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Carlo Mattogno was born in 1951 in the Umbrian provincial town of Orvieto, Italy. He has had a broad as well as a specialized education ranging from the classics to the military. After his Greek and Latin studies this was followed by university work in philosophy as well as Oriental and religious studies, and while serving in the Italian army, he attended three military schools. Today he has become an accomplished linguist, researcher, and is a specialist in textual analysis. It was in 1979 that Carlo Mattogno began dedicating himself to the discipline of historical revisionistic research and writing. In Europe, he has been associated with the "Annales d'Histoire Revisionniste", while in America, Carlo Mattogno has been a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee and a published contributor to the Journal of Historical Review. Several of his writings have been published in English translations, see below.
Among his hobbies are mountain climbing, cycling, and body building. Carlo Mattogno makes his home with his family in suburban Rome, Italy.

Below is a list of items authored by Carlo Mattogno available online, the first table containing English material, the secon Italian..
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The myth of the extermination of the Jews: Part I, The Journal of Historical Review, 8(2) (1988), p. 133
The myth of the extermination of the Jews: Part II, The Journal of Historical Review, 8(3) (1988), p. 261
The first gassing at Auschwitz: Genesis of a myth, The Journal of Historical Review, Summer, 1989; 9(2), pp. 193-222
Auschwitz: A case of plagiarism, The Journal of Historical Review, Spring, 1990; vol. 10 no. 1: p. 5
Two false testimonies from Auschwitz, The Journal of Historical Review, Spring, 1990; vol. 10 no. 1: p. 25
Jean-Claude Pressac and the War Refugee Board Report, The Journal of Historical Review, Winter, 1990; vol. 10 no. 4: p. 461
Auschwitz: The End of a Legend, Granata Publishing, Palos Verdes, CA, 1994
DEBORAH LIPSTADT: A review of Denying the Holocaust
The Crematoria Ovens of Auschwitz and Birkenau, (with Franco Deana) in: Ernst Gauss (ed.), Dissecting the Holocaust, Theses & Dissertations Press, Capshaw, AL, 2000, pp. 337-371
Critique of the A.R. Butz article, Gas Detectors in Auschwitz Crematorium II
The Gasprüfer of Auschwitz
The Gassed People of Auschwitz: Pressac's New Revisions, Granata Publishing, Post Office Box 2145, Palos Verdes, CA 90274 USA, 1995
Auschwitz 1270 to the Present. Critical Notes
Morgue Cellars of Birkenau: Gas Shelters or Disinfesting Chambers?
Reply to Samuel Crowell's Comments
Auschwitz: The Samuel Crowell Bomb Shelter Thesis: A Historically Unfounded Hypothesis
Carlo Mattogno to the Japanese
The Auschwitz Central Construction Headquarters Letter Dated 28 June 1943: An Alternative Interpretation
Sonderbehandlung and Crematory II
John C. Zimmerman and Body Disposal at Auschwitz: Preliminary Oberservations
Supplementary Response to John C. Zimmerman on his "Body Disposal at Auschwitz"
The Robert Faurisson Critique of KL Majdanek. Eine historische und technische Studie
Denying History and Truth, Exposing the Phony "Holocaust" "convergence of evidence" of not-so-skeptic Michael Shermer and Alex Grobman
Auschwitz: The Dwindling Death Toll, Auschwitz. Fritjof Meyer's New Revisions, The Revisionist 1(1) (2003), pp. 30-37
Open Air Incinerations in Auschwitz: Rumor or Reality? "Cremation Pits" and Ground Water Levels at Birkenau, The Revisionist 1(1) (2003), pp. 14-17
Concentration Camp Majdanek, A Historical and Technical Study, HOLOCAUST Handbooks Series, Vol. 5, © Theses & Dissertations Press, PO Box 257768, Chicago, IL 60625, USA, June 2003; together with Jürgen Graf
Concentration Camp Stutthof and its Function in National Socialist Jewish Policy, HOLOCAUST Handbooks Series, Vol. 5, © Theses & Dissertations Press, PO Box 257768, Chicago, IL 60625, USA, June 2003; together with Jürgen Graf
"No Holes, no Gas Chamber(s)". An Historical-technical Study of the Holes for Introducing Zyklon B in the Roof of Leichenkeller 1 of Krema II at Birkenau
The "Gassing" of Gypsies in Auschwitz on August 2, 1944, The Revisionist 1(3) (2003), pp. 330-332
The 'Discovery' of 'Bunker 1' at Birkenau: Swindles, Old and New, The Revisionist 1(2) (2003), pp. 176-183 H13B2
Flames and Smoke from the Chimneys of Crematoria, Optical Phenomena of Actual Cremations in the Concentration Camps of the Third Reich, The Revisionist 2(1) (2004), pp. 73-78
Combustion Experiments with Flesh and Animal Fat, On cremations in pits in the alleged extermination camps of the Third Reich, The Revisionist 2(1) (2004), pp. 64-72
Robert Faurisson and Revisionism in Italy, The Revisionist 2(1) (2004), pp.24-28
The Four Million Figure of Auschwitz, Origin, Revisions and Consequences, The Revisionist 1(4) (2003), pp. 387-392 H12
My Memories of Jean-Claude Pressac, The Revisionist 1(4) (2003), pp. 432-435
Treblinka. Extermination Camp or Transit Camp?, Theses & Dissertations Press, Chicago, IL 2004
Belzec in Testimonies, Propaganda, Archeological Research and History,  Theses & Dissertations Press, Chicago, IL 2004

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