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Correspondence David Irving

Supporting David Irving

by David Irving’s family

Last October, after arriving in Florida, David Irving fell ill and has been in declining health ever since. He is now back at his home in the UK and requires round-the-clock care, a demand we’ve had to arrange privately due to constraints with the National Health Service. He was hospitalised for nearly two months, enduring the kind of challenges we never anticipated he would face.

It is with sadness that we must accept that David is now unable to engage in his life’s work. His unwavering dedication to unveiling Real History has not only defined his career but also enriched the minds of readers worldwide. David’s situation, however, has placed us at a crossroads where the path forward demands collective support.

This is an appeal to safeguard the essence of a man whose life’s work has been to bring us closer to the nuanced truths of our past. Your donations will be pivotal in two primary areas:

Medical Care and Support: Your contributions will ensure that David receives exemplary care to manage his condition and uphold the highest quality of life.

Preservation and Continuation of His Work: Financial support is also imperative to safeguard David’s extensive body of work.

To participate in this crucial effort, please donate. Here, you’ll find all the necessary information to make your contribution.

Regardless of size, every contribution is a step towards sustaining David’s impact on historical literature. Your support and solidarity in this challenging time are invaluable. We will keep you informed of his health and well-being as he faces this stage of his life with dignity. He is in good hands.

Warm regards,

David Irving’s family

3 replies on “Supporting David Irving”

I wonder when and if they’ll publish the second volume of his Himmler biography. I know he was also working on the third volume of Churchill’s War as well. I went to see him speak four or five times. It was amazing to meet and hear from someone who had spoken to people who were in the inner circle of the Fuhrer. I was quite saddened when I got the e-mail that telling of his present condition. I’m not very optimistic that anyone will follow in his footsteps to tell the real story of the catastrophe that was World War II. Thanks again for all of the great work you do.


If you know someone who knew Hitler personally, please tell me by email. I would even cross the Atlantic just to talk to him (or her)…!

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