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Ernst Zundel (April 24, 1939 - August 6, 2017) is a German-born publisher, author and civil rights activist. He is a towering figure in the worldwide Holocaust revisionist movement and a free speech martyr. For more than seven years he has been held behind bars, first in Canada and now in Germany, solely for the peaceful expression of non-conformist views.
From 2003 until 2010, he was the most prominent political prisoner in the western world. He is the author of countless booklets, newsletters and essays.
Energetic, tenacious and courageous, he is dauntless in struggle against apparently insurmountable odds and seemingly invincible adversaries.
Ernst Zundel was born on April 24, 1939, in a small town in the Black Forest region of southwestern Germany. A devoted pacifist, he emigrated to Canada at the age of 19 rather than be conscripted into the German military. Settling in Montreal, he soon married and became the father of two sons. His career as a graphic artist was successful, with his work appearing, for example, on the front cover of Canada 's national news magazine, Maclean's.
In 1968, Zundel ran for the leadership of the Liberal Party of Canada, losing to Marxist Pierre Trudeau. (It is important to note here that as a result of the policies pushed through during Trudeau's period as Prime Minister, Canada was subsequently ruined.)
Ernst Zundel dedicated himself to the great task of redeeming the sullied reputation of his fellow Germans. Through his Samisdat publishing house he distributed worldwide a prodigious quantity of books, booklets, leaflets,
Zundel is probably best known for his central role in the "Holocaust Trials" of 1985 and 1988. He was brought to court in Toronto on a charge of "publishing false news", and specifically for publishing a reprint edition of a booklet entitled: Did Six Million Really Die?.
Zundel's two lengthy trials - the 1985 trial lasted two months, and the 1988 trial lasted four months - have been the closest thing anywhere to full scale debates on the Holocaust issue. For the first time ever, "Holocaust survivors" and Holocaust historians were closely and critically questioned under oath about their claims and views.
In 2005 Judge Pierre Blais ordered the deportation of Zundel to Germany after a corrupt proceeding rife with conflict of interest as Blais was a former federal Minister of Justice in charge of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service which provided secret evidence in the proceedings. During his March 2006 trial, his lawyer was Sylvia Stolz?. The judge believed Stolz tried too hard to defend him and so he kicked her out of the courtroom. She was then imprisoned for 3½-years and banned from practicing law for 5 years.
Zundel was freed in March 2010. However, he lives under onerous conditions in Germany and the possibility of being re-arrested at any time for thoughtcrimes looms over him.
Zundel is very popular in some parts of the world. Sweden in particular harbors sympathy for his plight, and he is welcome to come to the Aryan motherland for protection.
He is married to Dr. Ingrid Rimland Zundel.
- The Hitler We Loved and Why
- Hitler am Südpol?
- Ingrid Rimland Zündel
- Ernst Zundel Holocaust trials
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