Here is an expert of the Nobel Prize Physics 1957 Award Ceremony Speech given by O.B. Klein, Nobel Committee for physics
Let us assume that the magnetic field is created by means of a coil placed like a spool of thread on a table, and that the electric current is flowing counterclockwise in the wire. Then the north poles of the cobalt nuclei will be directed upwards. The experiment, now, gave the result that the electrons from the radioactive process with this arrangement were preferentially thrown downwards towards the floor. From this it follows unambiguously that the process lacks that right-left symmetry, which one had earlier assumed. Thus, by means of this experiment it could be explained to a person, who did not know it - let us say an inhabitant of a distant stellar system - what we mean by right and left. In fact, it would be sufficient to ask him to arrange the experiment so as to make the preferential direction of the electrons point downwards. The current will then have the same direction as that in which he has to turn at the command "left face".
However - and this is a thing of the utmost importance for the incorporation of the new discoveries into our edifice of physical laws - the person on the distant planet will be able to follow our prescriptions only if he knows what we mean by the direction of an electric current. And to know this he must know that our atoms and his are made up of the same elementary particles. We know, however, that not only are there double sets of electrons - positive and negative - but that the same holds for protons and neutrons, the building stones of atomic nuclei. It is therefore possible that his atoms contrary to ours would consist of positive electrons and negative nuclei. If they did, he would judge the direction of the current opposite to what we would do, with the result that he would call right left and left right. In stating this we have tacitly made an assumption which is not quite confirmed as yet but which, as far as the experiments go, seems probable, namely that the results of all experiments performed with the opposite kind of elementary particles would be just such as to reestablish the right-left symmetry. With other words, one should be able to regard the antiparticles not only as the electric opposites of the particles but also as their mirror images.
I find it a bit confusing. As the main point of the speech is trying to address popular physics understanding of parity violation.
Question no.1: But how does it relate to the key idea of parity violation?
Question no.2: And is this last statement even correct at all: "one should be able to regard the antiparticles not only as the electric opposites of the particles but also as their mirror images?"
Question no.3: To clarify the no.2, we should examine the concept of particles and anti-particles, Time reversal (T) partner, charge conjugate (C) partner and the parity (P) partner, more carefully?