Leading revisionist scholar visits London

Exiled Swiss revisionist historian Jürgen Graf visited London last week with his Russian wife Olga, attending celebrations for the 80th birthday of traditional Roman Catholic Bishop Richard Williamson.

Jürgen Graf lost his job as a teacher of French and Latin once his research about Second World War history was published, and in 1998 he was convicted and given a jail sentence – again for his published views. He fled his native country and has lived as a political refugee in Moscow for fifteen years.

Mr and Mrs Graf – together with Bishop Williamson and H&D assistant editor Peter Rushton – visited Lady Michèle Renouf’s Kensington home for tea: the video above (Real History Kamikazes) includes teatime discussion of how Jürgen Graf came to historical revisionism; his subsequent researches and publications; and the continent-wide persecution of revisionists.

By an extraordinary coincidence, during the recording of this teatime conversation, Lady Renouf’s Berlin attorney Wolfram Nahrath telephoned with news that she was being summonsed for trial in Dresden on May 15th. (see our earlier report on these criminal charges)

Alfred Schaefer (presently imprisoned in Germany) with his Canadian-born sister Monika Schaefer who was herself given a 10-month jail sentence in 2018 for posting online videos about German history and culture.

Canadian-born Monika Schaefer is among the recent victims of German court repression, and her brother Alfred Schaefer remains in a Munich jail. The Schaefers are good friends of Lady Renouf, and Monika recently posted a message of support on her blog.

H&D will continue to report from this frontline in the fight for historical and political honesty.

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