It says concentration camps have "No release date" - this graphic was probably made in reference to the comments by Congresswoman AOC (See thread for that discussion: viewtopic.php?t=12538)
However, we do know that there are some instances of Jews and other prisoners being released from German concentration camps. I did not find a thread dedicated to this topic, but I think we should have one. I'll post what I have found in a few minutes of searching. If you have any more examples, please post them here.
From the now unavailable blog "winstonsmithministryoftruth"
Hitler orders 36 Jews be released from Auschwitz
Eckart Klessmann, a German historian specialising in 19th century history, and not in anyway a Revisionist
In February 2000 Klessman wrote an article entitled Resistance of the Heart, which appeared in the German newspaper Die Welt (The World)Die Welt - 26 February, 2000Widerstand des Herzens
Die Berliner Demonstration von 1943
Von Eckart Klessmann
Am 6. März 1943 befahl Goebbels, alle jüdischen Männer, die in „Mischehe“ lebten, freizulassen, nachdem er sich der Zustimmung Hitlers versichert hatte . . . Die Demonstration in der Rosenstraße richtete sich ja auch nicht gegen das Regime selbst, sondern bezog sich einzig auf die ihren Frauen entrissenen Männer. . . Nicht nur die 1700 in „Mischehe“ lebenden Juden wurden wieder freigelassen, man holte sogar 36 nach Auschwitz Deportierte von dort zurück. Fast alle Entlassenen haben das Hitler-Reich überlebt.
Resistance of the Heart
The Berlin Demonstration of 1943
by Eckart Klessmann
On March 6, 1943, after first gaining Hitler’s agreement, Goebbels ordered the release of all Jews living in “mixed marriages.”. . . The demonstration in Rosenstrasse was not directed against the regime as such, but was concerned only with the men torn away from their womenfolk. . . Not only were the 1,700 Jews living in mixed marriages released again, they even fetched back thirty-six who had been deported to Auschwitz. Almost all of those released survived the Hitler Reich.
National Socialist Concentration Camps - Legend and Reality3.6. Releases
Large numbers of inmates were released, even after the beginning of the war. According to Polish sources, 5,000 inmates were released from Stutthof concentration camp, while the incredible number of 20,000 inmates were released from the alleged "extermination camp" of Majdanek. The total number of inmates released from Auschwitz is unknown, but must have been considerably high. Danuta Czech, in her Kalendarium, for the period between February 1942 and February 1945 indicates a total of 1,100 released inmates; the very fragmentary release records which have survived, however – records found by C. Mattogno and myself and covering the period between June and December 1943 alone – show almost 300 releases; suggesting that the actual number of total releases must have been far higher. Most of the releases involved educational inmates transferred to Birkenau "work education camp" for 56 days in punishment for violation of their labor contracts (this practice resulted from a Himmler order dated 28 May 1942). Many of these short-term inmates were released in the summer of 1944, at the same time as the alleged mass extermination of the Hungarian Jews. We are therefore supposed to believe that the National Socialists continually released witnesses to their own mass extermination program, so that the witnesses, in turn, could inform the world about German atrocities at Auschwitz! Prior to the evacuation of the camp, the German authorities at Birkenau left 4,299 inmates behind to await the arrival of the Soviets.
Release document of an inmate from Auschwitz-Birkenau camp dated July 21, 1944.
The following PDF is cited in:
How Danuta Czech Invented 100,000 Gassing Victims
Danuta Czech, Auschwitz Chronicle 1938-1945, Tauris, London 1990; German original: Kalendarium der Ereignisse im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau 1939-1945, Rowohlt Verlag, Reinbek 1989; I have posted OCR-processed scans of Czech’s 172 pages devoted to the year 1942 here: https://codoh.com/media/files/downloads ... 42-OCR.pdf.
From the PDF, under January 19 it says:
"38 prisoners are released from the camp."
Under February 10:
"67 prisoners are released from Auschwitz."
"35 reeducation prisoners are released from the camp."
"26 prisoners, including 13 reeducation prisoners, are released from Ibid., pp. 83-85. the camp."
Important Documents Found in Moscow ArchivesAdditional documents unearthed by Graf and Mattogno establish that remarkably large numbers of prisoners were released from Auschwitz. (This is in addition to prisoners who were transferred to other camps.) During just a few days in June and July 1944 alone, 186 short-term prisoners were set free. (Over the entire period of the camp’s existence, there must have been thousands.) Most of these were Poles who had been sentenced to “re-education by labor” at Birkenau for terms of four to ten weeks for breaking employment contracts. After serving their sentences, says Graf, these prisoners returned to their factories. Nothing has so far been published anywhere about these large-scale prisoner releases. As Graf notes, if many tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews were actually killed in Auschwitz in May–June 1944, as alleged, the released prisoners could easily have told the world about it.
What Happened to the Jews who were Deported to Auschwitz but were not Registered There?Factual or documentary proof for a German policy to exterminate Europe's Jews, or for the existence of homicidal gas chambers, simply does not exist. On the contrary, the huge amount of wartime German documents not only provides no proof for the existence of an extermination policy, they point to the contrary. To cite just one example: German wartime documents in the archives of the Auschwitz State Museum in Poland show that 15,706 wartime camp prisoners, nearly all of them Jewish, received medical care at the hospital of the Auschwitz III (Monowitz) camp between July 1942 and June 1944. Of these prisoners, 766 died in the hospital, while the rest of them were released.[note 2] This fact simply doesn't square with an extermination policy.
2. Panstwowe Muzeum w Oswiecimiu (Auschwitz State Museum archives), Syg. DAuI-III-5/1, 5/2, 5/3, 5/4.
From the Records of the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial, Part 8Due to his former membership with the German Communist Party, Wilhelm Dibowski was taken into “protective custody” in May 1939 “for the length of the war,” even though there was no war at that time yet. In January 1941 he arrived at the Auschwitz main Camp, and from the winter of 1941/1942 up to February 1943 he was at Auschwitz-Birkenau, where he had to unload construction material of the Huta Company at the Auschwitz railway station (p. 1007). On May 5, 1943, he was released from Auschwitz, and until the end of the war he worked as a mine worker in Salzgitter (p. 1008).
Jewess admits she was released from Majdanek
Stevia wrote:In chapter 9 (Release From Majdanek, pp. 134-149) of the vile, anti-German hate propaganda book:
THE DEATH TRAIN
A Personal Account of a Holocaust Survivor
By Luba Krugman Gurdus
Walden Press, 1978
The hate filled Jewess author Luba Krugman Gurdus admits that she was actually released from Majdanek.