|Major Revisionist Conference Set For April In Sacramento
An important meeting of revisionist scholars and activists is set for the weekend of Saturday-Sunday, April 24-25, 2004, in Sacramento, California.
With a stellar line-up of speakers, this is shaping up as the revisionist event of the year. It's already generating a lot of interest and "buzz," and the "traditional enemies" are taking note.
Among the 15 scheduled speakers are:
- Horst Mahler, author and attorney (Germany)
- Mark Weber, director of the Institute for Historical Review
- Fredrick Töben, director of the Adelaide Institute (Australia)
- Paul Fromm, director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression
- Bradley R. Smith, chairman of the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust
- Germar Rudolf, editor-publisher of The Revisionist
- Edgar Steele, attorney (Idaho)
- Claus Nordbruch, author (South Africa)
- Lady Michelle Renouf (England)
- Dariusz Ratajczak, scholar (Poland)
- Barry Chamish, author (Israel)
Harvey Taylor will serve as Master of Ceremonies.
Registration is $35 per person. Included with this fee are two dinners, two lunches and two breakfast buffets.
To register, write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For security reasons, the conference location is not being publicly announced beforehand. It will be disclosed to all registered attendees shortly before it begins.
The European American Culture Council of Sacramento is hosting the two-day event, which is sponsored by the Adelaide Institute of Australia. The Institute for Historical Review is providing financial assistance.
For further information, contact organizer Walter F. Mueller, publisher of the monthly Community News:
Tel. 916 - 927 8553
Regular mail: P.O. Box 191677, Sacramento, CA 95819, USA