David John Cawdell Irving was born on March 24, 1938, in Essex, England, the son of a Royal Navy Commander. After education at London University, he spent a year working in a steel mill in Germany, where he perfected his fluency in the language. His first book, The Destruction of Dresden, was published in 1963, when he was 25 years old. This was followed by many others. His books have appeared in a range of languages. Several have been serialized in prominent periodicals. He has contributed articles to some 60 British and foreign periodicals including the Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Express in Britain, and Stern and Der Spiegel in Germany.
David Irving explains his view of the so-called "Holocaust."
An interesting debate, this is part two of two, in which Christopher Hitchens defends the right of free speech and free inquiry regarding David Irving´s publications.
David John Cawdell Irving (born 24 March 1938) is an English historian and author who has written on the military and political history of World War II. Here he tells how his tour through Canada was being sabotaged by those who do not want the other side to orthodox history unveiled by revisionists to be heard.
British historian David Irving talks about the manipulation of history. A video talk in four parts that you cannot miss!