Holocaust-denial is a body of work that seeks to prove that the Jewish Holocaust did not happen. Although not all of the deniers, who prefer to call themselves "revisionists" in an attempt to gain scholarly legitimacy, make the same claims, they all share at least one point: that there was no systematic attempt by Nazi Germany to exterminate European Jewry. This bibliography includes both works about Holocaust denial and works of Holocaust denial.
Drobnicki, John A., Carol R. Goldman, Trina R. Knight, and Johanna V. Thomas. 1994. Holocaust-denial literature: A bibliography. Bulletin of Bibliography 51: 17-24.