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Bowing to intense pressure, the Australian government has banned British historian David Irving from the country. In a February 10 letter, the best-selling historian was informed of the decision by Immigration Minister Gerry Hand to deny him a visa to visit the country for a lecture and promotional tour that …

In an important victory for free speech and open debate on the Holocaust issue, Australia’s Federal Court on September 16 unanimously overturned an earlier decision by immigration authorities to reject the visa application of David Irving. Any decision about a visa application by Irving, the high court ruled, must now …

New Zealand is not exactly the counrty that causes headlines in the world's media, nor is it a place where one would expect infringements on civil rights of academics. But this is exactly what happened during the past couple of years. In the early 1990s, two young historians had written …

. ARTISTA FAMOSO DUBITA DEI FATTI DELLA SHOAH                                                                                                                                        Graham Radcliffe A cura di: Adam KAMIEN Un famoso scultore del Queensland, che disse ad un gruppo di studenti in visita, che il campo di concentramento di …

. Riceviamo e pubblichiamo                               << Di seguito la traduzione (MOLTO rapida) di un articolo pubblicato il 25 maggio sul sito dell'“Australian Jewish News” (AJN) che mostra il panico della comunità ebrea australiana davanti all'avanzata del …

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...