Today I’d like to bring attention to one of the men who has made this website possible, Carlo Mattogno. His leg work has enabled a regular person like me to understand and disseminate Holocaust revisionism.
So who is this guy anyway? Mattongo is Italian, as you might have gleaned from the name. He is a specialist in text analysis and critique and has done advanced linguistic studies in Latin, Greek and Hebrew.
He started visiting former concentration camps in the 1980’s including Auschwitz-Birkenau, Stutthof, Dachau, Gusen, Mauthausen, Gross-Rosen, Buchenwald, Lublin-Majdanek, Płaszów, Belzec, Treblinka, Sobibór and Ghetto of Terezin. He was able to access archive information and conduct thorough research. During the 1990’s he was able to visit the archives in Moscow multiple times and access the archives. His analysis of primary sources has been invaluable to the Revisionist community.
In 2001 Holocaust Controversies released a book that was meant to debunk Mattogno’s work. In the spirit of Holocaust revisionism Mattogno did not let the challenge go uncontested. His response was over 1000 pages and to my knowledge has not received a counter-response from Holocaust Controversies.
Wikipedia tries to dismiss Mattogno’s work as being pseudoscientific, but, of course, will not tell you why. I suggest that you visit Holocausthandbooks.com, check out his work (which you can do for free) and judge for yourself.