Etty Hillesun, Dutch writer deported to Auschwitz

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Etty Hillesun, Dutch writer deported to Auschwitz

Postby EtienneSC » 1 week 6 days ago (Tue Oct 02, 2018 3:57 pm)

Does anyone have any knowledge of Dutch writer and diarist Etty Hillesun (1914-43), who seems to be presented as a kind of grown up Anne Frank:
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etty_Hillesum
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etty_Hillesum
http://www.amisdettyhillesum.com/Anglais/biography.html
"Etty" is a version of her first name Esther. She is said to have died soon after being deported from Westerbork in the Netherlands to Auschwitz in Upper Silesia. She learned Hebrew and was a member of the Zionist youth. She heard of the Germans having killed 700,000 Jews from British radio on June 1942

German and English Wikipedia say that she was murdered on 30 November 1943, but gives no source. Another cite mentions the Red Cross, but nothing more exact.



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Re: Etty Hillesun, Dutch writer deported to Auschwitz

Postby Hektor » 1 week 4 days ago (Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:16 am)

EtienneSC wrote:....
German and English Wikipedia say that she was murdered on 30 November 1943, but gives no source. Another cite mentions the Red Cross, but nothing more exact.


That's so typical for "Holocausts" biographies. No shred of evidence, but they claim that he or she was murdered. That alone should make one suspicious.


Here is how that works:
geboren 1914-01-15 Middelburg
overleden 1943-11-30 Auschwitz
"Overleden" means she died (no proof for that is given neither)
Then later in the text:
Ze werd nog hetzelfde jaar op 30 november in Auschwitz vermoord.
"vemroord" means murdered.
They are good at changing the story on the same page, even if that's done quite subtle, but when virtually always fail to give anyconcise evidence.


When cornered they'll shift the burden of proof:"But what happened to her, if she wasn't gassed", skipping the part that people deported to the East would later fall behind the iron curtain. That's if they didn't emigrate at same time, possibly under a new identity with new names and new papers.

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Re: Etty Hillesun, Dutch writer deported to Auschwitz

Postby Hannover » 1 week 4 days ago (Thu Oct 04, 2018 11:06 am)

Hektor:
When cornered they'll shift the burden of proof:"But what happened to her, if she wasn't gassed", skipping the part that people deported to the East would later fall behind the iron curtain. That's if they didn't emigrate at same time, possibly under a new identity with new names and new papers.

You can shut up that illogical inquiry by asking for proof that they are 'missing'.

And of course, the hammer:
'But "historians" say they went to enormous mass graves, the locations are supposedly known, yet we see no claimed human remains.'

And even rabid Zionists like Spielberg shot the story in foot,
from: https://robertfaurisson.blogspot.com/20 ... oving.html
After the war, many Jews stayed in Europe and many others scattered throughout the world, settling in nearly sixty countries. So it was that in the late 1990s the teams put in charge by Steven Spielberg of gathering survivors’ testimonies had to go to nearly sixty different countries to record the said testimonies on video (see also a related article in the French daily Libération of November 3, 1999, p. 36). Finally, in the present day, the Jewish population of Israel is close to … six million (!);
And let's not forget the primary rule of jurisprudence, the burden of proof: https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/burden-of-proof

- Hannover

Revisionists are just the messengers, the absurd impossibility of the 'holocaust' storyline is the message.
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Re: Etty Hillesun, Dutch writer deported to Auschwitz

Postby EtienneSC » 1 week 1 day ago (Sun Oct 07, 2018 4:38 pm)

She appears to be a real person, at least there is a research centre with manuscript material and probably other information.resources; http://www.ehoc.nl/nagelaten-geschrifte ... 1941-1943/
(You can translate the Dutch into English automatically)

However, concrete information about her is harder to find. There is a lack of original documents online, save for the diary itself. Even Yad Vashem is vague, where usually they are precise. There is a great deal written about her, including a journal Etti Hillesun Studies:
http://www.ehoc.nl/etty-hillesum/bibliografie/

If I have time, I will get a copy of the published diary which may have more information.


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