The Journal of Historical Review

The Journal of Historical Review Index: Volume 19 (2000)

Volume 19 number 1 (January/February)

Yûnus Bahrî. Foiling Espionage in Berlin Radio’s Arabic Service, (January/February 2000), vol. 19 no. 1: p. 32.

Robert Faurisson. Impact and Future of Holocaust Revisionism, (January/February 2000), vol. 19 no. 1: p. 2.

Robert Faurisson. Not ‘Reconstruction’ but Falsification [letter], (January/February 2000), vol. 19 no. 1: p. 71.

Kevin MacDonald. An American Professor Responds to a ‘Jewish Activist’, (January/February 2000), vol. 19 no. 1: p. 56.

Eric Rachut. Outstanding Work [letter], (January/February 2000), vol. 19 no. 1: p. 71.

Greg Raven. From the [David Irving-Deborah Lipstadt] Trial Proceedings, (January/February 2000), vol. 19 no. 1: p. 54.

Greg Raven. Media Coverage of the [David] Irving-[Deborah] Lipstadt Trial, (January/February 2000), vol. 19 no. 1: p. 40.

Joseph Sobran. Labels and Libels: David Irving and ‘Holocaust Denial’, (January/February 2000), vol. 19 no. 1: p. 67.

Volume 19 number 2 (March/April)

Estee Lauder Ads Evoke ‘Nazi Image’?, (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 62.

Jews in American Film and Television, (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 62.

Switzerland: Prison Term for ‘Holocaust Denial’ [Gaston-Armand Amaudruz], (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 58.

Arthur R. Butz. [David] Irving’s Doomed Libel Suit [letter], (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 71.

Mikhail S. Gorbachev. Gorbachev: On My Country and the World. reviewed by Basil Dmytryshyn. (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 65. [Mikhail] Gorbachev’s new look at Soviet history: Insightful and naive.

David Irving. Final Address in the London Libel Trial, (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 9.

Greg Raven. Media Coverage of the Irving-Lipstadt Trial, (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 47.

Homer G. Richey. My Path to Historical Revisionism [letter], (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 71.

Joseph Sobran. Irving’s Defeat in London, ‘Holocaust Denial,’ and Austria’s Haider, (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 54.

Lothrop Stoddard. Into the Darkness. reviewed by Theodore J. O’Keefe. (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 69. Veteran American journalist [Lothrop Stoddard] provides valuable inside look at Third Reich Germany.

Mark Weber. After the Irving-Lipstadt Trial: New Dangers and Challenges, (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 2.

Mark Weber. History, Column Desrve a More Critical Review, (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 61. [Reprint of a letter to the editor that appeared in the Costa Mesa, CA Daily Pilot.].

Mark Weber. Jews: A Religious Community, a People, or a Race?, (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 63.

Mark Weber. Official Sanctioned Fraud at Dachau, (March/April 2000), vol. 19 no. 2: p. 60. Another false holocaust witness [Martin Zaidenstadt].

Volume 19 number 3 (May/June)

Anti-Defamation League Suffers Major Legal Defeat, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 18. Colorado jury orders Jewish group to pay $10.5 million for defamatory statements.

Mark Weber. German Professor [Werner Pfeifenberger], Accused of Revisionism, Commits Suicide, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 24.

Mark Weber. Polish Professor [Dariusz Ratajczak] Fired for Dissident History Book, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 25.

Revisionist Master’s Thesis Under Fire, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 21. New Zealand university resists Jewish demands.

Thirteenth IHR Conference: A Resounding Success, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 2. Optimism, confidence mark international revisionist meeting.

Treblinka Ground Radar Examination Finds No Trace of Mass Graves, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 20.

John Bennett. The 13th IHR Conference [Letter], (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 54.

Arthur R. Butz. Swastika Charm [Letter], (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 54.

Doug Collins. The Irving Trial, ‘Human Rights’ Double Standard, and Jewish-Zionist Arrogance, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 27.

Robert Faurisson. Three Letters to Le Monde (1978–1979), (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 40.

Donald Neff. From Its Beginning, Israeli Policy Promoted War, Not Peace, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 48.

Eric Rachut. Massive Historical Distortion [Letter], (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 55.

Yves Simoneau, director. Nuremberg [TV mini-series]. Reviewed by Greg Raven. (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 51. Made-for-TV movie more fair than the ‘war crimes’ trial it depicts.

Doug Sobran. On Prejudice, the ‘Jewish Question,’ and Communism’s Legacy, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 31.

Mark Weber. ‘The Conference of the Persecuted’, (May/June 2000), vol. 19 no. 3: p. 12. A bulwark of truth and sanity against the enemies of free speech (13th IHR Conference keynote address).

Volume 19 number 4 (July/August 2000)

Mark Weber. Changing Perspectives on History in Germany, (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 29. A prestigious award for [Ernst] Nolte: Portent of greater historical objectivity?

Children Told to Attack Germans, (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 33.

Arthur R. Butz. On the 1944 Deportations of Hungarian Jews, (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 19. A reply to Jürgen Graf.

Richard H. Curtiss. The Cost of Israel to American Taxpayers, (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 52. United States aid to Israel now exceeds $90 billion.

Jürgen Graf. What Happened to the Jews Who Were Deported to Auschwitz but Were Not Registered There?, (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 4. Insights on the 1944 deportations of Hungarian Jews.

Oswald Spengler. The Great Challange Facing the West, (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 49.

Donald E. Tarter. Peenemünde and Los Alamos: Two Studies, (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 34.

Charles E. Weber. Valuable Writing [Letter], (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 55.

Mark Weber. The 1945 Sinkings of the Cap Arcona and the Thielbek, (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 2. Allied attacks killed thousands of concentration camp inmates.

Mark Weber. A Deceitful Swipe at the IHR, (July/August 2000), vol. 19 no. 4: p. 33.

Volume 19 number 5 (September/October)

Mark Weber. Australia Orders Censorship of Töben Web Site, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 14.

Beirut Conference on Revisionism and Zionism, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 13.

Mark Weber. A Dark Secret of World War II Comes to Light, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 25.

German Court Ruling Threatens Internet Freedom, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 16.

Mark Weber. Germar Rudolf Joins Journal Advisory Committee, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 23.

Mark Weber. Swiss Revisionist Forced into Exile for Thought Crime, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 11.

Young Germans Resist ‘Holocaust Education’, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 24.

Arthur R. Butz. The Greatest Dirty Open Secret, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 18.

Robert Faurisson. A Black November for Revisionists, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 22.

Thomas Fleming. ‘Reductio Ad Hitlerum’, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 24.

Mark Weber. Before the ‘Human Rights Tribunal’, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 2. The Importance of the Zündel Hearing in Toronto.

Costas Zaverdinos. The [Germar] Rudolf Case, [David] Irving’s Libel Suit and the Future of Revisionism, (September/October 2000), vol. 19 no. 5: p. 26.

Volume 19 number 6 (November/December)

Interest Mounts for ‘Revisionism and Zionism’ Conference, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 34.

Jacob Burckhardt. A Defense of the Dilettante [Quote], (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 56.

Arthur R. Butz. Historical Past Vs. Political Present, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 12.

Doug Collins. God Yes, Holocaust No, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 35. Roger Garaudy’s The Founding Myths of Modern Israel.

Richard H. Curtiss. Report of Israeli Eavesdropping on White House Telephones Gets Varying Media Treatment, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 36.

Robert Faurisson. The Diary of Anne Frank: Is It Genuine?, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 2. An update.

Robert Faurisson. ‘Mr. Death’ [Letter], (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 55.

Forward. Clinton and America’s Jews, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 38.

Mohamed Hasanein Heikal. Foreword to the Arabic Edition of Garaudy’s The Founding Myths of Modern Israel, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 30.

Adolf Hitler. ‘Barbarossa’ Proclamation [Document], (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 48.

David Lauter. The Jewish Century, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 38.

Michael Santomauro. A Blessing in Disguise [Letter], (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 55.

Søren R. Staugaard. Motivation? [Letter], (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 56.

Wolfgang Strauss. Unternehmen Barbarossa Und Der Russische Historikerstreit. Reviewed by Daniel W. Michaels. (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 40. Operation Barbarossa and the Russian Historians' Dispute: Examining Stalin’s 1941 plan to attack Germany.

Mark Weber. Douglas Reed, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 33.

Mark Weber. John Sack’s Defective Esquire Article, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 26.

Mark Weber. John Schmitz, RIP, (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 28.

Costas Zaverdinos. An Angry Episode [Letter], (November/December 2000), vol. 19 no. 6: p. 55.


Source: Reprinted from The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 19


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