This is the book with which it all started: Skepticism about the claims that the wicked Nazis mass-murdered people in homicidal gas chambers. It took a leftist French political prisoner who suffered through two German war-time concentration and forced-labor camps to get the ball rolling:
Holocaust revisionism began with this book: Frenchman Rassinier, a pacifist and socialist, was sent first to Buchenwald Camp in 1944, then to Dora-Mittelbau. Here he reports from his own experience how the prisoners turned each other’s imprisonment into hell without being forced to do so. In the second part, Rassinier analyzes the books of former fellow prisoners, and shows how they lied and distorted in order to hide their complicity. First complete English edition, including Rassinier’s prologue, Albert Paraz’s preface, and press reviews.