Irving v. Lipstadt
Holocaust Denial on Trial, Skeleton Argument of the Claimant (long): Electronic Edition, by Adrian DaviesTable of Contents
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189.It is inevitable that a researcher into the history of the Third Reich will meet and associate with many Nazis: they are bound to be amongst his sources. Irving's submissions on the law in this regard are to be found at paras. 35 to 41 above.
190.The video to which Gray J refers at 13.113, saying that: "Irving can be seen watching assorted groups, many of them in uniform, march towards the meeting place," shows nothing of the sort. All forms of political uniform are banned in Germany. None was worn.