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From Sun Sep 24 07:40:54 PDT 1995
Article: 9029 of alt.revisionism
From: (Stephane Bruchfeld)
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Subject: Re: Wilhelm Sta"glich
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 1995 00:54:33 GMT
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Alexander Baron  wrote:

>In article <43t07b$>
>  "Frank Forman " writes:

>> I'd like to start a thread on Wilhelm Sta"glich's
>> _The Auschwitz Myth_. It struck me as the best
>> of the Revisionist books, but I've seen scarcely
>> a mention of it on the Newsgroup.

>Judge Staeglich's book is excellent beyond all meaning of the word, which
>is, of course, the very reason you won't see it referred to here. These good
>ol' boys have much more profitable pastimes, like nitpicking over alleged
>anti-Semitic remarks or castigating the insane ravings of the gullible
>Colin McKinstry. 

Mr. Baron again evades what is being asked of him, namely to give
further details about his hero's arguments. Until such time, his
repeated assurances as to the value of Staeglich's work are empty
and meaningless.
It is not, as Mr. Baron would have it, a question of "alleged
anti-Semitic remarks", it is a question of Mr. Baron's
intellectual honesty. No more, no less.
The way in which he has repeatedly evaded this and similar
challenges, of which several originate with Mr. Baron himself, is

Stephane Bruchfeld
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