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The Journal Of Historical Review Volume 02 Number 4 1981

The Journal Of Historical Review Volume 02 Number 4 1981

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Articles
Mark Weber In memoriam: Mabel Elsabe Narjes
Philip Beck The burning of Saint Malo
Paul Rassinier Rassinier to the Nation
Robert Faurisson The gas chambers of Auschwitz
appear to be inconceivable
Robert Faurisson The gas chambers: Truth or lie?
Charles Lutton The Miracle of Dunkirk reconsidered
Andreas Wesserle Bombs on Britain
J. Marcellus A note from the editor
Letters to the editor
___________

"Distribution of Journal articles, reviews and essays is encouraged. Except for specifically copyrighted items, IHR items may be freely distributed, reprinted or reposted, provided that no changes are made without prior arrangement, and that proper credit is given, including mention of the Institute for Historical Review, and the IHR website URL.

IHR Journal Items do not necessarily reflect the views of the Institute for Historical Review. "

http://ihr.org/main/journal.shtml
Articles
Mark Weber In memoriam: Mabel Elsabe Narjes
Philip Beck The burning of Saint Malo
Paul Rassinier Rassinier to the Nation
Robert Faurisson The gas chambers of Auschwitz
appear to be inconceivable
Robert Faurisson The gas chambers: Truth or lie?
Charles Lutton The Miracle of Dunkirk reconsidered
Andreas Wesserle Bombs on Britain
J. Marcellus A note from the editor
Letters to the editor
___________

"Distribution of Journal articles, reviews and essays is encouraged. Except for specifically copyrighted items, IHR items may be freely distributed, reprinted or reposted, provided that no changes are made without prior arrangement, and that proper credit is given, including mention of the Institute for Historical Review, and the IHR website URL.

IHR Journal Items do not necessarily reflect the views of the Institute for Historical Review. "

http://ihr.org/main/journal.shtml

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The
Journal
of
Historical
Review
Volumo
Two,
Numbnr
Four
Winter
1081
EDITOR
TIIOMAS
1.
MARCELLUS
EDITORIAL ADVISORY
COMMITEE
IN.
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UNIVEIZSI'IY
OF
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REINHARD
K.
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CA1,IFORNIA S'rA'I'E UNIVERSITY, Long Boech
DR. ARTHUR
R.
BUTZ
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Evanston
1)R. ROBERT FAURISSON
UNIVERSITY OF LYON-2, Lyon. France
DrI'LIEB FELDERER
Revisionist History Magazine.
Tlby,
weden
PERCY
L. GREAVES
JR.
Preo Markot Economist
THOMAS IWNRY
IRWW
UNIVEIISI'IY
OF
KENTUCKY
SAMUEL EIIWARII KONKIN
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Tt~o
nw
1,ihortnrian.
Long
Beech
DR. MARTlN A. LARSON
The Spotlight. Washington
D.C.
1)R. IAMES
I.
MARTIN
INS'ITI'U'IX FOR
HISTORICAL
REVIEW
OR. REMI.0
P.
OLIVER
UNIVI~I~SI~I'Y
1:
ILLINOIS, Urbana
DR. \VII.IIEI.M
STACI,ICH
Retired Judgo. West Germany
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WALENDY
VERLAC
FUR
VOLKSTUM
&
ZEIWESCIIICII'EFORSCIIUNG
Vlotho/Weser, West Germany
DR. CHARLES
E.
iYEBER
UNIVERSITY OF
TULSA,
Oklahoma
1)R. ANDREAS R. WESSERLE
MAIIQIJE'I'TE IJNIVEILSI'I'Y, Milw~~~rkoo1tr)l.J
 
The Journal of Historical Review is published quarterly bythe Institute for Historical Review. P.O. Box 1306, Torrance,California 90505. United States of America. Subscription pricesare as follows: One year. U.S.$20: two years, U.S.$35: threeyears, U.S.$50-or the
equivalent
in foreign currency.Foreign subscribers should
add
U.S.$5
if
paying with a remit-tance drawn on a foreign bank. For domestic First Class deliv-ery add
$5
per yoor. For OV~I'RO~IRir Mf~il
1cIc1
U.S.$12
por
yoil
r.
IJrllk
~ubscriptioll rates aro r~veilnbln on roquost.Appro1)rintn rnnn~l~c:ripls
ro
wolt:onlod by tho Editor, but must
IJ~
lcconlpallied
by
return postage.Listed:Librnry of CongressBritish LibrnryE11cyc:lopodin of AssociationsWriters Market 1981PTLA CatalogISSN: 0195-6752Institute for Historical RovinwP.O. Box
1300,
orrnlicu, Cnliror~iia 0505, U.S.A.Permission is hereby granted for reprints of any article con-tained herein, providing that no changes or alterations aremade prior to off-printing, and also providing that the followingattribution appears with the article:"Reprinted by permission of The lournal of HistoricalReview, P.O. Box
1306,
Torranco, California 90505, UnitedStates of America. Subscription rate: U.S.$20 per year."Two
copies
of ench off-print should be submitted to the Editorof
The
Journal of Historical Review.
 
In
Memoriam
MABEL ELSABE NARJESA great fighter for historical truth, Mabel Elsabe Narjes,has passed on. Fluont in English and Fronch, as well as amaster stylist in hor nativo Gormnn, sho producod many su-perbly well-crafted and lucid translations of important his-torical works into German.FrauNarjes was responsible for the translation of Prof.David Hoggan's masterwork, Der Erzwungene Krieg. The9wpage study unleashed a great debate in Germany aboutthe origins of the Second World War and is still the stan-dard work on the war guilt question. She also translatedBenjamin Colby's 'Twas
(I
Fclmous Victory and portions ofDr. ArthurButz's The Hoax
of
the Twentieth Century intoGerman. Not long before her death, she translated TheSpotlight newspaper reprint of "The Groat Holocaust De-bnte" and was
tiblo
to witnoss its ontllusiristic rocoption inGermany.She worked closely with many
of
tho groat historical pio-neers of her age. She had the honor of introducing two ofthom-P~~~ilir~usi~iior,
I
goocl I'rioncl, uric1 tho groutAmerican historian Harry Elmer Barnes-to each otherpersonally in Europe.She attended the 1980 convention of the Institute for His-torical Review whoresho roceivod woll-dosorvod recogni-tion of her years of devoted work. All those who met FrauNarjes were impressed by her sharp intellect and extra-ordinary spirit.Following the catastrophic defeat of her nation in
1945,
many embittered Germuns pussivoly tolorated the flood of'lies and calumnies which chnracterized the historical "re-oduccltion" campr~ignml~osocl
y
Iho vi(:lor'ious
powors.
nut
not Mabol Nurjes.
From
[lie early 1950s until
bur
death inSeptember, just hofore hor 67th hirthdny, uho romninocl
n
farlatic fighter against the falsifiers and manipulators ofhistory. Linguisticcllly nt
llomo
in
1110
tllroo
grttnl
longurlgosof the continent, her work was a living expression of loyaltyto both her native Germany and to European culture.Mabel Narjes is dead. But she will live on in the hearts
of
those.who honor her memory and in her inspired workamong lovers of historical truth everywhere.
-Mark
Weber
12
September 1981

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