KeyWEn.com  
 
 
 
Holocaust Deniers       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Revisionists > Holocaust Deniers   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
HISTORIANS
CONTEMPORARY HOLOCAUST DENIERS
ACTIVITIES
NUMBER
THEMSELVES
CLAIMS
PEOPLE
DOUBT
ORGANIZATIONS
DENIAL
STAND
SCRUTINY
COMMENTATORS
EUROPE
EUROPEAN JEWS
ARTICLE PUBLISHED
TIME SOMEONE
HOLOCAUST
DENIERS
NEO-NAZIS
REVISIONISTS
HOLOCAUST DENIERS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Holocaust Deniers"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Holocaust deniers are not interested in noble ideals like 'the truth'.
  2. Most Holocaust deniers are not neo-Nazis themselves, though many of their works are quoted and used by neo-Nazi publications.
  3. Many of the Holocaust deniers are neo-Nazis or anti-Semites. (Web site)
  4. The first Holocaust deniers were the Nazis themselves. (Web site)
  5. Hatred for Holocaust deniers is compounded by the helpless fear that the pseudo-historians' specious lies may spread.

Historians

  1. Historians have holocaust deniers - and the Mormon church. (Web site)

Contemporary Holocaust Deniers

  1. Contemporary Holocaust deniers are not revisionists -- not even neo-revisionists. (Web site)

Activities

  1. He founded the Nizkor Project to expose the activities of the Holocaust deniers, who responded to McVay with personal attacks and slander.

Number

  1. McVay received a number of death threats, and the Nizkor Project soon became the number-one online foe of many Holocaust deniers. (Web site)
  2. Holocaust deniers insist that the number of Jews killed therefore be lowered by at least 2.5 million. (Web site)

Themselves

  1. Holocaust deniers often refer to themselves as ‘revisionists’, in an attempt to claim legitimacy for their activities. (Web site)

Claims

  1. Holocaust History Project - Essays, and reproductions of documents, which expose and debunk the claims of Holocaust deniers.
  2. The claims often made by Holocaust deniers about emigration of Jews after the war are preposterous.

People

  1. We do of course from time to time run articles, excerpts and news stories about people who hold obnoxious views like Holocaust Deniers. (Web site)

Doubt

  1. Few doubt, except for Holocaust deniers, that pure evil stalked the killing camps.

Organizations

  1. In the mid-1990s, the popularity of the Internet brought new international exposure to many organizations, including Holocaust deniers and other groups.
  2. McVay, a Canadian resident, was disturbed by the efforts of organizations like the Simon Wiesenthal Center to suppress the speech of the Holocaust deniers.

Denial

  1. Holocaust deniers do not accept the term "denial" as an appropriate description of their point of view, and use the term Holocaust revisionism instead. (Web site)

Stand

  1. These groups of Holocaust deniers make common cause with the Aryan Nation and Stormfront, so it's not hard to see where they stand.

Scrutiny

  1. Evidence presented by Holocaust deniers has also failed to stand up to scrutiny in courts of law (see Fred A. Leuchter), further questioning its veracity.

Commentators

  1. Commentators and historians have noted the misleading nature of statements by the IHR that they are not Holocaust deniers. (Web site)

Europe

  1. He writes that Holocaust deniers in Europe often keep all evidence out of view or deny the existence of such evidence.

European Jews

  1. And third, Holocaust deniers contend that the death toll of European Jews during World War II was well below 6 million. (Web site)

Article Published

  1. In fact it is Bob Black who collaborates with Holocaust deniers, getting an article published in the Journal of Historical Review (Vol.

Time Someone

  1. How come every time someone checks out something by these Holocaust Deniers it comes up as a shameless lie or distortion.

Holocaust

  1. Some groups, commonly referred to as Holocaust deniers, deny that the Holocaust happened. (Web site)

Deniers

  1. Spokespersons for Holocaust deniers have claimed that the deniers are often "persecuted" for their beliefs. (Web site)

Neo-Nazis

  1. Some Holocaust deniers do not identify themselves as neo-Nazis. (Web site)
  2. Increasingly, though, Irving was flirting with Holocaust deniers and neo-Nazis and her criticism rankled him enough to file a lawsuit. (Web site)

Revisionists

  1. Holocaust deniers often prefer to be called Holocaust "revisionists." Most scholars contend that the term is misleading. (Web site)
  2. Features a timeline on Holocaust denial and revisionism, and biographies of Holocaust deniers and revisionists.
  3. After the war it was raised both in Europe and in the United States by Nazi apologists and revisionists, as well as by Holocaust deniers. (Web site)

Holocaust Deniers

  1. Holocaust deniers do not accept "denier" as an appropriate term to describe their point of view, using the term "Holocaust revisionists" instead. (Web site)
  2. Many Holocaust deniers do not accept "denier" as an appropriate term to describe their point of view, using the term "Holocaust revisionist" instead. (Web site)
  3. However, because the latter term has become associated with Holocaust deniers, mainstream historians today generally avoid using it to describe themselves.

Categories

  1. Revisionists
  2. Fascism > Nazism > Nazis > Neo-Nazis
  3. Denier
  4. Holocaust
  5. Thought > Belief > Religion > Religion And Economics

Subcategories

Germar Rudolf
  1. Books about "Holocaust Deniers" in Amazon.com

Book: Keywen Category Structure


  Short phrases about "Holocaust Deniers"
  Originally created: August 01, 2010.
  Links checked: May 12, 2013.
  Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
  Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
0.0093 sec. a=1..