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Why wasn't Anne Frank Sent to Theresienstadt? / 'where they went'

Postby David M » 6 months 6 days ago (Tue Mar 13, 2018 12:52 am)

A very large number of deportees transported out of the Westerbrook camp were not sent to Auschwitz but to Bergen-Belsen or
Theresienstadt. The following is a list of transports from Westerbrook from February 1, 1944.
Neither Theresienstadt nor Bergen-Belsen were alleged to have been "Extermination Centers." Holocaust Believers have yet to explain
why people supposedly all sentenced to death were sent anywhere but Auschwitz.
Yet, clearly the Germans making choices sending people to one of three different camps.

Amazingly, Holocaust Believers have managed to avoid researching the issue. But we can make a guess based on some known information.
The Franks were discovered on 4 August 1944 during a police investigation of a food coupon forgery ring based at Prinsengracht 263
The Franks were sent to Westerbrook on August 8, 1944.
They were deported to Auschwitz on September 3, 1944
At the end of October or the beginning of November 1944, Margot and Anne Frank are transported out of Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen.
The adults were left in Auschwitz.

http://www.holocaust-lestweforget.com/w ... edule.html


1 February 1944 908 Bergen-Belsen
8 February 1944 1015 Auschwitz
15 February 1944 773 Bergen-Belsen
25 February 811 Theresienstadt
3 March 732 Auschwitz
15 March 210 Bergen-Belsen
25 March 599 Auschwitz
5 April 240 Auschwitz
5 April 289 Theresienstadt
5 April 101 Bergen-Belsen
19 May 453 Auschwitz
19 May 238 Bergen-Belsen
3 June 496 Auschwitz
31 July 213 Theresienstadt
31 July 178 Bergen-Belsen
3 September 1019 Auschwitz The train the Frank Family was on.
4 September 2087 Theresienstadt
13 September 279 Bergen-Belsen

Otto Frank was involved in several illegal activities when he was discovered. He had structured an illegal straw man to control his business,
he seems to have engaged in Black Market activities, a food coupon forgery ring was based at his business, and the family had dodged a labor call up. He was obviously a shady character and a petty criminal. The Germans treated him as such in Westerbrook,
"After a few hours of traveling, the train arrives at Westerbork in the northeast of the Netherlands. The prisoners are registered and divided among the different punishment barracks. Prisoners who did not voluntarily report to the German authorities when they received their call-ups, but went into hiding instead went to these punishment barracks. There are barracks for men and women."
http://www.annefrank.org/en/Anne-Frank/ ... esterbork/

Perhaps, the Germans distinguished between the deportees based on their record? Minor Criminals like Otto Frank were sent to Auschwitz (where he survived btw.) Anne and Margot should have been sent to Bergen-Belsen (except for their association with Otto Frank) and that is where they
were sent once their status was sorted out.
In any event, the Westerbrook train records pose a significant challenge to Holocaust Believers. Clearly the Germans were making choices about who to send where. So far the Believers have avoided any honest research.



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Re: Why wasn't Anne Frank Sent to Theresienstadt? / 'where they went'

Postby Hektor » 6 months 6 days ago (Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:03 pm)

David M wrote:.....
Otto Frank was involved in several illegal activities when he was discovered. He had structured an illegal straw man to control his business,
he seems to have engaged in Black Market activities, a food coupon forgery ring was based at his business, and the family had dodged a labor call up. He was obviously a shady character and a petty criminal. The Germans treated him as such in Westerbrook,
"After a few hours of traveling, the train arrives at Westerbork in the northeast of the Netherlands. The prisoners are registered and divided among the different punishment barracks. Prisoners who did not voluntarily report to the German authorities when they received their call-ups, but went into hiding instead went to these punishment barracks. There are barracks for men and women."
http://www.annefrank.org/en/Anne-Frank/ ... esterbork/

Perhaps, the Germans distinguished between the deportees based on their record? Minor Criminals like Otto Frank were sent to Auschwitz (where he survived btw.) Anne and Margot should have been sent to Bergen-Belsen (except for their association with Otto Frank) and that is where they
were sent once their status was sorted out.
In any event, the Westerbrook train records pose a significant challenge to Holocaust Believers. Clearly the Germans were making choices about who to send where. So far the Believers have avoided any honest research.

Weren't Anne and Margot also send to Auschwitz first, not gassed, and then sent to Bergen Belsen? Otto Fank got sick in Auschwitz, but was medically treated. He was released after the Soviets got there.

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Re: Why wasn't Anne Frank Sent to Theresienstadt? / 'where they went'

Postby David M » 6 months 5 days ago (Wed Mar 14, 2018 12:43 am)

Hektor wrote:Weren't Anne and Margot also send to Auschwitz first, not gassed, and then sent to Bergen Belsen? Otto Fank got sick in Auschwitz, but was medically treated. He was released after the Soviets got there.

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It seems the National Socialists were pioneers in the field of recycling. The Browns were the first Greens.



Correct and correct. Anne Frank and her family is an example which contradicts Holocaust Belief.

But a more significant refutation of Belief is all those trainloads of people sent from Westerbork to Bergen-Belsen or Theresienstadt
in 1944.

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Re: Why wasn't Anne Frank Sent to Theresienstadt? / 'where they went'

Postby borjastick » 5 months 3 weeks ago (Mon Mar 26, 2018 6:25 am)

Why? because the Germans wanted to keep families together, where possible, so if Frank senior had to go to Auschwitz so too did the kids.
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