The Holocaust History Project Team.

None of us could do this alone. The Holocaust History Project is an organization of concerned individuals working together to educate and inform about the Holocaust. A few of our members wish to remain anonymous; the rest are listed below.

Each contributor's name is followed by a listing of the work of which they are listed as author. (However, this excludes some of our most valuable contributions: research, collaboration, and webpages that appear without attribution such as our Short Essays.)


Mikkel Andersson became interested in Holocaust-denial in the fall of 1996, when he discovered attempts to deny the Holocaust in the Danish newsgroups, and since then has been increasingly involved in Holocaust reseach at an amateur level and in combatting denial. He had the great privilege to befriend and work with the Danish historian Stig Hornshøj-Møller during the last year of his life, and was enormously influenced by his energy and vast knowledge of matters related to the Holocaust. Currently Mikkel is working as an IT consultant in Aarhus, Denmark. He has a homepage regarding the Danish deniers, in Danish but also with some English content; it includes information on the Einsatz Reinhard camps and speeches and essays by Stig Hornshøj-Møller. It can be found at http://holocaust-info.dk/.

Yale F. Edeiken B.A., J.D, is an attorney specializing in litigation in Eastern Pennsylvania. His education includes a B.A. in Sociology and Anthropology from Villanova University and a legal degree from The John Marshall Law School. He also studied epidemiology at the School of Health of the University of Texas. His real interest in history began after college when he discovered that he was living in the middle of a battlefield (Germantown, 1777). His interest in the Holocaust began in law school where he studied the trials of the Japanese war criminals and the Nuremberg trials. Currently he and his wife are members in good standing of The First Continental Regiment of Foot (Recreated for 1777) where he is a member of the History and Authenticity Committee and serves in the line as a private soldier.

An Introduction to the Einsatzgruppen
The Forensic Sins of Carlos Porter

Dr. Richard J. Green received his PhD. in physical chemistry from Stanford University in 1997 under the guidance of Professor Richard N. Zare. He was a postdoc and faculty intern at the University of Utah, in Salt Lake City, and is currently working for a contractor to the US Government. His homepage is at http://www.holocaust-history.org/~rjg/.

The Chemistry of Auschwitz
Leuchter, Rudolf and the Iron Blues
Chemistry is Not the Science: Rudolf, Rhetoric and Reduction
 (with Jamie McCarthy)
The Bolshevik Canard
A Foreword to the IFFR Report
An Expert Report submitted in support of Deborah Lipstadt's defense in David Irving's lawsuit against her.

Patrick J. Groff noticed that people were attempting to deny the Holocaust in 1991 on the Prodigy online service. He became involved with the Nizkor Project as a volunteer, and later became one of the founding members of THHP. Associate of Applied Science Computer Science, Bachelors Degree, Business Administration.

Stig Hornshøj-Møller (1949-1999) was one of The Holocaust History Project's most enthusiastic, prolific, and thoughtful volunteers. He began studying the Nazi propaganda film "Der ewige Jude" in 1970, and over the next three decades performed an amazing and extensive analysis of its techniques and sources. The book that resulted from this work is currently only available in German. His book on the mythology surrounding Hitler is only available in his native language, Danish. In the brief year that he worked with us, he shared his lectures, his book chapters, his kind words of encouragement, and his indefatigable desire to teach and learn. He is sorely missed.

Der ewige Jude ("The Eternal Jew")
The Führer Myth

Ralf Loserth became interested in the Holocaust at a very early age, and studied the Second World War as he grew up. He received a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from St. Mary's University in 1990. He first learned of the widespread problem of Holocaust denial when his old company installed the THHP computers. Between working on essays, he devotes a great deal of time as our systems administrator.

Dr. Andrew E. Mathis earned his Ph.D. in English and American Literature from New York University and currently teaches English at a university on the East Coast. He has been combating hatred on the Web since hosting one of the very first anti-hate Web pages as a graduate student (the remnants of which reside here). He has been affiliated with HateWatch and has published articles on literature, music, finance, and hate-group activity, including an interview with former Aryan Nations Youth Recruiter Floyd Cochran for The Web magazine. Dr. Mathis is currently working on a semantic analysis of Holocaust denial for scholarly publication.

Jamie McCarthy discovered Holocaust-denial on the net in 1992 and has been doing what he can to combat it ever since. Currently serving as webmaster of THHP, he regrets not being able to publish the other members' contributions as quickly as they are completed. He received a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Kalamazoo College in 1991; his homepage is at http://www.holocaust-history.org/~jamie/.

Chemistry is Not the Science: Rudolf, Rhetoric and Reduction
 (with Rich Green)
John Ball: Air Photo Expert?
Stroop on Treblinka
The 'Wolzek' Paradox
Zyklon Introduction Columns
 (with Mark Van Alstine)
Who is David Irving?

Harry W. Mazal OBE: Chemistry UNAM (Analytical Instrumentation); founder and principal owner of a development, manufacturing and distributing company in the areas of analytical instrumentation, engineering teaching equipment, and computer sciences, with offices in Cambridge, England, San Antonio, Texas, and Mexico City. Awarded the Order of the British Empire in 1983 by HM Queen Elizabeth for "Services to the Crown." Creator of the Mazal Library, one of the largest private collections in the world of Holocaust related materials including books, ephemera, microfilms, video-films, photographs, etc. with over 20,000 catalogued items. Began combatting Holocaust denial in 1992 on Prodigy, CompuServe, GeNie and on alt.revisionism.

The Dachau Gas Chambers
Trial of the Major War Criminals before the
 International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg

Gord McFee graduated from the University of New Brunswick in 1970 with a B.A (First Class Honors) in History and German. He continued his studies in Germany, receiving his Masters in 1973 from the University of New Brunswick and the University of Freiburg, merging his two main interests in his Thesis: "Gesellschaftskritik in den Romanen Ödön von Horváths" (Societal Criticism in the Novels of Ödön von Horváth), an author in the 1930s. Gord's interest in the Holocaust began in the late 1960s. Fluent in English, French and German, he is a senior civil servant with the Government of Canada.

When did Hitler Decide on the Final Solution?
December 12, 1941 (trans.)
In the Nazis' Words
Why 'Revisionism' Isn't
Are the Jews Central to the Holocaust?

Sara Salzman graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in 1980, and has been involved in education, publishing, advertising, marketing, theater, and a hundred other careers since then. In the late 1980s, she discovered the Usenet group alt.revisionism and from then on, she has worked on a number of projects and web sites to fight Holocaust deniers. Sara has been responsible for placing the entire Nuremberg Trials of Major War Criminals online, as well as the complete transcript of the Adolf Eichmann trial. Sara's activities have brought on harassment by a number of anti-Semites and deniers. Her case was the subject of a Hatewatch report, and has been discussed at international meetings on online hate. Sara's work is dedicated to the Holocaust victims in the towns of Stolin and David Horodok (now Belarus).

Pamphlets on David Irving and Ernst Zundel 
The Last Jew In Stolin 

John Zimmerman is an associate professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he has been teaching since 1989. His interest in Holocaust denial began in the late 1970s when he first heard of a book which denied that the Holocaust occurred. In 1995 he started work on a major analysis of all the arguments by deniers; it is anticipated that the book will be published in 2000. He is the author of the only examination on the reliability of the memoirs of Auschwitz camp commandant Rudolf Hoess. Professor Zimmerman is a non-practicing member of the California bar.

How Reliable are the Hoess Memoirs?
Body Disposal at Auschwitz: The End of Holocaust-Denial
My Response to Carlo Mattogno