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David Irving

Ken McVay

Annie Alpert

  • September 23, 1996: David Irving warns Ms. Alpert not to violate his copyright by publishing the audiotape of his National Alliance-sponsored speech or a transcript of that audiotape.
  • September 25, 1996: Ann Daltyn, of the National Alliance, writes to Annie Alpert, demanding the return of the audiotape of Irving's presentation and all copies of that tape.
  • October 2, 1996: Alpert responds to Irving, pointing out other sites which advertise his speeches in audio, video, and transcript form.
  • October 9, 1996: Alpert responds to Daltyn's demand by clarifying some points.
  • January, 1997: Irving comments on Alpert in his newsletter, "Action Report #11."
  • January 8, 1997: Alpert responds to Irving's allegations in that newsletter.

Jamie McCarthy

  • February 13, 1995: Jamie McCarthy queries David Irving regarding Heinrich Himmler's Oct. 4, 1943 speech.
  • August 9, 1996: McCarthy repeats the questions regarding Eichmann's statements, adds commentary concerning his pretrial testimony and how it relates to the memoirs, and points out a contradiction in Irving's endorsements of Mattogno and Leuchter.
  • September 10, 1996: Irving sends previously drafted work concerning Eichmann. The work is in German and will be transcribed and translated as time permits.

    (Incidentally, Rich Graves stopped by a David Irving speech in September 1996 and recounted how he tangentially brought up this correspondence in conversation.)

Jeffrey Shallit

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