Carlo Mattogno, Jürgen Graf, and Thomas Kues
late December 2011, we received a long text entitled Holocaust
Denial and Operation Reinhard. A Critique of the Falsehoods of Mattogno,
Graf and Kues. The authors are
Roberto Muehlenkamp, Jason Myers, Sergey Romanov and Nicholas Terry.
The object of their critique are the following three books:
Mattogno, Carlo, Jürgen Graf,
Extermination Camp or Transit Camp?, Theses & Dissertation
Press, Chicago 2004.
in Propaganda, Testimonies, Archeological Research and History,
Theses & Dissertation Press, Chicago 2004.
Jürgen, Thomas Kues and Carlo Mattogno,
Holocaust Propaganda and Reality, The Barnes Review, Washington
stands to reason that we could not afford to ignore such a challenge
because this would have been tantamount to surrender. Initially we
considered contenting ourselves with a short reply, pointing out the
most glaring fallacies and idiocies in the arguments of our opponents,
but we then decided to use the „steam roller method“ instead,
discussing and refuting all major arguments our five adversaries adduce
in their paper.
means that our response will be extremely long (several hundreds of
pages). The bulk of our rebuttal will be written by Carlo Mattogno. This
is inevitable because Mattogno, being the most prolific writer of us, is
the main target of our adversaries’ attacks. Since Mattogno’s part
will have to be translated from Italian into English, this alone will
inevitably delay the publication of our reply, not to mention the fact
that the three of us will have to coordinate our texts in order to
reduce the inevitable repetitions to a minimum.
Caroline Sturdy Colls publish her paper about her archeological research
at Treblinka before we have finished our rebuttal, Thomas Kues will
include an analysis of her results in his chapter on the excavations at
Belzec and Sobibor.
the aforementioned reasons, our response will probably not be ready
before July or August. Much to our regret, this delays the beginning of
our study upon the Einsatzgruppen.
On the other hand, after the publication of our reply we will not have
the slightest obligation to pay any further attention to anything MM.
Harrison, Mühlenkamp, Myers, Romanov and Terry might write in the
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