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"Mass grave of possible Nazi victims uncovered"

Postby Coder62 » 1 decade 1 year ago (Thu Jan 24, 2008 2:38 pm)

See what you think.

I personally think its just another classic attempt to bring the Holocaust back into the public eye.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22803830/
Possible Nazi-era mass grave found
At least 40 bodies unearthed near site of WW II-era German arms factory
The Associated Press
updated 11:04 a.m. PT, Wed., Jan. 23, 2008

BERLIN - At least 40 bodies found in a mass grave in the central German city of Kassel could be the remains of slave laborers from a Nazi armaments factory, a city official said Wednesday.

The first four skeletons were found last week at a construction site at the University of Kassel, said police spokeswoman Sabine Knoell. Twenty-six more were found on Monday and Tuesday, and about 10 more were unearthed Wednesday, she said.

“It could well be that more skeletons will be found,” she said. “We are prepared for anything.”

Some of the remains appeared to have been laid out in rows, although that was not always the case, she said.

According to preliminary examinations by the coroners’ office, the corpses are somewhere between 50 and 100 years old. Knoell would not speculate, however, on whether they could have died during wartime bombing or were possible victims of Nazi crimes.

“But we are, naturally, in contact with historians,” she said.

Site of factory
The area where the skeletons were found was the site of a factory that built locomotives and tanks during World War II, and the Nazis forced thousands of slave laborers to work there, said Kassel archivist Frank-Roland Klaube.

The evidence speaks against them being regular factory workers buried quickly after an Allied bombing attack, he said.

“Among other things, there were no rings or watches found on the corpses,” he said.

It is also known that in other areas of Kassel the SS, Adolf Hitler’s dreaded paramilitary organization, shot and hastily buried other victims in the final days of the war, Klaube said. Still, there have been no reports of mass murders on the site of the new discovery, he added.

Possibly from 19th century
The area was the site of a military hospital until 1870, and it could be that the bodies were people who died there, he said. But that would mean that the bodies are older than is currently believed.

Experts are testing the remains to try to determine how and when they died, Knoell said.

“We are very curious to see what the experts find,” she said. Results are not expected until next week at the earliest.

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 1 year ago (Thu Jan 24, 2008 3:16 pm)

The story is full of nonsense, it debunks itself.
According to preliminary examinations by the coroners’ office, the corpses are somewhere between 50 and 100 years old.

Still, there have been no reports of mass murders on the site of the new discovery, he added.

The area where the skeletons were found was the site of a factory that built locomotives and tanks during World War II, and the Nazis forced thousands of slave laborers to work there, said Kassel archivist Frank-Roland Klaube.

The evidence speaks against them being regular factory workers buried quickly after an Allied bombing attack, he said.

“Among other things, there were no rings or watches found on the corpses,” he said.

Any embedded bullets or bullet holes?

Murdered by the Allies perhaps.

Why would the Germans kill critical wartime labor?

Wearing of jewelry in a metal working factory makes no sense, and probably wouldn't have been permitted.
It is also known that in other areas of Kassel the SS, Adolf Hitler’s dreaded paramilitary organization, shot and hastily buried other victims in the final days of the war, Klaube said.

Oh really? Got proof?

The Waffen SS was hardly 'paramilitary'.

Not a single excavation of claimed enormous 'holocaust' mass graves can be shown, not one. We know why.

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Postby Kiwichap » 1 decade 1 year ago (Thu Jan 24, 2008 10:56 pm)

According to preliminary examinations by the coroners’ office, the corpses are somewhere between 50 and 100 years old.

If they are between 50 & 63 years old, then they were buried after the war.

If they are between 68 & 100 years old, then they were buried before the war.

To be victims of the war, the corpses would need to be between 63 & 68 years old. The headline Possible Nazi-era mass grave found, seems a bit of a long shot to me. I wonder if the coroner can narrow it down a bit?
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Postby PotPie » 1 decade 1 year ago (Thu Jan 24, 2008 11:00 pm)

No rings or watches found on them means they couldn't have been ordinary people? What kind of logic is that? This is also quite confusing, as I recall some alleged Jewish mass grave in the east being exhumed where various items were found on their persons.

Nevertheless, these people will be assumed to be Jews and an appropriate memorial erected.

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Postby ClaudiaRothenbach » 1 decade 1 year ago (Fri Jan 25, 2008 3:58 pm)

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