David Irving

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.

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In this Voice of Freedom video clip (28 minutes) the late Ernst Zundel (1939 - 2017) draws his viewer's attention to the brilliant revisionist writer and researcher, David Irving. 

David Irving October 6 1995 in Florida.

In this video (58 minutes) David Irving, the brilliant writer and superb researcher talks in Florida, on October 6, 1995. David talks about the traditional enemies of the truth and their tactics against those courageous individuals who expose the "Holoco$t". David says everything now and again, the "Holocau$t" is "boosted" by various films and TV programmes. David talks about the film "Schindlers List" and its effect on the propaganda front. David reminds the audience that it is based on a fictional novel. David notes that the Dachau "gas chamber" is now declared "unused". David talks about the "gas chamber" at Auschwitz I, which a French magazine had recently declared "false". David relates that he was actually fined  $22,000 by the so-called "German" government for saying the exactly same thing before hand. Indeed the chimney is not even attached to the building! David relates that the collapse of the communist government in Russia has meant more information has became available in the Mortality Registers of Birkenau. David explains the 46 volumes found contain the names of about 66,000 cremated individuals. The books cover various periods, but are not complete, and a realistic figure for the entire period could be calculated at 100,000. David moves on to the recent tag of "Holocau$t" denier, the latest tactic by the "Holocaust" liars. Finally David chats about the "Holocaust" survivor, which is seems to another tactic by the Zionist liars and the visits to schools, etc.

 

David Irving talks (2 hours 18 minutes) about his incredible life in 2009. He reveals details of his life, his times, and his hopes for the future. He states that his life is going from the “amber stage” into the “red stage” (David was born in 1938 and was 71 at the time) and that he hopes to finish his books on Churchill, Himmler and lastly his own biography.

David Irving speaks about his book on Dr. Joseph Goebbels at the 12th conference of the Institute of Historical Review in 1994.

The English Centre of International PEN reviewed the film approvingly:

THE final interview, and arguably the most controversial, was with the historian David Irving. While he still vehemently denies accusations of racism, anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial, Irving conceded that he had voiced "doubts and scepticism" about Auschwitz during a speech he had given in Austria in 1989. He was arrested for attempting to reactivate the Nazi party and in trial admitted that he had denied that Nazi Germany had killed millions of Jews. In February 2006, he was sentenced to three years in prison...

The English Centre of International PEN reviewed the film approvingly:

THE final interview, and arguably the most controversial, was with the historian David Irving. While he still vehemently denies accusations of racism, anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial, Irving conceded that he had voiced "doubts and scepticism" about Auschwitz during a speech he had given in Austria in 1989. He was arrested for attempting to reactivate the Nazi party and in trial admitted that he had denied that Nazi Germany had killed millions of Jews. In February 2006, he was sentenced to three years in prison...