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David Irving's Hitler: A Faulty History Dissected
by Eberhard Jackel, Trans. By H. David Kirk
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Delloyd J. Guth, PH.D., Professor of Law and Director of the Canadian Legal History Project, University of Manitoba
"... a stunning expose of what Hitler knew and Irving must know about German governmental genocide."
Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut, Senior Scholar, Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto
"Eberhard Jackel's article is an important contribution in the ongoing battle against Holocaust deniers. It deserves the widest possible distribution."
Among the dangers facing the Jewish people today is the concerted effort of so-called historical revisionists to deny the reality of the Holocaust. Among the most dangerous of the "revisionists" is David Irving who, with the trappings of the respectable historian--research and sources--has become the darling of neo-Nazi activists. Eberhard Jckel, Professor of History at the University of Stuttgart, has answered Irving's falsehoods. This book has been build around a translation of Dr. Jackel's work.
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: German
About the Author
Eberhard Jackel was born in 1929. He studied history at the universities of Gottingen, Tubingen and Freiburg, also at the University of Florida and the Universite de Paris. In 1955 he earned a Ph.D. (Dr. phil.) degree at the University of Freiburg. In 1961 he was Lecturer at the University of Kiel. From 1967 to the present Jackel has been Professor of Recent History and Director, Institute of History, University of Stuttgart. He has been Visiting Professor in India, England and Israel. Some of his books are: Hitlers Weltanschauung (Hitler's Ideology), 1969, 1981; Hitlers Herrschaft (Hitler's Rule), 1986; Umgang mit Vergangenheit (Acquaintance with the Past), 1989.
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