David Irving's Right Wing Extremism

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Ahmed Rami >>

National Alliance1

Date Document
3 Feb 1990 Letter Erich Gliebe (National Alliance ['NA']) to P regarding arrangements for P's speech in Cleveland on 3 June 1990 to members of the N.A. SC para 14 [P did not speak at that meeting]
15 Sept 1995 Letter Gliebe (NA) to P regarding arrangements for P's speech on 1 October 1995 to members of the N.A.
1 Oct 1995 P's speech in Cleveland, OH, (NA fundraiser); NA Bulletin, p.4; "Mr. Irving's lecture was received enthusiastically by the audience, and he was able to autograph and sell a substantial number of his own books during the meeting." SC para 15; RFI 25
1 Oct 1995 Diary: 1 October 1995; "Fine meeting, around 150 people, many ethnic Germans, gate of $500 as agreed, plus $1700 book sales. What a relief."
6 Oct 1995 P's speech in Tampa, Florida. "Ladies and Gentlemen, on behalf of the National Alliance and National Vanguard Books, I'd like to proudly welcome Mr David Irving."
P: "It is very interesting how influential little gatherings like these are... ... Small influential gatherings of people - it is dropping pebbles into the water - it's casting ripples." (see transcript p1—2) RFI 25
6 Oct 1995 Diary: P refers to speech to audience in Tampa, FL; "Turned out the meeting here is also organised by the National Alliance and National Vanguard bookshop; well attended, but impoverished audience. Total take in book sales and gate was $741 including cheques and an IOU from a garrulous ex U-boat commander, Goebel, of U-505. Not really worth driving a thousand miles for..."
20 Sep 1996 P's speech at NA meeting in Pompton Plains, N.J. SC para 16; RFI 25
26 Sep 1996 P's speech at NA meeting in Cleveland, OH. SC para 17; RFI 25
7 Dec 1996 P's speech at NA meeting in Tampa, FL. Filmed by Australian television (with P's consent), an extract appeared on "Cover Story" (4 March 1997) [Extract shown to the court during P's cross-examination.] SC para 18; RFI 25
7 Dec 1996 Diary: P refers to speech that day: "Vincent Breeding decided he had to deliver a Nazi-type introduction and peroration, which I tried hard to diffuse by my remarks"
4 June 1997 Diary: speech to members of the NA in Cleveland OH. SC para 19; RFI 25
25 July 1998 P's speech to NA meeting in Tampa, FL. Diary: "Vincent Breeding behaved better this time. His young men well dressed, in suits or blazers, standing impassively at the corners. No skinheads, neo-Nazis, thugs, or jackboots in evidence; through no doubt the press will tell their readers otherwise." (See also witness statement of witness for the Second Defendant, Rebecca Guttman and annexure) SC para 20; RFI 25

Notes

. See Statement of Case (SC) section 6, paragraphs 13—20, and Requests for Information (RFI), "Extremism" section 23—26.
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