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Groundbreaking Research Books on the Biggest Taboo of the Western World This ambitious, growing series addresses various topics of the infamous “Holocaust” of the WWII era. Most of them are based on decades of archival research in archives all over the world. They are heavily footnoted and referenced. In contrast to most other works on…

The Real Auschwitz Chronicle

Nagging is easy. We actually did a better job! That which is missing in Czech’s Chronicle is included here: day after day of the camp’s history, documents are presented showing that it could not have been an extermination camp: tens of thousands of sick and injured inmates were cared for medically with huge efforts, and the camp authorities tried hard to improve the initially catastrophic hygienic conditions. Part Two contains data on transports, camp occupancy and mortality figures. For the first time, we find out what this camps’ real death toll was.

Debating the Holocaust

A debate about the Holocaust is raging underground; not whether or not it happened, but rather how, through what means, and to what extent. Here, arguments and counter-arguments are presented, and all relevant facts are laid out in a clear and concise manner. The entire debate, censored in public, is presented in a scholarly fashion.

Holocaust Handbooks & Documentaries

Presented by ARMREG Ltd and CODOH ISSN 1529-7748 (Books) & 2059-3872 (Documentaries) Taboo-Breaking Books and Documentaries Click here for Holocaust Handbooks: Your browser does not support the video tag and/or does not show MP4 files. Click here for Holocaust Movies: Your browser does not support the video tag and/or does not show MP4 files. “Enlightenment…

Politics of Slave Labor

The deportation of the Hungarian Jews to Auschwitz in May-July 1944 is said to have been the pinnacle of this camp’s extermination frenzy, topped off in August of that year by the extermination of Jews deported from the Lodz Ghetto. This book gathers and explains all the evidence available on both events. In painstaking research, the author proves almost on a person-by-person level what the fate was of many of the Jews deported from Hungary or the Lodz Ghetto. He demonstrates that these Jews were deported to serve as slave laborers in the Third Reich’s collapsing war economy. There is no trace of any extermination of any of these Jews.

The Gas Vans

During WWII, the German occupational forces in Serbia, Poland, and Russia are claimed to have used trucks to kill tens of thousands of people by means of the trucks’ exhaust gases. This books is the first to critically investigate all the accessible documents, court verdicts, witness statements and reports about this topic. The anomalies exposed by this study raise doubts about the historical reality of these infamous “gas vans.”


It is claimed that at Treblinka Camp, between 700,000 and 3,000,000 Jews were murdered in 1942 and 1943. The weapons used were alleged to have been stationary and/or mobile gas chambers, poison gases of both fast acting and slow acting varieties, unslaked lime, superheated steam, electricity, diesel exhaust fumes… This thorough study exposes the Treblinka hoax…

Breaking the Spell

Breaking the Spell shows that “witness statements” supporting the human gas chamber narrative clearly clash with the available scientific data. The author juxtaposes the commonly accepted ideas about a Nazi extermination policy toward the Jews with a wide array of mostly unchallenged, but usually unmentioned evidence pointing in a quite different direction, among them most notably German radio messages from the concentration camps intercepted and decrypted by the British…

Sonderkommando Auschwitz III

In 1995, under the title “We Wept without Tears,” Yad-Vashem Historian Gideon Greif published a collection of interviews he had recently conducted with former Auschwitz inmates who claimed to have been members of the “Sonderkommando”. This book critically reviews the statements made by these inmates (Josef Sackar, Abraham and Szlama Dragon, Jaakov Gabai, Shaul Chasan and Leon Cohen). In addition, the memoirs published in the 1990s and early 2000s by Shlomo Venezia and of a number of Greek Jews, all of whom claimed to have been members of the “Sonderkommando,” are being critically reviewed.

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