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CHURCILL’S WAR: TRIUMPH IN ADVERSITY – Part I chapters 1-12 and endnotes
CHURCILL’S WAR: TRIUMPH IN ADVERSITY – Part II chapters 13 -23 and endnotes
CHURCILL’S WAR: TRIUMPH IN ADVERSITY – Part III chapters 24 -34
CHURCILL’S WAR: TRIUMPH IN ADVERSITY – Endnotes
CHURCILL’S WAR: TRIUMPH IN ADVERSITY – Appendices i and ii
CHURCILL’S WAR: TRIUMPH IN ADVERSITY – Index
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Sixteen years after an English court discredited his work and the judge called him “antisemitic and racist”, the historian David Irving claims he is inspiring a new generation of “Holocaust sceptics”.
On the eve of a major new Bafta-nominated film about the trial, Irving, who has dismissed what happened at Auschwitz concentration camp during the second world war as “Disneyland”, says that a whole new generation of young people have discovered his work via the internet and social media.
Last month Professor Robert Faurisson faced a landmark trial in Paris, where Lady Michèle Renouf appeared as the sole defence witness. France is one of many countries where normal historical research is criminalised: this latest trial related to Prof. Faurisson’s speech at the Teheran International Conference 2006, (more than 3,000 miles from Paris and ten years ago!). Then French President Jacques Chirac insisted that a way must be found to prosecute the half-Scot, half-French Professor for his heretical investigation of the alleged mass murder of 6 million European Jews in presumed homicidal gas chambers. In her defence testimony, Lady Renouf undermined key aspects of the prosecution case by explaining the true circumstances of the Teheran conference, (in which she too participated). She then revealed to a packed courtroom the astonishing “Guidelines for Teaching about the Holocaust” issued to teachers worldwide by the Stockholm International Forum 2000 – a conference set up at the instigation of Tony Blair, Bill Clinton and the Government of Israel.
By Hadding Scott
The following article is a critical analysis of some statements made by British historian David Irving in a “privately filmed interview” of April 2009 lasting over 2 hours, and entitled, “Talking Frankly.” Until early 2016, this interview was available only on DVD. It was posted on YouTube in March 2016. It can also be watched here:
Προσωπική αυτοβιογραφική αφήγηση από τον Ντέιβιντ Ίρβινγκ.
Personal autobiographical story by David Irving.
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