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Postby steve » 1 decade 4 years ago (Fri May 13, 2005 7:58 pm)

The 'Keyhole' story is one of the all time best!

We have the Germans tossing people into the Gas Chamber with the intent to kill them, finds some still alive, and instead of simply finishing the job, they beat them and put them on a train!

You have to be 5 years old to believe such a story.

Now, I have a question for all you believers out there. Ok, you believe the Germans did some nasty things to the jews. Of course, we can debate that. But, I want to know if any believer out there is man enough to admit that at least this story is complete bull shit. Anyone?

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Postby Hannover » 7 years 1 month ago (Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:55 pm)

After the 'cat of Auschwitz' yarn, viewtopic.php?f=2&t=7248
I thought I'd push this forward. This is what passes for 'proof of the 'holocaust'.

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Postby Jerzy Ulicki-Rek » 7 years 1 month ago (Wed Sep 26, 2012 8:22 pm)

"German TV-News (ARD) reported most impressively about the "6 million" on holocaust-day 1989 from Israel. Rabbis were shown on the screen loudly reading out the names of the "6 million": "Within 24 hours the names of 6 million murdered Jews are read out. Rabbis alternate with each other calling out the names." (2)

This example proves once again that the Jews are the only people, chosen by God and therefore they distinguish themselves from all other peoples. No ordinary mortal could be capable of reading and pronouncing 69 names in one second from a sheet of paper (try it). But the Rabbis in Israel have mastered this task by ignoring the law of physics. They read and pronounced 6 million names in 86,400 seconds which equals 69.44 names a second."
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Postby Jerzy Ulicki-Rek » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:35 am)

What about this key hole" :lol:


Nazis gassed Jews with natural gas
by Jerzy Ulicki-Rek » 22 Mar 2012 12:49 pm

Saturday, 30 April 2011
Nazis gassed Jews with natural gas
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Lying German born Jew, Anneliese Nossbaum, told school kids in
Pennsylvania that she wasn't gassed by the Nazis because:

"On May 3, 1945, she and the other women waited in line for hours, only to be
sent back to their quarters. Nossbaum later learned they had been lined up to
go to a gas chamber, but American forces had cut off the factory's gas supply."
:bootyshake: :bootyshake: :bootyshake:
http://winstonsmithministryoftruth.blog ... l-gas.html
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Montgomery News - June 17, 2010:


Holocaust survivor shares her story at Wissahickon High

Published: Thursday, June 17, 2010

By Thomas Celona
Staff Writer

Anneliese Nossbaum speaks to students at Wissahickon High School June 10 about her experiences as a young girl growing up during the Holocaust. Photo by THOMAS CELONA


"The trip to Auschwitz took three days by train," she said. "Everyone had a terrible, horrible feeling. No one knew where we were going."

The day she stepped off that train proved to be one of the defining moments of her life.

"Very few people can pinpoint the moment when they cease to be a child and become an adult," she said. "It was this moment: my arrival in Auschwitz."

Nossbaum said this was also the only time during the entire war she was brought to tears.

Before being separated from her father, she had torn a thumbnail-sized photograph of him from a picture. Afraid of being caught with it as she waited to be inspected by Nazi guards, she hid the tiny picture in her mouth. She waited, trying to hold onto the only thing she had left of her father, but she then looked down to see it had become just a wet piece of paper.

"It can't even be described," she said of the horrors she witnessed in the Auschwitz concentration camp.

Seven months later, she was sent to a Nazi-run airplane factory, where she and the other women were forced to work 10 hours each day, seven days per week.

Soon, Allied forces began bombing nearby, and the end of the war seemed to be growing closer.

Nossbaum, however, almost didn't survive the final days.

On May 3, 1945, she and the other women waited in line for hours, only to be sent back to their quarters. Nossbaum later learned they had been lined up to go to a gas chamber, but American forces had cut off the factory's gas supply.
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Postby Jerzy Ulicki-Rek » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:39 am)

And before tha key hole..Waiting in a queue... :bounce:


Circumcisions in the queue for the gas chambers
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Wednesday, 25 January 2012
Circumcisions in the queue for the gas chambers

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David Olère, Le crématoire III en activité from the Yad Veshem Art Museum in Jerusalem. Olère's painting is reproduced without permission
from Serge Klarsfeld ed., David Olère: A Painter in the Sonderkommando at Auschwitz (New York: The Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, 1989).

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Jews were apparently circumcising their sons on the trains to Auschwitz, and at Auschwitz,
with an SS man's knife, just before the son was gassed. Whether the Jews performed
the well documented Kabbalistic ritual of eating the foreskin, is unknown.


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Postby Jerzy Ulicki-Rek » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:49 am)

Testimony of star witness at the Bergen Belsen trial
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Testimony of star witness at the Bergen Belsen trial
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An article which appeared in The Scotsman September 22 1945 reported on the Bergen Belsen trial at Luneburg. The testimony of star witness Dr. Ada Bimko, a Jewess, is contained in this article and reproduced below. It can be obtained from The Scotsman website in the Archive section. Notice that she tesifies that the gas chambers made use of shower heads whereas the the 'Causters of today claim induction shafts were used which were accessed from the roof. Remarkable how the story changes over time.

This is a free article from The Scotsman Digital Archive.

The Scotsman - Saturday, 22nd September 1945, page 5
BELSEN GUARDS WHO WERE AT AUSCHWITZ Identified by Polish Woman Doctor EXTERMINATION BY GAS

From ANTHONY MANN, "Daily Telegraph " and " The Scotsman "

Correspondent Luneburg, Friday.— Ada Bimko, a Jewish woman doctor from Poland, described fo the British Military Court here this morning how ' her father, mother, and six-year-old son had been gassed near Auschwitz concentration camp. They had been taken from her side at the gates and driven to a vast extermination plant, where gas was rained on the victims through shower nozzles. Later she related how she had visited the huge gas chamber and seen the place where her family had been killed. Victims had been hoodwinked into believing they were to have a bath by being issued with towels and tablets of soap. The doctor was giving evidence on the fifth day of the trial of Joseph Kramer, commandant of Belsen camp, and 44 Other prisoners charged with atrocities at two camps.
This afternoon the entire Court drove 40 miles from Luneburg to inspect the remains of Kramer ' s camp, burnt down by British troops as a precaution against the spread of infection . All the accused were also taken to Belsen in lorries. The inspection is officially stated to be regarded as a session of the Court. When the prosecution indicated this morning'that it was about to call Dr Ada Bimko, the defence asked that prisoners should be allowed to remove their identification numbers. Permission was granted.

ALL JEWS IN TOWN ARRESTED
Dr Bimko, a short, plump, dark-haired woman, was assisted to enter the witness-box by a young A.T.S. lance-covporal , who remained behind her after she took her seat. She said she wa's a Jewess from Poland and a doctor of medicine. All the Jews in her town had been arrested in one week. She had been sent to Auschwitz, together with 5000 other Jews. On arrival the women and children were loaded on trucks. An S.S. doctor directed the women and children to the right and laft at his will. Only 250 women and 250 men were allowed into the camp. She later found out that all the rest were gassed.
Witness sobbed quietly as she announced that her father, mother, brother, and her sixyear-old son had been .gassed in this way. She was present, working as a doctor in Auschwitz when victims were selected for the gas chambers. The defence objected to a question as to whether the only offence of the victims was that they were Polish Jews. The Court sustained the objection. The first great selection of Jews for the gas chambers was made one and a half months after her arrival, on the Jewish Day of Atonement in. 1944. The selection of both the sick and healthy was made by the camp doctor and by S.S. men and women. All the weak were selected for gassing, as well as those with defects in the arms and. hands. All the sick were paraded nude for selection. The witness gave the names of the camp doctors as Rode, Thilo. Klein, Koenig. and Mengeleef. She was invited to enter the well of the Court and try to identify the prisoners in the dock.

15 OF ACCUSED RECOGNISED
Flood-lighting over the dock was switched on, and the witness, accompanied by the A.T.S. lance-corporal and interpreter, walked up and down in front of the long dock, looking at the prisoners, who continued to sit impassively, Only Irma Greese betrayed, as usual, apparent impatience with .the whole proceedings. " She frowned. The witness then identified 15 of the accused, beginning with Kramer and Dr Klein. Irma Greese she identified as a work leader.
The prisoners in the second and third rows in the dock were then made to stand successively for easier identification. Karl Firazich was identified as a man who had shot a woman in Belsen just before the British arrived. Juana Borman was recognised as " a woman who used to walk about the camp with a big dog." At this point' the loud barking o£ a dog in the street outside the Court drowned part of the evidence.
Resuming the witness stand, the doctor said that the persons selected for the gas chambers at Auschwitz were sent naked to Block 2o, where they often waited without food or water for days for lorries to fetch them to execution. On one day, of 4124 sick Jewish women, 4000 were sent to the gas chambers. Klein took part in selecting these women. Kramer was commandant of one part of the camp at that time. All five chimneys of the crematorium were visible from the camp. Irma Greese was the woman who tooW ihe prisoners* roll-call.

THE GAS CHAMBER
Dr Bimko then described how she had once had an. opportunity of inspecting the gas chambers. The sick, wrapped in blankets, had been sent to the chambers for execution , and Fhe haci been instructed to collect the blankets two days later. " The house was a brick house," she said. " It was surrounded with trees, like camouflage. In the first room I met an S.S. officer named Josei Goldner, who was wearing the Red Cross insignia. He came from my town. The first room was a large room where the prisoners undressed on arrival. Hooks were provided. " A second large room, capable of holding many hundreds of people, lay beyond. It was fitted like a huge shower bath, with parallel rows of shower sprays in the ceiling. But it was ."noticeable that "there \vex*e i\o drains in the floor for water. When the prisoners arrived here they were given towels and soap, as if for a bath. "Along a narrow, dark passage ran rails with a small truck on which corpses were taken to the crematorium." Thick pipes carried the gas to the gas chamber. I saw the huge metal containers which,, I was told, contained gas."

"4,000,000 VICTIMS"
The work in tlie chambers was carried out by Sonderkommandos: special squads of internees who, after some weeks, were themselves gassed.
One of them, a man named Gerzcke, had told ner that some of these men kept records of the deaths, but these records had been, destroyed. "I was told that *he records showed that the number of Jews destroyed in the gas chambers up to that time was about 4,000,000." At Auschwitz experiments were carried out on prisoners in Block 10 One woman on. whom experiments had been made returned to camp and tried to commit suicide. Witness had asked her why, and the- woman had replied: " They experimented on me with artificial insemination. My womanly honour has been physically incapacitated from bearing children." Dr Bimko then described how S.S. guards had rained blows on the prisoners, who were forced to stand for hours at the roll-call in snow and rain. Often a whole block of prisoners had been compelled to wait for hours on their knees with their arms in the air. If anyone was late for the roll-call, the whole camp was forced to stand many hours, and the culprit was beaten to the verge of death: One woman had been beaten to death in that manner. " I have seen a number of people with wounds on their hands and legs, but particularly on their heads, as the result of blows."

"BELSEN A SECOND AUSCHWITZ"
Dr Bimko said she arrived at Belsen from Auschwitz on November 23, 1944. The conditions were bad, but the internees were not then beaten, and there were no roll-calls. In the morning there was coffee or soup; at midday, half a pint of soup; and in the evening, bread or soup. This diet did not kill instantly, but ifc would result in death -after a period. After Kramer became the commandant, beatings and roll-calls started. "Belsen was becoming a second Auschwitz." On one occasion Kramer had kicked four Russians who, in a state of weakness, had been unable to work fast enough. The medical situation was " quite desperate." To treat 2200 hospital cases and 15,000 sick women for one week 300 aspirin tablets were issued, although just after the arrival of the British two storerooms filled with drugs and instruments were discovered in the camp that had never been issued. Just before the British troops arrived witness suddenly got all the drugs she needed.
The witness then identified one of the prisoners in the dock as a man who had shot a woman at Belsen a few days before the British arrived because she tried to pick up a tui-nip peeling in the cookhouse. Juana Borman, she stated, used her dog to guard working parties. She often set it on the prisoners. ' We noticed that many of those in working parties were bitten by dogs." Major Munro, cross-examining, for the defence, asked witness: "Were people selected at Auschwitz for purposes other than the gas chamber?"—Yes, sometimes women were selected to be sent into brothels.

ACCUSED RETURN TO BELSEN
In the afternoon, Josef Kramer and his 44 confederates returned in lorries to the blackened ruins of Belsen. There, walking two and two, headed by Kramer and Dr Fritz Klein handcuffed together, the accused shuffled their way for three miles round the desolate place. Before them walked the members of the British Court that is trying them. At their sides marched red-capped military police with tommy-guns and members of the A.T.S, Provost Corps. All around were charred ashes o£ burned huts, ¦ woods, and rags of clothing. At the beginning of the tour one of the prisoners, Ida Forster, complained that she had bad feet and could not walk. She was driven round in an ambulance. The British former interneeMr Harold le Druillenec, who gave evidence at the trial on Thursday, was one of those in the procession of inspection . At the barbed-wire gates near the graves oi the victims there is a large notice in German:— "This is the site of the infamous Belsen concentration camp, liberated by the British, April 15, 1945. " Ten thousand unburied dead were Jound here. Another 13,000 have since died—all victims of the German New Order in Europe, an example of Nazi culture." The Court will sit again to-morrow (Saturday) morning.
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Re: Testimony of star witness at the Bergen Belsen trial
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This huge starving white whale in front is ADA (Hadassah) BIMKO .17 April 1945.
"Moby Dick"-holocaust version.


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Postby borjastick » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 11:07 am)

Jerzy Ulicki-Rek wrote:What about this key hole" :lol:


Nazis gassed Jews with natural gas
by Jerzy Ulicki-Rek » 22 Mar 2012 12:49 pm

Saturday, 30 April 2011
Nazis gassed Jews with natural gas
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Lying German born Jew, Anneliese Nossbaum, told school kids in
Pennsylvania that she wasn't gassed by the Nazis because:

"On May 3, 1945, she and the other women waited in line for hours, only to be
sent back to their quarters. Nossbaum later learned they had been lined up to
go to a gas chamber, but American forces had cut off the factory's gas supply."
:bootyshake: :bootyshake: :bootyshake:
http://winstonsmithministryoftruth.blog ... l-gas.html
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Montgomery News - June 17, 2010:


Holocaust survivor shares her story at Wissahickon High

Published: Thursday, June 17, 2010

By Thomas Celona
Staff Writer

Anneliese Nossbaum speaks to students at Wissahickon High School June 10 about her experiences as a young girl growing up during the Holocaust. Photo by THOMAS CELONA


"The trip to Auschwitz took three days by train," she said. "Everyone had a terrible, horrible feeling. No one knew where we were going."

The day she stepped off that train proved to be one of the defining moments of her life.

"Very few people can pinpoint the moment when they cease to be a child and become an adult," she said. "It was this moment: my arrival in Auschwitz."

Nossbaum said this was also the only time during the entire war she was brought to tears.

Before being separated from her father, she had torn a thumbnail-sized photograph of him from a picture. Afraid of being caught with it as she waited to be inspected by Nazi guards, she hid the tiny picture in her mouth. She waited, trying to hold onto the only thing she had left of her father, but she then looked down to see it had become just a wet piece of paper.

"It can't even be described," she said of the horrors she witnessed in the Auschwitz concentration camp.

Seven months later, she was sent to a Nazi-run airplane factory, where she and the other women were forced to work 10 hours each day, seven days per week.

Soon, Allied forces began bombing nearby, and the end of the war seemed to be growing closer.

Nossbaum, however, almost didn't survive the final days.

On May 3, 1945, she and the other women waited in line for hours, only to be sent back to their quarters. Nossbaum later learned they had been lined up to go to a gas chamber, but American forces had cut off the factory's gas supply.
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If this woman really said she was to be gassed in May 1945 she is a bigger idiot than she even takes the school children in the audience for. Everything else she says just becomes completely irrelevant.
'Of the four million Jews under Nazi control in WW2, six million died and alas only five million survived.'

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Postby Hannover » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 11:46 am)

Fat, healthy, and well dressed 'survivors'. The picture is a refutation of the laughable claims.

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On May 3, 1945, she and the other women waited in line for hours, only to be sent back to their quarters. Nossbaum later learned they had been lined up to go to a gas chamber, but American forces had cut off the factory's gas supply.

Oh really? The storyline states that all absurd & impossible 'gassings' were stopped by Himmler in Nov. of 1944. Oops.
Where is the US Army's record of 'cutting off the gas supply'? There isn't one.

These "eyewitnesses" / "survivors" moronic words make an irrefutable case for Revisionism. The more they are trotted out (and paid, of course), the more idiotic they look.

This is too easy.

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Postby borjastick » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 11:58 am)

Too easy? My God this is laughable. Auschwitz was liberated on January 27, 1945. Therefore this woman was queing up to be gassed four months after the camp was cleared, was she not?
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Postby Kingfisher » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 12:32 pm)

She wasn't at Auschwitz by then. Pay attention, Borjastick! ;)

She probably isn't "lying". Probably just believed what someone said at the time based on rumours, or a false memory resurrected by the industry. People like her and Zizblatt seem to be a certain gullible and suggestible personality type.

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Postby borjastick » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 2:52 pm)

Where was she then? I don't remember many gas chamber claims at aircraft factories and being an idiot I haven't seen in this report where she claims to be in May 1945. In any case the war was over by then.
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Postby Kingfisher » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 4:44 pm)

Of course it's nonsense B.

I'm in two minds about this. On the one hand if she can get away with this nonsense it's a sad sign of the hold they have. On the other, surely some of the more sceptical kids out there are going to get a bit suspicious.

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Postby Balsamo » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:15 pm)

If this woman really said she was to be gassed in May 1945 she is a bigger idiot than she even takes the school children in the audience for. Everything else she says just becomes completely irrelevant.


Just to add my 2 cents,
She did not say that she was going to be sent to the gas chamber, She said "SHE HAD BEEN TOLD"...which could be perfectly true...So as far as we know about Anneliese, she did not lie so far, as no one knows what she told to the students apart from that. She worked 10 hours a day 7/7 at Auschwitz is certainly true...That a couple of day before the end, they had to wait in line for four hours because no one knew what to do with them is quite plausible. The only lier is the one who abused this poor girl with his gas chamber shit.
Gas chamber or not, i think we can/could/should all agree that she had been through "bad times" during those years. So a little respect would be diserved.

EDIT: Sorry Kingfisher, seems i only repeated what you already said...

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Postby Hannover » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 6:18 pm)

Balsamo wrote:
If this woman really said she was to be gassed in May 1945 she is a bigger idiot than she even takes the school children in the audience for. Everything else she says just becomes completely irrelevant.


Just to add my 2 cents,
She did not say that she was going to be sent to the gas chamber, She said "SHE HAD BEEN TOLD"...which could be perfectly true...So as far as we know about Anneliese, she did not lie so far, as no one knows what she told to the students apart from that. She worked 10 hours a day 7/7 at Auschwitz is certainly true...That a couple of day before the end, they had to wait in line for four hours because no one knew what to do with them is quite plausible. The only lier is the one who abused this poor girl with his gas chamber shit.
Gas chamber or not, i think we can/could/should all agree that she had been through "bad times" during those years. So a little respect would be diserved.

What was said:
On May 3, 1945, she and the other women waited in line for hours, only to be sent back to their quarters. Nossbaum later learned they had been lined up to go to a gas chamber, but American forces had cut off the factory's gas supply.

Sorry Balsamo, your spin doesn't hold water, read the article.

She could not possibly have "waited in line for hours" on May 3, 1945, Auschwitz was 'liberated' in January of 1945.

The woman is a liar and is not deserving of any respect. People have had their lives ruined or died because of trash like her. And whomever 'told her' that "they had been lined up to go to a gas chamber was/is an equally lying piece of trash.

The entire 'holocaust' narrative built upon lying hatemongers like these.

Balsamo has no proof for the impossible 'gas chambers', but defends them anyway.

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Postby Jerzy Ulicki-Rek » 7 years 1 month ago (Thu Sep 27, 2012 10:18 pm)

Call me camel...3 years without water...
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Ingenious holo-storytellers are able to surprise me all the time...Again and again

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2009

William Lowenberg's astounding Holy Hoax tale - Had a magic thirst-quenching pebble, did not drink water, survived on his saliva for 3 years :blackeye:

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Vhat? You don't believe my Holocaust tale?


Another one for the Hall of Fame. It hits 11 of the 12 stages.

This tale is certified kosher from "Telling Their Stories", and archived here :

http://exposing-the-holocaust-hoax-arch ... -hoax.html

in an interview from 2003.

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William Lowenberg

Date: April 3, 2003, San Francisco, California
Interviewers: Oral History Class (whole class group interview), with Howard Levin and Deborah Dent-Samake

Date: May 8, 2003, San Francisco, California
Interviewers: Matthew G. ('05), Marisa S. ('05), Molly K ('05), Jason G. ('05), Eve M. ('05), with Howard Levin and Deborah Dent-Samake

William "Bill" Lowenberg was born in Ochtrup, Germany. He was the only survivor of his immediate family – his father, mother and sister all perished in Auschwitz. His family fled Germany to Holland in 1936 after experiencing an increasing amount of anti-Semitism. Bill's family was sent to the Westerbork concentration camp in Holland in 1942. He was then sent by himself to Auschwitz-Birkenau at the end of 1942 where he stayed until the spring of 1943. He was then sent to the Warsaw Ghetto after the uprising where he was forced to do slave labor destroying buildings, burning bodies and searching for valuables for the German army. From Warsaw Bill was then sent to Dachau and then to the Kauffering camp. He was liberated on April 30, 1945 by the American army. Feeling a great debt to the U.S. Army, Bill later went on to serve in the Army during the Korean War. After starting with only ten dollars in his pocket when arriving to the United States, Bill went on to create a successful real estate company in San Francisco. He now dedicates his life to Holocaust remembrance and education, and is a co-founder of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.


Lowenberg also is now a Freemason in California, and was "one of five
individuals to spearhead the creation of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C."

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Summary of William's tale:

William was only 15 when the evil Germans gathered up William and his family and put them in a box car. The box car went to Auschwitz. William and his fellow Jews would use the dead Jews in the box cars as benches. The Jews would poop on the dead Jews. When the train arrived at Auschwitz, 1/3 of the people had suffocated.

The Nazis gave priority to the trains full of Jews. Trains full of food going to the troops would have to wait, because the Nazis priority was to kill all the Jews.

Dr. Mengele greeted the transports. Mengele had a whip and a white coat. Little William was only 15, but he told Mengele that he was 18. This spared his life, because the Nazis gassed all the Jews who couldn’t work. William had to work by moving rocks from one place to the other, then back again.

The Jews got only 200 calories a day for food. In the morning, they had no breakfast for breakfast –only tea. For lunch, 4 people had to eat a single bowl of soup. The Jews got a slice of bread for dinner. If you didn’t eat your bread right away, the rats would steal it from you.

The camp commander had a motorcycle that he would drive down the main street. He would shoot at anything that moved from his motorcycle. If he saw you, he would use you for target practice.

There was typhus at Auschwitz. A friend, the magician, told William not to drink the water. The friend put a pebble in William’s mouth to make saliva. So William didn’t have to drink any water for 3 years, but was never thirsty. William would clean himself by rolling in the snow.

William saw his own mother, father, and sister go into the gas chamber. The Germans had crews of Jews who would work in the gas chambers. Every 90 days, the Nazis shot the Jews who worked in the gas chamber, because they didn’t want anyone alive to testify about what the Nazis were doing.

At Auschwitz, there was a team of Jews that had wheelbarrows. Every morning the Jews would walk around the fence with their wheelbarrows, and pick up the dead Jews who had died on the electric fence.

Dr. Mengele would perform experiments on the Jews. He castrated the big Jews. He injected animal semen into some other Jews.

One day a wheelbarrow ran over William, and he couldn’t work. So his friend, the magician, hid William in the rafters. The magician would have been killed in the first transport, but the Nazis needed a magician.

Then William and the magician volunteered for a transport that said “Destination Unknown.” The Nazis killed all the Jews at Auschwitz, so William is lucky the Nazis let him and the magician volunteer for this transport. The transport went to the Warsaw ghetto. William worked on the dynamite team. The Nazis made the Jews dynamite the buildings.

Then William built an underground factory. The Jews would pile rocks up 100 feet high and very long. The Nazis poured 4-5 feet of concrete over this mountain of rocks, and then took a firehouse and blew out the rocks underneath. So the Nazis then had an underground tunnel that they built the V2 rockets in.

The Germans made William salvage electrical transformers from the ruins of Warsaw. William and his friends saw diamonds, gold and money lying in the ruins. But they didn’t take any, because you couldn’t eat diamonds.

One Jew traded another Jew, a greenhorn, the diamonds for his bread for 3 days. The Jew who took the diamonds died of starvation. After 3 days.

The Holocaust™ was the biggest money maker ever for the Germans. The Nazis had whole teams of people working in the gas chamber to take the gold from the dead Jews. If you had gold fillings, you were gassed immediately. Then the Nazis sold all the shoes and clothing from the dead Jews to South America. The Nazis financed the war for 2 years by selling the Jew’s gold fillings, and shoes, and clothing. :cheers:

Then the Nazis were going to kill all the Jews in Warsaw, but the resistance leader warned the Germans not to. So the Germans death marched the Jews instead. They made the Jews death march all week. Then the Jews wanted to drink at the river. So the Nazis machine gunned them. They used dogs to get the Jews back into line for the machine guns. The river turned into blood, all red. :alien:

Then the Nazis put the Jews on a train to Dachau. Then they told the Jews they were going to march to Switzerland, but the Nazis fooled them, and death marched them again. William was certain to die on this death march, but the Americans came. Then an American soldier gave William a cigarette. William took 1 puff and fainted. :drunken:

Then William and his friends robbed the nearby German houses and killed the SS men. Then William went to Holland, but the Nazis had stolen all the cows. :bom:

by Yehuda Abraham



Highlights from the interview:

The 15-year old Lowenberg travels to Auschwitz in a box car "like cattle." He's says the German plans of "killing all the jews" even took precedence over the war on the eastern front against the Russians, so the box cars carrying the jews to Auschwitz was given priority over troop transports and supplies for the German Army.

Can you describe the transport from Westerbork to Auschwitz?

When we got to Auschwitz in the box cars from Holland which lasted about a week to get there...and by the way, the Germans were so determined to kill people that while they were fighting a war on the Russian side, in Eastern Europe, the railroads–planes weren't used in those days–the railroads had priority, the boxcars going to Auschwitz had priority on the rail lines to Auschwitz, before the army troops were supplied on the Eastern Front. You can see how obsessed they were with killing people.

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William meets Mengele himself when arriving at Auschwitz:

Then we were in Auschwitz, in Birkenau. Then they started screaming, "Out, out, out," so we went out. And we were standing in line to be selected. You have heard of Mengele, a famous doctor? And he stood in front of the line, there were about eight, nine people in each row, and he said to me, I remember quite well, in German, he said, "How old?" So, for some reason, God made me say 18. I was only 15 but I was chubby, with a coat on. I looked kind of not very thin. And, I said eighteen, and he goes like this [flicks arm to the right]. And, I see people who went, and the others go like that, with his whip [flicks arm to the left]. The ones who went there [left] went on trucks. I figured as I'm standing there, I said, "Why did I lie? Now I have to walk, and God knows how far. These people are all going on trucks. I could have been on the trucks if I didn't lie." But the ones who went on the trucks went to the gas chambers. Out of the four thousand they took about maybe four or five hundred who had to work. And that depended on if they needed a work force.

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He says he saw his parents and sister go to the gas chambers, and that the Auschwitz gas chambers operated 24 hrs a day. He survived on 200 calories a day:

And I saw my parents and my sister marching by, but they were marching into the gas chambers and I was working in front of the building. And I stopped working, I fainted almost, and I was beaten up, I still have scars on my back. Now then we knew that the gas chambers were working 24 hours a day. It went on for years and years until about the end of '44.

The food intake was about 200 calories. You got a piece of bread in the evening. The next morning you got some what they called "tea" with some warm water, whatever color. At lunch you got a bowl of soup and every four people had a bowl, so you never had your own. So four people ate out of the bowl. That was our food. At night the bread you had to eat immediately because if you didn't, either you couldn't keep it all night because the rats would eat it if you had it under your hat, or they would steal it from you, people were so hungry.

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William says the camp commander would ride on his motorcycle on the main street of the camp and shoot at jews for target practice:

The beatings were horrible with the dogs, they all had dogs, those Germans, the SS men, the dogs and the beatings. I remember the camp commander–that I remember vividly–had a motorcycle and he used to go on the main street of the camp in Birkenau. He had a pistol in his hand and anything he saw moving, human beings, he shot, he used you for target practice. Life was absolutely, totally worthless to these people. That I remember.

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According to Lowenberg, if you got sick or injured at Auschwitz, you were immediately gassed. One time he was injured by a whellbarrow and "hid in the rafters" of the barracks by his magician friend:

Did you ever get sick at Auschwitz?

If you got really sick you go to "Barracks 13" they called it, and the next day you'd be gassed. I once got run over by a lorry, they called it—you know, one of those wheelbarrows, those heavy double wheelbarrows—and I was destined to go to "Barracks 13." My friend again, the magician, he hid me in the rafters in his barracks and shared his food with me. That's when we got out. He said, "We're getting out of here." And we volunteered, he volunteered me and him on a "transport unknown," I don't know if I talked about it [before]. He says, "Either we go on the 'transport unknown' and we'll get killed tomorrow morning or we really go to somewhere," because they did take people out of Auschwitz for work details and other factories, other cities, wherever. "And if we stay here, we'll be dead in three weeks anyhow or maybe next week. So, let's take a chance. There's no one who gets out alive out of Auschwitz." And I was in the rafters up there and we went on this transport, and that's how we got to Warsaw because it was "transport unknown" but nobody told us where we were going. We were in the boxcars about two, three days then, we were in Warsaw seeing the ghetto burning.

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When doing work outside the camps, William claims he saw diamonds, gold, valuable artwork, and money just lying in the streets or in the rubble of the bombed out buildings. But he didn't take any of the valuables because "you couldn't eat money or diamonds":

We always saw money on the streets constantly. People just lying there. Valuable art, whatever art people had. And money on the streets, sure, diamonds and gold. We found them in the rubble sometimes, on the dead bodies. What are you going to do with it? You can't eat a piece of metal, you can't eat diamonds. That didn't mean anything, there was no value. That's why there's no one who came out of the camp who brought any value with them because there was nothing, we didn't have anything. And you couldn't use it, it wasn't trading material.

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Lowenberg says the Nazis financed the war, extending it by two years, from selling all the gold tooth fillings, shoes, and ratty old lice-infested clothing from the "six million holocuasted jews." William forgot about the "five million" holocausted non-jews. Maybe they didn't have gold fillings or clothes that were re-sellable. He says that all jews who had gold fillings were immediately sent to the gas chambers:

And let's remember one thing, the biggest money maker for the German government was the Holocaust because we take six million people, they have wedding rings, they have gold teeth, they have clothing, they have money in their pockets, a little bit, and then all these buildings to demolish. That was the biggest moneymaker. I would venture to say that the Second World War would have been finished within a year and a half to two years had it not been for the Holocaust because that financed the Germans. That's why you hear today about all this gold they took to Switzerland. That's why the insurance companies, are the biggest thieves on earth because they sold the insurance companies [policies], and people came after the war and said, "My father had insurance, I know that." They said, "Where's your death certificate?" Well Auschwitz didn't give death certificates. So, this is still going on now.

The Holocaust was the biggest money making event for the Germans. If you had gold fillings, you were destined to be killed immediately because there were whole teams who did nothing else in the gas chambers after the Germans gassed them to take the gold out. Bags, and bags, and bags of gold. And the clothing – six million people, there're six million shoes. That's a lot of shoes for a country. The clothing, they sold them all over the world including South America. This was a big, big money making event for the Germans. That extended the war, in my opinion, by probably two years. Nobody talks about it but believe me.

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Lowenberg claims at Auschwitz the Germans castrated men and injected semen from animals into the women:

The men they did castrations, a lot – middle size, regular size, big size – they castrated men and they had the worst time, they couldn't live much longer. I knew quite a few who were picked. They picked certain individuals who looked like they were "macho-macho" or whatever. They castrated and injected them. But the women were worse. In Auschwitz it was prevalent, big operation, what they did to women there you can't even talk about what they did to them. Inject them with semen from animals, you name it. Anything you can think of that you wouldn't want to talk about, they did it the people.

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After being "liberated" from Dachau by the American Army, Lowenberg and his friends murdered every German guard they could get their hands on:

Damn right. Were we angry? Yeah, all of that. We didn't kill anybody. German guards yes, we killed all we could find the German guards who had done it to us, but not German civilians.

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What did you do the first day you were liberated?

[...]

Then all of a sudden the Americans came with the tanks. We had to scream at them, "Don't touch the wires!" because the wires were all high voltage – 2000 volts of electricity. Then they had to bring in the Corps of Engineers to take the electricity off those wires. Then they opened up. I got out with about five or six of us immediately and we took over a German barracks and we killed a bunch of Germans – the SS, the guards. I could walk at that time, not all could. We then were told we had to get back in the camp because the American army knew there was a typhoid epidemic and other diseases at that point. They closed the camp up again, but they gave us food. They were very good.

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Lowenberg was a vice-chairman of the founding of the Holy Hoax Museum in Washington, D.C.:

Have you kept in contact with your liberators?

No. Except some twenty years ago – no, it's not, it's ten years ago, pardon me – when we opened the museum in Washington – some of you may have seen it, the Holocaust Museum, I was the vice-chairman of it – we invited some people who had liberated the camps.

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William says he rolled in the snow to keep clean:

I remember more in Warsaw, which was the same situation, but we had a long period of snow there, because it's colder in Poland. I used to sneak out, and others too, sometimes, whenever we could and go out in the snow and roll ourselves in the snow, and wash ourselves down with the snow. If you had enough strength, you did that, as long as the Germans didn't see that. But if you didn't have enough strength, people died because of hygiene. Hygiene, to me – and I talk about it even outside of this milieu – people don't realize how important hygiene is. It saved my life.

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His magician friend tells him to put a pebble in his mouth to avoid having to drink the water at Auschwitz:

Someone was interviewing you and they asked, "What was your will for staying alive?" You responded that you "kept clean."

What was your reason?

Good question. I happen to believe very strongly in hygiene which I learned from my mother. She was very clean, I mean "household-wise" scrubbing all of the time and washing all of the time. When I got to Auschwitz somebody said to me, the same friend, he said, "Don't drink the water, the water has typhoid in it." So, what do you do? So he said, "Pick up a pebble," there was a pebble in the street, a little stone pebble. I picked up that pebble, I wiped it and I put it in my mouth. I had it all the way through the camps and that created enough saliva that I didn't get dehydrated. But we never drank the water there was an enormous amount of typhoid. The other thing, which was very prevalent, that's why a lot of people died, too, because of the type of food we got and the water we drank, diarrhea was a big killer.

[...]

The other thing that saved me, probably - there was - the water had typhoid in it. We knew that. By having that you also got immediately - and it happened a lot - a lot of people had diarrhea. My friend - the one I mentioned, the magician again - he had some experience, and he said, "Don't drink the water." What do you do? Cause you need [water]. He said, "Pick up a pebble." I picked up a pebble off the street, a little stone. I had that stone for three years. I had it in my mouth, all day long. It activated my saliva gland. He taught me that. That's why I never got that thirsty. That helps. Why do you think you guys take to chewing gum, right? What's the reason you take chewing gum? To activate your saliva gland, but they don't tell you that. They tell you it tastes good. It's because you activate your saliva gland. It's probably healthy. I don't like chewing gum, it's personal, I don't know, it doesn't mean anything to me. But young people, you see it more than older people. That pebble saved my life, I believe, because I didn't drink the water. If you drank the water you got typhoid and there was lots and lots of typhoid. Hygiene. I feel very strong about that.


Did you keep the pebble?


No, I lost it. When the war was over, we were liberated, I wanted to get rid of everything that reminded me of it. No. I wish I had. I thought about it. I wished I kept that pebble. It was a little stone and it worked. Others did too, I wasn't the only one. But not everybody did, apparently. :bootyshake: :bootyshake: :bootyshake:

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