Good to talk to you again. You are right to be cautious. A particularly liked the idea that Hitler was going to send in his commandos to rescue Soviet prisoners. What a nice man! The article was published in the December 1997 Barnes Review:
"The Barnes Review is a bi-monthly magazine founded in 1994 by Willis Carto, dedicated to historical revisionism such as Holocaust denial. Willis Carto had earlier founded the Institute for Historical Review in 1979 but lost control of that organization in an internal takeover by former associates."
It also publishes articles like:
The Holocaust Hoax Exposed.
IQ and Race
The Hoax of the Twentieth Century. The Case Against the Presumed Extermination of European Jewry
Our Aryan Ancestors
Oh, and let's not forget: The Work of All Ages: The Ongoing [Jewish] Plot to Rule the World from Biblical Times to the Present.
I'm not sure this is the kind of source we should be considering. And while we are on the subject I have on the odd occasion seen references within the group to the Institute for Historical Review [also mentioned above]. "Critics have accused it of being an antisemitic "pseudo-scholarly body" with links to neo-Nazi organizations, and assert that its primary purpose is to disseminate views denying key facts of Nazism and the genocide of Jews and others."
I invite you to:
http://www.ihr.org/ to make up your own mind.
Just thought I should mention this. Anyone for a pinch... or a bucket... of salt?
Regards, Mark Ostrowski.