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Paul Penton of Essex (England) writes on Tuesday, February 19, 2002
FOR many years I have read your books (Dresden, Sikorski, Hess, Goebbels, Goering, Nuremberg etc) and I have always enjoyed them.
I am always happy to read books based on new research rather than the usual rehashed twaddle.
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David Irving replies:
YES, as I said to interviewer Jeremy Paxman on BBC television's Newsnight on that April 2000 evening when the newsreels were full of Mr Justice Gray's perverse judgment in my libel action against Deborah Lipstadt, the fact that he and the journalists all overlooked was that two million Englishmen at that moment had my books in their shelves, and were probably looking at eachother with bafflement at Gray's decision and the language in which it was couched.