Of course we also have the Holocausthandbooks.com for the major books.
A considerable number of books and articles advocating revisionistic views on the
Extermination Thesis are extant, but are by no means as readily available as those which
present the Extermination Thesis as unquestionable history.
bibliography must be considered only a sample, but a number of the books contain, in
turn, detailed bibliographies for further reference.
Anonymous. “The Myth of the Six Million”. Los Angeles: The Noon tide Press, 1973,
Second edition, 4 + 119pp. The first edition of this work appeared in 1969 and was one of
the earliest works in English which contested the Exterminstion Thesis. Valuable for a
background on the position of Jews in Germany during the earlier years of the National
Socialist period. Reviewed in Best of Instauration 1976, p51, along with other early
revisionistic efforts, such as those of Paul Rassinier and Austin J. App.
App, Austin J. “The Six Million Swindle”. Takoma Park, Maryland: Boniface Press,
1973, 29pp. Prof. App taught at LaSalle College, Philadelphia. This book is somewhat
journalistic, but contains interesting facts on the question. Stresses the objectives and
results of the Extermination Thesis.
Beaty. John. “The Iron Curtain Over America”. Los Angeles: The Noontide Press,
1951, xiii + 268pp. Discusses World War II and Jewish influences in Russia and the
United States from the point of view of an officer who held important intelligence
positions during the war. Challenges the Extermination Thesis on the basis of
Britton, Frank. “Behind Communism”, Los Angeles, no date. (ca. 1955?) A work which
is pertinent to the examination of the Extermination Thesis because it documents the
Jewish control of the Soviet state and thus helps to explain European attitudes toward the Jewish question after 1917. A good source of information on the real origins of the
Communist evil which threatens us Americans with the extinction of our very existence
Butz, Arthur R. “The Hoax of the Twentieth Century”. Richmond, Surrey: Historical
Review Press, 1976, 313pp, maps and some illustrations. This highly detailed work is a
milestone in the refutation of the Extermination Thesis. One measure of its merit lies in
the fact that there has never been a paragraph-by-paragraph attempt to refute it. Its author was a professor at Northwestern University in Illinois. A fifth edition was published in 1980. Professor Butz has expanded and updated his book by articles published in the
Journal of Historical Review, Volume I, pp5-22 and pp322-334 and Volume III, pp341-
Christophersen, Thies. “Auschwitz / A Personal Account”. 1979 edition, Printed in
U.S.A., viii + 31pp, illustrated. Original German edition published in 1973. The author
was stationed in Auschwitz for the purpose of agricultural research during the year 1944.
The author bears personal witness against the Extermination Thesis as far as Auschwitz is concerned.
Codreanu, Corneliu. “For My Legionairies”. Madrid: Editura “Lib ertatea,” 1976,
Printed in the United States. Translated from the Romanian. Originally published under
the title, Pentru Legionari in 1936. A rather rambling, personal account of the struggles
of Romanian nationalists during the 1920s and the 1930s against Communism and other
influences perceived as Jewish.
Day, Donald. “Onward Christian Soldiers”. Torrance: The Noontide Press, 1982. From
a manuscript completed in 1942. x + 207pp. Day was a correspondent for the Chicago
Tribune during 1920-1942. He gives a valuable picture of eastern Europe (Baltic states,
Poland, Danzig, Scandanavia) during that time. Although Day was not permitted to go
into the USSR, he gives in sights into its effects on eastern Europe. A chapter on the Jews
(pp101-113) is especially pertinent to the study of their position in eastern Europe at the
Diwald, Hellmut. “Geschichte der Deutschen”. Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Vienna:
Propylaen Verlag, 1978, 766 pages with 837 illustrations. The author is a professor of
history at the University of Erlangen. The first printing of this book caused a sensation as
a result of its pages 163-165, which cast doubts on the usual versions of the
Extermination Thesis. In later printings these pages appeared in altered form. Reviewed
in Volume I, no. 1 of the Journal of Historical Review, pp81-87.
FitzGibbon, Louis. “Katyn”. Torrance: The Noontide Press, 1979. An illustrated book
on the massacre in 1940 of Polish officers captured by the USSR in 1939. It is related to
the Extermination Thesis by showing the nature of the struggle against Communism and
the naive or dishonest reaction of the western Allies, especially the United States, to the
evidence presented to the world by the Germans in 1943, when they discovered the mass
“Forschungen zur Judenfrage”. Hamburg: Hanseatische Verlagsanstalt, 1937-1943.
Six volumes. Contains nearly fifty articles on the history of Jews and Judaism; many
written by outstanding scholars and scientists on a wide range of topics. Copies of this
series are scarce and in demand in Germany. They are so rare in the United States that it
would probably be difficult to locate more than a half dozen sets there. Of unusual value
in the study of the Jewish question, since the series was not written by Jews themselves.
The production of this series was under the auspices of the Reichsinstitut für Geschichte
des neuen Deutschlands. It certainly must have cost the German government hundreds of thousands of Reichmark to produce.
“The Great Holocaust Debate”. Reprint from the Spotlight of 24 September 1979, 16
pages, 29×38-1/2 cm. Contains articles by Robert Faurisson, Mark Weber and others.
Harwood, Richard. “Six Million Lost and Found”. Chapel Ascote, Ladbroke, Nr.
Southam, Warwickshire: Historical Review press, 1979, 28pp, 22×28 cm. Earlier edition
published under the title, Did Six Million Really Die?, 1974. Discusses various aspects of
the Extermination Thesis. Especially detailed in its analysis of demographic data and the
use of torture in postwar war crimes trials.
Harwood, Richard. “Nuremberg and Other War Crimes Trials”. Historical Review
Press, 1978, 70pp, 22×28 cm. Contains a long section on the individual cases of the chief
defendents at Nuremberg. A concluding section on pp59-68 is entitled, “Allied & Israeli
War Crimes Left Unpunished,” and discusses the Katyn massacre, the bombing of
German cities, the “repatriation” of anti-Communist Russians, Jewish atrocities in
Palestine and the Israeli attack on the U.S.S. Liberty in 1967.
“Historische Tatsache”. A series of booklets measuring about 22×28 cm., published by
Verlag für Volkstum und Zeitgeschichtsforschung, Postfach 1643, 4973 Vlotho/Weser.
Some of the issues pertaining to the Extermination Thesis are:
Nr. 3 Richard Harwood, “Der Nürnberger Prozess —Methoden und Bedeutung”,
1977, 38pp. Contains critical analysis of the Nuremberg Trials and the text of Göring’s
letter to Churchill written shortly before Göring’s suicide.
Nr. 4 Udo Walendy, “Der Verrat an Osteuropa”, 1978, 40pp. Discusses especially the
fates of the Baltic states and Poland.
Nr. 5 “NS-Bewältigung —Deutsche Schreibtisctäter” , 1979, 40pp. Contains articles
by W. Stäglich and Udo Walendy on “reëducation,” the Gerstein Report, the German
statute of limitations and other topics.
Nr. 7 “Der moderne Index”, 1980, 40pp. Discusses the efforts of the Bonn government
to suppress revisionistic writing of history, especially on the basis of laws pertaining to
the censorship of literature harmful to juveniles. Quotations from Diwald’s Geschichte
der Deutschen and from interviews with Prof. Diwald.
Nr. 8 “Zum Untergang des Dritten Reiches”, 1981, 40pp. On the final collapse of
German armed resistance in 1945.
Nr. 9 Udo Walendy, “Holocaust nun unterirdisch?”, 1981, 40pp. Reproduces some of
the recently published photographs of Auschwitz taken by the U.S. Air Force in 1944.
Nr. 10 Udo Walendy, “Deutsch-Israelitische Fakten”, 1981, 40pp. Contains articles on
boycott of German goods in 1933, the Kristallnacht, reparations payments to Israel.
Nr. 11 Udo Walendy, “Deutsches Schicksal / Westpreussen”, 1981, 40pp. On the
plight of the German population in the Polish Corridor and Danzig during the 1920s and
“The Holocaust”. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1977, 80pp, illustrated, 21×27 cm. Adheres
to the six-million figure and the other usual Zionist tenets of the Extermination Thesis. A
number of the pictures appear to be questionable. This book is mentioned here to serve as an example of the Zionist version of history. However, it is also valuable because some
of the statements and pictures in it serve to discredit the Extermination Thesis.
“IHB Special Report”. Published in early 1983 by the Institute for Historical Review,
8pp, 29×36 cm. Contains reports of recent developments in the refutation of the
Extermination Thesis and includes a rather extensive listing of books in the area in
English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.
“Instauration”. Published monthly since 1975 by Howard Allen Enterprises, Box 76,
Cape Canaveral, Florida 32920. Frequently contains reports and articles on historical
“Journal of Historical Review”. Has been published four times a year beginning with
the Spring 1980, issue by the Institute for Historical Review, P.O. Box 1306, Torrance,
California 90505. Contains a wealth of material challenging the usual versions of the
history of the twentieth century. Most of the articles deal with the Second World War.
Liebe, Georg. “Das Judentum in der deutschen Vergangenheit” , Jena: Eugen
Diedrichs, 1924, Second edition. In the series, “Die deutschen Stände in
Einzeldarstellungen”. Although this book takes the history of the Jews in central Europe
only up to the time of the completion of their legal emancipation in 1848, it provides
significant background on the Jewish question. Nearly all of its over 100 illustrations are
reproductions of pertinent contemporary woodcuts and cooper engravings from the 15th
to 19th centuries. It is thus documentary in the best sense of the word.
Merschalko, Louis. “The World Conquerors / The Real War Criminals” . Christian
Book Club, reprinted December 1968, copyright 1958. Translated from the Hungarian.
296pp. A highly interesting view of the Second World War and postwar sufferings of the
conquered nations at the hands of the Communists by a man whose homeland suffered
very severely and had the courage to revolt against its oppressors in 1958. Marschalko
considers the “Holocaust” claims greatly exaggerated.
Rassinier, Paul. “Debunking the Genocide Myth”. Los Angeles: The Noontide Press,
1978. Translations into English of Le Mensonge d’Ulysee and other works by the author,
a teacher who himself was interned in Buchenwald. Rassinier was an early challenger of
the Extermination Thesis. The original French versions of his works appeared for the
most part in the 1960s. A measure of the importance of his works can be seen in the fact
that he is still often cited, e.g., by W. Stäglich in his Der Auschwitz Mythos (1979).
Stäglich, Wilhelm. “Der Auschwitz Mythos”. Tübingen: Grabert Verlag. 1979, XI +
457 pages + pictorial section of 24 pages. A seminal work, well organized and with well
reasoned arguments. The author is a jurist and hence sophisticated in the examination of
evidence and stating arguments in a lucid manner. The work has been banned by the
Bonn government but an English translation of it is being prepared in the United States.
Stimely, Keith. “1981 Revisionist Bibliography”, Torrance: The Institute for Historical
Review, 1981, 6 + 70 pages. A valuable annotated bibliography listing revisionist books
in English, mostly on the First and Second World Wars.
von Verschuer, Baron Otmar. “Leitfaden der Rassenhygiene”, Leipzig: Georg Thieme
Verlag, 1944, Second, amended edition. A handbook on eugenics and genetically
determined diseases from a medical point of view. It has a section on the Jewish question.
The book contains ideas on eugenics which were, in part, imported from the United
States. The book gives its reader a concept of the largely biological basis with which the
National Socialist authorities approached the Jewish question.
Weber. Charles E. “Memorandum for a Truth Squad”. . A one-leaf print
suggesting questions to be asked speakers at “Holocaust” seminars and the like. There
have been several printings .
de Zayas, Alfred. “Nemesis at Potsdam / The Anglo-Americans and the Expulsion of
the Germans / Background, Execution, Consequences”. London: Routledge & Kegan
Paul, 1977. A valuable book which has not received the attention it deserves in
connection with the Extermination Thesis. It is well illustrated and provides good
background on the conditions in Germany at the end of the war and thereafter. It also
helps to put the “Holocaust” claims in their proper perspective.