Ernst Zundel interviews Ingrid Rimland (1998) – YouTube

This interview was filmed in 1998 at the “Zundel-Haus” in Toronto, Canada. The ethnic novelist, Ingrid Rimland, discusses her trilogy of books named “Lebensraum” (roughly translated to the English language as “living-space”). It’s a three part epic narrative, spanning seven generations and 200 years !!

Here she shares her fascinating personal (and at times.., heart-wrenching !) experiences as a young child in World War II.

She also then.., describes her teenage years living in the jungles of Paraguay, South America.., and her personal struggles on the North-American continent as a first-generation immigrant…

The video interview is about 1 hour and 45 minutes long.., and is WELL worth the time to watch !!

After watching this incredibly well spoken and articulated interview.., do your best to then PASS IT ON.., in whatever way possible…

As always.., after watching.., do your best to “pass it on”…..

“Truth Does Not Fear Investigation”


“He who Wins the War.., also Writes the History”

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