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Holocaust Research Guides

Holocaust: "66 Questions & Answers"
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In 1983, The Institute for Historical Review (IHR) published a pamphlet entitled "The Holocaust - 120 Questions & Answers." By 1998, it had transmogrified to a sanitized set of 66...
Aktion Reinhard
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An introduction to the "Operation Reinhard" death camps: Belzec, Sobibor, and Treblinka.
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An introduction to the infamous Nazi death camp, Auschwitz, including Birkenau and Monowitz. See our guide to the 'Leuchter Report' as well for information about Auschwitz.
Willis Carto & The Institute for Historical Review (IHR)

The Institute for Historical Review has been the "premier" source of Holocaust-denial literature for almost twenty years.
The Leuchter Report
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Fred Leuchter is the author of the so-called "Leuchter Report," a pseudo-scientific examination of Nazi killing facilities, principally those in Auschwitz, by a man with no scientific credentials...
The Techniques of Denial
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"The denial of science, the science of denial..." a comprehensive look at the duplicitous methodology of Holocaust denial, with an examination of the estimates of Jewish victims, experimentation with the manufacture of soap from human fat, and more...

Recommended reading

Anatomy of the Auschwitz Death Camp by Yisrael Gutman (Editor), Michael Berenbaum (Editor), Franciszek Piper
Auschwitz: 1270 to the Present by Deborah Dwork, Robert Jan Van Pelt, Robert Jan Van Pelt
Official Secrets: What the Nazis Planned, What the British and Americans Knew by Richard Breitman

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