Ingrid Rimland Zündel

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Ingrid Rimland Zündel

Dr. Ingrid Rimland (born May 22, 1936, Halbstadt, Molotschna, Ukraine) is a novelist and the wife of Ernst Zundel.

Ingrid Rimland is an award-winning ethnic novelist, with five books and hundreds of articles and columns to her credit. Born to Russian-German Mennonites in the Ukraine, she experienced World War II as a small child. Multilingual and gifted linguistically, she brings a unique perspective to the Patriot struggle, having lived under four dictators in her young years - Stalin, Hitler, Peron of Argentina, and Stroessner of Paraguay.

Ingrid is proudly married to one of the world's most politically incorrect human rights activist, Ernst Zundel, kidnapped by America's Zionist-beholden government goons on American soil in 2003 for having spoken Truth to Power about the so-called "Holocaust". She has earned a doctorate in Education from the University of the Pacific and been a U.S. citizen since 1973.

Books by Ingrid Rimland Zundel

  • The Furies and the Flame
  • Lebensraum! - Book I
  • Lebensraum! - Book II
  • Lebensraum! - Book III
  • The Wanderers
  • Five Stony Tears for Audre: The Moving Story of One Brave Revisionist's Fight for Truth, Justice, and Freedom.

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