Institute for Historical Review
First of all, we want to take this opportunity to thank you again for your dedicated support. Without it, we simply couldn't continue to bring out the Journal or publish significant works of historical scholarship.
For example, generous donations from faithful supporters made it possible for us recently to publish and/or distribute several important books, including James Bacque's new Crimes and Mercies and the tenth IHR printing of Art Butz' revisionist classic, The Hoax of the Twentieth Century.
Your support enables us to keep the cause of historical truth and the work of the IHR in the public eye, while strengthening the growing international network of revisionist scholars and activists.
If you live in southern California, you will want to attend the IHR meeting on Saturday, March 28, with British historian David Irving as the main featured speaker. We'll be mailing details of the event to Journal subscribers in southern California.
Although we're still terribly overworked and financially hard-pressed, we begin this new year with growing confidence.
We are gratified with the steady progress we've made in rebuilding from the mortal crisis caused by embezzlement and crippling legal attacks.
We are happy to report that, in fact, the Institute is on the most solid financial footing it's been in for several years.
With your continued support, we will make the Institute an even more dynamic and effective voice for the cause of truth in history.
Mark Weber Greg Raven