Carlo Mattogno

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Carlo Mattogno (born 1951) "a specialist in text analysis and critique, is Italy’s foremost Holocaust revisionist scholar. Born in 1951 in Orvieto, Italy, he has carried out advanced linguistic studies in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. He is the author of a vast amount of books and papers about the Holocaust. He lives with his family in a suburb of Rome."[1]

Another decription: "Carlo Mattogno was born in 1951 in the Umbrian provincial town of Orvieto, Italy. He has had a broad as well as a specialized education ranging from the classics to the military. After his Greek and Latin studies this was followed by university work in philosophy as well as Oriental and religious studies, and while serving in the Italian army, he attended three military schools. Today he has become an accomplished linguist, researcher, and is a specialist in textual analysis. It was in 1979 that Carlo Mattogno began dedicating himself to the discipline of historical revisionistic research and writing. In Europe, he has been associated with the "Annales d'Histoire Revisionniste", while in America, Carlo Mattogno has been a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee and a published contributor to the Journal of Historical Review. Several of his writings have been published in English translations, see below. Among his hobbies are mountain climbing, cycling, and body building. Carlo Mattogno makes his home with his family in suburban Rome, Italy."[2]

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