No one doubts that there were thousands of babies born there, many books and articles have been written, a few shown here, about this phenomenon. What is amazing is that the holocaust poster boy, Auschwitz, was supposed to be the ultimate death camp and yet it had a hospital where all these births took place.
The holocaust view is that most if not all these new born children were killed immediately after they were born.
Babies who were born in the camp were thrown into the trash, drowned in a bucket of water or, most commonly, killed with an injection of phenol to the heart.
Read more: https://forward.com/news/317798/i-was-b ... -the-tale/
Surely if a baby was to be killed at birth then the mother too would be deemed usless and killed prior to giving birth. IOW why did the SS even allow pregnant mothers time to live and give birth?
In this case the book and story is about a Catholic woman who was sent to Auschwitz and who gave birth there.
https://forward.com/news/317798/i-was-b ... -the-tale/
https://www.jewishbookcouncil.org/book/ ... e-and-hope
No Auschwitz tale would be complete without Dr Mengele popping up and this is a belter.
Dr. Josef Mengele would squeeze their breasts to see if any milk leaked out. Those discovered were either sent to their death or were used for genetic testing.
So here is my query which I would appreciate some help with.
If 3000 children were born in Auschwitz, and we know for a fact that hundreds at the very least survived and grew up, what does that say for the extermination camp theory and have these children said much about what they were told in later life by parents about the camp etc?
The fact that babies were born there gives the lie to it being a death camp, along with it having a hospital and maternity unit and staff.