Gert Sudholt

Gert Sudholt ( Munich , March 6, 1943) is a German publisher and journalist . He was a member of the board of the ultra-right association Gesellschaft für freie Publizistik and owner of the publishing house Verlagsgesellschaft Berg , 1 which housed three publishers : Türmer-Verlag , Vowinckel-Verlag and Druffel-Verlag .


After passing the Abitur he studied journalism in Southwest Africa and South Africa . He then studied ethnology , information science and history in Munich, where he received his PhD thesis with the title Die deutsche Eingeborenenpolitik in Südwestafrika: von den Anfängen bis 1904 .

Between 1973 and 1983 and from 1985 to 1991 he was president of the Gesellschaft für Freie Publizistik , 2 and between 2001 and 2009 he was its substitute president. Between 1988 and 1990 he was the second president of the Rudolf-Heß-Gesellschaft . Since 1991 he presides over the Verlagsgesellschaft Berg .

In 1990 he was fined for publishing a denialist article by Robert Faurisson at the Deutschen Monatsheften ; 3 in the appeal , a court in Bavaria fined him DM 10 000 and sentenced him to six months’ imprisonment, a sentence which he served the following year. In 1999 he was again sentenced for a crime of Volksverhetzung to pay DM 4000 and a four-month sentence, which was replaced by parole .


  1. Back to top↑ «Sudholt, Gert» . (in German) . May 1, 2008 . Retrieved on October 11, 2016 .
  2. Back to top↑ «Dr. Phil. Gert Sudholt » (in German) . Retrieved on October 11, 2016 .
  3. Back to top^ Sarkowicz, H. (January 28, 1994). ‘Apo von rechts’ . Zeit Online (in German) .