This one is another dead give-away for fraud:
http://www.fpp.co.uk/Himmler/interrogat ... G1294.html
alleged English translation text:
? Hippel: I had a few hundred Russian personnel at Jena, and received orders in April to send them to Kahla [in Thuringia]. It became known only afterwards that those people were all to be gassed there. There were about 18,000 men at Kahla . . . The 550 men with us marched off under the command of a Hauptmann and the necessary escort, but came back in the evening because the business in Kahla was not to be started. Those Russians had noticed something or other and some of them broke away and came . . . back , wringing their hands and begging to be allowed to fight to the last; they wanted to die as soldiers. The next morning but one -- the last morning I was still in communication with Jena -- it was reported that the people had been marched off again to Kahla. I don't know whether they came back again. I presume not. They were all to be driven into those caves there, they were to be gassed and then blown up.
Student: Who issued that order?
? Hippel: The SS.
?: But not Himmler?
? Himmler himself.
? It must be a fairly old order?
? Hippel: No, it was only issued in April.
- We allegedly have Himmler ordering gassings in April '45 while the standard storyline says that he ordered gassings stopped ca. November '44...ofcourse, neither order has ever been found
- the actual recordings that the British allege have never been produced...only alleged text
- Irving himself notes that the Americans occupied the site on April 13. There were no reports of an exploded cave with gassed Russians inside.
- Interesting that Hippel states:
It became known only **afterwards** that those people were all to be gassed there.
But wait! I thought there was an explicit Himmler order, yet Hippel only knew afterwards?
Then 'afterwards' would mean after the war's end and the myth of gassings had been fully developed.
You gotta love this:
Those Russians had noticed something or other and some of them broke away and came . . . back , wringing their hands and begging to be allowed to fight to the last; they wanted to die as soldiers.
Right, the Russian soldiers would break free and then return to their captors....absurd.
These alleged 'recorded conversations' continue to appear, well....not kosher.
See my other posts on these bogus conversations:
http://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?t= ... 97b0206e25