Mark Weber

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Mark Edward Weber (born October 9, 1951) is a revisionist historian and current director of the Institute for Historical Review (IHR). He is from Portland, Oregon and graduated at Jesuit High School in 1969.


He attended the University of Illinois (Chicago), the University of Munich (Germany), and Portland State University receiving a bachelor's degree in history. He attended graduate school at Indiana University (Bloomington), and taught history as instructor. In 1977 he received a master's degree in European history from Indiana University.

For a period of time he lived and worked in Bonn and Munich, Germany. Later, he taught English to students in Ghana. Weber moved to Washington DC in 1978 and began his research into the Holocaust issue at the National Archives and the Library of Congress. He has authored over a hundred articles relating to "Holocaust" claims.

In the 1991 he moved to southern California to work with the Institute for Historical Review (IHR). The takeover of the organisation from Willis Carto and Liberty Lobby has led to a long standing feud within the American revisionist and patriot community.

In 2009 Weber caused a controversy with his article "How Relevant is Holocaust Revisionism?" arguing that in the past 30 years holocaust revisionism had little impact on the Jewish-Zionist power structure--suggesting efforts to correct the historical record has been a waist of time.


  • Resistance to Jewish Power; and Zundel Case Update, part 1 [1] [2] [3] Audio [4]
  • Resistance to Jewish Power; and Zundel Case Update, part 2 [5] [6] Audio [7]

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