My Banned Holocaust Interview: Debate, Italian Style?




      My Banned Holocaust Interview: Debate, Italian Style?
In 1994, the Italian monthly periodical Historia invited Italian scholar and revisionist Carlo Mattogno and history professor Luigi Cajani to debate Holocaust revisionism on its pages But a year later, Historia changed its mind, broke its word, and printed only the contribution by Prof Cajani Allowing only one side to publish its views and arguments, is that debate, Italian style Intrepid researcher Carlo Mattogno, however, picked himself up and published his side of the Holocaust story in this booklet, which was first released in Italian Here now the English language reader can see for himself Carlo Mattogno s banned interview As fairness requires, the article by his opponent is also presented, because Carlo Mattogno uses it to refute its flawed and one sided arguments point by point This meticulously researched work is packed with revealing facts about the Holocaust story by a world class expert on this important controversy. New Download [ My Banned Holocaust Interview: Debate, Italian Style? ] Author [ Carlo Mattogno ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 56 pages
  • My Banned Holocaust Interview: Debate, Italian Style?
  • Carlo Mattogno
  • English
  • 18 December 2018
  • 1591480477

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  1. Michael says:

    In 1995, acclaimed revisionist, Carlo Mattogno agreed to an interview with the European magazine, Historia, on the contentious topic of the Holocaust They subsequently chose someone to represent the opposing side, i.e., against holocaust revisionism The two men laid our their cases, but when the magazine was published, they had removed Carlo Mattogno s side of the interview, leaving the other side in favor of the dominant narrative unopposed This is an interesting little booklet, which is In 1995, acclaimed revisionist, Carlo Mattogno agreed to an interview with the European magazine, Historia, on the contentious topic of the Holocaust They subsequently chose someone to represent the opposing side, i.e., against holocaust revisionism The two men laid our their cases, but when the magazine was published, they had removed Carlo Mattogno s side of the interview, leaving the other side in favor of the dominant narrative unopposed This is an interesting little bo...

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