THE LABOR DAY weekend 2004, David Irving's "Real
History, USA" will hold its sixth annual convention
at Cincinnati. It starts at three p.m. on Friday
September 3 and ends on the afternoon of Monday
"Through cost-cutting, I've held to the same fee
this year. There's also a five percent incentive
for you to register before August 5."
The weekend is marked by a series of unusual
talks by carefully selected speakers known for
independent and non conformist views on secret
events and controversies in modern history.
We are again hosting the event at a five-star
Marriott hotel near to the airport, with a fine
pool, health club, and restaurants; the hotel has
again given us a special daily rate, of $89 per
room instead of $149 (and even the same rate for
$259 suites). We also provide free airport
Time is running out for the special discount
offer. Registration starts at three p.m. on Friday
September 3 and ends at midday on Monday September
You'll meet folks who think the same as you and
enjoy a thrilling weekend of Real History. There
are friendly get-togethers, including two gala
For one, we cruise on a warm end-of-summer
evening up the Ohio River in a specially chartered
sternwheeler, while one of our big-name speakers
addresses you. For the other, we dine at a unique
gourmet location and listen afterwards to one of
our other famous orators, a syndicated
Among the fifteen speakers: Author David Irving,
and founder of the international Real History
movement, gives two talks including a final
assessment of the number actually killed in the
horrific wartime British and American air raids on
Dresden -- the topic of his first best-selling work
of history in 1963.
Two popular academics who are, unusually, also
gifted speakers, return this time -- Professor
Philip Supina to talk about medical research in the
Third Reich, other than the criminal brand which
has monopolised the attentions of conformist
historians; and Professor Peter N Kirstein, a
fearless champion of human rights and free speech,
who has chosen as his theme, "Historians v.
American Militarism: Resisting Censorship."
His focus will be on the challenges to
revisionism and the impact of national security on
free-thinking historians, citing recent cases in
which American historians were punished or became
the objects of public wrath because of their
opposition to war and unfettered Zionism.
REVISIONISTS too must come under revisionist
scrutiny. We examine the fringe controversy about
the Apollo moon landings -- was any, or all, of the
visual material, or some of it, faked or fudged?
Some say that the pictures were a hoax from start
to finish, but others have explanations for the
curious photographic anomalies.
Winfield Sibrel, who made the movie "A Funny Thing
Happened on the Way to the Moon," presents this
movie on the topic, and invites discussion. Perhaps
the truth is, as so often, somewhere in the
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During lunch intervals we show movies, including
recently discovered color 16mm movies from Hermann
Göring's private collection, retrieved by a GI
from his home on the Obersalzberg in 1945: this
film footage has many unusual scenes of Adolf
Hitler and his staff 1939-1945.
In keeping with our interest in the history of
Revisionist History itself, we have invited
Washington DC author Michael Collins Piper to make
an appraisal of the life and times of pioneer
revisionist (and veteran agitator) Willis Carto,
and to reveal some details of the controversial
Edison Bequest which threatened to rend asunder the
entire revisionist movement.
We keep details of several speakers confidential
to the last moment. In addition to World War Two
topics, the American attack on Iraq will again be a
focus for attention. We examine curious anomalies
offered by the visual evidence of the beheading of
American Nick Berg.
THIS YEAR we hold revisionists themselves up to
scrutny. Tom Stoneburner (above) has investigated
popular conspiracy theories of modern history,
including the assassination of John F Kennedy,
Waco, Oklahoma City, and Sept. 11, 2001.
Illustrating his talk with video clips (which will
be available on DVD to members of the audience) he
suggests that many of these theories are based on
bad logic, and don't hold water (or do they?).
Psephologist James Condit has studied the
history of computerized voting frauds for over
twenty-five years: his theme is therefore highly
topical as well as History, "The Dangers of Fraud
in Computerized Election."
Popular speaker Don Bustion chases to ground
through archival research an otherwise real
revisionist tale: the matter of the $500,000 paid
by the Philippines Government to General Douglas
MacArthur in the desperate days of February 1942,
even as quisling politicians of that American
semi-dependency sought a deal with the invading
Japanese Empire. The matter is a cautionary example
of the dangers of not using archival materials in
the writing of Real History. He calls his
presentation, "Unravelling Mysteries Using the
Our resident expert on the Middle East has kept
a close eye on the Arabic language newspapers since
the war, and found things not reported in the US
press. Are the Americans out of Iraq -- or not?
To avoid problems, we keep
details of some speakers confidential to the last
moment. Ask us for the full list.
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of speakers at this function must not be taken to
imply that they endorse or accept the views of the
organisers or of other speakers, whatever they may
be. Each speaker attends in his own private
capacity, sharing only a common interest in real