History on Trial

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Harper Collins
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User Review  - lamour - LibraryThing

IN 1993, Deborah Lipstadt publish a history of the Holoaust Denier Movement focusing on David Irving as the mosy dangerous of these deniers because of his standing as an eminent historian of WW II ... Read full review

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User Review  - charlie68 - LibraryThing

I read the book after watching the movie Denial wanting more details on the actual trial. While the movie is quite true to what actually happened, it condenses a lot. The book fills in what is left ... Read full review

Contents

Epigraph
The Letter
A Personal and Scholarly Odyssey
The Defense Strategy
A Forensic Tour
A Our Objective Changes
All Rise
Not a Denier but a Victim
Fighting Words
Q Revolting Calculations
A Lying about Hitler
A Novel?
Our German Contingent
Cavorting with Thugs or Guilt by Association?
OnePerson Gas Chambers and White Peoples Polkas
Q The Final Scene

The Chain of Documents
Random Killings or Systematic Genocide?
Queues and Gas Chamber Controversies
An American Professor
Exonerating Hitler Excoriating the Allies
Phone Chains Psalms and Sleepless Survivors
Enormous Thanks
Q The Jesters Costume
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