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Dear Ken McVay

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
( (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 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 Australian,
and German
cases brought against David Irving at the instance of the ADL or their
local agents. Researchers are invited to compare Nizkor=92s document
selection with those presented on this FPP site, and to draw their own

Would you suggest other code for the links?

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