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The Journal Of Historical Review Volume 21 Numbers 3-4-2002

The Journal Of Historical Review Volume 21 Numbers 3-4-2002

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Volume 21 number 3/4 (May/August 2002)
The 14th IHR Conference, The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 4.

Joe Sobran. "For Fear of the Jews," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 12.

Phillip Tourney. "Israel's 'Knife in the Back' Attack Against America," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 17.

James Ennes. "Israeli Attack on the Liberty Was No Accident," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 19.

Mark Weber. "New 'Official' Changes in the Auschwitz Story," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 24.

David Irving. "So, Who Was Right, Then?," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 29.
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"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
Volume 21 number 3/4 (May/August 2002)
The 14th IHR Conference, The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 4.

Joe Sobran. "For Fear of the Jews," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 12.

Phillip Tourney. "Israel's 'Knife in the Back' Attack Against America," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 17.

James Ennes. "Israeli Attack on the Liberty Was No Accident," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 19.

Mark Weber. "New 'Official' Changes in the Auschwitz Story," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 24.

David Irving. "So, Who Was Right, Then?," The Journal of Historical Review, volume 21 no. 3/4 (May/August 2002), p. 29.
___________

"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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place ads in student newspa-pers at colleges and universi-ties across the country callingfor open debate on the hottestof hot ssues -the "Holocaust."His campaign generated enor-mous media attention acrossthe country, and got him guestslots on hundreds of radio talkshows and on national televi-sion, including the Phil Donahue show.Now, in a warm, witty and thoughtful memoir,this modern-day Don Quixote
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EDITORIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEEAdvisors are not spokesmen ofthe educational institutions identified.GEORGE ASHLEY, Ph.DLos Angeles Unified School District (ret.)ENRIQUE AYNAT, L.L.B.Torreblanca, SpainPHILIP BARKER, Ph.DMinneapolis, MinnesotaJOHN BENNETT, L.L.B.Australian Civil Liberties UnionMelbourne, AustraliaALEXANDER V. BERKIS, L.L.M., Ph.D.Professor of History (ret.)Longwood CollegeFarmville, VirginiaARTHUR R. BUTZ, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Electricaland Computer EngineeringNorthwestern UniversityEvanston, IllinoisBOYD CATHEY, Ph.D.The Southern PartisanColumbia, South CarolinaALBERT
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