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DEBATING THE HOLOCAUST: A New Look At Both Sides by Thomas Dalton, PhDPublisher's Note: This is a non-Revisionist title for Theses & Dissertations Press. It will be the first book on the Holocaust, in publishing history, that will not take a Traditionalist or a Revisionist point of view. When you purchase this book, one-third of the proceeds will go to imprisoned scholar Germar Rudolf and his family.http://www.amazon.com/Debating-Holocaust-Look-Both-Sides/dp/1591480051/Founded in 2000 the publishing company Theses & Dissertations Press is at the center of a worldwide network of scholars and activists who are working -- often at great personal sacrifice -- to separate historical fact from propaganda fiction. The founder of Theses & Dissertations Press is Germar Rudolf. Who is currently serving prison time for his published works and will be released on July 4, 2009. As the new director of Germar Rudolf's American publishing division, I wish to express my outrage that the Holocaust, unlike any other historical event, is not subject to critical revisionist investigation. Furthermore I deplore the fact that many so-called democratic states have laws that criminalize public doubting of the Holocaust. It is my position that the veracity of Holocaust assertions should be determined in the marketplace of scholarly discourse and not in our legislatures bodies and courthouses.Peace.Michael SantomauroEditorial DirectorCall: 917-974-6367ReporterNotebook@Gmail.com
Thanks for posting this debate! It was really interesting to see the points from both sides. Please do something about the audio quality, maybe providing a lapel mic could make it clearer. I was wearing my head-phones and almost fell off my chair because of sudden loud noises... Keep up the good work!
Elie Wiesel vs Encyclopaedia BritannicaWiesel has been a prominent spokesman for the very sizeable group of people known as Holocaust survivors. Wiesel has chaired the US Holocaust Memorial Council and has been the recipient of a Congressional Gold Medal and Nobel Peace Prize.Time Magazine, March 18 1985:‘How had he survived two of the most notorious killing fields [Auschwitz and Buchenwald] of the century? "I will never know" he says. "I was always weak. I never ate. The slightest wind would turn me over. In Buchenwald they sent 10,000 to their deaths every day. I was always in the last hundred near the gate. They stopped. Why?"Compare this with Encyclopaedia Britannica (1993), under ‘Buchenwald’:"In World War II it held about 20,000 prisoners.. Although there were no gas chambers, hundreds perished monthly through disease, malnutrition, exhaustion, beatings and executions."