David Irving, Holocaust Denial, and his Connections to Right Wing Extremists and Neo-National Socialism (Neo-Nazism) in Germany: Electronic Edition, by Hajo Funke
Table of Contents
- 1. Introduction
- 2. The definition and concept of right-wing extremism [RWE], especially in the 1980s.
- 3. David Irving and the right-wing extremist German People's Union [Deutsche Volksunion - DVU 21 Armin Pfahl-Traughber, Rechtsextremismus (Bonn 1995), pp.. 58-61], the German National Newspaper [Deutsche Nationalzeitung - DNZ], Dr. Gerhard Frey.
4. Double-radicalization of RWE from the late 1980s and the role of Holocaust denial.
- 4.1 German neo-National Socialists (neo-Nazis).
- 4.2 The Party of the Like-minded New Front [Gesinnungsgemeinschaft der Neuen Front - GdNF], National List [Nationale Liste - NL], German Alternative [Deutsche Alternative - DA], and National Alternative [Nationale Alternative - NA].
- 4.3 Günter Deckert's radicalized NPD.
- 4.4 Irving's conversion to Holocaust denial and Holocaust denial (radical revisionism) as a core element of the German neo-Nazi Network.
5. Chronological breakdown.
- 5.1 1989:'German historians - liars and cowards'
- 5.2 OPC observations 1989.
- 5.3 1990: 'Truth Frees' ['Wahrheit macht Frei'].
- 5.4 OPC observations 1990.
- 5.5 1991: 'the total catastrophe' and how Irving reacted.
- 5.6 OPC observations 1991.
- 5.7 1992: the 'International Campaign for Real History' falters.
- 5.8 OPC observations 1992.
- 5.9 1993: expulsion
- 6. Judicial Sanctions.
- 7. The containment of David Irving's activities and his shrinking influence since 1993/1994, but ongoing identification with Holocaust denial.
- 8. Conclusion.
- back matter