Ernst Zündel, who sometimes describes himself as a "Swabian peasant," 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.
Ernst "I am the Gandhi of the Right" Zündel (1939-2017) was a Nazi, famous for his diesel punk fan-fiction [No, not The Onion] and for appearing in Manufacturing Consent (1992), a documentary in which Noam Chomsky defended Zündel during his "false news" trial.
Ernst Christof Friedrich Zündel (born April 24, 1939) is a German publisher known for promoting Holocaust denial. He has been jailed several times: in Canada for ...
Ernst Zündel, who from a ramshackle Victorian house in central Toronto churned out books, posters, audiotapes and memorabilia denying the Holocaust and spreading neo-Nazi messages worldwide, died ...
Ernst Zundel was born in Germany and moved to Canada in 1958. In the late 1970s, he began running Samisdat Publishing, one of the largest distributors of neo-Nazi and Holocaust denial literature in the world.