By Corky Siemaszko

Notorious Holocaust denier David Irving has added New York to the list of cities where he plans to spew his noxious notions about what the Nazis did to the Jews.

“In the fall, I’ll be in the New York area,” said Irving, when reached on his cell phone Friday. “I won’t go into specifics.”

That’s probably because Irving, who once claimed that Adolf Hitler knew nothing about the slaughter of 6 million Jews, is not likely to get a warm reception.

“Let’s put it this way, if he comes to New York, he will be confronted by truth and justice,” said Elan Steinberg, vice president of the American Gathering of Holocaust Survivors and their Descendants. “That’s how you deal with hate and provocation.”

A British professor who recently served a year in an Austrian jail for violating that country’s law about denying the Holocaust, Irving has quietly been criss-crossing the country and speaking to small groups.

Irving, 71, was in Chicago and preparing to give a lecture claiming that the number of Jews who went to the gas chambers is overblown when he was tracked down by a Daily News reporter.

The author of nearly 30 books, Irving has contended that most of the Jews, Poles and others who died in the German concentration camps were killed by diseases such as typhus.