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Auschwitz's first inmate dies at age 88

Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Thu Feb 26, 2004 3:59 pm)

Yet more evidence against 'death camps / gas chambers', behold another 'survivor'.

Comments invited.
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excerpt:
I have no idea how I survived it all," Ryniak told the Polish news agency PAP in a 1995 interview. "Where did I get the strength?"


http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2004 ... niak_x.htm
Auschwitz's first inmate dies at age 88
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Stanislaw Ryniak, the first person imprisoned at the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz, has died. He was 88.
Ryniak died of unknown causes and was buried Friday at the Osobowicki cemetery in Wroclaw, the Auschwitz Museum said Wednesday. No exact date of death was given.

Ryniak was arrested by the Nazis in his hometown of Sanok, in southern Poland, in May 1940 and accused of being a member of the Polish resistance. He was 24 at the time.

He arrived at Auschwitz on June 14, 1940, together with hundreds of other Polish political prisoners on that first train of inmates.

Numbers were tattooed on the prisoners' arms in the order of their arrival. The first 30 numbers were given to German criminal prisoners who would serve as camp guards.

Ryniak's number was 31, making him essentially the first inmate.

In 1944, Ryniak was transported to the Leitmeritz work camp, in what is now the Czech Republic, where he was subjected to hard labor until the end of the war.

Upon his release, he weighed only 88 pounds.

"I have no idea how I survived it all," Ryniak told the Polish news agency PAP in a 1995 interview. "Where did I get the strength?"

The Nazis, who set off World War II by invading Poland in September 1939, built the Auschwitz camp in the southern city of Oswiecim in 1940 for Polish prisoners. They soon expanded it to include the Birkenau complex and began interning hundreds of thousands of European Jews.

Some 1.5 million people, mostly Jews, died at the camp, either in its gas chambers or from disease and starvation.
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Postby Spartakus » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Feb 27, 2004 10:11 am)

I'm very surprised this individual did not write a book of his experiences. One thing is certain. If you were Jewish, had the tattoo on your arm and were in a concentration camp, the temptation would be irresistable to write a lurid, gory and blood-curdling account of your experiences. The fact that what you wrote was entirely made up was irrelevant. You were a 'survivor' and you could rest assured no one would cross-check your information or enquire about the validity of your claims. Hell, if I was Jewish, had a tattoo (maybe even had myself tattoo'd at the tattoo parlour down my street) and had been interned during the war, I'd do the same thing. What an easy way to gain some measure of fame and make a pile of money in the meantime. I might even win the Nobel Prize! :wink:

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Postby adtc » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sat Mar 13, 2004 11:25 pm)

As Hans Schmidt noted in his book "Endtimes,Endgames", a great many former German soldiers who survived the Soviet POW camps, died in their early 60-s. That's what malnutrition, and everything that comes with it does to your organism. He meant that as a contrast to the fact that a great many "Holocaust survivors" lived well into their 80-s.
The attached photo is from the book "Das Schicksal der deutscher Kriegsgefangenen" (The Fate of the German POWs) by Ludwig Peters, p.224. The caption reads - one of the countless cases of "Trocken-Dystrophie", in the so-called "repatriation camp" Tambov. I am not sure of an English medical term, but "trocken" means "dry", here it probably means "emaciated".
It is noteworthy that this drawing is NOT from a POW camp, it was taken several years after the war! The German POWs continued to be held as slaves by the Soviet regime well into mid- and late-50s. Incidentally, more than 70 thousand POWs at Stalingrad were murdered in the first couple of days by endless marches without food or water in bitter cold. Only some 18,000 made it to the POW camp, many more died later. Less than 6,000 made it home.
Tell me about criminal regimes!
During English naval blockade of Germany, which started after the armistice and continued into the Versailles negotiations, almost a million people died, mostly babies, small children and elderly. I think miscarriages have been counted as a part of that death toll. The blockade was imposed to force Germany to agree first to the terms of the armistice and then to the Versailles "treaty". Those who survived the blockade, had such a damage inflicted to their health that many men, for example, simply could not conceive. The adoption program Lebensborn was designed to make up for that.
Incidentally, I highly recommend the book "Endtimes...". Probably the most comlete contemporary account of the activities of the organized Jewry. Holohoax business is brilliantly described, with a great many tall tales. (inquire at [email protected])

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Postby TruthSeeker » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sat Mar 13, 2004 11:35 pm)

I might even win the Nobel Prize!

Oh yes!! Most definitely!!!! The Nobel PEACE Prize, to be exact!! Especially if you make such a statement as:

"There is a time to love and a time to hate; whoever does not hate when he should does not deserve to love when he should, does not deserve to love when he is able. Perhaps, had we learned to hate more during the years of ordeal, fate itself would have taken fright. The Germans did their best to teach us, but we were poor pupils in the discipline of hate....Every Jew, somewhere in his being, should set apart a zone of hate - healthy, virile hate - for what the German personifies and for what persists in the German. To do otherwise would be a betrayal of the dead."

I mean the guy was just being realistic!!! After all, he's a VERY realistic man... :D

I've learned SO much from this man.... I didn't even know hate could be healthy!!! :shock:

Credit goes to Mr. Elie "My lies have been exposed" Wiesel. :lol:

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Postby Spartakus » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sun Mar 14, 2004 12:40 am)

I thank both of you for your replies. Maybe you should know that this forum is very strict about staying 'on subject'. Any posts that veer even slightly from the so-called 'Holocaust' will be deleted by the monitor. This, I have noticed, has restricted postings to a small group of individuals who have possession of quite a lot of facts and figures and the latest information on holocaust developments. While this is fine, in my opinion, it restricts the level of comment and debate and the expression of new and novel revisionist opinions. I have not posted in a while for this reason as I simply do not have a wealth of facts and data with which to work. The forum name, I should think, should be changed to "Holocaust Revision Forum" not "Revisionist Forum" as that implies a much broader range of topics and opinions within the whole issue of the holocaust, WW1, WW2 etc. that are acceptable. The current framework is very restricting to me because I feel the holocaust cannot be viewed strictly in one dimensional terms but within the framework of a much more diverse context. If you guys feel differently all well and good but I simply wanted to let you know how I view this place.

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Postby TruthSeeker » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sun Mar 14, 2004 1:27 am)

Well I am no "expert" on the "holocaust", but I've read a lot of material on it. Read Germar Rudolf's Dissecting the Holocaust. It should prove to be very helpful in understanding some of the claims they make. There's a lot of material on the web, it's just a matter of having the time to read it. Also very interesting books by Arthur Butz, Carlo Mattogno, and Jürgen Graf.

And for some of the claims that "survivors"/"witnesses" have made:

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http://www.remember.org/witness/

That's a very interesting website, it also ties in to the topic of this thread, i.e. the surviving inmates' accounts...

Other websites to check out:
http://www.zundelsite.org
http://www.codoh.com
http://www.ihr.org
http://www.revisionists.com

And of course, the VERY informative material on this forum. :D The search feature is great. I've learned a lot by reading the posts on here.

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Postby Moderator » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sun Mar 14, 2004 1:32 am)

This Forum is about 'holocaust' Revisionism, that is clearly stated up front and the specific guidelines are given.
Any posts that veer even slightly from the so-called 'Holocaust' will be deleted by the monitor.

Not quite correct. I allow some drift, but to a point (see guidelines). It's really a matter of how far it goes before the topic of the thread becomes hopelessly blurred. When the thread strays too far afield the main thrust that was intended by the individual initiating the thread is lost.

Having said all of that, your point is well taken, this thread is veering, so let's get back on topic! :)

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Postby adtc » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sun Mar 14, 2004 10:55 am)

I am sorry, when I was submitting my post yesterday, I did not realize that pictures cannot be uploaded to this server. If somebody has a site, where he can place this picture, I can e-mail it. But, I think it is clear enough how an acute case of prolonged malnutrition can look.
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