Peter Hartung

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Peter Hartung (born c. 1959) is the director of the Holocaust denial organization Adelaide Institute having previously been a successful businessman and political adviser. He is a native of Adelaide, Australia.

Hartung assumed the role of director of the Adelaide Institute in 2009, following the incarceration of Fredrick Töben for three months in South Australia for contempt of court.[1] On assuming the role from Toben, Hartung defied the Federal Court by publishing the revisionist material that led to Toben’s three months jail time.[2]

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  1. ^ Shears, Richard (13 August 2009). "Holocaust denier at centre of British legal row is jailed for three months in Australia". Daily Mail. London.
  2. ^ Akerman, Pia (2 June 2009). "Holocaust denier Peter Hartung in defiance of court". The Australian. Retrieved 13 June 2011.

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