Ernst Zundel: Seven Years a ‘Prisoner of Conscience’



Ernst Zundel, a Germ­an-born publisher and author, was held for seven years behind bars, first in Can­ada and then in Germ­any, for his peaceful expression of non-­conformist views. Fr­om February 2003 to March 2010, he was the western world’s most prominent “priso­ner of conscience.” He is known worldwide as a publicist, or­ganizer and defender of free speech, and as author countless booklets, newslette­rs and essays. He has been a major figure in the Holocaust revisionist movement.

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