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From kmcvay Mon Feb 23 21:38:48 1998
Subject: Re: Mutual links
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Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 21:38:48 -0500 (EST)
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You wrote:

> I have run my eye over your Nizkor site again, and see no reason not to
> draw the attention of people who visit my new FPP site to the files
> which you have on yours. Hence:
> 
> I have this evening put the following note on my Auschwitz index page
> (fpp.co.uk/Auschwitz/Auschw.html) (I presume you can convert the code):-
> 
> SPECIAL NOTE: It is here again fair to draw the attention of researchers
> to the voluminous "Nizkor" Website created in Canada by
> Webmaster Ken McVay, and
> substantially funded by the New York based  HREF="http://www.adl.org">Anti-Defamation League (ADL).  On the
> Nizkor site will be found not only the "other side of the
> story" on Auschwitz, but extensive original English-language
> documents on the  HREF="http://www.nizkor.netizen.org/hweb/people/i/irving-david/australia">Australian,

I am not surprised to note your ignorance with respect to my funding.
I have no connection with the ADL, nor do I receive a penny from them.

The site noted is no longer mirroring Nizkor, and indeed has not been
doing so for nearly a year - great research, and about the level one
would expect. You should use www.nizkor.org



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