Castle Hill Publishers
Castle Hill Publishers is a revisionist publisher.
"Castle Hill Publishers was established by the revisionist Germar Rudolf. Since December 1996 Germar Rudolf has been active as a revisionist publisher in England. Until early 1998 Rudolf pursued this activity under the umbrella of the Belgian revisionist foundation Vrij Historisch Onderzoek, VHO (free historical research). In the course of this activity for VHO, Rudolf acquired the Internet domain www.vho.org in September 1997, which was subsequently developed into the world's largest revisionist website by Rudolf.
Because the foundation Vrij Historisch Onderzoek was increasingly exposed to persecution and censorship in Belgium due to its controversial historical publications, Germar Rudolf established his own company Castle Hill Publishers in early 1998 in the English town of Hastings.
When, in the fall of 2005, Germar Rudolf was arrested in the U.S., deported to Germany and sentenced to 44 months imprisonment for his publishing activities (see Rudolf's website for details), Castle Hill Publishers became the property of a group of British citizens who have continued this operation in the same spirit and as Rudolf's legacy.
In early 2013, Castle Hill Publishers and the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust (CODOH) have joined forces in their common goal. One of the results of this close cooperation was the relocation of the CHP online bookstore to the CODOH website."
"In 1993, Dr. Robert Countess established the American publishing company Theses & Dissertations Press as a division of the non-profit organization Belfort Loewe Project, Inc. T&DP was dormant until it employed Germar Rudolf as responsible editor in 2000. It then started publishing its ambitious series Holocaust Handbooks. Since summer of 2002, Theses & Dissertations Press is a division of Castle Hill Publishers, serving as an outlet of English language revisionist books."