DVD: David Irving on Winston Churchill (110 mins)

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On October 17, 1987, David Irving delivered a talk to an Anaheim, California audience on Churchill’s role in World War II, the man who destroyed two empires: his enemy’s… and his own. This film is ideal for those who enjoyed the first volume of Churchill’s War, for those who have not yet read it but want an overview, or for those who prefer a video to a long book.

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In 1972, David Irving signed an agreement with a major London publisher for a biography of Winston Churchill to complement his flagship work, Hitler’s War. By the time the first Churchill volume was ready, he was under global attack for the work on Hitler, and nobody protested when he took Churchill’s War to a tiny publisher in West Australia, Veritas, instead.

The first volume appeared in 1987. At Veritas’s invitation, the author made a global speaking tour promoting the work. It went straight to the Number 1 position on The Sydney Morning Herald’s best-seller list. This triumph only added to the attempts to silence David Irving.

It turned out to have been his last global tour. Pressure was applied to many countries not to allow him in again. Fortunately, the United States has a tradition of free speech, even for unpopular and radical thinkers. Mr Irving delivered this talk to an audience in Anaheim, Calif., on October 17, 1987. Many of the well-documented opinions that he espouses on Churchill’s motives and the origins of World War II are not only new but also harrowing to those brought up on the traditional view of history.

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