One of the most notable anti-Semitic (external - login to view)
propaganda movements to develop over the past two decades has been the organized effort to deny (external - login to view)
or minimize the established history of Nazi genocide against the Jews. In the United States, the movement has been known in recent years primarily through the publication of editorial-style advertisements in college campus newspapers. The first of these ads claimed to call for "open debate on the Holocaust"; it purported to question not the fact of Nazi anti-Semitism, but merely whether this hatred resulted in an organized killing program. A more recent ad has questioned the authenticity of the U.S. Holocaust (external - login to view)
Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. These ads have been published in several dozen student newspapers on campuses across the country.
Similar propaganda has established a beachhead on the computer Internet. In addition to creating their own home pages, Holocaust deniers have sometimes "crashed" the sites of legitimate Holocaust and Jewish discussion groups in a blatant effort at anti, Jewish provocation and self-promotion. Additionally, Holocaust deniers have advertised their Web sites by purchasing innocuous-sounding, inconspicuous classified ads in college and community newspapers.
The Holocaust is one of the most thoroughly researched periods of history. The amount of existing research is enormous and growing constantly as historians pour through archives full of extant documents and artifacts. While important questions remain to be researched, nearly all trained historians who have studied this period agree on the basic facts: The Nazi's "Final Solution" was an official, systematic program designed to murder every Jewish man, woman and child in Europe and eventually the entire world. This mass murder on an industrial scale "succeeded" in killing between 5 and 6 million Jews, or approximately 1/2 of the Jewish population of Europe, before it was ended by the Allies' victory over Germany in 1945.
One of the last large research was made by Father Debois and you have to learn something from this story Washington Times - Priest documents 'Holocaust by Bullets' in Eastern Europe (external - login to view)