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A Holocaust Denier Hits Manhattan And Hearts Hitchens

On July 18, the world’s most prominent Holocaust denier, David Irving, parachuted into New York City to deliver a talk to a few dozen supporters. It was Irving’s first major stateside appearance since his release from an Austrian prison where the British writer spent a year for “trivializing the Holocaust” — a crime in that country. Irving is the author of numerous books on Hitler and the Third Reich. With support from the Southern Poverty Law Center, I produced a video about Irving’s New York lecture, “Springtime For Irving,” containing an exclusive interview with Irving, along with a look at his Nazi sympathizing supporters. In it, Irving issues a rousing defense of Hitler, blames Jews for their own persecution, and reveals his strange friendship with Christopher Hitchens.

See “Springtime for Irving: A Holocaust Denier Hits Manhattan”

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