THE CASE FOR DAVID IRVING
Completed in 1994 and thought to be long out of print, we were fortunate enough to uncover a small stock of only 6 new copies on a recent visit to Australia. It has an introduction by the famed “Battling Barrister” Doug Christie, who was famous for defending revisionists and free thinkers. This book examines the international vendetta being organised against British historian David Irving by groups who wish to slence him as much as possile. In early 1993 Irving was refused an entry visa to Austrlia for a lecture tour to promote his books.He later won a Federal Court appeal against this decision. Author Nigel Jackson subjects the Australian campaign against Irving to careful scruting and shows with striking clarity the outragous defamation to which Irving has been subjected.
208 pages, paperback.