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Obtaining the Irving Pamphlet


The link to the David Irving pamphlet wouldn't work on my computer. I'm very interested in obtaining a copy of the work, could you please mail me a copy, I can return postage if necessary. Thanks very much.

Jamie McCarthy answers:


I'm one of the volunteers who answers questions for The Holocaust History Project (and also happen to be the author of the pamphlet).

I will "snail-mail" you a copy if we really can't get it working for you electronically. I'd prefer we try to exhaust the internet possibilities first, if you don't mind.

The PDF file is your best chance to get a good copy. Have you visited the adobe.com website to download the free Acrobat Reader? It's available for Macintosh, Windows, DOS, Unix, and OS/2. At http://www.adobe.com/supportservice/custsupport/download.html, the links to Acrobat Reader are not far down the page.

Once you have the Acrobat Reader installed, you should be able to click on our PDF link from this page: http://www.holocaust-history.org/pamphlets/ which should save a file on your hard drive; you can then open up the file from the Reader application.

If this doesn't work, please email me personally and let me know and I will mail you a printed copy at the address below. Thanks for your interest!

Jamie McCarthy

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