David Irving: Talking Frankly
Excerpt from an Interview of 2009
Published: 2016-03-24

In April 2009 David Irving sat for a privately filmed interview lasting many hours, designed to become the basis of a major documentary on his life and his often controversial opinions on history. Parts of this interview were published as a DVD in 2009 by Irving himself, who sells it on his website. The 2hr-18min DVD was posted in its entire length on YouTube.
The one hour section posted here narrows Irving's interview down to his essential statements on the "Holocaust." Irving explains how he, as the world's bestselling historian, ended up "deviating" from the official Holocaust narrative, and how that got him into deep trouble. He reveals his current view of the so-called "Holocaust," and why he believes in the "gas chambers."



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Author(s): David Irving
Title: David Irving: Talking Frankly, Excerpt from an Interview of 2009
Sources: David Irving: Talking Frankly (uncut) DVD (2hrs 18min), https://irvingbooks.com/xcart/product.php?productid=17520
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Published: 2016-03-24
First posted on CODOH: March 24, 2016, 5:58 p.m.
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