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Lecture on Civil Rights and Robert J. van Pelt (video)

These five clips show me during my presentation at the 13th IHR Conference in Irvine, CA, in the Spring of 2000. I am talking mainly about the deterioration of civil rights in Germany as well as about some of the main arguments presented by Jewish professor for cultural history Dr. Robert J. van Pelt in his expert report as presented during the infamous trial of British historian David Irving against Jewish professor for Jewish studies Dr. Deborah Lipstadt.
(Pardon my bad English at times. Speaking of which, compare my English in this presentation with that of the two interviews done in 1994 and 2005 for the documentary El Gran Taboo, and then with my English in 2015 during the interview done by Jim Rizoli. You’ll notice a steady improvement. We all learn as time goes by, or so I hope….)
You can read more about the deterioration of civil rights in Germany in my two papers:

A far more thorough critique of van Pelt’s arguments has appeared in a book by Italian scholar Carlo Mattogno titled The Real Case for Auschwitz—Robert van Pelt’s Evidence from the Irving Trial Critically Reviewed.

Part 1 (11:35 min)

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Part 2 (15:59 min)

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Part 3 (12:55 min)

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Part 4 (13:47 min)

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Part 5 (12:02 min)

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