Bradley R. Smith was born to a working-class family in South Central Los Angeles on February 18, 1930, where the family remained until 1970.
Bradley R. He was a good student on occasion, but was more interested in horses than education. At 18 he joined the army and in 1951 served in the 7th Cavalry in Korea where he was twice wounded. Smith is an autobiographer, journalist and playwright. He is co-founder of the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust (CODOH). Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist Paperback – November 1, 1987. by. Bradley R. Smith (Author)
Bradley R. CODOH was founded to provide speakers to debate or to lecture on the Revisionist response to Holocaust orthodoxy. Smith (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist book. Smith was born in Los Angeles on February 18, 1930. Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist. Published: 1987-01-01. At 18 he joined the army and in 1951 served with the infantry in Korea where he was twice wounded. After three decades of a variety of professional activities, it suddenly hit him: In 1979 he read a leaflet by Professor Robert Faurisson, "The Problem of the Gas Chambers. Then, Arthur Butz’s The Hoax of the Twentieth.
6 Bradley Smith and the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust. In 1992 Donald L. Niewyk gave some examples of how legitimate historical revisionism-the re-examination of accepted history and its updating with newly discovered, more accurate, or less-biased information-may be applied to the study of the Holocaust as new facts emerge to change the historical understanding of it
Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist. By (author) Bradley R. Smith.
Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist.