Unless correspondents ask us not to, this Website will post selected letters that it receives and invite open debate.
Carlos Porter writes from Belgium, Friday, June 14, 2002
"Gregory Douglas" is polluting the wellsprings of history
"DOUGLAS" seems to find his way into everything. I recently saw him quoted in an absolutely excellent, brilliant book called Kriegsursache Kriegsschuld, by Dr. Helmut Schröcke, of Viöl, Friesland.
The book is so good I read it four times and tried to get it translated into English. That is my only criticism of the book. The author is a scientist, 81 years old, a geologist and chemist of some sort. But quoting "Douglas" makes him look a bit of a fool.
Related file on this website:
Bookmark the download page to find the latest new free books
David Irving replies:
Schröcke is not alone in this. "Professor" Werner Maser also quotes "Gregroy Douglas" in his latest book on Herman Göring. (But then many years ago Maser also "found" Adolf Hitler's son living in France, I recall.)