Many people want to have a second look, a critical look, at the 7-decade old narrative of the Nazi killing of Jews en masse.
Here are thirteen reasons why I want to have a critical look.
In my high school in 1964, we were taught the “fact” that the cause of World War I was the 1914 assassination, in Sarajevo, of Austria’s archduke Francis Ferdinand. (Remember that one?)
In Hobart in 1996, a young left-hand shooter was easily convicted of having killed many people at Port Arthur by shooting them very accurately with his right hand (Martin Bryant).
In Germany, the female lawyer for revisionist Ernst Zundel was imprisoned for trying to defend him against the charge of “Holocaust denial” (Sylvia Stolz—she was physically carried out of the courtroom by guards in 2006).
During World War II, before a cure for typhus was found, there were epidemics of typhus.
The pesticide Zyklon B was widely in use to kill the fleas that were carrying typhus.