2 Audio CDs, approx. 57 minutes / 54 minutes (111 minutes total)
Stock Number: C138
A best-selling World War II historian provides a rounded, sometimes surprising portrait of the Third Reich propaganda chief, and shows how his intense animosity toward Jews grew as the Jewish propaganda campaign against Germany intensified. Irving describes his headline-making research project – unearthing and deciphering the “missing” passages from the diaries of Joseph Goebbels, recorded on glass plates and secretly held for decades in Moscow archives.
The popular, controversial English writer also takes on the Holocaust establishment. He tells of his lawsuit against the Canadian government for unlawful detainment during a speaking tour, an arrest later cited by the New Zealand and Australian governments to justify their banning of him as “undesirable.” From the 12th IHR Conference, 1994.