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Dr. Fredrick Töben arrested in Germany

by Arthur R. Butz

Dr. Fredrick Töben, Director of Australia’s Adelaide Institute, who organized the successful 1998 revisionist conference there, was arrested in Germany on 8 April 1999, on a charge of defaming the memory of the dead. He was sent to Mannheim Prison.

Töben was on a research visit, mainly in Eastern Europe. His activities are described at the Adelaide Institute website. I have the impression that he did not do very much in Germany.

Töben was accompanied in his research by the Italian revisionist Carlo Mattogno and the Swiss revisionist Jürgen Graf (who is facing a prison term in Switzerland).

8 April 1999.

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