The Noontide Press which sells some of the leading antisemitic classics, prominently among them The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, is now featuring David Irving's book, Uprising which tells the story of the 1956 Hungarian uprising and which, according to the blurb, is "noteworthy for its unflinching dissection of the key Jewish role in the Communist regime."
I do not know if Irving has asked them to sell the book or they are doing it on their own. On some level that is irrelevant. What is noteworthy is that the Noontide Press assumes that someone who wants to purchase these antisemitic classics would also be interested in Irving's book.
Among the books on Noontide's on line catalog are David Duke's My Awakening: A Path to Racial Understanding, Imperium by Francis Parker Yockey, The Leuchter Report; Did Six Million Really Die?: Report of the Evidence in the Canadian 'False News' Trial of Ernst Zündel which has a foreword by Dr. Robert Faurisson or the complete DVD of every issue of the denial publication, The Journal of Historical Review
The Noontide Press was founded by Willis Carto, a icon of the American far-right and a leading racist and antisemite.
Saturday, June 2, 2007
Fitting Company for David Irving: Noontide Press features David Irving's books, the Protocols, and David Duke's autobiography
Posted by Deborah Lipstadt at 8:15 AM
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