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Zundel: Out and Unbowed
DVD video disc. 32 mins.
Stock Number: D121
A look at Ernst Zundel and his ordeal as a prisoner of conscience, with a report on his release after seven years behind bars, and interviews with him after getting out, along with a look at “Holocaust denial” laws. The video portrait gives a human face to a much-maligned man. It’s illustrated with color drawings and sketches he made in prison.
Michele, Lady Renouf, who produced and narrates this two-part video, gives background information on the laws in Germany and some other European states that forbid dissident views on the “Holocaust.”
Zundel is shown as he is released from Mannheim prison in Germany on the morning of March 1, 2010, where he's welcomed by friends, including his attorney, Herbert Schaller. Shortly afterwards Zundel is asked how he feels. After a moment of reflection, he replies that he feels “unbent” and “unbowed,” and adds that despite his ordeal he has not changed his views. He is also interviewed at his family’s 400-year-old homestead in the Black Forest region of south-western Germany. He describes some of the plant life there.
Zundel is known worldwide as a political prisoner, publicist, organizer, artist, and defender of free speech. He has been a major figure in the Holocaust revisionist movement. He was held for seven years and three weeks behind bars -- in the US, in Canada and then in Germany -- for his peaceful expression of non-conformist views.
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