Internet in RealAudio format via http://www.oneunionstation.org/archive/2001/06/060101b.asp. [No longer online.]

Yurman, Dan.  “Index of the Holocaust Denial Trial Media Coverage: Irving v. Lipstadt.”  Idea: A Journal of Social Issues 5 (May 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://ideajournal.com/yurman-media-index.html.

________.  “The News Media & Holocaust Denial: A Case in Point. Irving v. Lipstadt.”  Idea: A Journal of Social Issues 5 (May 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://ideajournal.com/yurman-media.html.

Zainaldin, Jamil.  “The Price of Truth: History, Deborah Lipstadt, and the Libel Trial.”  Perspectives 40 (Jan. 2002): 27-30.  Available on the Internet at http://www.theaha.org/perspectives/issues/2002/0201/0201note1.cfm.

Zaldin, Donald.  “The Holocaust is Undeniable.”  National Post, 1 Feb. 2001.

Zeitchik, Steven.  “The Real Shocker Among BEA Exhibitors: David Irving.”  PW NewsLine, 7 May 2002.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/05/PW070502.html.
 

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CANADIAN REVISIONISTS

“Antisemitic Attacks; Zundel Retreats.”  Response 22 (Fall/Winter 2000-01): 14.

Bailey, Sue.  “Ex-Columnist Loses Bid to Challenge Ruling: Doug Collins, Ordered to Pay a Jewish Man $2,000 for Anti-Semitic Sentiments, Fails to Get Top Court to Hear His Appeal.”  Vancouver Sun, 10 Aug. 2001, B4.

Becker, Michael.  “Ex-Columnist Doug Collins Dead at 81.” North Shore News, 1 Oct. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nsnews.com/issues01/w100101/101201/news/101201nn1.html.

“B’nai Brith Outraged by Holocaust Hoax.”  Ottawa Citizen, 20 Apr. 2001, A7.

“Canadian Teacher Disciplined for Off-Duty Anti-Semitic Statements.” Justice, no. 9 (June 1996): 31-35.  Available on the Internet at http://www.intjewishlawyers.org/docenter/frames.asp?id=9254.

Cheadle, Bruce.  “Zundel Denied Citizenship.”  Toronto Sun, 14 Dec. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/people/z/zundel.ernst/press/Toronto_Sun.001214.

“Doug Collins, Controversial Columnist.”  Miami Herald, 1 Oct. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Collins/MiamiHeraldObit.html.

“Doug Collins Taught Us Little of Note About Free Speech.”  Vancouver Sun, 2 Oct. 2001, A12.

Kinsella, Warren.  “The Good and the Bad from the Bench.” Ottawa Citizen, 13 Aug. 2001, A13.

Makin, Kirk.  “Zündel Throws in Towel at Human-Rights Proceeding.” Globe and Mail, 27 Nov. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/11/GlobeandMail271100.html.

Mitrovica, Andrew.  “Zündel Now Calling U.S. Home.” Globe and Mail, 24 Feb. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Auschwitz/Zundel/GlobeMail240201.html.

Skelton, Chad.  “Controversial Doug Collins Dies at 81: The Columnist Was Seen as Either Defender or Abuser of Free Speech After Holocaust Views.” Vancouver Sun, 1 Oct. 2001, B6.

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ASIAN REVISIONISTS

Kowner, Rotem. “Tokyo Recognizes Auschwitz: The Rise and Fall of Holocaust Denial in Japan, 1989-1999.”  Journal of Genocide Research 3 (2001): 257-272.
 

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REVISIONISM IN OCEANIA

Aldworth, Winston.  “‘Holocaust Denier’ Case Review Urged.” Waikato Times, 6 July 2000, 3.

________.  “‘Holocaust’ Student Drops PhD Study.”  Waikato Times, 29 June 2000, 2.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/07/Waikato0650700.html.

________.  “Inquiry Launched into Kupka Case.”  Waikato Times, 10 Aug. 2000.

________.  “Jews Seek Inquiry on Denier Case Handling.”  Waikato Times, 3 May 2000, 12.

________.  “Kupka Criticism Going Abroad.”  Waikato Times, 29 July 2000.

________.  “Law School Calls for Inquiry into Holocaust Case.” Waikato Times, 19 May 2000, 2.

________.  “Varsity Rejects Fresh Call for Inquiry.”  Waikato Times, 12 May 2000, 2.

________.  “Yellow Star to be Worn in Protest.”  Waikato Times, 14 June 2000, 3.

Alley, Oskar.  “MP Up in Arms Over Holocaust Academic.”  The Dominion [Wellington, NZ], 9 Jan. 2001, 3.

“Anti-Racism Victory: Adelaide Institute Complaint Upheld.”  The Review 25 (Nov. 2000): 31.

Apple, Benseon.  “It’s All a Conspiracy: The Arrest and Imprisonment of Frederick Toben.”  Generation: A Journal of Australian Jewish Life, Thought and Community 8 (May 2000): 6-11.

Aronson, Cathy.  “Law School Wades into ‘Neo-Nazi’ Controversy.” New Zealand Herald, 19 May 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nzherald.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm?storyID=137541.

________.  “Neo-Nazi Probe Launched.”  New Zealand Herald, 10 Aug. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.herald.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm?storyID=147314 and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/08/NZHerald110800.html.

________.  “Neo-Nazi Scrap Nearly Drove Out Varsity Man.” New Zealand Herald, 26 Jan. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nzherald.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm? storyID=169836 and http://www.fpp.co.uk/BoD/origins/Hayward/NZHerald260101.html.

“Aussies Petition Court to Enforce Order Against Denier.”  Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, 13 Apr. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishsf.com/content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/15903/edition_id/310/format/html/displaystory.html.

Ben Moshe, Danny.  “Destroying the Truth: Holocaust Deniers in Australia.”  Generation: A Journal of Australian Jewish Life, Thought and Community 8 (May 2000): 5-12.

Bing, Dov.  “Pseudo-History: Holocaust Denial and New Zealand’s Universities.”  The Review 25 (July 2000): 16-17.  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2000/257/pseudo.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/07/AustralIsrlRev.html.

Browne, Alister.  “Holocaust Denier Comes to Defence of Hayward.” Evening Standard [Palmerston North, NZ], 9 June 2000, 2.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/people/h/hayward.joel/press/Manawatu_Standard.000609.

Clarke, Simone.  “Bureaucrat by Day, Revisionist Researcher by Night: Michael Mills and the Banality of Denial.”  Generation: A Journal of Australian Jewish Life, Thought and Community 8 (May 2000): 12-16.

Cohen, David.  “University Gave MA for Thesis Denying Holocaust.” Guardian, 18 May 2000, 20.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/05/Hayward3.html.

________.  “University in New Zealand Is Faulted for Awarding Degree for Thesis That Questioned the Holocaust.”  Chronicle of Higher Education, 5 Jan. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/BoD/origins/Hayward/JournalHighEduc.html.

________.  “University Won’t Revoke Degree for Student Who Queried the Holocaust.”  Jerusalem Report (5 June 2000): 9.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/00/05/Hayward2.html.

Collins, Matthew.  “Fred and Pauline: Love in a Warm Climate.” The Review 26 (Apr. 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2001/264/toben-hanson.html.

Darlington, Tim.  “Politics Has No Place in Thesis Arguments.” Sunday Star-Times [Auckland, NZ], 4 June 2000, 8.

“Freedom of Speech and the Holocaust.”  Evening Post [Wellington, NZ], 20 Apr. 2000, 4.

“Handling of Case ‘Naive’: Staff Critical of University Over Holocaust Student.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 15 Aug. 2001, 10.

“Hate Peddlers.”  The Review 25 (Nov. 2000): 31.

Hayward, Joel.  “Hayward and His Switch on Holocaust.”  Sunday Star-Times [Auckland, NZ], 28 May 2000, 8.

________.  “History Thesis.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 31 May 2000.

“The History of the Holocaust.”  Manawatu Evening Standard, 22 Dec. 2000, 8.

“Holocaust Denial Viewed as World Class Blunder.”  New Zealand Herald, 20 Jan. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/BoD/origins/Hayward/NZHerald220101.html.

“Holocaust Row Revived.”  Manawatu Evening Standard, 3 Mar. 2001, 1.

“Holocaust Seminar ‘Distressing.’”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 2 June 2000, 8.

“Intrigue at the Chalkface.”  Evening Standard [Palmerston North, NZ], 7 June 2000, 8.

“Kupka Inquiry a Logical Outcome.”  Waikato Times, 11 Aug. 2000, 6.

Jones, Jeremy.  “Black Marks: Anti-Jewish Activity in Australia.” The Review 27 (Feb. 2002).  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2002/272/antisem00-01.html.

________.  “Court Date: One Day in December.”  The Review 26 (Jan. 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2001/261/backp261.html.

________.  “Debating ‘Demidenko.’”  Australian Journal of Human Rights 2 (1995).  Available on the Internet at http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/other/ahric/ajhr/V2N1/ajhr2107.html.

________.  “Leaping the Line.”  The Review 25 (Nov. 2000): 32.  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2000/2511/macklin.html.

________.  “New Zealand School Apologizes for Holocaust Denial Thesis.”  Jerusalem Post, 26 Dec. 2000, 5.

________.  “Wrong Rights: Chapter and Worse.”  The Review 26 (May 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2001/265/yrights.html.

Leitz, Christian.  “Haden Misses Point.”  Sunday Star-Times [Auckland, NZ], 28 May 2000, 8.

Levi, John.  “Lane Ways: Terry Lane and the Jews.”  The Review 27 (Feb. 2002).  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2002/272/lane.html.

McAloon, Jim.  “History Thesis.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 1 June 2000.

________.  Letter to the Editor.  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 25 May 2000.

Macdonald, Carly.  “Take Away Degree.”  Sunday Star-Times [Auckland, NZ], 28 May 2000, 8.

Mendes, Philip.  “Helen Demidenko, Jews & Ukrainians.” Current Affairs Bulletin 72 (Dec. 1995/Jan. 1996): 47-51.

________.  “Jews, Ukrainians, Nazi War Crimes and Literary Hoaxes Down Under.”  Patterns of Prejudice 30, no. 2 (1996): 55-71.  A slightly different version (without footnotes) is available on the Internet at http://www.join.org.au/articles/demidnko.htm.

________.  “Some Reflections on the Demidenko Affair.”  Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal 13 (1996): 509-517.

Myers, John.  “Apology Over Work by Massey Lecturer.”  Manawatu Evening Standard, 21 Dec. 2000, 2.

________.  “Massey Comes to Aid of Hayward.”  Manawatu Evening Standard, 5 Mar. 2001, 1.

________.  “Victoria Seminar Staggers Hayward.”  Manawatu Evening Standard, 2 June 2000, 1.

“New Zealand Revisionist Thesis.”  Martyrdom and Resistance 27 (Jan.-Feb. 2001): 13.

“New Zealand School Regrets Thesis Denying the Shoah.”  Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, 5 Jan. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishsf.com/content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/15253/edition_id/296/format/html/displaystory.html.

“New Zealand University Won’t Revoke Degree Over Holocaust.”  Chronicle of Higher Education, 26 May 2000, A60.

“No Change to Thesis.”  Evening Post [Wellington, NZ], 21 Dec. 2000, 9.

Possum, Nick.  “Darville Should Be Hauled In For Questioning.” Sydney City Hub, 9 Mar. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.brushtail.com.au/question.darville.html.

“Punishing Weird Ideas Can Backfire.”  Herald Sun, 13 Nov. 2000, 18.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/orgs/australian/adelaide-institute/press/Herald_Sun.001113.

Regan, Mike.  “Inquiry into New Zealand Master’s Thesis that Denies Shoah.”  Jerusalem Post, 2 June 2000, 6.

Rivers, Janet.  “‘Sorry’ Won’t Rewrite the Wrongs.”  Times Higher Education Supplement, no.1471 (26 Jan. 2001): 10.

Ross, Tara.  “Findings Loom on Holocaust Thesis.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 19 Dec. 2000, 1.

________.  “Hayward Rejects Revisionist’s Claims.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 29 June 2000, 3.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/people/h/hayward.joel/press/Christchurch_Press.000629.

________.  “University Tries to Plug Thesis Fallout.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 22 Dec. 2000, 3.

Ruarus, Solvejg.  “History Thesis.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 25 May 2000.

Ryan, Greg.  “History Thesis.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 3 June 2000.

“Salvaging Reputations.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 23 Dec. 2000, 6.

Scanlon, Sean.  “Thesis Casts Shadow.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 20 Dec. 2000, 7.

________.  “Thesis Supervision Angers Jewish Group.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 3 Mar. 2001, 1.

Scanlon, Sean, and Diana McCurdy.  “Historian in Thesis Post.” The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 10 June 2000, 8.

Scanlon, Sean, and Tara Ross.  “Audit Pans Thesis on Holocaust.” The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 21 Dec. 2000, 1.

Schouten, Hank.  “Holocaust Thesis Debate to Reopen.”  Evening Post [Wellington, NZ], 1 June 2000, 1.

“Shonky Thesis a Dire Scandal.”  Sunday Star-Times [Auckland, NZ], 14 Jan. 2001, 8.

“Students March on Varsity Over PhD Man.”  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 12 May 2000, 9.

“Thesis Seminar on Hold.”  Evening Post [Wellington, NZ], 10 June 2000, 3.

Thorley, Lester.  “University Critics Cite Kupka Case.”  Waikato Times, 14 Aug. 2001, 3.

Unger, H. Ralf.  Letter to the Editor.  The Press [Christchurch, NZ], 1 June 2000.

Walsh, Rebecca.  “A-plus Equals Anger for Jewish Groups.” New Zealand Herald, 22 Dec. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nzherald.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm?storyID=166126 and http://www.fpp.co.uk/BoD/origins/Hayward/NZHerald221200.html.

________.  “University Apologises for Holocaust Thesis.” New Zealand Herald, 21 Dec. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nzherald.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm?storyID=166001.

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REVISIONISM IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

“L’ambassadeur d’Israel salue le geste d’intellectuels arabes: Ils s’opposent a la tenue d’une conference negationniste.”  Le Monde, 19 Mar. 2001, 28.  English translation (“Israeli Ambassador Salutes Gesture by Arab Intellectuals: They Oppose the Holding of a Denial Conference”) available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010319translation.html.

Anti-Defamation League.  Anti-Semitism in the Egyptian Media February – May 2001.  New York: ADL, 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.adl.org/egyptian_media/antisem_feb_may_2001.asp.

“An Arab Voice Rejects Holocaust Denial.”  MEMRI Special Dispatch, no. 89 (28 Apr. 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=sd&ID=SP8900.

Bright, Martin, and Nick Pelham.  “Holocaust Conference Defies Fury.”  The Observer, 8 Apr. 2001, 18.  Available on the Internet at http://www.observer.co.uk/international/story/0,6903,470383,00.html and http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010408observer.html.

Cooper, Abraham.  “Behind the New War Against the Jews.” Response 22 (Summer 2001): 2-3.

Cooper, Abraham, and Harold Brackman.  “Holocaust Deniers Spread Their Lies in Mideast.”  USA Today, 8 Mar. 2001, 15A.  Available on the Internet at http://www.usatoday.com/news/comment/2001-03-08-ncguest2.htm and http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010308usatoday.html.

“Courageous Act of Decency in Beirut.”  Response 22 (Summer 2001): 4.

“Denying the Holocaust in Beirut.” Ha’aretz [English Internet ed.], 20 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010320haaretz.html.

“Don’t Tolerate Hate.”  Daily Star [Lebanon], 24 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at  http://www.dailystar.com.lb/opinion/24_03_01_a.htm and http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010323dailystared.html.

Edis, Taner.  “Cloning Creationism in Turkey.”  Reports of the National Center for Science Education 19 (Nov./Dec. 1999).  Available on the Internet at http://www.ncseweb.org/resources/rncse_content/vol19/8371_cloning_creationism_in_turkey_12_30_1899.asp.

“The Egyptian Government Paper Al-Akhbar Once Again Defends Hitler.” MEMRI Special Dispatch, no. 231 (20 June 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=sd&ID=SP23101.

El-Magd, Nadia Abou.  “Debating Holocaust Denial.”  Al-Ahram Weekly, 11-17 May 2000.

El-Yousseph, Mahmoud.  “Lebanon Merits Praise for Banning Conference.” Columbus Dispatch, 2 Apr. 2001, 6A.

Fleischer, Tzvi.  “Still in Denial.”  The Review 25 (Oct. 2000): 8.  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2000/2510/scribb2510.html.

Ghattas, Sam F.  “Lebanon Won’t Allow Holocaust Revisionist Meeting.” Jerusalem Post, 23 Mar. 2001, 2A.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010322ap.html and http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/01/03/IHR_Lebanon.html.

Halevi, Yossi Klein.  “Dance of Death Overtakes the Arab World.” Los Angeles Times, 15 May 2001, B13.  Available on the Internet at http://www.cdn-friends-icej.ca/antiholo/danceofdeath.html.

Harris, David A.  “Peace and Poison.”  The Review 25 (June 2000): 18.

Hegazi, Mohammed.  “The Cowardly Stoop of Rafic Al-Hariri.” Al Shaab, 30 Mar. 2001. Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010330alshaab.html.

“Holocaust Denial in the Arab World.”  Response 21 (Summer 2000): 5-6.  [Note:  There were two consecutive issues numbered as Vol. 21, no. 2 (Summer
2000).  This article is from the second, mis-numbered issue.]

“Holocaust Denial – Taking Root in Muslim World.”  Response 22 (Summer 2001): 4.

Honig, Sarah.  “Another Tack: Fiendish Hypocrisy I.”  Jerusalem Post, 29 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at  http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010329jp.html.

“Iran’s Supreme Leader: Holocaust ‘Numbers ... Were Fabricated.’” Response 22 (Summer 2001): 4.

Jones, Jeremy.  “Lebanon and Off: The Deniers Denied.”  The Review 26 (Apr. 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2001/264/bp264.html and http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010400review.html.

“Jordanian Writers Plan Holocaust Denial Meeting.”  Ha’aretz [English Internet ed.], 19 Apr. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010419haaretz.html.

Karsh, Efraim.  “Endless Intifada: The Long Trail of Arab Anti-Semitism.” The Review 26 (Mar. 2001): 25-27.  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2001/263/essay263.html.

Kawas, Nafez.  “Cabinet Insists Racist Meeting Won’t Happen: Conference of Holocaust Deniers is ‘Just a Rumor.’”  Daily Star [Lebanon], 23 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010323dailystar.html.

“King Hussein’s Words Lost in Flood of Hate.”  Response 22 (Summer 2001): 4-5.

“Lebanese PM Bans Holocaust Denial Conference in Beirut.” Ha’aretz [English Internet ed.], 25 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010325haaretz.html.

Lee, Martin A.  “Between Friends: U.S. Holocaust Deniers Help Unite Neo-Nazis, Arab Extremists.”  Intelligence Report, no. 105 (Spring 2002).  Available on the Internet at http://www.splcenter.org/intel/intelreport/article.jsp?sid=83.

________.  “The Swastika & the Crescent: In the Wake of Sept. 11, New Light is Thrown on the International Ties Increasingly Linking Muslim and Neo-Nazi Extremists.”  Intelligence Report, no. 105 (Spring 2002).  Available on the Internet at http://www.splcenter.org/intel/intelreport/article.jsp?aid=132 and http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2002/275/essay275.html.

Lungen, Paul.  “Holocaust Denial Finds New Home.”  Canadian Jewish News, 22 Feb. 2001, 1, 26.  Available on the Internet at http://www.cjnews.com/pastissues/01/feb22-01/main.asp and http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010222cjn.html.

Marcus, Itamar.  In Their Own Words: Antisemitism and Racism as Policy in the Palestinian Authority.  A Simon Wiesenthal Center Report Presented at the United Nations World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, Durban, South Africa, September 2001.  Los Angeles: Snider Social Action Institute, Simon Wiesenthal Center, 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.wiesenthal.com/atf/cf/%7BDFD2AAC1-2ADE-428A-9263-35234229D8D8%7D/palest_authority.pdf.

Melhem, Hisham.  “Organizers of the ‘Revisionism and Zionism’ Conference Confirm That It Will Be Held in Beirut at the End of March, and Accuse Washington of Hypocrisy and a Double Standard.”  As-Safir [Internet ed.], 10 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010310assafir.html.

________.  “Washington Demands of Lebanon ... And Warns It Against Hosting The ‘Holocaust Denial’ Conference.”  As-Safir [Internet ed.], 3 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010303asshafir.html.

Mobassaleh, Zeina.  “PM Rules Out Holding of Hate Conference: ‘Lebanon Has More Important Things to Do’ Than Play Host to Controversial Meet.” Daily Star [Lebanon], 24 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010324dailystar.html.

Naim, Mouna.  “L’appel de quatorze intellectuels arabes contre une conférence négationniste.”  Le Monde, 16 Mar. 2001.  Available in the original French on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010316lemonde.html, and in English (“The Appeal of Fourteen Arab Intellectuals Against a Denial Conference”) at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010316translation.html.

Nirenstein, Fiamma.  “How Suicide Bombers are Made.”  Commentary 112 (Sept. 2001): 53-55.

“‘No Chelmno, No Dachau, No Auschwitz.’”  Response 22 (Fall/Winter 2000-01): 4-5.

Nordbruch, Goetz.  The Socio-Historical Background of Holocaust Denial in Arab Countries: Arab reactions to Roger Garaudy’s The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics.  Analysis of Current Trends in Antisemitism, no. 17.  Jerusalem: The Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2001. Available on the Internet at http://sicsa.huji.ac.il/17nordbruch.html.

“Palestinian Article Calls the Holocaust ‘a Fable.’”  Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, 20 Apr. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishsf.com/content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/15944/edition_id/311/format/html/displaystory.html.

“Palestinians Debate Including the Holocaust in the Curriculum.” MEMRI Special Dispatch, no. 187 (21 Feb. 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=sd&ID=SP18701.

Pattir, Dan.  “Arab Demonization of Israel and the Jews.” Justice 27 (Spring 2001): 21-25.  Available on the Internet at http://www.intjewishlawyers.org/pdf/justice_27.pdf.

Prussakov, Valentin.  “Under Zionist Pressure.”  Zavtra, 17 Apr. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010417zavtra.html.

Saks, David.  “Strong Objections to Beirut Holocaust Denial Conference.” South African Jewish Report, 9 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010309sajr.html.

Salpeter, Eliahu.  “Fertile Soil for Holocaust Denial.” Ha’aretz [English Internet ed.], 28 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010328haaretz.html.

Sarhan, Hada.  “JWA Pulls Off Revisionist Historian Conference.” Jordan Times, 15 May 2001.

Schneider, Howard.  “Jews, Arabs Join to Decry Holocaust Deniers: Beirut Bans Holocaust Revision Session.”  Washington Post, 26 Mar. 2001, A20.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010326washpost.html.

Schulman, Sam.  “Inspector Clouseau of the Yad Vashem Gendarmerie: The Case of the Wily Dictator.”  Jewish World Review (15 Feb. 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.jewishworldreview.com/0200/clouseau1.asp.

Shain, Milton, and Andrew Lamprecht.  “A Past That Must Not Go Away: Holocaust Denial in South Africa.”  In Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide.  Ed. John K. Roth and Elisabeth Maxwell.  New York: Palgrave, 2001, Vol. I, 858-869.

“A Syrian Perspective on the Holocaust.”  MEMRI Special Dispatch, no. 125 (8 Sept. 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=sd&ID=SP12500.

Trafford, David.  “Beyond the Pale: Nazism, Holocaust Denial and the Arab World.”  The Review 26 (June 2001).  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2001/266/arab_holo.html.

Tugend, Tom.  “Beirut Ban on Hate Conference Applauded.” Jerusalem Post, 25 Mar. 2001, 2.  Available on the Internet at http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010325jp.html.

“Washington Warns Lebanon Not to Host Conference on Zionism.” Tehran Times, 4 Mar. 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://213.166.26.12/Description.asp?Da=3/4/01& Cat=2&Num=9 and http://www.ihr.org/conference/beirutconf/010304tehrantimes.html.

Webman, Esther.  “Rethinking the Holocaust: An Open Debate in the Arab World.”  In Anti-Semitism Worldwide 1998/9.  Tel Aviv: The Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Racism, Tel Aviv University, 1999.  Available on the Internet at http://www.tau.ac.il/Anti-Semitism/asw98-9/webman.html.

“Using New Technologies to Deliver Old Hate.”  Response 21 (Summer 2000): 14.  [Note:  There were two consecutive issues numbered as Vol. 21, no. 2 (Summer 2000).  This article is from the first, correctly numbered issue.]

Wohlgelernter, Elli.  “In a State of Denial.”  Jerusalem Post, 8 June 2001, 4B.  Available on the Internet at http://www.cdn-friends-icej.ca/antiholo/stateofdenial.html.

Wurmser, Meyrav.  The Schools of Ba’athism: A Study of Syrian Schoolbooks.  Washington, DC: The Middle East Media and Research Institute, 2000.

“Yad Vashem Response to Holocaust Denial in Palestine Media.” Martyrdom and Resistance 27 (Jan.-Feb. 2001): 9.

“Zionism and Nazism: A Discussion on the TV Channel Al-Jazeera.” MEMRI Special Dispatch, no. 225 (6 June 2000).  Available on the Internet at http://www.memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=sd&ID=SP22501.

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REVISIONISM IN SOUTH AMERICA

Aronovitz, Alberto M.  “Uruguay: The Example of a Small Country Fighting Against Racism and Anti-Semitism.”  Justice 27 (Spring 2001): 26-30.  Available on the Internet at http://www.intjewishlawyers.org/pdf/justice_27.pdf.
 

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LEGAL ASPECTS OF HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

Blackford, Russell.  “Free Speech and Hate Speech.” Quadrant 45 (Jan.-Feb. 2001): 10-17.

Cotler, Irwin.  “Holocaust Denial, Equality, and Harm: Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance in a Liberal Democracy.  In Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance: Essays in Honor and Memory of Yitzhak Rabin.  Ed. Raphael Cohen-Almagor.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000, 151-181.

“Cybercrime: German and U.S. Clash Over Efforts to Crack Down on Neo-Nazi Web Sites in the U.S.”  International Enforcement Law Reporter 17 (Feb. 2001): 63-65.

Douglas, Lawrence.  The Memory of Judgment: Making Law and History in the Trials of the Holocaust.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001.  Two chapters are especially relevant: “‘Did Six Million Really Die?’: Holocaust Denial and the Law” (212-225), and “Historians and Hearsay: The Denial Trials of Ernst Zundel” (226-256).

________.  “Wartime Lies: Securing the Holocaust in Law and Literature.”  In The Holocaust’s Ghost: Writings on Art, Politics, Law and Education.  Ed. F. C. DeCoste and Bernard Schwartz.  Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2000, 16-36.

Elman, Bruce P.  “The Belzberg Lecture: Honouring Memory, Doing Justice: Holocaust Denial, Hate Propaganda and Canadian Law.”  In The Holocaust’s Ghost: Writings on Art, Politics, Law and Education.  Ed. F. C. DeCoste and Bernard Schwartz.  Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2000, 314-327.

Henderson, Emma.  “Rightwingers’ Reprieve Faces Challenge: How Universities Should Deal With Negationist Theories of Second World War History.”  Times Higher Education Supplement, no.1073 (28 May 1993): 9.

Institute for Jewish Policy Research.  Combating Holocaust Denial through Law in the United Kingdom.  Civil Society - Report No. 3.  London:  Institute for Jewish Policy Research, 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.jpr.org.uk/Reports/CS_Reports/no_3_2000/index.htm.

“Internet: German High Court Decides Novel Issue in Holding That German Law May Impose Criminal Liability on Foreign Owners of Internet Websites Who Design Their Sites to Stir Up Racial Hatred Within German Society.” International Law Update 7 (Jan. 2001): 6-7.

Kahn, Robert A.  “Informal Censorship of Holocaust Revisionism in the United States and Germany.”  George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal 9 (Winter 1998): 125-149.

Kahn, Robert A.  “The Limits of Legal Fairness: Holocaust Denial and the Law in America, Canada, France and Germany.”  2 vols.  Ph.D. dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 2000.

________.  “Rebuttal Versus Unmasking: Legal Strategy in R. v. Zundel.”  Patterns of Prejudice 34, no. 3 (2000): 3-15.

Kuttner, Thomas S.  “Legal Constraints on the New Anti-Semitism: The Canadian Experience.”  In Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide.  Ed. John K. Roth and Elisabeth Maxwell.  New York: Palgrave, 2001, Vol. I, 832-846.

Maher, Laurence W.  “Migration Act Visitor Entry Controls and Free Speech: The Case of David Irving.”  Sydney Law Review 16 (Sept. 1994): 358-393.

Matas, David.  Bloody Words: Hate and Free Speech.  Winnipeg: Bain & Cox, 2000.  Contains chapters on “Holocaust Denial” (58-66), “The Zundel Prosecution” (67-83), and “The Ross Case” (117-130).

Mock, Karen R.  “Countering Anti-Semitism and Hate in Canada Today: Legal/Legislative Remedies and Current Realities.”  In Anti-Semitism Worldwide 1998/9.  Tel Aviv: The Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Racism, Tel Aviv University, 1999.  Available on the Internet at http://www.tau.ac.il/Anti-Semitism/asw98-9/mock.html.

Moon, Richard.  “The Regulation of Racist Expression.”  In Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance: Essays in Honor and Memory of Yitzhak Rabin.  Ed. Raphael Cohen-Almagor.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000, 182-199.

Mulvihill, Dennise.  “Irving v. Penguin: Historians on Trial and the Determination of Truth Under English Libel Law.”  Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 11 (2000): 217- 256.

Schmidt, Markus G., and Raphaële L. Vojtovix.  “Holocaust Denial and Freedom of Expression.”  In The Jurisprudence of Human Rights Law: A Comparative Interpretive Approach.  Ed. Theodore S. Orlin, Allan Rosas, and Martin Scheinin.  Turku/Åbo, Finland: Institute for Human Rights, Åbo Akademi University, 2000, 133-158.

Schneider, Wendie Ellen.  “Past Imperfect: Irving v. Penguin Books Ltd.”  Yale Law Journal 110 (2001): 1531-1545.

Sumner, L. W.  “Should Hate Speech Be Free Speech?  John Stuart Mill and the Limits of Tolerance.”  In Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance: Essays in Honor and Memory of Yitzhak Rabin.  Ed. Raphael Cohen-Almagor.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000, 133-150.

Yonover, Geri J.  “Anti-Semitism and Holocaust Denial in the Academy: A Tort Remedy.”  In The Holocaust’s Ghost: Writings on Art, Politics, Law and Education.  Ed. F. C. DeCoste and Bernard Schwartz.  Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2000, 328-341.

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HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM IN LIBRARIES

Arant, Wendi.  “Developing a Holocaust Literature and Judaic Studies Collection at a State University.”  Humanities Collections 1, no. 3 (1999): 31-35.

Goldberg, Beverly.  “Classification Clash.”  American Libraries 32 (May 2001): 27.  Available on the Internet (with a different title) at http://www.ala.org/ala/alonline/currentnews/newsarchive/2001/march2001/antidefamation.htm.

Lippincott, E. E.  “Anti-Semitic Book ‘The Zionists’ to be Reclassified by Library.”  Queens Chronicle, 22 Mar. 2001, 15, 29.  Available on the Internet at http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=1572452&BRD=1865&PAG=461&dept_id=152944&rfi=8.

________.  “Raising Voices at a Library Over the Supply of Jewish Books.”  New York Times, 15 Apr. 2001, Sec. 14, 4.

Minow, Mary.  “Do You Allow Hate in Your Library?”  California Libraries 11 (Jan. 2001): 1, 10-11.  Available on the Internet at http://www.cla-net.org/resources/articles/minow_doyouallow.php.

________.  “Filters and the Public Library: A Legal and Policy Analysis.”  First Monday 2 (1 Dec. 1997).  This electronic journal article is available online at http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue2_12/minow/index.html.

“Queens Libraries Imbalanced With Books on Anti-Semitism.”  Martyrdom and Resistance 27 (May-June 2001): 14.

Woodberry, Warren, Jr.  “‘Zionist’ Stirs Library Furor: Anti-Semitic Book Blasted.”  [New York] Daily News, 15 Mar. 2001, 2.

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HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM AND EDUCATION

Benkendorf, Jason.  “The Revisionism Tightrope.”  Available on the Internet at http://www.bbyo.org/aza/i-board/chairmen/98-99/ADL/adlrelease3.html.  Benkendorf was the international liaison to the Anti-Defamation League for the Jewish fraternity Aleph Zadik Aleph, 1998-1999. [No longer online.]

Mock, Karen R.  “Holocaust and Hope: Holocaust Education in the Context of Anti-Racist Education in Canada.”  In The Holocaust’s Ghost: Writings on Art, Politics, Law and Education.  Ed. F. C. DeCoste and Bernard Schwartz.  Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2000, 465-482.

Reardon, Patrick T.  “Never Again.”  U.S. Catholic 65 (Aug. 2000): 29-32.

Short, Geoffrey.  “Holocaust Education in Ontario High Schools: An Antidote to Racism?” Cambridge Journal of Education 30 (June 2000): 291-305.

Thomas, Gordon P.  The Holocaust: A Resource for Teachers of Writing.  Available on the Internet at http://www.class.uidaho.edu/thomas/Holocaust/thomas/book/index.htm.  Chapter 8 is entitled “Holocaust Denial and the Writing Teacher.”

Wills, David.  “Teaching About the Holocaust in a Postmodern World.”  [International Society for History Didactics] Informations/Mitteilungen/Communications 16, no. 2 (1995): 122-131.

Witt, Joyce Arlene.  “A Humanities Approach to the Study of the Holocaust: A Curriculum for Grades 7-12.”  D.A. dissertation, Illinois State University, 2000.

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REVISIONISM ON THE INTERNET

Ansley, Greg.  “Australian Buys a Fight Using the Net for Holocaust Denial.”  New Zealand Herald, 14 Oct. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.nzherald.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm?storyID=155297.

Barrett, Randy.  “U.S. Web Site Causes Canadian Free-Speech Stir.” Inter@ctive Week 4 (2 June 1997): 10.

Besser, James D.  “World Wide Web Vital Tool in Remembrance.” Martyrdom and Resistance 27 (May-June 2001): 14.

Burris, Val, Emery Smith, and Ann Strahm.  “White Supremacist Networks on the Internet.”   Sociological Focus 33, no. 2 (May 2000): 215-235.

Cameron, Peter.  “Hate Web Sites Have ‘No Place in Canadian Society’: Commission.”  London Free Press, 19 Jan. 2002, B5.

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.  Decision in Citron v. Zündel.  Available on the Internet at http://www.chrt-tcdp.gc.ca/search/view_html.asp?doid=252&lg=_e&isruling=0 and http://www.chrt-tcdp.gc.ca/search/files/t460_1596de.pdf.

Drobnicki, John A., and Richard Asaro.  “Historical Fabrications on the Internet: Recognition, Evaluation, and Use in Bibliographic Instruction.” Reference Librarian 35, no. 74 (2001): 121-164.  Simultaneously co-published in Evolution in Reference and Information Services: The Impact of the Internet.  Ed. Di Su.  New York: Haworth Press, 2001, 121-164.

“German Anti-Hate Internet Efforts Thwarted by American URLs.” Response 22 (Fall/Winter 2000-01): 11.

Gold, Alan.  “Pressing the Delete Button on Hate Sites.” Sydney Morning Herald, 19 Oct. 2000.

“A HateWatch.org Interview with Harry Mazal, OBE of The Holocaust History Project.” Available on the Internet at http://web.archive.org/web/20020831124235/http://www.hatewatch.org/research.php?op=readarticle&lid=27.

Jaffe, J. Michael.  “Riding the Electronic Tiger: Censorship in Global, Distributed Networks.”  In Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance: Essays in Honor and Memory of Yitzhak Rabin.  Ed. Raphael Cohen-Almagor.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000, 275-293.

Jones, Jeremy.  “Offside Online: A Cyberhate Symposium.” The Review 25 (Dec. 2000): 32.  Available on the Internet at http://www.aijac.org.au/review/2000/2512/offonline.html.

Lipstadt, Deborah E.  “Should We Slough Off the Diabolical Haters? With the Nod to Lieberman, Anti-Semitism Comes Out of the Closet and Explodes on the Internet.”  Los Angeles Times, 11 Aug. 2000, 9.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/docs/trial3/LATimes110800.html.

Lungen, Paul.  “Tribunal Rules Against Internet Hate.”  Canadian Jewish News, 24 Jan. 2002.  Available on the Internet at http://www.cjnews.com/pastissues/02/jan24-02/front4.asp.

Matas, David.  “Countering Hate on the Internet: Recommendations for Action.”  In The Holocaust’s Ghost: Writings on Art, Politics, Law and Education.  Ed. F. C. DeCoste and Bernard Schwartz.  Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2000, 483-495.

“Net Hate Sites Found to Violate Human Rights Law: But It’s Not Clear How Rulings Involving Internet Can Be Enforced.”  Toronto Star, 18 Jan. 2002.

Ostrov, Hilary.  “A Response to Holocaust Denial.”  Western Jewish Bulletin, 15 Sept. 1995.  Available on the Internet at http://www3.telus.net/myssiwyg/denial.html.

Rozett, Robert.  “Counsel From Yad Vashem: Holocaust and the Internet.” Martyrdom and Resistance 27 (Mar.-Apr. 2001): 8, 16.

Sher, Neal M.  “Anti-Semitism and Holocaust Denial in the Internet Era.”  Justice, no. 15 (Dec. 1997): 31-32, 37. Available on the Internet at http://www.intjewishlawyers.org/docenter/frames.asp?id=9260.

Silverman, Jon.  “European Perspectives on Anti-Semitism on the Internet.”  Justice, no. 25 (2000): 22-26.  Available on the Internet at http://www.intjewishlawyers.org/docenter/frames.asp?id=9272.

Simon Wiesenthal Center.  Digital Hate 2001: Interactive Report on the Internet. Los Angeles, CA: The Center, 2000.  This CD-ROM report covers some 1400 hate sites, including hate sites for children, racist computer games, and sites employed by foreign extremists employing the World Wide Web to evade local laws and regulations.

Sitman, David.  “Hate on the Internet: A Cause for Concern?”  In Anti-Semitism Worldwide 1998/9.  Tel Aviv: The Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Racism, Tel Aviv University, 1999.  Available on the Internet at http://www.tau.ac.il/Anti-Semitism/asw98-9/sitman.html.

Sproat, Peter A.  “Researching, Writing and Teaching Genocide: Sources on the Internet.” Journal of Genocide Research 3 (2001): 451-461.

Stanfield, Stan.  “Sense and Nonsense in Censorship.”  Sydney Morning Herald, 18 Oct. 2000.

Tyler, Tracey.  “Zundel Ordered to Take Hate Messages Off Site.” Toronto Star, 19 Jan. 2002, A31.

Weitzman, Mark.  “‘The Internet is Our Sword’: Aspects of Online Antisemitism.”  In Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide.  Ed. John K. Roth and Elisabeth Maxwell.  New York: Palgrave, 2001, Vol. I, 911-925.

Wiesenthal, Simon.  “Auschwitz: A Response to Holocaust Denials on the Internet.”  In Encyclopedia of Genocide. Ed. Israel W. Charny.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1999, Vol. I, 169.

Zysshe, Taetia.  “Holocaust Denial on the Internet.”  Available on the Internet at http://web.archive.org/web/20041123103958/http://220.244.124.18/study/hdenial.html.

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HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM IN FICTION AND DRAMA

Reisman, Dolly, and Judy Silver.  Nothing But the Truth. [Leah Posluns Studio Theatre, Toronto, 1991; Dir: Judy Silver.]   An original play written by Silver and Reisman about a popular teacher (Mr. Taylor) at “Rocky Mountain High” who promotes anti-Semitism in his classes.

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VIDEOCASSETTES

Hate.com: Extremists on the Internet.  Written & directed by Vince DiPersio and William Guttentag.  Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2000.  Made for Home Box Office in cooperation with the Southern Poverty Law Center and Half Court Pictures, this documentary, narrated by Morris Dees, focuses on those who use the Internet to spread messages of hate and violence.

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EXAMPLES OF HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

Anderson, John [pseud.].  “Revisionist Defends Inaccuracies Concerning the Holocaust.” Advance-Titan, 27 Sept. 2000. Available on the Internet at http://www.advancetitan.com/story.asp?issue=10703&story=1432.

Armstrong, George W.  The Zionists.  Fort Worth, TX: Judge Armstrong Foundation, 1950.

Baron, Alexander.  Holocaust Affirmers: Their Ideologies, Their Antecedents, Their Methodologies, Their “Raison D’etre.”  London: InfoText Manuscripts, 2000.  Excerpt available on the Internet at http://www.alexanderbaron.150m.com/holocaust_affirmers_1.html.

________.  The Holocaust Needs a Liberal Imagination: A Critique of Kushner’s Chutzpah.  London: InfoText Manuscripts, 1995.  Available on the Internet at http://www.alexanderbaron.150m.com/kushner_1.html.

________.  An Open Letter to Paul Boateng MP, Professor Akbar Ahmed, and the Right Reverend Richard Harries, and a Public Reply to the Ongoing Libels of Organised Jewry, Including a Critique of the Gratuitously Inaccurate Runnymede Commission Report on So-Called Anti-Semitism.  London: InfoText Manuscripts, 1995.  Available on the Internet at http://www.alexanderbaron.150m.com/reply_organised_jewry_1.html.

Bird, Vivian, ed.  Auschwitz, the Final Count: An Anthology.  Washington, DC: Barnes Review, 1999.  Contains The Auschwitz Lie, by Thies Christophersen; Zyklon B, Auschwitz, and the Trial of Dr. Bruno Tesch, by William Lindsey; Inside the Auschwitz “Gas Chambers”, by Fred A. Leuchter; and Why Is “The Holocaust” Important? by Willis A. Carto.

Bolton, K. R.  The Holocaust Myth: A Sceptical Enquiry.  Waikanae, N.Z.: Spectrum Press, 2000.

Daoud, Mohammad.  “Holocaust !!!?? Again.”  Syria Times, 6 Sept. 2000.  Available on the Internet at http://www.cdn-friends-icej.ca/antiholo/syria.html.

Duke, David.  Jewish Supremacism: My Awakening on the Jewish Question.  Covington, LA: Free Speech Press, 2001.  Available only in electronic format.  Preface available online at http://www.duke.org/supremacism/preface.shtml.

“The Fabricated Holocaust of the Jews.”  Islam Web, 19 Feb. 2002.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/online/02/03/Islamweb.html.

Gauss, Ernst [pseud. of Germar Rudolf], ed.  Dissecting the Holocaust: The Growing Critique of “Truth” and “Memory.”  Trans. Victor Diodon.  Capshaw, AL: Theses & Dissertations Press, 2000.  First appeared online with the title Foundations of Contemporary History: A Handbook on Controversial Questions of the Twentieth Century.  Available on the Internet at http://vho.org/GB/Books/dth/.

Graf, Jürgen.  The Giant With Feet of Clay: Raul Hilberg and His Standard Work on the “Holocaust.”  Trans. Michael Humphrey.  Holocaust Handbooks Series.  Capshaw, AL: Theses & Dissertations Press, 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://vho.org/GB/Books/Giant/.

Graf, Jürgen, and Carlo Mattogno.  Concentration Camp Majdanek: A Historical and Technical Study.  Trans. Victor Diodon.  Holocaust Handbooks Series.  Capshaw, AL: Theses & Dissertations Press, 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://vho.org/GB/Books/ccm/.

________.  Concentration Camp Stutthof and its Function in National Socialist Jewish Policy.  Trans. Carlos Porter.  Holocaust Handbooks Series.  Capshaw, AL: Theses & Dissertations Press, 2001.  Available on the Internet at http://vho.org/GB/Books/ccs/.

Grimstad, William N.  “Revisiting Holocaust Revisionism.” Washington Report on Middle East Affairs 17 (Apr. 1998): 97.  Available on the Internet at http://www.washington-report.org/backissues/0498/9804003.html.

Harwood, Richard.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Jan. 1975): 6.

________.  Letter to the Editor.  Books & Bookmen 20 (Apr. 1975): 8-9.

“Interview With George Lincoln Rockwell.”  Playboy 13 (Apr. 1966).  Available on the Internet at http://www.faem.com/rockwell/rockplay.htm.  Rockwell states, “I don’t believe for one minute that any 6,000,000 Jews were exterminated by Hitler.  It never happened,” and “I emphatically deny that there is any valid proof that innocent Jews were systematically murdered by the Nazis.”

Porter, Carlos W.  Not Guilty at Nuremberg: The German Defense Case.  N.p.: N.p., 1988. Available on the Internet at http://www.cwporter.com/innocent.htm.

Provan, Charles D.  No Holes? No Holocaust? A Study of the Holes in the Roof of Leichenkeller 1 of Krematorium 2 at Birkenau.  Available on the Internet at http://www.revisingrevisionism.com/.  Provan is a Holocaust revisionist who nevertheless believes that there were gas chambers.

Raven, Greg.  “No Rejection of Provan.”  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11 Mar. 2000, E2.  Available on the Internet at http://www.post-gazette.com/forum/20010311lets9.asp.

Rudolf, Germar.  Lectures on the Holocaust: Controversial Issues Cross Examined.  Holocaust Handbooks Series.  Trans. Regina Belser et al.  Chicago: Theses & Dissertations Press, 2005.  Available on the Internet at http://vho.org/GB/Books/loth/.

________.  The Rudolf Report: Expert Report on Chemical and Technical Aspects of the "Gas Chambers" of Auschwitz.  Trans. Carlos Porter et al. Holocaust Handbooks Series.  Chicago: Theses & Dissertations Press, 2003.  Available on the Internet at http://vho.org/GB/Books/trr/.

Schmidt, Hans.  End Times/End Games: The Final Months of the Jewish Century.  Pensacola, FL:  H. Schmidt, 1999.

Trial by Jewry.  Manhattan Beach, CA: Truth Missions, n.d.  An 8-page comic book about Ernst Zundel produced by David McCalden’s Truth Missions.

“Words From the Deniers By Way of the Palestinian Authority Newspaper.” Martyrdom and Resistance 28 (Jan.-Feb. 2002): 4.  Reprinted from Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, the official Palestinian Authority daily.

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REVISIONIST VIDEOCASSETTES

Ernst Zündel Interviews Russ Granata.  VHS.

The Rudolf Declaration of 1993 & Moscow 1995. VHS.  Germar Rudolf, Carlo Mattogno, Jürgen Graf, and Russ Granata
 

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WEB SITES PROMOTING HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

Alexander Baron/InfoText Manuscripts:  http://www.alexanderbaron.150m.com/ITMA.html.

Australian Civil Liberties Union:  http://www.angelfire.com/folk/aclu/index.html.

Giwer’s World:  http://www.giwersworld.org/.

The Jürgen Graf Web Page:  http://www.russgranata.com/graf.html. [No longer online, but archived at http://web.archive.org/web/20021220110544/http://www.russgranata.com/graf.html.]

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REVIEWS/REFUTATIONS/CRITIQUES OF HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

Hall, Allan.  “Mass Graves Confirm Sobibor Holocaust.”  The Scotsman, 26 Nov. 2001, 10.  Available on the Internet at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Auschwitz/Sobibor/Scotsman.html.

“Harwood’s Distortions of Holocaust Facts.”  Patterns of Prejudice 9 (May-June 1975): 25-27.

Shermer, Michael, and Alex Grobman.  Denying History: Who Says the Holocaust Never Happened and Why Do They Say It?  Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000.

Zimmerman, John C.  Holocaust Denial: Demographics, Testimonies, and Ideologies.  Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2000.
 

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WEB SITES THAT REFUTE HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

Anne Frank - Propaganda:  http://www.annefrank.eril.net/teaching/denial.htm.  Part of a site devoted to teaching about Anne Frank and the Holocaust.

Cases in Other Countries:  http://www.hatemonitor.org/other_countries_cases/.  Part of a site maintained by California State University at San Bernardino, contains the text of the Irving, Keegstra, and Zundel decisions.

David Irving - Der Mann, der das “Schlachtschiff Auschwitz” versenken wollte:  http://www.david-irving.de/.  Mostly in German, this site maintained by Albrecht Kolthoff also contains the Court of Appeal’s Judgment in the Irving/Lipstadt libel trial <http://www.david-irving.de/docs/appeal-ruling.html>.

Holocaust Denial on Trial:  http://www.hdot.org/nsindex.html (also http://www.holocaustdenialontrial.org/nsindex.html).  Deborah Lipstadt’s official site relating to the libel suit filed against her and Penguin Books by David Irving.  Contains all of the expert reports in her defense, prepared by Christopher Browning, Richard J. Evans, Hajo Funke, Peter Longerich, and Robert Jan Van Pelt.

Holocaust Denial Resources:  http://clam.rutgers.edu/~rmkohler/denial.htm. A research guide prepared by 3 students (Ryan Kohler, Steffany Miller, and Talia Trocola) at Rutgers University-Camden for a class on Antisemitism and the Holocaust, Spring 2001.  [No longer online, but archived at http://web.archive.org/web/20020205143358/http://clam.rutgers.edu/~rmkohler/denial.htm.]
 

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