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Programme of the 2000 event


Friday, September 22, 2000


3 to 5 p.m. registration 5 to 6 p.m. reception with cash bar.

8 p.m. Before dinner David Irving talks on The Entebbe Raid: Idi Amin's Court of Inquiry, the Transcripts.

After dinner David Irving talks on "Scratchings-out". Documents which he has discovered to have been tampered with, and the historic significance of these excisions: Rommel, Pearl Harbor, and British assassination plots.


Saturday, September 23, 2000

8:30 a.m. invitation breakfast for speakers

10 a.m. Don Heddesheimer lectures on The First Holocaust Fund-raising Drives - those between the two World Wars. Selected campaigns by major Jewish advocacy groups during the first part of the twentieth century. The propaganda techniques and lobbying activities used then are a small piece of the revisionist puzzle.

11:15 a.m. coffee break

12 p.m. Kimberley Cornish lectures on "The Man Who Was Esther." Cornish (author, "The Jew of Linz") has flown in specially from Australia to deliver an hour-long talk on Adolf Hitler and the brilliant Jewish philosopher Wittgenstein, and explain why his thesis endangers the unity between secular and religious Jews over the causes of the Holocaust. The speaker promises "nothing controversial, except Wittgenstein's involvement in the passing of the British intelligence crown jewels to Stalin and consequent collapse of the British Empire."

1 - 2 p.m. lunch break.

2 p.m. Alan Heath a new (and neutral) speaker, Mr Heath is a British publisher who has lived in Poland permanently since 1992 and has visited all the Nazi sites there regularly. He speaks Polish fluently. He has actively sought out older local people who were witnesses to what went on there during WW2, and conducted many interviews. We anticipate a lively discussion. He has visited the largest former ghettos: Warsaw -- he actually lived on the site -- Lodz, Krakow, Bialystok, and Lublin. "It is difficult to be impartial", says Heath, "but I have constantly sought the truth and have no particular axe to grind." A dangerous man, in other words. . .

3:30 p.m. Mark Antonacci's book, The Resurrection of the Shroud, will be released this summer, and the conference will be occurring during a rare two-month public exhibit of the Shroud from August 12 - October 22; so his talk has a timely topic and will contain the latest scientific evidence and testing on the cloth's authenticity.

FILM: The British Channel Four television film, 'Holocaust on Trial', which is currently scheduled to be aired in the United States on October 21 on PBS. Using well-known British television actors, the film portrays actual scenes from the dramatic High Court action brought by David Irving against American scholar Deborah Lipstadt.

After this showing, David Irving gives a confidential briefing and answers questions on this historic lawsuit which he is fighting single-handedly through the British law courts against the global enemies of Real History

8 p.m. dinner. After this John Sack ("Eye for an Eye") delivers by popular request a witty keynote speech about sciosophy, the science of documented poppycock. "Everyone," he says, "can decide for himself whether the Exterminationists or the Revisionists are guilty of what Giordano Bruno described as 'the most delightful science there is' - the science of ignorance." He offers examples from the Republic of the Congo, Through the Looking Glass, UFOs, Angels in America, President Eisenhower, and especially Shakespeare, runs thirty minutes.

10 p.m. LATE NIGHT FILM: Mr Death, the film made by award-winning American documentary film-maker Errol Morris about the life and living-death of execution consultant Fred Leuchter, his revisionist discoveries and the reasons for his misery; (or those unable to attend this large-screen showing, we will on request arrange a further private showing on small screen on Sunday afternoon.


Sunday, September 24, 2000

8:30 a.m. invitation breakfast for special contributors to the DIFF

10 a.m. Lawyer Don Bustion investigates the theme of Winston Churchill vs. the Red Cross in a talk entitled "Starving Britain's Allies."

11 a.m. coffee


11:15 - 12 p.m. Brian Renk will demolish the evidence given by the "world's leading Auschwitz expert," the Canadian pseudo-architect Professor Robert Van Pelt.

12 - 1 p.m. Jordan Hoffmann is to talk on Sir Nevile Henderson, Britain's sorely tested ambassador in pre-war Berlin

1 - 2 p.m. lunch

2 p.m. Germar Rudolf "Hunting Germar Rudolf." The chemicals-expert who became Germany's "Most Wanted" talks about the frightening experience of finding himself the target of an orchestrated European manhunt, and about some revisionist achievements he has made nonetheless. Rudolf has been forced into exile and harrowing personal difficulties because of his refusal to budge from his scientific beliefs as a former associate of the prestigious Max Planck institute in Germany. We are happy to provide the opportunity for him to state his case here.

3 p.m. (approx.) end of conference. Thanks from David Irving on behalf of Real History.


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