Issue

Inconvenient History Summer 2013, Vol. 5, No. 2, Now Available!   The Summer 2013 issue of Inconvenient History is now on-line! The papers: Editorial: Historical Revisionism and Popular Opinion, by Richard Widmann Three Aspects of the German Deportation of European Jews into the Occupied Eastern Territories, 1941-1944, by Thomas Kues Reductio ad Hitlerum as a Social Evil , by Kerry Bolton The Injustice of Conspiracy Accusations in War Crimes Trials, by Carlos Read more […]

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93-year-old Auschwitz Cook Prosecuted German prosecutors are seeking to indict 93-year-old Hans (Antanas) Lipschis as an alleged NS war criminal. They claim he worked as a guard at the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II. He may be charged with aiding and abetting in mass murder. Lipschis’s name appears as number four on the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s list of most-wanted “Nazi criminals.” “Lipschis denied the charges and claimed that he did not see the horrors Read more […]

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Banned Speech, banned evidence and banned legal defence. The reality of “Free Speech” Ivo Sasek (AZK) Our last speaker of the day will be lecturing on banned speech, banned evidence and even a ban on legal defence in court. On top of everything else, being banned from defending yourself in court constitutes a particularly  disturbing problem. This speaker is a fully qualified lawyer and throughout her lecture I find it of particular importance, that we don’t let our judgement be influenced Read more […]

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