Faurisson affair
The Faurisson affair is a term given to an academic controversy in the wake of a book by French scholar Robert Faurisson, a Holocaust denier. The scandal largely dealt with the inclusion of an essay b...
Louis-Ferdinand Céline
Louis-Ferdinand Céline ([selin]) was the pen name of Dr. Louis Ferdinand Auguste Destouches ([detuʃ]; 27 May 1894 – 1 July 1961), a French novelist, pamphleteer and physician. The name Céline was the ...
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Roger Garaudy
Roger Garaudy or Ragaa Garaudy ([gaʁodi]; 17 July 1913 – 13 June 2012) was a French philosopher, French resistance fighter and a prominent communist author. He converted to Islam in 1982. Many ...
Department for Protection and Security
Department for Protection and Security (DPS) or Département Protection et Sécurité is the "security" branch of the National Front (FN) political party of France, which depends directly from the FN's p...
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Claude Autant-Lara
Claude Autant-Lara (5 August 1901, Luzarches, Val-d’Oise – 5 February 2000, Antibes, Alpes-Maritimes) was a French film director and later Member of the European Parliament (MEP).
Autant-Lara was ...
Serge Thion
Serge Thion (born 1942) is a French sociologist. A former researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research, he was dismissed from his position there for Holocaust denial activities.
Robert Le Vigan
Robert Le Vigan (7 January 1900 – 12 October 1972) was a French actor.Born Robert-Charles-Alexandre Coquillaud in Paris, he appeared in more than 60 films between 1931 and 1943 almost exclusivel...
Marine Le Pen presidential campaign, 2012
President of the Front National (FN) since 16 January 2011, Marine Le Pen ran for President of France in 2012.
During the 2010 internal campaign for the FN leadership, Marine Le Pen explained why ...
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Paul Rassinier
Paul Rassinier (1906 in Bermont – 1967) was a French pacifist, political activist, and author. He was also an anti-Nazi French Resistance fighter, and a prisoner of the German concentration camp...
Robert Faurisson
Robert Faurisson (born 25 January 1929) is a Franco-British academic. Faurisson generated much controversy with a number of articles, published in the Journal of Historical Review and elsewhere, as we...
Carlo Mattogno
Carlo Mattogno (born 1951) is an Italian author, specialist in text analysis and critique, and a Holocaust denier.
Mattogno was born in Orvieto, Italy, now living with his family in a suburb of Ro...
Pierre Guillaume
Pierre Guillaume (born 1940) is a French political activist. He was the founder of the Paris book shop La Vieille Taupe in 1965 and later the negationist publishing house of the same name. A former me...
La Vieille Taupe
La Vieille Taupe is a publishing house and bookshop in Paris, France. The establishment went through two distinct phases in its history. Between 1965 and 1972, it had a politically ultra left slant. I...
François Duprat
François Duprat (1941–1978) was a writer, a founding member of the Front National party and part of the leadership until his assassination in 1978.
François Duprat was born on 26 October 1941, in ...
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Maurice Bardèche
Maurice Bardèche (1 October 1907 – 30 July 1998) was a French essayist, literary and art critic, journalist, and one of the leading exponents of neo-fascism in post–World War II Europe. Bardèche also ...
Paul Goma
Paul Goma ([ˈpa.ul ˈɡoma]; born October 2, 1935) is a Romanian writer, also known for his activities as a dissident and leading opponent of the communist regime before 1989. Forced into exile by the c...
National Front (France)
The National Front (Front national ([fʁɔ̃ na.sjɔ.nal]) or FN) is an economically protectionist, socially conservative, and nationalist political party in France. The party was founded in 1972 to unif...
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Jean-Claude Pressac
Jean-Claude Pressac (b. c. 1944 – 23 July 2003) was a French chemist and pharmacist who later became a published authority on the Holocaust of World War II.Pressac was originally a Hol...
The Founding Myths of Modern Israel
In 1996, Roger Garaudy published his most controversial work, Les Mythes fondateurs de la politique israélienne (The Founding Myths of Modern Israel), whose contents were translated into English in 20...
The Founding Myths of Modern Israel - Wikipedia
Murder of Ibrahim Ali
The death of Ibrahim Ali (1978 – February 21, 1995) took place in Marseille, France in 1995.
Ibrahim Ali was a seventeen-year-old French-boy with Comorian origins. He was killed in Marseill...
Leuchter report
The Leuchter report is a pseudoscientific document authored by American execution technician Fred A. Leuchter, who was commissioned by Ernst Zündel to defend him at his trial in Canada for distributin...
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Présent
Présent is a French newspaper (published five days a week). It was founded in 1982. It is close to the French Front National, and follows a traditionalist Catholic editorial line. Jean Madiran was for...
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Gayssot Act
The Gayssot Act or Gayssot Law (French: Loi Gayssot), enacted on 13 July 1990, makes it an offense in France to question the existence or size of the category of crimes against humanity as defined...