Lipstadt’s 1993 book Denying the Holocaust labeled British historian David Irving a “Holocaust Denier,” among other things, which Irving took as a reason to sue her. The ensuing libel case gave Lipstadts book maximum media attention and triggered a number of other writings by Lipstadt about the Holocaust. Here are listed contributions criticizing Lipstadt’s writings. The libel case of Irving vs. Lipstadt is dealt with under Revisionist personalities/Irving, David
David Merlin criticizes and refutes the veracity of the movie Denial, which is based on Deborah Lipstadt’s book History on Trial.
"Acclaimed historian" and author Deborah Lippstadt is promoting her new book that gives birth to the new movie “Denial” at an event Co-Sponsored by the Milwaukee Jewish Federation and the Nathan & Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center. David Merlin sends some tough questions for this "Shoah celebrity."
David Merlin tells a "behind the scenes" story on the trial of Deborah Lipstadt vs David Irving.
The movie proving the Holocaust, in a court of law, Denial will hit the big screen on September 30th, misrepresenting the 2000 libel suit brought by David Irving against Deborah Lipstadt , in which she accused Irving of many things he had not done, including, most-notably, Holocaust Denial.
If historian Norman M. Naimark is right in saying that “genocide has been a part of human history from its very beginnings,” why are we memorializing one genocide to the exclusion of all the others?