David Irving has emigrated to Northern Scotland to finish his definitive biography of the Reichsführer SS, Heinrich Himmler. It has taken eighteen years. He says: "If you already have some of my books, please do bring them along to be autographed.
Adolf Hitler and the top Nazis
FROM EARLY November 2014 David Irving starts a three-week tour of his favourite British cities, meeting his readers and talking to private groups about Adolf Hitler and the top Nazis, including some he knew himself — people who shaped political thought in Germany and led it through a disastrous World War.
Click on the city nearest you for date and time information, or use the tab top left, and to register online for this talk:
David Irving spoke with all Hitler’s surviving people in the 1960s and 1970s. He got their diaries and letters. It was he who brought back from the secret Moscow archives of the KGB the long-lost diaries of Dr Joseph Goebbels in 1992. For three weeks, The Sunday Times published extracts, against mounting uproar; editor-in-chief Andrew Neil told Mr. Irving later that he had never in his life experienced such an onslaught as the one waged in London that July against him and his newspaper. Now Mr. Irving’s “Goebbels: Mastermind of the Third Reich” is back in print for the first time in ten years.
Come and hear Mr Irving’s talk. He has copies of the book with him, at a special price for registrants; it is packed with quotations from the diaries and with many unique colour photos too. Gasped Tina Rosenberg in The New York Times: “This is a Rolls-Royce of a Book!” The late Gitta Sereny echoed her in The Observer, London: “Anyone who wants to learn about the political acts of one of this century's most able and most dangerous men, should remember that what they are reading is one brilliant propagandist writing about another.” (With that back-handed compliment, she meant the author.)
Registration is set at a price to cover the costs, around fifteen pounds. Click the city to register, or mail a cheque to Mr Irving (stating which location). You can bring friends you can vouch for; those eighteen and under also come in free. For organisational reasons, we notify registrants of the location a day or two ahead. In rare cases we reserve the right to refuse admission.