Irving v. Lipstadt
Holocaust Denial on Trial, Skeleton Argument of the Claimant (long): Electronic Edition, by Adrian DaviesTable of Contents
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The meaning(s) of German words
29.This is a proper subject for evidence. It is submitted that in accordance with Fry J's criteria of construction, such words must be construed prima facie in their popular and common sense. If, for example, the Defendants suggest that the word abtransportiert should be translated in some other sense than deported", which is its popular and common sense, it is for them to prove that.