Hitler's Army, Nazi Germany at war and the Nuremburg trials, 1925-1956

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David Irving's private research collection

David Irving's private research collection

My view - Ribbentrop said in answer to a question - was that we should form a patriotic front which should stabilize business and political conditions
Extracts from a Verbatim Report of an Interrogation of Joachim von RibbentropU.S. State Department interrogations of many senior German officials, 1945. iii. Ni-Wa; img 151

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See Nazi correspondence and interrogation reports from the Nuremberg trials

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David Irving is a British historian of World War II. He achieved notoriety when he was accused of Holocaust denial, particularly after 1996, following the unsuccessful attempt to clear his name of the charge. The documents in this collection comprise both Irving's personal notes and a significant proportion of the copies of original documents that he used, enabling researchers to draw their own conclusions on two levels: historical and historiographic. First, what does the material tell us about the conduct of the War? Second, to what extent do these documents, combined with other archives known to be accessible at the time Irving wrote Hitler's war, Gšring and other works, betray a manipulation of the available evidence in order to achieve the objective of which this historian stood accused.

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Hitler's Army, Nazi Germany at war and the Nuremburg trials, 1925-1956...

Containing 87,948 pages belonging to 203 documents housed in 18 volumes...

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Volumes

Hitler's war

A collection of diverse materials used by Irving in his work, Hitler's war, first published in 1977. Comprising 38 sections,...

Papers relating to the Allied High Command, 1943-1945

Comprising material for David Irving's book The war between the generals, name Montgomery and Eisenhower, together with a Churchill biography....

German rocket research

Group 1 of the Records and documents relating to the Third Reich collection. Significant material include interrogation reports of major...

German atomic research

Group 2 of the Records and documents relating to the Third Reich collection. To be found within are a plethora...

Insights

  • A combination of personal records from the Third Reich and pre-trial interrogation reports from Nuremberg, reveal the motivations of those who ran Nazi Germany.
  • These items also enable the reader to compare the Third Reich's diplomatic relations with foreign countries against their military tactics.
  • The German weapons' research that was captured would be continued by the allies. This research can now be compared to the British post-war weapons' research in the Military Intelligence collection.
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