Ernst Zündel's Last Interview
Ernst Zündel 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, was the father of two sons, and became a Canadian citzen. 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.
Through his Samisdat Publishers publishing house he distributed Holocaust revisionist literature. His publication of the pamphlet "Did Six Million Really Die?" (http://vho.org/aaargh/fran/livres5/harwoodeng.pdf) lead to two lengthy trials (1985, 1988) which 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. A documentary was made about the trial which you can see here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/FlJVvpXeQW24/
In 2005 Judge Pierre Blais stripped Zündel of his Canadian citizenship and ordered his deportation to Germany after a corrupt and unjust court case, rife with conflict of interest - Blais was a former federal Minister of Justice in charge of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service which provided secret evidence in the proceedings. Zündel was then tried again in Germany and imprisoned for Holocaust Denial. Zündel was released on March 1, 2010, five years after his deportation to Germany.
He passed away peacefully in 2017.
This video shows what I believe is the last interview given by the late Ernst Zündel, which was taken in 2012.
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