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Carlo Mattogno - Thomas Kues - Jürgen Graf
The "extermination camps" of "Aktion Reinhardt" Part 1
Carlo Mattogno, a specialist in text analysis and critique, is Italy’s foremost Holocaust revisionist scholar. Born in 1951 in Orvieto, Italy, he has carried out advanced linguistic studies in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. He is the author of a vast amount of books and papers about the Holocaust. He lives with his family in a suburb of Rome.
Thomas Kues was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1981. He currently resides in central Sweden. he has an academic background in literature, linguistics and translation and is fluent in several languages, including English, German, Dutch and Japanese. he is frofessionally active as a freelance translator, and has been privately active as a revisionist writer since 2007. he is the author of some 50 articles related to holocaust revisionism, chiefly concerning the Aktion Reinhardt camps (Bełżec, Sobibór, Treblinka). Together with Jürgen Graf and Carlo Mattogno he has co-authored the study Sobibór. Holocaust Propaganda and Reality (TBR Books 2010). He is also a frequent contributor to the Inconvenient History journal and Smith's Report, editor of the Inconvenient History revisionist webblog and the Swedish-language Sann Historia (Real History) webblog. His current research focuses on the issue of the real destination of the Jews allegedly gassed Jews in the "extermination camps" (presented in the ongoing Inconvenient History article series "Evidence for the Presence of 'Gassed' Jews in the Occupied Eastern Territories") and on the subject of the Einsatzgruppen.
Jürgen Graf, a Swiss citizen, was born in 1951 in Basel. He studied French, English, and Scandinavian languages at the University of Basel, and then worked for some years as a teacher. After becoming acquainted with the revisionist view of the Holocaust in 1991, he became active in this field.
In the years since, he has carried out extensive research in different archives on the Holocaust issue, and has written and lectured extensively on various aspects of it.
He is the author and co-author of a number of books and papers on various aspects of the Holocaust issue.
Graf's book Holocaust on the Test Stand has appeared in German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Bulgarian, Italian, Russian and Arabic editions. In March 1993, following publication of the 112-page German edition (Der Holocaust auf dem Prüfstand), he was summarily dismissed from his post as a secondary school teacher of Latin and French. In December 1994 the French-language edition (L'Holocauste au scanner) was banned in France by order of the country's Interior Ministry. Some 200,000 copies of an expanded edition of this work were published and distributed in Russia under the title The Myth of the Holocaust.
In 1998 he was prosecuted, along with his publisher Gerhard Förster, for "denying" the gas chambers and the six million figure. In July 1998 a Swiss court sentenced him to 15 months imprisonment and to pay a large fine because of his writings.
Rather than serve the sentence, in August 2000 Graf went into exile. In 2001 he married a Russian historian in Moscow. He earns his living as a translator.
Graf's lectures at the Twelfth (1994) and 13th (2000) IHR Conferences have been published in the IHR's Journal of Historical Review.
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