Friedrich Paul Berg :
Where Desbois expected to find substantial forensic evidence, he found absolutely nothing except plain, simple dirt. To cover his failure, Desbois falls back on the old story that the Nazis dug up all the bodies long after victims had been shot and burned them out in the open somewhere. Well, there would still have been lots of bone fragments left if that had been the way things happened.
Yahad-In Unum would ensure that the historical record and the evidence of the jewish genocide perpetrated by the Nazis in Ukraine becomes available to worldwide study and research, and that the countless numbers of jewish victims who still lie buried in anonymity are properly remembered according to their own religion.
Friedrich Paul Berg wrote:The following three photos appear in some articles related to Desbois' excavations, but NOT in his book. Why?
But, the above three photos show no signs of shooting as one might expect.
On page 177 of the book it says: "The impact of the bullets and the position of the bodies showed that they had all been shot and buried alive."
But, there is not even a claim anywhere in the book that a bullet was found in the Busk mass graves, or anywhere else. Where is there a bullet wound or hole to show there was some kind of mass shooting?
The 17 mass graves of presumed Jews at Busk were next to a regular Jewish cemetery--and, I suspect, were an extension of the Jewish cemetery. If one digs down into any cemetery anywhere in the world, one is likely to find bones and skeletons--WOW!
Are we talking about the same Germans that fought during the WW2 ?
Friedrich Paul Berg wrote:On page 177 of the book it says: "The impact of the bullets and the position of the bodies showed that they had all been shot and buried alive."
Vlad wrote:This photo shows a woman and (probably) a boy hugging each other. It's unmistakably a woman's pelvis. These are not the remains of soldiers.
ASMarques wrote:It's not far-fetched to imagine that village cemeteries or their vicinities are choice places for such mass burials. In fact, it's mass murders that tend to be performed in secluded or isolated places, and not mass burials that may well have taken place in the vicinity of village cemeteries.
ASMarques wrote:Vlad wrote:This photo shows a woman and (probably) a boy hugging each other. It's unmistakably a woman's pelvis. These are not the remains of soldiers.
Yes, that's true. The pose looks somewhat contrived -- note how the child's arm crumbled away but the mother's is supposed to have been kept in place during the excavation (?). The comparative sizes of the remains, however, do point out to a child's skeleton.
Friedrich Paul Berg wrote:I suspect, just as some of the posters above suggest, that the skeletons predate WW2. If the remains were only about sixty years old, there would still be some remains of clothing or other personal articles to help determine what happened.