Great Holocaust Trial

Great Holocaust Trial

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by Michael A. Hoffman, II
     
 

ISBN-10: 0939484226

ISBN-13: 9780939484225

Pub. Date: 10/01/1985

Publisher: Legion for the Survival of Freedom, Incorporated

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ISBN-13:
9780939484225
Publisher:
Legion for the Survival of Freedom, Incorporated
Publication date:
10/01/1985
Edition description:
1st ed
Pages:
95

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Great Holocaust Trial 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Most of what I knew about these trials before I read the book came from my then favorite columnist, who has been hassled by Zionist groups ever since simply because he appeared at the trials as a witness in defense of freedom of speech. He originally believed that Zundel was a kook but changed his mind when he heard the evidence. The most surprising thing about these trials was that the Zionists had had years to prepare for them and still could not find anyone to offer any evidence that the fabled gas chambers had in fact existed. They would have been better advised to keep quiet about the whole thing and let their propaganda machine continue as normal. Since this book was written we have heard about the claim for reparations for 1.5 million Jews who had worked as slave labor in the concentration camps and were still alive in 1999. If we assume that everyone dies at the age of 75, the average, that means that only those who were under 20 in 1945 were still alive in 1999. If we take the usual ratio as one-third of the population being under 20 then there must have been 4.5 million Jewish survivors in 1945. Since there were only 4 million Jews in Europe in 1939, that means that instead of a few hundred thousand dying as we might expect from concentration camp conditions, a few hundred thousand appeared from nowhere. This factor alone, which was only hinted at in the book, indicates that Zundel was right all along.