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Michael W. writes from Ottawa, Canada, Thursday, October 7, 1999


YOU are indeed a brilliant historian. I'm presently doing a Master's in Law and so I have a special interest in the trial at Nuremberg. I have also noticed that you have a case in front of the British courts right now.

  When a man of your stature speaks people listen. Are you absolutely sure that there were no gas chambers? I find it incredible that you can't come to Canada. I look forward to reading more of your books. Best of luck in your legal adventures!

 Michael W.


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 David Irving replies:

 YES, it is incredible that I have been banned from Canada since 1992. You'll find the file on that at http://www.fpp.co.uk/Canada/index.html on my website. I cannot comment on the gas chamber story, of course, until the Lipstadt Trial is over.

Revisionism has extracted many concessions: The "Jewish" soap has gone; the four million killed at Auschwitz have become one million (and will reduce still more); Dachau no longer has any gas chambers, etc. I take it you are at Carleton University? Have you downloaded my free copy of my Nuremberg, the Last Battle yet? It is at http://www.fpp.co.uk/books/Nuremberg

Of course you don't get the forty pages of colour pictures of the trial ...

 © Focal Point 1999 David Irving