| Carlo Mattogno|
| Carlo Mattogno|
| 12 January 1951 (age 64) (1951-01-12) Orvieto, Italy|
author, historian, holocaust denier
Treblinka: Extermination Camp Or, Auschwitz: Open Air Incinerations, Auschwitz Lies: Legends, Special Treatment in Ausch, Concentration Camp Majdanek
Jurgen Graf, Jean‑Claude Pressac, Germar Rudolf, Robert Faurisson, Paul Rassinier
Carlo Mattogno Wikipedia
Carlo Mattogno (born 1951) is an Italian writer and Holocaust denier. He served on the Advisory Board of the Institute for Historical Review and as an editor of its publication Journal of Historical Review. As of 2016, Mattogno is editorial advisor and columnist for a journal published by the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust, also a Holocaust denial organisation.
There is little information available about Mattogno except from revisionist or right-wing websites. According to these sources he was born in Orvieto, Italy and is now living with his family in a suburb of Rome. It is claimed that he has studied Latin, Greek, Philosophy, and has done Oriental and religious studies. There is nonetheless no verifiable evidence concerning the date or length of his studies nor whether he has graduated.
Mattogno is among those Holocaust deniers who design themselves as a "school" of historiography. He first came to attention with two pseudoscientific studies, Il rapporto Gerstein: anatomia di un falso (The Gerstein Report – Anatomy of a Fraud) and Il mito dello sterminio ebraico (The Myth of the Extermination of the Jews), which he published in the Italian neo-fascist publishing house Sentinella d'Italia in 1985. Further outlets for his works are the neofacist publisher Edizioni di Ar, noted holocaust denier Germar Rudolf's Vierteljahreshefte für freie Geschichtsforschung and Rudolf's Castle Hill Publishers in Uckfield, UK, the revisionist L'Association des Anciens Amateurs de Récits de Guerres et d'Holocaustes, and Ahmed Rami's extreme rightwing-islamistic website "Radio Islam". Together with his brother, the Catholic fundamentalist Gian Pio Mattogno, he regularly publishes in the extreme rightwing magazine Orion. Carlo Mattogno has further collaborated with Holocaust denier Jürgen Graf. He served on the Advisory Board of the "revisionist" Institute for Historical Review and as an editor of its publication Journal of Historical Review.
Currently Mattogno is editorial advisor and columnist for the journal published by the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust. That body also promotes Holocaust denial.