“The Making of the Auschwitz Myth” finally available

In early 2018, Carlo Mattogno sent us the “final” Italian version of his book The Making of the Auschwitz Myth for translation. Or rather, he sent us two books, as he had decided to split this project into two separate books. We decided to keep it together as one book, however, because we already had announced it as such. We subsequently contracted with Carlos Porter to have it translated into English. When Mr. Porter was almost done with his translation, Mr. Mattogno sent us two new files for this book with “some revisions.” A comparison of the files submitted revealed that he had completely rewritten the first part of this book (ca. 100 pages), which he had detached from the original project and defined as a separate project. The changes were so far-reaching that our translation could not be fixed. We had to start over. A comparison of the other parts of the project revealed that there were some significant changes throughout these 350 pages of text as well, requiring a paragraph-by-paragraph comparison of this entire section in order to identify any changes requiring a rewrite of the translation we already had. Needless to say, we were not pleased… The project got shelved, as other, less-frustrating projects had priority.

This past September, we dusted off this project, requested the files of the published version of this book from Mr. Mattogno (sure enough, there were more changes.…), and started the laborious process of bringing our outdated translation up to the latest and final version of this book.

Finally, it’s done! It is currently being set up for printing and should ship starting in early December. We apologize for the heavy delay of this project, which initially was slated to appear in late 2018/early 2019. It simply wasn’t meant to be. And here is the gist of it:

C. Mattogno: The Making of the Auschwitz Myth: Auschwitz in British Intercepts, Polish Underground Reports and Postwar Testimonies (1941-1947). On the Genesis and Development of the Gas-Chamber Lore.

C. Mattogno: The Making of the Auschwitz Myth

In this study, Carlo Mattogno shows how the myth of gas-chamber mass murder was created during the war and in the immediate postwar period, and how it has been turned subsequently into “history” by intellectually corrupt scholars who cherry-picked claims that fit into their political agenda and ignored or actively covered up literally thousands of lies of “witnesses” to make their narrative look credible. Carlo Mattogno has created yet another masterpiece of historical analysis of all the relevant source material upon which the orthodox Auschwitz narrative is based. And its effect is devastating for the orthodoxy…

Available in paperback, interactive PDF, ePub and Kindle formats.
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