I never realized how little I knew about even the standard Holocaust story until I read this book.
The Holocaust and the `Six Million' In 2009 Thomas Dalton published a book entitled Debating the Holocaust, a new look at both sides.
Another example of the "neutrality" of this book: Zyklon B is a pesticide used to kill lice, not to exterminate people.
Save your money, instead of buying this book just spend an afternoon on Youtube browsing through the nonsense spouted in the comments section by neo nazi sympathizers or Jew... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Arthur Crump
This is a review of the book rather than any attempt to defend the Holocaust; I cannot change anyone's mind in a book review in 650 words. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bacchus
This is the most honest book I ever read on the subject. I think the best book ever written on and about the Holocaust. The publisher went thru the ringer for printing the book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chas W. Walters
Imagine you were first to arrive at Auschwitz after WWII. How would you determine what had happened at the camp? What kinds of evidence would you look for? Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ryan M. Healy
Contrary to the author's contention of having no dog in the hunt, it is clear from the start that Dalton sides with revisionist ideas. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Orville Dunworth
This is s Holocaust revisionist work and in spite of its attempt to portray itself as objective and unbiased. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joseph Bishop
The Holocaust is the most sensitive of issues. If it really is a hoax, then by implication it calls Jews the biggest liars on the planet. Read morePublished 24 months ago by john thames
For Americans, what is discussed in this book is "The Red Pill". It will open
up the matrix of lies and distortions that have been in place since
1945 concerning the... Read more