Quick Facts on the Holocaust a handy collection of quick facts on all aspects of the Holocaust, ideal for quick reference purposes
Essays contributions on various topics from THHP members.
Albert Speer’s “Edifice of Lies” (1900 words) by Sven Felix Kellerhoff (translation by Gord McFee)
Are the Jews central to the Holocaust? (1500 words) by Gordon McFee.
August Hirt: Deadly Collector of the Victims of the Holocaust (6600 words) by Anne S. Reamey
The Bolshevik Canard (1800 words), by Richard J. Green.
The Dachau Gas Chambers (5000 words, 47 photos), by Harry W. Mazal OBE.
December 12, 1941 (2000 words), by Götz Aly (translation by Gord McFee).
Vor der Wannsee-Konferenz: Ausweitung der Kampfzone and English translation Before the Wannsee Conference: Expansion of the Combat Zone by historian Ernst Piper
Der ewige Jude (“The Eternal Jew”) (30,000 words, 83 images, recording), by Stig Hornshøj-Møller.
Final Destination Treblinka (11,400 words), by Stephen Potyondi.
The Forensic Sins of Carlos Porter (6000 words), by Yale Edeiken.
The Führer Myth (15,000 words), by Stig Hornshøj-Møller.
General Semantics and Holocaust Denial (4800 words), by Andrew E. Mathis, Ph.D.
The IHR at the Crossroads (4,000 words), by Yale Edeiken.
In the Nazis’ Words (2500 words), collected by Gord McFee.
An Introduction to the Einsatzgruppen (6000 words), by Yale Edeiken.
The Einsatzgruppen Reports (Ereignismeldungen) (3,500 words), by Nick Terry
Irving’s War (8000 words), by Yale Edeiken.
Photographs Documenting the Holocaust in Hungary (3000 words, 180 photos), by Dr. László Karsai.
The Reconstruction of Belzec (98 photos) by Alex Bay
The Reconstruction of Treblinka (20,000 words, 67 photos) by Alex Bay
Reichkristallnacht: A response to Ingrid Weckert (8900 words) by Dr. Andrew E. Mathis
The Struthof-Natzweiler Camp (21,100 words) by Miloslav Bilik
Stroop on Treblinka (1200 words), by Jamie McCarthy.
Vernichtungskrieg: Wehrmacht Complicity in the Holocaust on the Eastern Front (24,000 words), by Stephen Vargas.
When Did Hitler Decide On The Final Solution? (2000 words), by Gord McFee.
Where Did David Irving Go Wrong (5000 words), by Gord McFee.
Why “Revisionism” Isn’t (1500 words), by Gord McFee.
What revisionism Is by Roger
The Wannsee Protocol: Object of Revisionist Falsification of History by Christian Mentel
The WWII International Military Tribunal: Jurisdictional Challenges (2300 words), by Ralf P. Loserth
Essays and other material on the Auschwitz death camp:
Essays on the Extermination Camps of Belzec, Treblinka and Sobibor
Please also see our section on Eyewitness Accounts and Family Histories for a sense of the human impact of the Holocaust through the eyes of those who experienced it or know people who did.
Documents documentary evidence from the past.
Documents on the beginnings of the gassing program:
Documents on the Auschwitz death camp:
Documents on the Operation Reinhard extermination camps:
Reproductions scanned or typed reproductions of works.
Various important books with the permission of the Beate Klarsfeld Foundation
Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers by Jean-Claude Pressac. The seminal and still timely book on the gas chambers at Auschwitz.
French Children of the Holocaust by Serge Klarsfeld. It is a heart-wrenching depiction of the cruel treatment that the Nazis inflicted on innocent French Children.
The Holocaust and the Neo-Nazi Mythomania by Serge Klarsfeld. The Holocaust and Neo-Nazi Mythomania is a documentary work which consists of two studies — “The Launching of the Final Solution of the Jewish Question” and “Reply to the Neo-Nazi Falsification of Historical Facts Concerning the Holocaust.”
The Struthof Album by Jean-Claude Pressac. It is a study of the Gassing at Natzweiler-Struthof of 86 Jews whose bodies were to constitute a collection of skeletons.
Wherever They May Be by Beate Klarsfeld. The autobiography of a young German girl who grew up to become one of the premier Nazi hunters.
IMT Volume I (370 pages). The Trial of the Major War Criminals Before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, Volume I. Covering October 18 to November 13, 1945. The text has been faithfully reproduced page-by-page. Thanks to Patrick Groff and Harry Mazal.
IMT Volume II (500 pages). Covering November 14 to November 30, 1945. Thanks to Patrick Groff and Harry Mazal.
IMT Volume III (600 pages). Covering December 1 to December 14, 1945. Thanks to Patrick Groff and Harry Mazal.
IMT Volume IV (570 pages). Covering December 17, 1945 to January 8, 1946. Thanks to Patrick Groff and Harry Mazal.
Verdicts in several key trials in Germany in the 1950s and 1960s that contain numerous references to the Final Solution. The documents are in German and are:
- The verdict in the “Auschwitz Trial” in Frankfurt am Main of August 19-20, 1965.
- The verdict in the Belzec Trial in Munich of January 21, 1965
- The verdict in the Sobibor Trial in Berlin of May 8, 1950
- The verdict in the Sobibor Trial in Frankfurt am Main of August 25, 1950
- The verdict in the Treblinka Trial in Düsseldorf of September 3, 1965
- The verdict in the Einsatzgruppen Trial in Ulm of August 29, 1958
- The verdict in the Einsatzgruppen Trial in Munich of July 21, 1961
The Jaeger Report (9 pages), Written by SS-Standartenfuehrer (Colonel) Karl Jaeger, commander of one of the “Einsatzkommandos” (EK 3), it provides a very detailed account of the murderous rampage of this “special squad” in Nazi-occupied USSR, and proudly documents 137,346 murders.
The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide by Dr. Robert Jay Lifton. “An agonizing account of what doctors can do when they are transformed by their culture. To read of the medical experiments at Auschwitz – ‘They took us because they didn’t have rabbits’ – will make it harder for us physicians ever again to be corrupted.” Howard M. Spiro, M.D. Professor of Medicine, Yale Medical School.
The Stroop Report (125 pages), Major General Jürgen Stroop, 1943. The thorough Nazi record proudly documenting the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto. See also Stroop on Treblinka. Thanks to Jürgen Langowski. See introduction for notes on the English translation.
Blausäure zur Schädlingsbekämpfung (70 pages), Gerhard Peters, 1933. “Prussic Acid in Pest Control.” An important work for understanding the characteristics of Zyklon-B. Text transcription and translation are not yet available. Thanks to Daniel Keren.
Die Einsatzfähigkeit der Blausäure-Durchgasung bei tiefen Temperaturen (5 pages), Gerhard Peters and W. Rasch, 1941. “The Efficiency of Prussic Acid Fumigation at Low Temperatures.” Addresses behavior of Zyklon-B at low temperatures.
Nochmals: Die Einsatzfähigkeit der Blausäure-Durchgasung bei tiefen Temperaturen (3 pages), R. Irmscher, 1942. “Once More: The Efficiency of Prussic Acid Fumigation at Low Temperatures.” Further German research addressing the behavior of Zyklon-B at low temperatures.
We have a special page devoted to an examination of Holocaust denial and deniers.
Among other things, we offer a quick questions and answers page on revisionism and Holocaust deniers.
David Irving is a Holocaust denier residing in the UK who recently lost a lawsuit to Deborah Lipstadt. We now have an index organizing material about David Irving.
We also offer a pamphlet for those seeking a printed concise introduction to David Irving and his lies, entitled Who is David Irving?
(Over a year ago, David Irving called this pamphlet “lies” and “fiction.” Although he constructed a special webpage to reprint it, and has corresponded with us several times, he has been unable to name even one error. In July 1998, he said he would respond – and after a long silence, in January 1999 decided not.)
CODOH (the so-called committee for open discussion of the Holocaust story) is one of the major disseminators of denial in the US. We now have a webpage devoted to addressing the challenge that they pose.
We have a letter from Joel Hayward regarding his change of views with respect to his Master’s thesis.
Early in 2009, the Vatican rehabilitated four Bishops who had been consecrated by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre 20 years ago. Since this had been done without Vatican approval, the Bishops were excommunicated. Not long after the rehabilitation had been announced by Pope Benedict XVI, it came to light that one of the Bishops – Richard Williamson – has expressed views consistent with those of Holocaust deniers and antisemites in a television interview aired just days before the Vatican decision was announced. A firestorm of controversy arose, which has been documented in the media, and need not be repeated here. The Bishop was ordered to recant his views (which he has yet to do). THHP member Harry W. Mazal has written a Response to statements made by Bishop Richard Williamson concerning the Holocaust from both the historical and scientific perspectives of Bishop Williamson’s public statements.
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