Ernst Zundel, a German-born publisher, author and civil rights activist, has been a major figure in the worldwide Holocaust revisionist movement. For seven years he was held behind bars, first in Canada and then in Germany, solely for the peaceful expression of non-conformist views. He has been the most prominent political prisoner in the western world.
He is the author of countless booklets, newsletters and essays. He has been a prodigious publisher, a one-man public relations firm, and an able public speaker and organizer. Energetic, tenacious and courageous, he has been dauntless in struggle against apparently insurmountable odds and seemingly invincible adversaries.
Zundel is an outgoing, good-humored man who is blessed with a rare combination of unflagging optimism and practical ability. He maintains this infectious spirit even under very trying conditions. He is an unusually alert and sensitive individual with a keen understanding of human nature. He knows how to persuade, cajole and encourage others to give their best for the greater good. He inspires confidence, loyalty and affection.
Ernst Christof Friedrich Zündel was born on April 24, 1939, in the Black Forest region of southwestern Germany. He emigrated to Canada at the age of 19,
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