David Irving: Interpreting The Role Of A Historian

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Diana, Of course, no one can force historians to do. They can interpret on historical events and incidents. That’s normal, but it has to have its limits. For example, historians can interpret on Homer and his works, and some of them may say that Homer was a liar, and some say “not.” This is OK with me. But, interpreting history scholarly is not that easy. For example, everybody knows Holocaust. You know it, too. I will ask you a question. If an historian comes up with an idea that Holocaust was not true, what would you say? A historian came up with this idea, and some people have supported him in this idea, too. So, do you agree with that historian? His name is David Irving. I tried to mean in my previous posts that historians should be
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