The Holocaust Historiography Project

The Journal of Historical Review Index: Volume 14 (1994)

Alphabetical by author within each issue.

Volume 14 number 1 (January/February)

Grau, Karl Friedrich. Silesion Inferno: War crimes of the Red Army on its march into Silesia in 1945. Reviewed by: O’Keefe, Theodore J. January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 43.

Kelfkens, J. “Religion and revisionism.” January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 46.

Martin, Neil. “Lincoln: A 'clever politician'.” January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 45.

Nolte, Ernst. Streitpunkte: Heutige und kuenftige Kontroversen um den Nationalsozialismus. Reviewed by: Weber, Mark. January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 37.

O’Keefe, Theodore J. "'Best Witness': Mel Mermelstein, Auschwitz, and the IHR.” January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 25.

Pressac, Jean-Claude. The Crematories of Auschwitz. Reviewed by: Faurisson, Robert. January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 23. Jean-Claude Pressac's new Auschwitz book.

Shirakawa, Sam H. The Devil's Music Master: The controversial life and career of Wilhelm Furtwängler. Reviewed by: Gray, Andrew. January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 41.

Sichrovsky, Peter. Born Guilty: Children of Nazi families. Reviewed by: O’Keefe, Theodore J. January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 44.

Vidal, Gore. Screening History. Reviewed by: O’Keefe, Theodore J. January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 33.

Warren, Ian B. “Throwing off Germany's imposed history.” January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 15.

Weber, Mark. “From the Editor.” January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 2.

Weber, Mark. “The Jewish role in the Bolshevik revolution and Russia's early Soviet regime.” January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 4.

Wilton, Robert. The Last Days of the Romanovs. Reviewed by: Martinez, Mary Ball. January/February, 1994; vol. 14 no. 1: p. 36.

Volume 14 number 2 (March/April)

The Canadian Free Speech League. “What is Holocaust denial'?” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 24.

de Zayas, Alfred-Maurice. The German Expellees: Victims in war and peace. Reviewed by: Clive, Robert. March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 39.

Faurisson, Robert. “The Warsaw Ghetto 'uprising:' A Jewish insurrection or German police operation?” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 2.

Foxman, Abraham H. “'God's Chosen'.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 41.

Gordon, Leonard A. Brothers against the Raj: A biography of Indian nationalists Sarat and Subhas Chandra Bose. Reviewed by: Anantharamiah, Srinidhi. March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 42.

Hottelet, Carl. “An 'abominable' book.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 46.

Irving, David. “Serious opponent.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 45.

Martin, James J. “Some style.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 45.

Montgomery, Andrew. “Subhas Chandra Bose and India's struggle for independence.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 9.

Mortl, John. “Readable.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 47.

Rimland, Ingrid. The Wanderers. Reviewed by: O’Keefe, Theodore J. March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 40.

Stofberg, L. F. “Crucial times.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 45.

Warren, Ian B. “The 'European New Right': Defining and defending Europe's heritage.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 28.

Weber, Charles. “Significant.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 47.

Weber, Mark. “A ghetto fighter recalls her capture.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 7.

Weber, Mark. “Inaccurate Time Magazine photo caption defames Ukrainians.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 8.

Weber, Mark. "The 'Warsaw Ghetto Boy'.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 6.

Weir, John. “Feeling of optimism.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 45.

Wikoff, Jack. “Earliest claims of Nazi gassings?” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 48.

Wright, William. “Mania of anti-anti-Communism.” March/April, 1994; vol. 14 no. 2: p. 48.

Volume 14 number 3 (May/June)

Berenbaum, Michael. “Rewriting history.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 44.

Bloch, Eduard. “'My Patient, Hitler': A memoir of Hitler's Jewish physician.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 27.

Butz, Arthur R. “New ADL campaign?” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 48.

Collins, Doug. “A Holocaust debate: The story keeps changing.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 40.

Collins, Doug. “'Swindler's List'.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 11.

Degrelle, Leon. “The enigma of Hitler.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 22.

Faurisson, Robert. “A Holocaust debate: Faurisson still waiting for 'exterminationists'.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 41.

Grubach, Paul. “Enlightening.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 47.

Hill, Leonides E.; Conway, John S. “A Holocaust debate: Holocaust scrutiny to refute falsifiers.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 40.

Hottelet, Carl. “Fundamental contribution.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 47.

Lilienthal, Alfred. “Dire threat.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 47.

Marchetti, Victor. “Behind Khrushchev Remembers.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 43.

Nolte, Ernst. “Minor weakness.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 47.

Phillips, Richard G. “History comes alive.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 46.

Raven, Greg. "Spielberg's 'Schindler's List'." May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 7.

Ryback, Timothy. “Stalingrad and Dachau.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 44.

Schmidt, Dieter W. “Reflections of a former German soldier.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 48.

Shtromas, Aleksandras. “A confession.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 44.

Sobran, Joseph. “Spielberg's Nazis.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 13.

Solzenitsyn, Aleksandr. “A dangerous cult of novelty.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 37.

Weber, Mark. “'60 Minutes' takes aim at Holocaust revisionism.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 16.

Weber, Mark. “Leon Degrelle.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 20.

Weber, Mark. “Martin Larson.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 42.

Weber, Mark. “Remer evades imprisonment for 'thought crime'.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 42.

Weber, Mark. “Smith and Cole appear on 'Donahue' show in major media breakthrough for revisionism.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 19.

Weber, Mark. “Twelfth IHR Conference set for September.” May/June, 1994; vol. 14 no. 3: p. 2.

Volume 14 number 4 (July/August)

Bitter retrospective after fifty years.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 14. Open letter from a young Frenchman to a former French resistance fighter.

Billington, James H. “The martyrdom of the Russian church under Communism.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 41.

Morris, Benny. “How Zionist leaders doctored historical documents about plans for mass 'ethnic cleansing' of Palestinian Arabs.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 25.

Plummer, Oscar E. “Veteran recounts mistreatment of prisoners.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 48.

Powers, Thomas. Heisenberg's War: The secret history of the German bomb. Reviewed by: Gray, Andrew. July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 44. A non-polemical look at wartime Germany's atomic bomb program.

Pressac, Jean-Claude. The Crematories of Auschwitz. Reviewed by: Thion, Serge. July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 28. A French scholar responds to a widely acclaimed anti-revisionist work about Auschwitz.

Shultz, George P. Turmoil and Triumph: My years as Secretary of State. Reviewed by: Gray, Andrew. July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 45. Secretary Shultz and the Bitburg uproar.

Sobran, Joseph. “A pervasive fear.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 40.

Stäglich, Wilhelm. “Disappointment with Nolte interview.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 48.

Teplyakov, Yuri. “Stalin's war against his own troops.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 4. The tragic fate of Soviet prisoners of war in German captivity.

Weber, Charles E. “Reflections of an American World War II veteran on the fiftieth anniversary of the D-Day invasion.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 11.

Weber, Mark. “From the editor.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 2.

Weber, Mark. “Getting out the word.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 42.

Weber, Mark; O’Keefe, Theodore J. “Revisionist historians and activists to meet for Twelfth IHR Conference.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 16.

Weber, Mark; Raven, Greg. "Bradley Smith's 'Campus Project' generates nationwide publicity for Holocaust revisionism.” July/August, 1994; vol. 14 no. 4: p. 18. Unprecedented media coverage of Holocaust 'Open Debate' campaign.

Volume 14 number 5 (September/October)

Alexander, James. “Vilfredo Pareto: sociologist and philosopher.” September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 10.

Garrett, Garet. Burden of Empire. Reviewed by Clarke, Andrew. September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 38. Classic critique of “The Revolution that Was” traces America's road from republic to empire and explores legacy of the Roosevelt New Deal revolution.

Havel, Vaclav. “Searching for purpose in the 'post-modern' world.” September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 34.

Irving, David. “The enemy struggles as a legend dies.” September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 33.

Mohler, Armin. Der Nasenring: Im Dickicht der Vergangenheitsbewältigung. Reviewed by Weber, Mark. September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 47. “Mastering” Germany's difficult past.

Oliver, Revilo P. “On conservatism, liberalism, and history.” September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 21. Excerpts from various published works.

Raimondo, Justin. Reclaiming the American Right: The lost legacy of the conservative movement. Reviewed by Clarke, Andrew. September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 41. New work examines suppressed conservative political-intellectual heritage.

Raven, Greg. “Editorial note.” September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 2.

Sobran, Joseph. “Our savaged 'living' Constitution.” September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 36.

Stein, Howard F. "The Holocaust, and the myth of the past as history." September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 28.

Sunic, Tomislav. Against democracy and equality: The European New Right. Reviewed by Saunders, William. September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 45. “European New Right” study warns against universalism and egalitarianism.

Warren, Ian B. “The heritage of Europe's 'revolutionary conservative movement:' A conversation with Swiss historian Armin Mohler.” September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 3.

Weber, Mark. “Holocaust hate propaganda targets Germans.” September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 36.

Weber, Mark. “Revilo P. Oliver: 1910-1994.” September/October 1994; Vol. 14, No. 5, p. 19.

Volume 14 number 6 (November/December)

Chamberlin, William Henry. “America's 'Second Crusade' in retrospect.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 22.

Chamberlin, William Henry. “How Franklin Roosevelt lied America into war.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 19.

Collins, Doug. “'Columnist blasts news story'.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 44.

Collins, Doug. “'Confessions of a modern heretic'.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 45.

Collins, Doug. “'Taking tabloid 'trash' to task'.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 47.

Hussein, Magdi. “Appreciation from Egypt.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 48.

Mattogno, Carlo. “The crematories of Auschwitz: A critique of Jean-Claude Pressac.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 34.

Rudolf, Germar. “Address to the Twelfth Revisionist Conference.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 14.

Sobran, Joseph. “World War II, American 'defense' policy, and the Constitution.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 31.

Weber, Mark. “Doug Collins under new fire for Holocaust views.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 43.

Weber, Mark. “Further progress and renewed commitment.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 9.

Weber, Mark. “Spirited Twelfth IHR Conference brings together leading revisionist scholars and activists.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 2.

Weber, Mark. “William Chamberlin: A man ahead of his time.” November/December 1994; Vol. 14, No. 6, p. 16.