Holocaust denier’s works should not have ‘pride of place’ at Cambridge library, says academic

From Cambridge News:

A Cambridge college library has moved the work of a historian branded an anti-Semite to a closed area after an academic called his books’ appearance on its shelves a ‘disgrace’.

Dr Irene Lancaster spotted that the controversial author David Irving’s books were accessible in Churchill College’s Roskill Library during a tour of its archives on February 1.

Notorious for his holocaust scepticism, Irving was branded an anti-Semite and racist by a judge in 2000 following an infamous libel case brought to trial by the historian against Penguin Books.

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