Ingrid Rimland DVDs

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Click to enlarge! Ernst Zündel interviews Ingrid Rimland in San Diego
This interview was filmed in California in 1994 on the very day when human rights activist Ernst Zündel and ethnic novelist Ingrid Rimland met for the first time. In this interview, Ingrid discusses her Mennonite background as reflected in her first two books, The Wanderers and Furies.
110 minutes

English $20.00
Click to enlarge! Ernst Zundel interviews Ingrid Rimland in Toronto
This interview was filmed in 1998 at the Zundel-Haus in Toronto, Canada. Ethnic novelist Ingrid Rimland discusses her trilogy, Lebensraum - a three-part epic spanning seven generations and 200 years.
Here she shares her riveting personal experiences as a young child in World War II, her teenage years in South America, and her personal struggles on the North-American continent as a first-generation immigrant.
120 minutes

English $20.00
Click to enlarge! Mission Accomplished: The Possible Dream
One of Dr. Ingrid Rimland's early keynotes to educators and health care workers about what it means to raise and educate a savagely handicapped child.
Fast-paced and sprinkled with vivid personal examples, this speech was taped at the International Convention for Parent Care in Newport Beach, California in 1984. Suitable for professionals and parents alike. Not a Revisionist DVD!
60 minutes

English $20.00