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Shoes found in Polish forest

Postby tyger » 4 years 1 month ago (Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:47 am)

The Daily Telegraph carried an article about the recent discovery of Jewish prisoners' shoes in the forest close to the Stuthoff Concentration Camp. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/poland/11941125/Hundreds-of-pairs-of-shoes-of-Nazi-prisoners-discovered-in-Polish-forest.html

I wonder how a shoe, that has been there more than 70 years, managed to find itself lying on top of a branch and partially decomposed leaves?

Hundreds of pairs of shoes of Nazi prisoners discovered in Polish forest
Unnoticed for decades, shoes and clothes belonged to Jewish and Polish prisoners have been discovered near the former Stutthof Nazi concentration camp

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Experts are unsure as to why the Nazis dumped the shoes

By Matthew Day, Warsaw

6:48PM BST 19 Oct 2015

The remnants of hundreds of pair of shoes and clothing believed to have once belonged to Jewish and Polish prisoners have been discovered in a forest beside the former Stutthof Nazi concentration camp.

Scattered across hundreds of square yards of forests and sometimes to a depth of 1ft the remnants include children’s shoes, belts and pieces of the striped uniforms once worn by the victims of a camp that claimed the lives of an estimated 85,000 people.

“It’s disturbing, and it safe say there are hundreds of square metres of forest carpeted with the soles and other bits of shoes,” one witness told the TVN 24 television news network.

The camp, which now lies in a part of northern Poland that once formed part of Germany, had a brutal reputation. It supplied slave labour to the Nazi war machine, and was also the site of Nazi experimentation into making soap from the fat of some of its thousands of victims.

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The remnants are scattered across hundreds of square yards

“I’ve been working here 30 years and none of the employees have ever heard of these items lying in the forest near the museum,” said Danuta Drywa, head of archives at the museum. “There are items that may have belonged to concentration camp prisoners.
“To define exactly what kind of shoes they are, how old they are and what country they came from will need specialised testing.”

It is unclear why the shoes went unnoticed by the museum and the Polish authorities for the decades that have passed since the end of the Second World War.

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The former Stutthof Nazi concentration camp

One possible explanation is that the museum only occupies a small patch of the area that Stutthof once covered, and during its operation the camp expanded and contracted according to the needs of the manufacturers that used the prisoners so the forest may once have been part of the facility.

Ms Drywa also speculated that the shoes may once have lain in the camp’s rubbish tip.

Experts are also unsure as to why the Nazis dumped the shoes. As a rule guards stripped the prisoners’ of their footwear when they arrived at the camp and gave them wooden clogs instead.

The good shoes were then be passed onto the German population.

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Re: Shoes found in Polish forest

Postby Hannover » 4 years 1 month ago (Wed Oct 21, 2015 10:37 am)

This story is real whopper.
Excerpts with my comments follow.
Experts are unsure as to why the Nazis dumped the shoes.
Who says the 'Nazis' did?

Scattered across hundreds of square yards of forests and sometimes to a depth of 1ft the remnants include children’s shoes, belts and pieces of the striped uniforms once worn by the victims of a camp that claimed the lives of an estimated 85,000 people.
Now how is it that some can be buried a foot deep while others are merely laying on top of the ground? Did some crawl to the surface?
Why aren't the "striped uniforms" shown?
There is zero proof that 85,000 died at Stuthof, zero.
If that were the case then why aren't we seeing the human remains of the phantom 85,000 instead of laughable shoes?

It’s disturbing, and it safe say there are hundreds of square metres of forest carpeted with the soles and other bits of shoes,” one witness told the TVN 24 television news network.
No it's not. Just because some claimed "witness" says so? And "witness" to what?
"Hundreds of square metres of forest carpeted with the soles" are curiously not shown, just claimed.

The camp, which now lies in a part of northern Poland that once formed part of Germany, had a brutal reputation. It supplied slave labour to the Nazi war machine, and was also the site of Nazi experimentation into making soap from the fat of some of its thousands of victims.
All sides in the war used so called "slave labor", recall the Japanese Americans forced into US concentration camps*, recall the Soviet gulags, etc.
* http://listverse.com/2014/10/25/10-sham ... nternment/

Then we see the thoroughly debunked 'human soap' lie that even arch racist-Zionists reject:
"The soap rumor was prevalent both during and after the war. It may have had its origin in the cadaver factory atrocity story that came out of World War I. The soap rumor was thoroughly investigated after the war and proved to be untrue.
The fact is that the Nazis never used the bodies of Jews, or for that matter anyone else, for the production of soap."

- Deborah Lipstadt, Nazi Soap Rumor During World War II, Los Angeles Times, May 16, 1981, p II/2
Ouch!

I’ve been working here 30 years and none of the employees have ever heard of these items lying in the forest near the museum,” said Danuta Drywa, head of archives at the museum. There are items that may have belonged to concentration camp prisoners.

It is unclear why the shoes went unnoticed by the museum and the Polish authorities for the decades that have passed since the end of the Second World War.
Never heard of them and never saw them after seven decades. Yes, very "unclear", very staged.

To define exactly what kind of shoes they are, how old they are and what country they came from will need specialised testing,

Indeed, shoe leather supposedly buried and / or resting upon the ground surface for a claimed seven decades that has not been decomposed is simply impossible.

- Hannover

The 'holocaust' storyline is one of the most easily debunked narratives ever contrived. That is why those who question it are arrested and persecuted. That is why violent, racist, & privileged Jewish supremacists demand censorship. What sort of truth is it that crushes the freedom to seek the truth? Truth needs no protection from scrutiny.

The tide is turning.
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.


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