The Rudolf Bundle (Paperback)

All Books (Co)Authored by Germar Rudolf

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Own every title in our catalog from the prescient pen of our own resident revisionist, Germar Rudolf, in this book bundle. It includes the body of Rudolf’s own research into World War 2 and the Holocaust and tomes chronicling his personal odyssey, allowing the reader to better understand what drives a man to ask difficult questions that few were willing to ask, and doing what is right by the answers that are found, no matter what the cost.

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Bungled: “Denying the Holocaust”

Paperback

The Holocaust: Facts versus Fiction

Brochure

Garrison and Headquarters Orders of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp

Paperback

Auschwitz – Forensically Examined

Paperback

The Day Amazon Murdered Free Speech

Paperback (color)

Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers

Paperback

Resistance Is Obligatory

Paperback

Auschwitz Lies

Paperback

Holocaust Skepticism

Paperback

Hunting Germar Rudolf

Paperback

Auschwitz: Plain Facts

Paperback

Dissecting the Holocaust

Paperback

Lectures on the Holocaust

Paperback

The Chemistry of Auschwitz

Paperback (color)

Up Close and Personal

Paperback (color)

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Own every title in our catalog from the prescient pen of our own resident revisionist, Germar Rudolf, in this book bundle.

It would be a disservice to yourself, if you were to assume that this collection is only a match for those who are admirers of this indefatigable crusader against censorship and fake history. This book bundle doesn’t just include the body of Rudolf’s own research into World War II and the Holocaust from his personal standpoint of expertise in tomes like Dissecting the Holocaust and The Chemistry of Auschwitz, but also chronicles the personal odyssey of this remarkable German—telling both the story of how he came to be one of the world’s leading revisionists and counting the cost of that dedication to the cause of truth, both personal and financial in biographic detail—in works like Hunting Germar Rudolf and Up Close and Personal.  This anthology also includes works of a more ideological nature, like Resistance Is Obligatory; which round out the reader’s experience by offering a better understanding of what drives a man, who at one time in his life believed in the official narrative about the Holocaust with pure and unflinching faith, to ask difficult questions that few were willing to ask, and doing what is right by the answers that are found, no matter what the cost.

It is an indisputable fact that Germar Rudolf’s dedication to scholarly fidelity has produced some of the finest, most exquisitely detailed, most meticulously researched works of revisionist literature in existence. But this collection of books is much more than just a collection of his writings, telling the story of one man’s personal quest to tell the truth and shame the devil. It’s more than the story of how a normie scientist became one of the most hated and reviled scholars of the modern age for merely asking questions and not backing down when he found the answers didn’t align with his understanding of the world and the history of one of its most tragic and catastrophic wars—even at the cost of his career and good standing in the mainstream academic community. It is a panoramic view of the human condition, and an account of what it means to be a scholar in an age where scholarly discipline is only appreciated insofar as it gratifies the prejudices of men and slakes their thirst of acceptance and material comfort.

In his supplemental works, we learn about not just what motivates the author and what makes him tick, but the historical and present-day significance of refusing to comply with, and conform to, narratives of convenience; as well as the dangers of letting court historians reign supreme over the minds of students of history. It is here where all of us, even the most casual reader and researcher, can find the most in common with an author who may at times seem difficult to understand or relate to. (The cross that most if not all who are gifted with a precise and calculating mind bear.)  For in the pages of those works we can see that you don’t have to be a scientist who graduated with distinction from the most prestigious university in Germany, rigorously trained in the scholarly arts to understand, appreciate, and identify with the struggle that this man has been through his entire life as an academic. For his story is but a bit part in a much bigger drama, spanning the course of human inquiry throughout the ages and the very struggle for liberty itself.  The struggle for the freedom to think and seek answers without fear of oppression. That is not the struggle of Germar Rudolf, or any of the luminaries in the revisionist community. It is the struggle of all of us who seek genuine knowledge and understanding of our world and its history and the men who have influenced it.

Note: The following books (co)edited or coauthored by Germar Rudolf are not included in this bundle, since they contain only minor, if any, contributions by him. Add them individually, if you want to include them as well:

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Bungled: “Denying the Holocaust”

Weight 0.672525 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 5 × 0.53 in
Format

Paperback

The Holocaust: Facts versus Fiction

Weight 0.11025 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 0.07 in
Format

Brochure

Garrison and Headquarters Orders of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp

Weight 0.7056 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 0.43 in
Format

Paperback

Auschwitz – Forensically Examined

Weight 0.37485 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 5 × 0.29 in
Format

Paperback

The Day Amazon Murdered Free Speech

Weight .485 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 5 × .39 in
Format

Paperback (color)

Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers

Weight 0.584325 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 0.34 in
Format

Paperback

Resistance Is Obligatory

Weight 1.43325 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 0.88 in
Format

Paperback

Auschwitz Lies

Weight 1.5876 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 0.98 in
Format

Paperback

Holocaust Skepticism

Weight 0.187425 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 8 × 0.05 in
Format

Paperback

Hunting Germar Rudolf

Weight 1.157625 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 0.71 in
Format

Paperback

Auschwitz: Plain Facts

Weight 0.882 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 0.53 in
Format

Paperback

Dissecting the Holocaust

Weight 2.282175 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1.46 in
Format

Paperback

Lectures on the Holocaust

Weight 2.193975 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1.38 in
Format

Paperback

The Chemistry of Auschwitz

Weight 1.6317 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1.05 in
Format

Paperback (color)

Up Close and Personal

Weight 0.826875 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 0.43 in
Format

Paperback (color)