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Not Guilty at Nuremberg by Carlos Porter is Now Back In Print

Not Guilty at Nuremberg by Carlos Porter is Now Back In Print

Not Guilty at Nuremberg - The German Defence Case by Carlos Porter is finally back in print after a successful search for a new Publisher and available again at a sensible price! Read the details here: 

 

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Interview with Carlos Whitlock Porter December 2017

Interview with Carlos Whitlock Porter December 2017

Many years have passed since books calling themselves ‘revisionist’ have been published

This resulted in Laws in some countries making such books illegal to write, to buy or to actively sell. Prison sentences were experienced by many Authors including Porter, Irving and Zundell.

But what has this achieved? Why is this the ONLY subject that is illegal to discuss, write about or even think about? We asked this question to Carlos Whitlock Porter, Translator and Author of many ‘Revisionist’ books….

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10,000 War Crimes Trials since 1945

10,000 War Crimes Trials since 1945

10,000 War Crimes Trials since 1945 Approximately 10,000 "War Crimes Trials" have been held since 1945. Trials of Japanese military personnel ended in 1949, yet "war crimes trials" of Germans and Eastern Europeans continue to this day, well publicised by English newspapers. Almost invariably, the charge is "violation of the laws and customs of war," derived, in turn, from international conventions signed at the Hague in 1899 and 1907.It is clear that these trials have little or no basis in law from the vague wording of the treaties which are said to have been violated. The illegalities of "war crimes"...

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