Denial

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Seven Locks Press, 2004 - Fiction - 492 pages
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A fictional account of the controversial Holocaust denial trial, Irving vs. Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt, London 2000. The trial created international headlines and rekindled a public reexamination of the Holocaust and its relevance to the 21st Century. In Denial, the prolific English historian, Dudley Innes, files a libel suit against the American Professor Ruth Epstein, a distinguished Holocaust scholar and the author of Raping History, along with her British publisher, Bird Publications. Mr. Innes claims that Professor Epstein's published defamation, questioning his scholarly reputation and labeling him a Holocaust denier, was the cause of his personal and professional demise. With a gripping story telling narrative, Mr. Rosenberg examines the phenomenon of the holocaust denial. Denial is built around the defense's groundbreaking research and captivating witness testimony. it addresses the basic question: can one distort facts and still be called a historian? Denial is a riveting drama with rich characters and broad historical references.

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Contents

INNES AND ASSOCIATES
65
ERIQUE LOEWI
360
EPILOGUE
481
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