Lady Michele Renouf

British Lady Renouf questioned by German police after speech in Dresden

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-02-19 11:05

Rally in Dresden. Gerd Ittner (left), rally organizer, stands by Lady Michele Renouf (center) at the podium with her translator Nikolai Nerling (known as the "Volkslehrer") after giving a strong speech outlining British support and sympathy with fellow German dissidents.


Watch the video of Renouf's speech here.

On Saturday. a rally was held in Dresden, Germany in memory of the victims of the February 1945 firebombing of the architecturally-renowned central city that was filled with refugees at the time.

In an impromptu speech, translated on the spot by a German friend, Lady Michele Renouf, with Gerd Ittner, one of the rally's organizers standing next to her, stated that the "wicked" British war government "deliberately hoped to kill as many as 900,000 German civilians" with their three day bombing schedule, aided by the Americans.