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alleged Auschwitz ashes to be buried in Melbourne

Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Mar 05, 2004 8:34 pm)

Note that there is no information indicating the source of these alleged ashes. Were they ashes which the Germans routinely sent to families of those who died of disease or natural causes in the labor camps?

If these ashes had been recovered from alleged Auschwitz 'killing fields', then why is there no excavation of the area? What 'killing fields' are they talking about? Certainly a massive ash pit that would substantiate a part of the story would be important evidence for the heretofore unsupported assertions about Auschwitz and the other 'death camps'.

Then notice how they slid in nonsense about Treblinka.

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http://www.ajn.com.au/pages/current-pap ... al-02.html

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Auschwitz ashes to be buried in Melbourne
BRANDON COHEN

ASHES recovered from one of the Holocaust’s worst killing fields on behalf of Melbourne’s Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre in the late 1980s will finally be “laid to rest” next month at Springvale cemetery.

Actress Ann Morell, now Morell-Crawford, and her husband Glen Crawford, originally from Melbourne, brought the Auschwitz ashes, now contained in a small rectangular box, back to Melbourne at the request of the museum’s inaugural president, the late Aron Sokolowicz.

The couple had visited the Elsternwick museum to obtain contacts for a documentary they were planning to make on Polish children’s writer Janusz Korczak — who ran an orphanage for 200 Jewish children in the Warsaw Ghetto before they subsequently perished in Treblinka — when Sokolowicz handed them a letter requesting the ashes.

According to a report in the Sunday Age last week, Morell-Crawford and her husband carefully hid the box of ashes in their luggage and undertook an arduous journey through Europe and back to Australia.

“At that time, when the Berlin Wall was up and Eastern Europe was under communism, the border guards regarded any westerner with paranoia,” Morell-Crawford told the Sunday Age. “Believing something as sensitive and precious as the ashes would be confiscated, buried under miles of red tape or we would be detained, we smuggled them over various checkpoints.”
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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Mar 05, 2004 10:27 pm)

Here they are, the "ashes".

1,500,000 allegedly murdered & cremated at Auschwitz and this is what they show us.
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Melbourne Jewish Holocaust Museum president Shmuel Rosenkranz holds the box containing the Auschwitz ashes.

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