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  • The Journal of Historical Review
    Total Archives: 21 Years, 94 Issues, 1,086 Articles, 8,269pp
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    Decade 1990s
     
    1. The Journal of Historical Review,
      March 1990 Issue, 13 Articles, 130pp
      Auschwitz: A Case of Plagiarism by Carlo Mattogno
    2. The Journal of Historical Review,
      June 1990 Issue, 18 Articles, 129pp
      American Book Censorship by James J. Martin
    3. The Journal of Historical Review,
      September 1990 Issue, 12 Articles, 130pp
      The Second Leuchter Report by Fred Leuchter and Robert Faurisson
    4. The Journal of Historical Review,
      December 1990 Issue, 10 Articles, 130pp
      Hitler's War: An Introduction to the New Edition by David Irving
    5. The Journal of Historical Review,
      March 1991 Issue, 7 Articles, 130pp
      Living History by John Toland
    6. The Journal of Historical Review,
      June 1991 Issue, 10 Articles, 130pp
      Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers - Part II by Robert Faurisson
    7. The Journal of Historical Review,
      September 1991 Issue, 13 Articles, 127pp
      The Franke-Gricksch "Resettlement-Action Report" by Brian A. Renk
      Anatomy of a Fabrication
    8. The Journal of Historical Review,
      December 1991 Issue, 10 Articles, 125pp
      The New World Disorder by A.R. Wesserle
    9. The Journal of Historical Review,
      March 1992 Issue, 11 Articles, 130pp
      A Dry Chronicle of the Purge by Robert Faurisson
    10. The Journal of Historical Review,
      June 1992 Issue, 10 Articles, 126pp
      Treblinka by Mark Weber and Andrew Allen
    11. The Journal of Historical Review,
      September 1992 Issue, 5 Articles, 130pp
      Pages from the Auschwitz Death Registry Volumes by Mark Weber
    12. The Journal of Historical Review,
      December 1992 Issue, 9 Articles, 124pp
      The Luftl Report by Walter Luftl
    13. The Journal of Historical Review,
      January 1993 Issue, 10 Articles, 52pp
      Life Under Fire by David Irving
    14. The Journal of Historical Review,
      March 1993 Issue, 15 Articles, 52pp
      Victor or Vanquished?
      New Churchill Biography Sparks Furor
    15. The Journal of Historical Review,
      May 1993 Issue, 16 Articles, 52pp
      "Liberators" Film and Book Fraud by Mark Weber and Greg Raven
    16. The Journal of Historical Review,
      July 1993 Issue, 14 Articles, 52pp
      The United States Becomes an Imperial Power, 1898 by John Ries and Mark Weber
    17. The Journal of Historical Review,
      September 1993 Issue, 17 Articles, 52pp
      Abraham Lincoln and the Issue of Race by Robert Morgan
    18. The Journal of Historical Review,
      November 1993 Issue, 18 Articles, 80pp
      Seeking Justice for John Demjanjuk by Jerome A. Brentar
    19. The Journal of Historical Review,
      January 1994 Issue, 12 Articles, 52pp
      Russia's Imperial Family
    20. The Journal of Historical Review,
      March 1994 Issue, 11 Articles, 50pp
      The Warsaw Ghetto "Uprising" by Robert Faurisson
    21. The Journal of Historical Review,
      May 1994 Issue, 16 Articles, 52pp
      Schindler's List
    22. The Journal of Historical Review,
      July 1994 Issue, 14 Articles, 52pp
      Stalin's War Against His Own Troops by Yuri Teplyakov
      The Tragic Fate of Soviet Prisoners
    23. The Journal of Historical Review,
      September 1994 Issue, 14 Articles, 46pp
      Roosevelt's New Deal: The Revolution That Was
    24. The Journal of Historical Review,
      January 1995 Issue, 17 Articles, 52pp
      Revelations from Goebbels' Diary by David Irving
    25. The Journal of Historical Review,
      March 1995 Issue, 14 Articles, 52pp
      The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum by Theodore J. O'Keefe
    26. The Journal of Historical Review,
      May 1995 Issue, 14 Articles, 46pp
      How Mussolini Crushed the Mafia in Italy, and How the United States Revived It by James J. Martin
    27. The Journal of Historical Review,
      July 1995 Issue, 13 Articles, 52pp
      The Simon Wiesenthal Center by Mark Weber
    28. The Journal of Historical Review,
      September 1995 Issue, 18 Articles, 42pp
      My Impressions of the New Russia by Ernst Zundel
    29. The Journal of Historical Review,
      November 1995 Issue, 15 Articles, 44pp
      Could Germany Have Won the War?
    30. The Journal of Historical Review,
      January 1996 Issue, 11 Articles, 52pp
      The 'Jewish Question' in 15th and 16th Century Spain by Brian Chalmers
    31. The Journal of Historical Review,
      March 1996 Issue, 12 Articles, 44pp
      Jewish Terrorism in France
    32. The Journal of Historical Review,
      May 1996 Issue, 15 Articles, 44pp
      Was Hiroshima Necessary? by Mark Weber
    33. The Journal of Historical Review,
      July 1996 Issue, 14 Articles, 44pp
      Mermelstein the 'Eyewitness' by Theodore J. O'Keefe
    34. The Journal of Historical Review,
      September 1996 Issue, 11 Articles, 42pp
      Roosevelt and Truman: Putting Alien Interests First
    35. The Journal of Historical Review,
      November 1996 Issue, 12 Articles, 38pp
      Clash of the Titans
      Hitler and Stalin
    36. The Journal of Historical Review,
      January 1997 Issue, 11 Articles, 50pp
      Irving's New Nuremberg Study by Daniel Michaels
    37. The Journal of Historical Review,
      March 1997 Issue, 16 Articles, 42pp
      Oswald Spengler
    38. The Journal of Historical Review,
      May 1997 Issue, 10 Articles, 44pp
      Wilhelm Furtwangler and Music in the Third Reich by Antony Charles
    39. The Journal of Historical Review,
      July 1997 Issue, 16 Articles, 44pp
      Stalin's Plan to Conquer Europe by Daniel W. Michaels
    40. The Journal of Historical Review,
      September 1997 Issue, 10 Articles, 34pp
      Michael Eisner and the Disney Empire by Mark Weber
    41. The Journal of Historical Review,
      November 1997 Issue, 15 Articles, 68pp
      An Open Letter to Russia's Jewish Elite by Eduard Topol
    42. The Journal of Historical Review,
      January 1999 Issue, 10 Articles, 44pp
      The Percy Hobart Story by Trevor J. Constable
    43. The Journal of Historical Review,
      March 1999 Issue, 11 Articles, 30pp
      For a Balanced History of the American Indian by Zoltan Bruckner
    44. The Journal of Historical Review,
      May 1999 Issue, 15 Articles, 50pp
      Pat Buchanan and the Struggle for Truth in History
    45. The Journal of Historical Review,
      July 1999 Issue, 6 Articles, 44pp
      Dr. Toben Free After Seven Months in German Custody
    46. The Journal of Historical Review,
      September 1999 Issue, 17 Articles, 76pp
      From the Editor by Mark Weber
      Opportunity and Challenge in a New Era