Before David Irving was wrongfully imprisoned in Austria a few years ago, he said that he only believed there were some "experimental" gassings and gave no further details.Oliver Kamm, [about whose column in the London Times on how Kurt Vonnegut got the Bombing of Dresden so wrong -- he relied on David Irving's account-- I have commented before] has blogged about Irving's new views on events of the Holocaust.
Now according to a story in The Guardian he seems to have changed his tune and believes 2.4 million Jews may have been exterminated in three camps in Poland. Those camps, according to the story about Irving, were Treblinka, Belzec and Sobibor.
According to traditional holocaust mania, those camps all supposedly used diesel exhaust as the source of carbon monoxide.
Has imprisonment simply made Irving more compliant toward the established version of the great hoax?
Got some details, Mr. Irving? How about it, Mr. Irving?
It's well worth reading... though its title says it all "Irving, the unsinkable rubber duck."