Benjamin H. Freedman

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Benjamin Freedman

Benjamin Harrison Freedman (4 October 1890 – May 1984) was an American businessman, a convert from Judaism to Catholicism , an anti-Zionist, and critic of Jewish influence.

Freedman was the son of one of the founders of the American Jewish Committee, which for many years was anti-Zionist. He founded the "League for Peace with Justice in Palestine" in 1946. A revisionist article on the Balfour Declaration by Robert John states that Freedman "gave me copies of materials on the Balfour Declaration which I might never have found on my own."[1]

He was an early Holocaust revisionist, writing an article titled the “Six Million Jew Hoax” in 1959.[2]

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  1. Behind the Balfour Declaration: Britain's Great War Pledge To Lord Rothschild. The Meaning for Us https://codoh.com/library/document/2137/?lang=en
  2. Deborah Lipstadt, Lost in the Age of Internet https://codoh.com/library/document/4183/?lang=en