The HHP archives
Here are entries from the Iranian Holocaust Cartoon Contest, which we found at irancartoon.ir. According to reports, there were 228 winning entries, but we came up with 232 cartoons. See our presentation of the winners and other entries here.
The Journal of Historical Review
These files are articles and reviews from The Journal of Historical Review, a revisionist magazine published by the Institute for Historical Review. These files and more are available on the IHR site, but are reproduced here in the interest of making them more widely available. See our archived JHR articles here.
Nuremberg Trials Nuremberg, Germany, 1945–1949
Twenty-four major political and military leaders of Nazi Germany, indicted for aggressive war, war crimes, and crimes against humanity, were brought to trial before the International Military Tribunal. More than 100 additional defendants, representing many sectors of German society, were tried before the United States Nuremberg Military Tribunals in a series of 12 trials known as “Subsequent Nuremberg Proceedings.” The four major publications linked below contain: the official proceedings of the trial of the major war criminals (The Blue Series), documentary evidence and guide materials from that trial (The Red Series), the official condensed record of the subsequent trials (The Green Series), and a final report on all the war crimes trials held in Nuremberg, Germany, from 1945 to 1949.
- Nurnberg Military Tribunals: Indictments (Cases 1–12)
- Trial of the Major War Criminals Before the International Military Tribunal. Nuremberg (“Blue Series”)
- Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression (“Red Series”)
- Trials of War Criminals Before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals Under Control Council Law No. 10 (“Green Series”)
- Final Report to the Secretary of the Army on the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials Under Control Council Law No. 10 [Telford Taylor]
- Report of Robert H. Jackson, U.S. Representative, to the International Conference on Military Trials
William Lindsey collection
In addition to writing articles for the Journal of Historical Review and testifying at the “false news” trial of Ernst Zundel, William Lindsey was working on several projects before his death in 1993. Here are some of those projects.
See also our Books section.