The Nizkor Project: Remembering the Holocaust (Shoah)

Irving vrs. Lipstadt

March 2000

MR JUSTICE GRAY: No. What the witness was saying was yes, you have records of what these Adjutants told you, but you were in dereliction of your duty as a historian in forgetting to weigh that evidence against the background, the context. (Irving v. Lipstadt et al, Day 21, p. 41)

Emory Wheel - Mar. 28, 2000 A triumphant return
Jewish Bulletin of Northern California - Mar. 24, 2000 Pondering significance, awaiting verdict in Holocaust denial trial
Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles - Mar. 24, 2000 Knowing Our Enemy: At trial's end, a Friend of Deborah thinks it's Irving who should beware
The Guardian - Mar. 19, 2000 The world according to David Irving
The Express - Mar. 18, 2000 Sitting on a barbed wire fence is a feat only truth can accomplish
The Guardian - Mar. 18, 2000 Lies and libel
London Jewish News - Mar. 17, 2000 Fuhrer jibe by Irving
17.03 - IN AN astonishing outburst in the High Court on Wednesday, revisionist historian David Irving called the judge, Mr Justice Gray, "mein fuhrer".
Jewish Bulletin of Northern California - Mar. 17, 2000 Holocaust denier cites Jewish conspiracy at trial's end
Jerusalem Post - Mar. 16, 2000 Lipstadt counsel says Irving exposed as fraud
The Guardian - Mar. 16, 2000 Irving: rabid racist or vilified victim?
Chicago Tribune - Mar. 16, 2000 Charges fly near end of Holocaust libel trial - Historian Irving called a liar; he sees a conspiracy. [Irving] ...produced one of the few outbursts of laughter in the court when he unintentionally referred to Gray not as "my lord," the British court practice, but "mein fuehrer."
Emory Wheel - March 14, 2000 Former student counsels Lipstadt to use unpublished Nazi memoirs
Chicago Tribune - March 11, 2000 Who's On Trial? Holocaust libel case draws to close: Hitler apologist sued to defend his reputation, wound up on defensive
Jewish Bulletin of Northern California - Mar. 10, 2000 Australian magazine assigns revisionist to cover trial
Jewish Bulletin of Northern California - Mar. 10, 2000 Irving accused of mocking survivors as trial nears end
New York Post - March 8, 2000 Fettman: Holocaust can't be denied
The [Calcutta] Statesman - March 7, 2000 All about a largely depressing libel suit
Columbus Dispatch - March 4, 2000 Truth, History at issue in trial
Jewish News of Greater Phoenix - March 3, 2000 Eichmann memoirs released for libel trial
Jewish Bulletin of Northern California - March 3, 2000 Eichmann could help discredit Holocaust denier suing historian
The Jerusalem Post - March 3, 2000 Sensitize the Arab world
The Independent - March 3, 2000 Irving admits speaking at BNP meeting
The Guardian - March 3, 2000 'Mockery' of Nazi victims by Irving
Jerusalem Post - March 3, 2000 Memory - and the Nazi master plan
New York Jewish Week - March 2, 2000 Eichmann Memoir: Denierís Nightmare?
The Globe & Mail - March 2, 2000 David Irving holds court on Eichmann, libel case
Jerusalem Post - March 2, 2000 Witness: Irving used Germany as 'playground' for extremism
The Guardian - March 1, 2000 Irving 'committed to neo-Nazism in Germany'
The Guardian - March 1, 2000 Eichmann diary to test Irving case
The Guardian - March 1, 2000 Words written in blood: We've heard all these whining excuses before, says David Cesarani
The Guardian - March 1, 2000 The history men: Nazism today: The Holocaust is just an uneasy memory to us. But in old Vienna, does anti-semitism live on?
Baltimore Sun - March 1, 2000 Holocaust memoirs offer few revelations: Israel opens writings by Eichmann to public to help scholar in trial
Ha'aretz - March 1, 2000 Eichmann diaries are window to his inner world
Salon - March 1, 2000 Hitler's apologist


[ Index ]

Home ·  Site Map ·  What's New? ·  Search Nizkor

© The Nizkor Project, 1991-2012

This site is intended for educational purposes to teach about the Holocaust and to combat hatred. Any statements or excerpts found on this site are for educational purposes only.

As part of these educational purposes, Nizkor may include on this website materials, such as excerpts from the writings of racists and antisemites. Far from approving these writings, Nizkor condemns them and provides them so that its readers can learn the nature and extent of hate and antisemitic discourse. Nizkor urges the readers of these pages to condemn racist and hate speech in all of its forms and manifestations.