Why The IHR Deserves Your Support

A Message from Mark Weber

From our offices in southern California, we reach activists, students, educators and opinion-makers across the country and around the world, providing solid information and sound perspective on distortions of American history, World War II lies, myths about the Israel-Palestine conflict, the Jewish-Zionist grip on our cultural and political life, the corrosive impact of Holocaust propaganda, and much more.

Through meetings, broadcasts, lectures, interviews, online outreach, mailings, books, booklets, leaflets and audio and video discs, we supply “intellectual ammunition” that’s crucial for victory in the global battle for freedom and historical truth.

The Institute for Historical Review is an independent, non-partisan educational research and publishing center that works to promote peace, understanding and justice through greater public awareness of the past, and especially socially-politically relevant aspects of twentieth-century history.

The IHR is recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) public interest, not-for-profit, tax exempt enterprise.

Our website - www.ihr.org -- routinely reaches large numbers of visitors across the US and around the world. It attracts many more visitors than the sites of much larger and better funded organizations. It’s regularly updated with news and comment items from around the world, and with reports on the Institute's work. With its large library and archive, the site also serves as a valuable information and education center.

Through our media work and broadcast interviews, we regularly reach many tens of thousands of listeners and viewers in the US and overseas. (Podcast recordings of some broadcasts and interviews can be downloaded from the IHR website's "Audio Archive" section.)

Speakers at IHR meetings have included

John Toland Pulitzer prize-winning American historian, and author of several best-selling works of history
Joseph Sobran Author, lecturer, and nationally-syndicated columnist
Paul "Pete" McCloskey Former US Congressman
John Sack Historian, journalist, war correspondent, and novelist
Tony Martin Professor of African studies at Wellesley College
David Irving British historian and author of numerous bestselling works
James J. Martin American historian with a 25-year career as an educator
Tom Sunic Author, scholar and former political science professor and diplomat
John Bennett Australian civil liberties attorney and activist, and president of the Australian Civil Liberties Union

We’re making headway. Nearly every day we get letters and messages from appreciative men and women across the US and overseas.

People are waking up. Millions now realize that our country is on the wrong track, and that our political leaders and media masters have deceived us and betrayed our trust.

The need for a vital and effective IHR has never been more urgent. But what we accomplish depends on support from readers like you.

By donating to the IHR, or by remembering the IHR in your will or trust, you have the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to build a future that is more sane, socially healthy, and just.

Your tax-deductible donation to the IHR is a cost-effective weapon in the struggle for truth, freedom and peace, and an investment in a better world for our children and children’s children.

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Mark Weber

Director, Institute for Historical Review