terça-feira, 7 de março de 2006


"Recently I spoke at a conference hosted by the controversial British historian, David Irving, who has written several seminal works on World War II. These include Hitler’s War and The Destruction of Dresden (later revised under the title, Apocalypse 1945: The Destruction of Dresden). Sir John Keegan described Hitler’s War as one of the “half dozen most important books about” World War II, and Dresden represented a considerable historiographical triumph." Num artigo em 2004 no History News Network: Should Respectable Historians Attend and Speak at Conferences Hosted by David Irving? Peter N. Kirstein

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