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Re: Aktion Reinhardt Camps / Holo. Controversies Debunked Again!

Postby borjastick » 1 year 11 months ago (Fri Jun 08, 2018 1:33 am)

Everything Harrison said about this place could easily be applied to their web site. They could happily ignore this place simply because they have nothing to offer in support of their crazy holocaust claims that would stand up to more than 30 seconds of discussion.

The arrogance of the lunatic zionist.

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Re: Aktion Reinhardt Camps / Holo. Controversies Debunked Again!

Postby Hektor » 5 months 1 week ago (Mon Dec 23, 2019 4:12 pm)

Werd wrote:Jonathan Harris does not discuss the six references to Georg Leibbrandt that appear in TECOAR and the upcoming Einsatzgruppen book. He apparently deals with the newest, seventh one, found in the Italian edition of the Einsatzgruppen book. ....
What would Harrison say? That back in 1941, they went overboard, Loshe tried to step in, was rebuffed and then by 1942, a new stance was taken which contradicted Leibbrandt's from 1941?


Given that Georg Leibbrandt is of some importance, the following one can read in his wiki article:
Leibbrandt was kept in Allied internment from 1945 to May 1949. In January 1950, he was formally charged with involvement in the destruction of Jews, by the Nuremberg Landgericht. The case against him was dismissed on 10 August 1950 and he was released from custody.

He then returned to America and resumed his earlier studies on the subject of the Russian Germans, making expert contributions to the Association of Germans from Russia (the Landsmannschaft der Deutschen aus Russland, which might be literally translated as the "Cultural Association of Germans from Russia") until his death in Bonn on 16 June 1982.

They charged him for "involvement in the destruction of Jews", but dismissed the case, before this went to court. He also could travel to the US without any problem.

This is what the IfZ released on/from him:
https://www.ifz-muenchen.de/archiv/zs/zs-0636.pdf

However it doesn't seem that any historians were interested in interviewing him during the last 30 years of his life.


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