is a courageous and accessible study of "a looking-glass world where black is white, up is down, and the normal rules of reason no longer apply". Authors Michael Sherman and Alex Grobman have immersed themselves in the conferences, literature, and Web culture of Holocaust deniers; they have engaged the pseudo-historians in debate; and they have visited the concentration camps in Europe to investigate the truth of what happened there. Denying History
presents Sherman and Grobman's findings. The book refutes, in detail, the Holocaust deniers' claims, and it demonstrates conclusively that the Holocaust did happen; it also explores the fundamental historical issue in all debates over the truth of the Holocaust: the question of "how we know that any past event happened". Thus, Denying History
is a doubly useful book; it sets the record straight on one of history's most terrible events, and it instructs readers in the scientific, logical, and historiographical principles that can help us make wise judgments about history on our own. -Michael Joseph Gross
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