Tony Hancock, R.I.P.
Tony's late father Alan Hancock founded The Print Factory, and Tony kept it up. The Historical Revisionist cause in Britain and elsewhere in the English-speaking world owes much to Tony’s dedication and publishing activities. In pre-internet days, HRP was pretty much it, the only printer in Europe who would publish Revisionist works. Britain's race laws are bad, but at least so far they have left book publishing alone, and therefore until the internet came along HRP published works from European authors which otherwise would never have seen the light of day.
I first met Tony in 1982, when I was on the run from the Greensboro grand jury and I first arrived in the British Isles. I have since corresponded with him regularly and since the advent of e-mail, at least once a month.