The account of a trial in which the very meaning of the Holocaust was put on the stand.
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(The author regrets that the only witnesses were historians, but he knows why: the sometimes inaccurate memories of Holocaust survivors would have aided the able Irving, who served as his own counsel.) Guttenplan adopts a fairly traditional, chronological approach—he digresses principally to offe...| Read Full Review of The Holocaust on Trial
The Holocaust on Trial DD Guttenplan 343pp, Granta, £17.99 Buy it at a discount at BOL David Irving versus Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt was, on the face of it, a straightforward libel dispute.May 05 2001 | Read Full Review of The Holocaust on Trial
The Holocaust on Trial: Justice and the David Irving Case DD Guttenplan Granta £17.99, pp328 Buy it at a discount at BOL In the roar of media white noise surrounding the David Irving trial, it became easy to lose track of the central issues.Apr 08 2001 | Read Full Review of The Holocaust on Trial
In 1996, British military historian David Irving—author of WWII studies, biographer of Hitler, Himmler and Goebbels—sued American scholar Deborah Lipstadt for her book Denying the Holocaust, which labeled Irving an extremist liar and “one of the most dangerous spokespersons for Holocaust denial.”...| Read Full Review of The Holocaust on Trial
The rapidly shifting chronology of the wartime years forms the rough framework for Paulsson's carefully-researched study, which examines Jewish responses to the setting up of the Warsaw ghetto in 1940, the commencement of mass deportations in 1942, the Warsaw ghetto uprising in 1943 and the city-...| Read Full Review of The Holocaust on Trial
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