The Cambridge University College named after Winston Churchill has been forced to remove a David Irving biography of the wartime prime minister, following a complaint from an eminent Jewish historian, Christian Today has learnt.
BANNED FROM COLLEGE LIBRARY SHELVES
AFTER BOLSHY JEWESS KICKS UP A FUSS
A row over Irving’s book broke out after Dr Irene Lancaster, a respected academic and the first teaching fellow in Jewish history at Manchester University visited Cambridge University last month for the launch of a biography which she translated of the former Chief Rabbi of Haifa, Shear Yashuv Cohen.
Doubting the mainstream Holocaust narrative can be a dangerous business, as David Irving and others have discovered to their cost.
‘UNREPENTANT! . . . AND STILL SPOUTING POISON!’
Here is a photo of David Irving, age 78, “jailed, discredited and bankrupted”, according to a recent article in the Daily Mail, “for disgracefully dismissing the Auschwitz gas chambers as a ‘fairytale.’” Read More