David Irving

Chart-topping American rapper promotes Holocaust denier in new single

By Josh Jackman, January 26, 2016

US rapper B.o.B has released a track downplaying the Nazi genocide, hinting at a Jewish conspiracy involving President Barack Obama and urging listeners to research Holocaust denier David Irving.

The song came after B.o.B - whose real name is Bobby Ray Simmons - posted dozens of tweets on Monday claiming that the Earth is flat.


Holocaust denier David Irving speaks at secret London neo-Nazi meeting

By Rosa Doherty, July 27, 2015

Holocaust denier David Irving was the guest speaker at a secret meeting in London where he is said to have addressed fascist sympathisers and neo-Nazis.

At the session at the Rembrandt Hotel in central London, Irving gave a speech titled: "Saturation Bombing in World War II – who is to blame?"


Hilary Swank to star as Lipstadt in film about Irving trial

By Sandy Rashty, April 29, 2015

Hilary Swank and Tom Wilkinson are set to star in a new film about historian David Irving’s attempt to sue Deborah Lipstadt for calling him a Holocaust denier.

Oscar-winning Ms Swank will reportedly play Ms Lipstadt, while it is unclear whether Mr Wilkinson will play a courtroom barrister or Irving.


Berlin hotels urged to boycott Holocaust-denier David Irving

By Ellis Bolle, July 18, 2013

David Irving, the well-known Holocaust-denying British historian, is planning a controversial return to Germany but may have a hard time finding a place to stay as hotels in the German capital have banded together to boycott him.


Holocaust denier Irving to speak in the UK

By Jessica Elgot, March 24, 2011

Holocaust denier David Irving has announced a speaking date in London following a tour of the US, his first since 2009.

His talk will take place at a secret location on May 21. His website reads: "You will be notified by email of the precise venue, a few days ahead of the date of the function."


Holocaust-denier Irving to hold Nazi death camp tour

By Robyn Rosen, September 17, 2010

Anti-racism campaigners have slammed the "gutless" Polish government for not taking further action against Holocaust-denier David Irving's planned tour of a Nazi death camp.

Irving, who served a prison sentence for Holocaust denial in Austria in 2006, will hold a guided week-long tour from Tuesday in Warsaw and will include visits to Hitler's Wolf Lair headquarters in Poland.


Hall of Infamy: David Irving

September 13, 2010

"I have been a historian for 40 years, I know a fake when I see it.

"When you look at old photographs of Auschwitz, those towers aren't on the photographs."


Achtung, Irving's on tour

By Simon Rocker, July 8, 2010

Life as a jobbing Holocaust denier can be tough in a recession. So "historian" David Irving has come up with a cunning plan. How about guided tours of Hitler's Secret Headquarters?

Irving is proposing you join him this September for, "a week-long guided tour of Hitler's secret headquarters and other historic sites".

Participants will get the chance to gain a real insight into one of the world's most reviled and ridiculed extremists. Oh, and there will be plenty of stuff about Hitler too.


Anger as David Irving is labelled war 'expert'

September 3, 2009

Convicted Holocaust denier David Irving is being cited as an expert on World War Two by a Spanish newspaper.

El Mundo included him as part of a series to commemorate the 70-year anniversary of the beginning of the War. The article will be published on Saturday, a day after one with the chairman of Yad Vashem, Avner Shalev.

Mr Irving was jailed in Austria because of his denial of the Holocaust.

Raphael Schutz, the Israeli ambassador to Spain, condemned the decision in a letter to the newspaper. He said that the interview giave him undue credibility.


Oxford ‘did not flout race laws’ for Irving

By Leon Symons, July 10, 2008

Oxford University has denied accusations by Baroness Deech that it ignored laws on race hate and freedom of speech in allowing the Oxford Union to host Holocaust-denier David Irving and BNP leader Nick Griffin last November.

Lady Deech, a former Oxford chair of admissions, told the Lords that she had complained to the university authorities that they had not acted to stop the debating society inviting Griffin and Irving to take part in the event, which was severely disrupted by demonstrators.