Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust

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Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust (CODOH) is a Holocaust revisionist and, despite the name, also a more general revisionist organization. It was founded by Bradley R. Smith in 1987 and mainly run by him until 2014. CODOH was then reorganized as a charitable trust. "Currently, CODOH and Castle Hill Publishers are working on integrating both entities into one, with CODOH at the helm."[1]

CODOH maintains a web forum and an on-line library of revisionist material. Smith's Report is roughly monthly newsletter that has been published since 1990. In 2015, CODOH became the publisher of the quarterly online magazine Inconvenient History.

It is today likely the most important revisionist and Holocaust revisionist organization, in part due to having archives from or having incorporated various earlier revisionist organizations, magazines, and websites.

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