The International Campaign for Real History


[Tour details] On Wednesday, October 22, 2003 David Irving signed copies of the Hungarian edition of his famous 1981 history of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising in two Budapest bookstores. In one, a visitor handed him a trophy from the revolution - a heavy (8 kilo) submachine gun wrested by his father from an AVO secret policeman and used to attack Red Army troops during the uprising -- there are twelve notches on the wooden stock. [Booklaunch photos]


Before being filmed for a long interview with Channel One, Mr Irving signs books; hotel sales executive Diana A, buys one of the first

As the book Uprising vanishes from the shelves, the bookstore owner (right) is delighted

The bookstores sell four hunded on this first day

Photos include some by Peter Linka
<< [Book-launch] [Budapest] [Heroes Square] [University] [Debrecen, Miskolc] [Szeged] [Györ] >>
website © Focal Point 2003 F Irving write to David Irving