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Burning bodies in open pits after gassing
This is a cut off of the original "photo" (Uwe Walendy proofed that is is partlially a drawing). See here:
http://www.codoh.com/found/fndgcffor.html and here:
Here is an enlargement of the dead bodies under the man with the two ellbows:
This debunking part was cut away by Wiesenthal.
In Pressacs book "The Crematories of Auschwitz" the painting/photo is even bigger. There you can clearly recognize that the poles of the fence are not the Auschwitz type poles (there are many photos of the Auschwitz fence on the SWC site).
Nowadays it is easier to fake photos with Adobe Photoshop.
Enter http://wiesenthal.org and klick "take me back". Then choose the wiesenthal-version of March 3, 2000 to get to the old page. Klick twice "Multimedia 'Learning' Center", then Antisemitism and the Final Solution/Places/Death Camps/Poland/Auschwitz-Birkenau/Photos, and there you have it. Including the smoke!
Here are the results of Hotzenplotz's instructions:
The above is a page of small photos, scroll down about 3/5 of the page. On the left column, you can see the photo, with the smoke.
Just click on the photo. You will see the new photo without(!) the smoke!
We already know the Wiesenthalers are liars, but are they really this incompetent?
Where's evidence that SWC faked the photos?
I have to question the sincerity of a question like this. What do you think, someone spilled a cup of coffee on the original picture before posting it?
Why is it so hard to believe the Wiesenthal Center are lying? If not, can you come up with a reasonable explanation how the 'smoke' appeared?
And then, maybe you can explain why the picure WITH smoke is up there, but when you click on it, an enlargement appears WITHOUT smoke.
Simon Wiesenthal's KZ Mauthausen, 1946, p. 64.
The caption reads:
The Marquis de Sade would have been in ecstasy if he could have seen the gallows in a KZ [concentration camp]. His faithful successors the SS-hangmen had daily execution fever. It provided some variety, beyond the eternal, monotonous shootings and beatings. Something one could photograph with pleasure. They placed bets for rounds of beer on how long the offender could hold out. He must not die too quickly. When he threatened that, he was bound, and when he had somewhat recovered, it continued ... to the greater glory of the devil!
LIFE magazine (June 11, 1945, p. 50) photograph showing captured Germans commandos being executed by Americans.
Some of "Simons" many awards:
Diploma of Honor of the Internationale of the Resistance, Brussels
Dutch Medal of Freedom
Medal for Freedom of Luxembourg
Needle of Honor of the Austrian Resistance Movement
Diploma of Honor of the League of the United Nations
Doctor honoris causa of Hebrew Union College, New York, New York, U.S.A., 1974
Doctor honoris causa of Hebrew Theological College, Skokie, Illinois, 1976
Creation of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Los Angeles, California, 1977
Annual Award of Merit of the Decalogue Society of Lawyers, Chicago, Illinois, 1978
Diploma of Honor of the City of Los Angeles, California
Diploma of Honor of the State of California
Diploma of Honor of the Organization of the Jewish War Veterans, U.S.A.
Honorary Member of the French Institute de Recherches de Psychotherapie
Jean-Moulin-Medaille, Medal of the French Resistance
Honorary Member of the Dutch Resistance
Honorary Member of the Danish Association of Freedom Fighters
Decoration of Honor for the meritorious Action of liberating Austria
Commander of Oranje- Nassau, given by Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, 1978
Commendatore de la Republica Italiana, given by Italian President, Mr. Pertini, 1979
Honorary Citizen of Dallas, Texas, 1979
Henrietta Szold Award of the Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc.
Honorary Citizen of Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Justice Louis Brandeis Award of the Zionist Organization, U.S.A., 1980
United States Congressional Gold Medal, presented by President Carter in the White House, Washington D.C., 1980
Jerusalem Medal, presented by the Town Council of Jerusalem, Israel
Medal of Honor of the Yad Vashem Foundation, Jerusalem, Israel
Proclamation of the City of New York - Solidarity Day with Simon Wiesenthal, March 31, 1981
Doctor honoris causa, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., 1981
Commandeur de l'Ordre Pour le Merite, Luxembourg
David Award, Swiss Jewry Prize for outstanding achievements
Doctor honoris causa, Colby College, Waterville, Maine, U.S.A., 1982
Doctor honoris causa, John Jay College, New York, New York, U.S.A.
Member of the International Council of Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, Israel
Honorary Citizen of Miami Beach, Florida, U.S.A., 1983
Gold Medal of the Union of Jewish Congregations in Austria
Honorary Citizen of Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A., 1984
Honorary Citizen of Shelby County, Tennessee, U.S.A.
The Assembly, Senate, and Governor Mario M. Cuomo of the State of New York declared June 13, 1984 as "Simon Wiesenthal Day"
Great Medal of Merit from the President of the German Federal Republic, 1985
Grand Silver Honorary Medal for merits from the County of Vienna, presented by the Mayor, Dr. Helmut Zilk, 1985
Knight of the Honorary Legion of France, presented by the President of France, 1986
Honorary member of the Vienna University of Applied Arts, 1989
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Award, Middleburg, Netherlands, 1990
Honorary honoris causa, University of Vienna, 1990
Honorary President of the Austrian League for Human Rights, 1991
Doctor honoris causa, Ohio Weseleyan University, Delaware, U.S.A., 1991
Otto-Hahn-Peace-Medal, German Society of the United Nations, Berlin, 1991
Erasmus Prize, Amsterdam, 1992
Award of LAPID - The Movement to Commemorate the Implications of the Holocaust in Israel, 1993
Austrian Cross of honor of the Sciences and Arts, Vienna, 1993
Honorary member of the Academy of Science, Laibach, Slowenia, 1994
Human Rights Award of the Karl-Franzens- University, Graz, Austria, 1994
Commander's Cross of the Order "Polonia Restituta", Warsaw, Poland, 1994
Ring of Honor of the City of Linz, Austria, 1995
Commander's Cross of the Order of Merit, Luxembourg, 1995.
All raise your glass to celebrate Simon, "piece of shit of the the century!"
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