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3000 babies born in Auschwitz. Where are they now?

Postby borjastick » 8 months 1 week ago (Sat Mar 09, 2019 3:37 am)

I'm interested in the issue concerning the facts about the 3000 babies, perhaps more, who were born in Auschwitz, a death camp.

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?
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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.
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Re: 3000 babies born in Auschwitz. Where are they now?

Postby Rogal Dorn » 8 months 1 week ago (Sun Mar 10, 2019 2:44 am)

I am interested in how many of these 3000 babies had Catholic mothers and how many Jewish.

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Re: 3000 babies born in Auschwitz. Where are they now?

Postby Hektor » 8 months 1 week ago (Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:06 am)

Rogal Dorn wrote:I am interested in how many of these 3000 babies had Catholic mothers and how many Jewish.

I'd be interested into more background information on this as well.

We'd need to have access to the archives and documents then?!
I'll try to get the text of the book referred.

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Re: 3000 babies born in Auschwitz. Where are they now?

Postby Hannover » 8 months 1 week ago (Mon Mar 11, 2019 11:03 am)

Yeah sure, knowing the exact numerical breakdown would be interesting, but highly irrelevant.

We know without a doubt that there are / were Jews who openly stated that they gave birth and also witnessed new born Jews. We know that pregnant Jews were even transferred OUT of "death camp" Auschwitz. Recall that it is claimed 'the Germans tried to kill every Jew they could get their hands on.' Not.


Those facts alone shred the narrative that Auschwitz was a "death camp" were 'Jews went in and never came out'.

Starting in May 1944, thousands of Hungarian Jewish women were transported to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, but were then transferred to one of the eleven Kaufering sub-camps of Dachau, which were located near Landsberg am Lech in Germany. Seven of the Hungarian women, who were pregnant, were put into the "Schwanger Kommando," in one of the eleven Kaufering sub-camps in December 1944. All seven of the mothers gave birth to healthy babies in February 1945.
Hungarian Jewish women with their babies at Dachau, May 1945
http://www.scrapbookpages.com/DachauScr ... abies.html

Pregnant Jews transferred out of Auschwitz, further debunk the ridiculous claims



An "extermination camp" where thousands of Jews chose to stay behind when the Germans left.

An "extermination camp" where most of the inmates, more thousands, chose to leave WITH the Germans.

An "extermination camp" where 1,250,000 human remains are supposedly buried, but no one can show us these remains.

An "extermination camp" where the absurdly alleged homicidal 'gas chambers' could not have worked as alleged, as proven repeatedly, scientifically impossible.

An "extermination camp" where many Jews gave birth.

An "extermination camp" where fake 'gas chambers' were "reconstructed" AFTER THE WAR.

An "extermination camp" where detailed aerial photos of the period show nothing that is alleged to have been happening.

An "extermination camp" where there are even obvious, laughable attempts to tamper with aerial photos that make a mockery of the fake storyline.
Auschwitz Aerial photos, tampered with to fit the fake story:

An "extermination camp" where there are countless Jew "survivors".

An "extermination camp" where so called "survivors" say the most impossible and conflicting things that do not hold up to scrutiny, would be laughed out of a legit court of law.

- Hannover

No alleged human remains of millions in allegedly known locations to see, no 'holocaust'.
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Re: 3000 babies born in Auschwitz. Where are they now?

Postby Lamprecht » 8 months 1 week ago (Mon Mar 11, 2019 12:42 pm)

https://forward.com/news/317798/i-was-b ... -the-tale/
This Baby Was Born in Auschwitz — and Survived

Barbara Puc is a survivor of Auschwitz, yet she has no memory of ever having been there.
Germans treated pregnant women and newborns living in this section of the camp less harshly than in the other ones. They were given a little bit more food, sometimes even milk. Infants were registered in a registry book, which has survived until this day and holds records of 378 babies having been born. These privileges, however, were very short-term; the vast majority of these mothers, and those of their children who were not murdered soon after birth, perished not long after in the gas chambers.

In fact, thousands of babies were born in Auschwitz, the vast majority of whom the Nazis killed virtually upon their emergence from the womb. In Poland, at least, Puc (pronounced Putz) is today the only known survivor able to represent and tell her own story of birth and survival as she heard it from her own mother.
But because of her pregnancy, Anna was sent to a different barrack than the rest of the women. She eventually went into labor in November 1944 and gave birth to Stefania. The new mother was so exhausted that for the next two weeks she couldn’t move. An old Russian woman cared for her child, bringing the baby girl to her mother for breastfeeding once a day.
Above is one name "Barbara Puc"

Another baby born at Auschwitz, whose life was spared because... he was born on Hitler's birthday!
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