The first part of the biography of Heinrich Himmler by David Irving has been released. I think it would be appropriate to start a thread on the book. I've already purchased a copy, and I plan on posting whatever revelations come from the book in this thread. I'm sure others will do the same.
I have asked Mr. Irving when we could expect the second part to released. This is what he told me:
Second part, which contains of course what I might call the “Holocaust stuff”, is written and safe in this computer, and will follow after a suitable delay to establish the validity of the first
So it looks as if this first volume will contain the pre-war and early-war revelations. I remember reading on his website that there would be a chapter on the Night of the Long Knives which should prove interesting. Perhaps a more interesting topic to many would be information on Operation Barbarossa - in a email reply from Mr. Irving, in September 2018, he told me that this biography will also contain much elaboration on the pre-emptive war against the Soviet Union:
I am sorry to have omitted to answer the letter below which you wrote me in August. I was just departing for Latvia Lithuania and Poland, so I left it unanswered.
I will answer the questions about Preemptive War more fully in my Himmler biography, on which I am working.
We can only speculate about what this "Holocaust stuff" will be, no doubt it will be Irving's definitive attempt to maintain the portion of the Holocaust he wishes to believe in.