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Remembering Dachau - Pvt. Eberhart

Postby Moderator » 1 decade 3 years ago (Mon Apr 24, 2006 7:49 pm)

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Someone should be there on this particular Holocaust Remembrance Day (how many are there now?) to ask Dee Eberhart about Lt. Jack Bushyhead, a US Army officer responsible for the machine murder of 520 unarmed German POWs the day Dachau was liberated. The acting commandant had surrendered the entire camp. So Lt. Bushyhead had invalids frog marched out of the camp SS hospital, lined them up alongside the guards against a wall, and had them all shot on the spot. They might also want to ask Mr. Eberhart exactly how the three Dachau ovens he saw were used to "kill masses of people."

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Remembering Dachau
By JAMES JOYCE III
YAKIMA HERALD-REPUBLIC

GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic

Dee Eberhart saw firsthand the horror of the Dachau concentration camp
in World War II. Eberhart was a private first class in the 42nd
Infantry Division, which liberated the camp April 29, 1945. He will speak for Holocaust Remembrance Day at Central Washington University on Monday.

As a 20-year-old, Dee Eberhart lived through something that would
change his outlook forever. Though the experience lasted only a few hours, the images remain vivid in his mind nearly 61 years later.

Eberhart, now 81, served as a first scout in France, Germany and
Austria from 1944 through 1945 with the U.S. Army. On April 29, 1945, his platoon was attached to the 1st Battalion 222nd Infantry for the attack
against Munich, Germany. It was in the late morning or early afternoon of
that day when the soldiers arrived at a large SS compound and
concentration camp complex in Dachau, Germany.

There, Eberhart recalls seeing "a lot of visible atrocities." He
remembers seeing thousands of dead bodies stacked up, three ovens used to kill masses of people — mostly Jewish — and the aftereffects of torture.

"For a guy that thought I was pretty hardened to combat, to stumble
onto the mess at Dachau, I wasn't ready for that," he said in a recent
telephone interview from his Ellensburg home.

Eberhart participated in the liberation of the brutal Nazi
concentration camp in southern Germany, where an estimated 32,000 people were killed.

On Monday evening, Eberhart, a 1943 graduate of Toppenish High School
and Central Washington University professor emeritus of geography, will
share his experience and provide some analysis on the Holocaust before
a group at CWU on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day.

"I will try to give not just personal war stories, but try to illustrate my particular take on what happened during the 20th century, which is
in my mind without a doubt the most awful century in history," Eberhart
said.

His talk will look at three elements of the Holocaust: the rise of the
Nazis, the victims and the Allies.

But before Eberhart provides his perspective, Ariel Jacobson, the
president of Central's Jewish student organization, will give a brief
history of the Holocaust and the day of remembrance.

The Holocaust refers to the systematic killings of 6 million Jews and
millions of non-Jews by Adolf Hitler's Nazi Germany between 1933 and
1945.

"People always think that something like the Holocaust only happens
once," Jacobson said. "The idea is to learn from the past. Things like the
Holocaust, on a smaller scale, do still go on."

Jacobson said Eberhart's perspective will be valuable for her,
especially because she's from a Jewish community and most of her knowledge comes from survivors.

"It will be really interesting to get a different perspective," she
said. "Most people who want to know about the Holocaust ask survivors. But when you're seeing it from the soldiers' perspective, you are getting
more of an overall picture of what was going on.

"They saw firsthand the conditions that their fellow human beings were
going through."

The event is free and open to the public. Event organizers are hoping
to attract people who want to learn more about what actually happened
during the war.

"The best way to not have it repeated is to get educated about it,"
Jacobson said.
Only lies need to be shielded from debate, truth welcomes it.

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 3 years ago (Mon Apr 24, 2006 9:04 pm)

There, Eberhart recalls seeing "a lot of visible atrocities." He remembers seeing thousands of dead bodies stacked up, three ovens used to kill masses of people," mostly Jewish ” and the aftereffects of torture.

"For a guy that thought I was pretty hardened to combat, to stumble onto the mess at Dachau, I wasn't ready for that," he said in a recent telephone interview from his Ellensburg home.

What visible atrocities? Typhus victims which couldn't be cremated due to lack of fuel?

How could this guy know they were 'Jewish'? Oops.

Ovens used to kill? Laughable rubbish. Ovens killed no one. They were used to cremate those who died of disease.

Aftereffects of torture? No, effects of typhus.

Yes, Dachau was a mess; there were no supplies and typhus was rampant. Typhus was commonplace throughout much of Europe at that time. Illegal Allied air attacks on supply & medical transports had a lot to do with it.
Eberhart participated in the liberation of the brutal Nazi concentration camp in southern Germany, where an estimated 32,000 people were killed.

There is absolutely no evidence for this assertion. None can be presented.
But before Eberhart provides his perspective, Ariel Jacobson, the president of Central's Jewish student organization, will give a brief history of the Holocaust and the day of remembrance.

IOW, the president of Central's Jewish student organization will open the propaganda session with mandated hatemongering dogma which Jews insist must be adhered to or you will suffer. The article reads like something describing a communist 'education' camp.
"People always think that something like the Holocaust only happens once," Jacobson said. "The idea is to learn from the past. Things like the Holocaust, on a smaller scale, do still go on."

Jacobson said Eberhart's perspective will be valuable for her, especially because she's from a Jewish community and most of her knowledge comes from survivors.

"It will be really interesting to get a different perspective," she said. "Most people who want to know about the Holocaust ask survivors. But when you're seeing it from the soldiers' perspective, you are getting more of an overall picture of what was going on.

What 'survivors' is she talking about? The ones that tell embarrassing and utterly impossible tales? The ones that Revisionist simply debunk one after the other?

Notice who's doing all the talking here, Ariel Jacobson, the
president of Central's Jewish student organization.


I suggest that our readers search 'Dachau' at this forum. The entire Dachau 'death camp' tale has been exposed for the fraud that it is.
ex.:
http://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?t=2313

also see:
The Liberation of the Camps: Facts vs. Lies
http://www.ihr.org/leaflets/libcamps.shtml

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Postby Juan » 1 decade 3 years ago (Tue Apr 25, 2006 9:32 pm)

Most 1940's american soldiers were illiterate juvenile brutes who looted, raped and murdered civilians, and now, post-facto, justify those crimes and get free drinks by telling dumb stories about being "witnesses to the Holocaust" (that being an impossible thing as, according to the current standard version of the myth, it happened in Poland, Russia and the Baltic states).

The irony in all this is, the only proven war crime in Dachau was commited by them, by cowardly executing dozens of resting soldiers.

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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 3 years ago (Wed Apr 26, 2006 3:06 am)

Most 1940's american soldiers were illiterate juvenile brutes who looted, raped and murdered civilians


A great many still are, and what's worse is that they fight under the banner of Zionism.

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Postby Charles Krafft » 1 decade 3 years ago (Wed Apr 26, 2006 3:40 am)

Date:Tue, 25 Apr 2006 00:35:48 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Your Dachau Story
To: [email protected]

Dear James Joyce III,

A friend at the AP office in Seattle sent me your
story below. I've been to Dachau myself and you might
be surprised to learn that no one was ever gassed
there. In fact, according to the German archives at
Arolson, the number of Jews who died between 1933-1945
in Dachau is relatively low. Probably no more than
5,000. On the day Dee Eberhart arrived with
the U.S. Army only 2,500 of the 32,000 prisoners
liberated were Jewish.

I doubt that Mr. Eberhardt (or his handlers) mentioned
this to you, but American Lt. Jack Bushyhead, (a full
blooded Cherokee Indian) was responsible for the
machine gun murder of 520 unarmed German POWs that
day. There was a hospital at Dachau full of wounded
men from Danish, Hungarian and German Waffen SS
divisions. Lt. Bushyhead had them dragged from their
beds, lined up against a wall alongside the camp
guards, and shot on the spot after the commandant of
the camp had surrendered it. He was never prosecuted.
One version of the story and some pictures of this
atrocity are here:

http://www.humanitas-international.org/ ... iberation/

Despite it's veracity, what I have just told you would
be considered "Holocaust denial" in Israel, Germany,
France, Austria, Romania, Belgium, The Netherlands,
Czech Republic, Switzerland, Poland, Slovakia and
Spain. Holocaust "denial" jurisprudence is an Alice In
Wonderland world where the truth is not admitted as
evidence. Revisionist historians Ernst Zundel, David
Irving, Germar Rudolf, and Sigfried Verbeke are
currently sitting in Austrian and German jails for
either uttering, or publishing information that
contradicts the official story established at Nuremburg
over 60 years ago. They have never denied that many
thousands of Jews were killed by the National Socialist regime.

The holocaust is the only event in human history in
which the facts about it are being determined by fiat (law)
and not free inquiry. You have contributed to the
imposition and perpetuation of the disinformation
surrounding these events with your predictably
misleading propaganda about the liberation of Dachau.

Sincerely,

Charles Krafft
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