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'German Crimes in Poland' online ... really

Postby Hannover » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sun Mar 20, 2005 10:37 pm)

Tom Moran said in another thread:
Gee, I never knew there was a separate archive for the nonsense put out by the Main Commission for the Investigation of German Crimes in Poland. Boy, would revisionists have a field day sifting through that. Nevertheless they did put out a publication called 'German Crimes in Poland' and with the right connections you can still get a copy.

No copy needed, here it is online.
http://www.ess.uwe.ac.uk/genocide/gcpolindex.htm
Who said the judeo-supremacists were smart? Read this thing, it's so absurd and bizarre it boggles the mind. For a warm-up, we have these:

- vol. 1, p.49-50 - at Auschwitz ,prisoners were forced to sing vulgar German songs such as ‘O du mein Bubikopf’ or ‘Im lager Auschwitz war ich zwar so manchen Monat so manches Jahr’. Jews were forced to sing ‘O du mein Jerusalem’. The choir was often directed by a Catholic priest. Any that couldn’t speak German or sing well were ordered to sing in a crouched or lying position and then were beaten while singing. After singing they were trained in gymnastics. They were also ordered to climb trees, if the tree broke, they were beaten.

- vol. 1, p.54 - a son was ordered to drown his own father after the father had fallen in a ditch, the son was then ordered drown by other Jews in the same ditch

- vol. 1, p.55 - Soviet prisoner were forced to do gymnastics, in the nude

- vol. 1, p.58 - prisoner were given salads to induce thirst, a corpse was found holding the liver of a dead companion...he died while devouring the liver

- vol. 1, p.60. A giant Jew was kept especially for killing people...he prowled XI block looking for victims

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Postby Kiwichap » 1 decade 4 years ago (Mon Mar 21, 2005 2:42 am)

Hey, Hannover, those Germans were worse than I thought! Doing things like that.

While growing up I heard of one particularly sinster Commandant from some obscure camp.

He had all the Jews muster up out in the cold wet winter one Monday, after laundry day.

And Said to them:

"Today I have good news and bad news".


The Good news is:

"Today is the yearly change of underwear."

The bad news is,

Hut 1 will change with Hut 2.


But your post shows they were much more sinister than anything I could imagine.

Have you checked out this site?

http://dss.ucsd.edu/~lzamosc/gmoreinf.html

Whats with the Interrogation of Eichmann?

http://dss.ucsd.edu/~lzamosc/chelm06.htm

Come on brain boxes, I want to Know!

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Postby DaveDundee » 1 decade 4 years ago (Mon Mar 21, 2005 2:57 am)

http://www.ess.uwe.ac.uk/genocide/gcpolindex.htm

http://www.ess.uwe.ac.uk/genocide/gcpol7.htm

p.270
by a non-commissioned officer F. P. 16265 on December 12, 1941, to Elisabeth Hedergott, Primanerallee 19, Berlin N. O. 55.
"Spotted typhus is raging in the Prisoners’ Camp. Out of the 6,000 prisoners transferred to us in October only 2,500 are alive. Appalling misery. Medical staff - one doctor and three assistants - also sick. Lack of people for carrying out the dead. They are scattered everywhere among the sick, on the berths, on the ground, on the threshold, in a word - on every available spot. Medicines are entirely lacking. Every week cases of cannibalism are reported. Of late three dead bodies have been eaten".

Typhus killed 3,500 out of 6,000.

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Postby TMoran » 1 decade 4 years ago (Mon Mar 21, 2005 5:46 am)

As to my saying
Nevertheless they did put out a publication called 'German Crimes in Poland' and with the right connections you can still get a copy.


Hannover recalls:
No copy needed, here it is online.
http://www.ess.uwe.ac.uk/genocide/gcpolindex.htm
Who said the judeo-supremacists were smart? Read this thing, it's so absurd and bizarre it boggles the mind. For a warm-up, we have these:


I'll be darn, I completely forgot about that. When you're into this 'hobby' for so long and you come across so much stuff it's hard to keep track of it.

In addition to just a few of the absurdities recalled by Hannover one section of the book goes on about the millions unto zillions of Jews and Ukranians deported or exported to Germany for labor.

I believe the book also says they started up Chelmno again in the early part of 1945. Has a two or three page description of the mobile bone crushing machine. Lots of other reckless stuff. The whole book is totally reckless. There are a lot of dim wits in the believers corner. Hold the book up in front of more sophisticated propagandists, like Bauer or Hilberg and it would be the same as holding up the cross to a vampire.

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Postby TMoran » 1 decade 4 years ago (Mon Mar 21, 2005 6:22 am)

Did I say the book 'German Crimes in Poland' said they resumed operations a Chelmno in 1945? I checked it out and it says they resumed operation in 1944 and into Jan. 1945.


Until the spring of 1942 the remains were buried in large common graves, one of which measured 270X9X6 metres (885X30X20 ft.). .

p.115

In the spring of 1942 two crematoria were built, and after that, all the dead were burnt in them (and the bodies previously buried as well).

Details about the furnaces are lacking, for the investigator could find no witnesses who had been in the wood in 1942 or 1943. Those who lived near had only noticed two constantly smoking chimneys within the enclosure.

The furnaces were blown up by the camp authorities on April 7, 1943. Two new ones were, however, constructed in 1944, when the camp activities were resumed. The witnesses Zurawski and Srebrnik, and the captured gendarme Bruno Israel, who saw them in 1944, describe them as follows:

They were built deep in the ground and did not project above its surface; and were shaped like inverted cones with rectangular bases.

...

As to how many railway-trains arrived during the whole time of the camp’s existence, investigators found that the extermination activities at Chelmno lasted from December 8, 1941, to April 9, 1943. From April, 1943, till the final "liquidation" of the camp in January, 1945, strictly speaking the camp was not functioning-the total number of transports in this period amounting only to 10, bringing approximately 10,000 people.


So, as we have it with later accounting, the Germans had murdered millions at other places then realized they better dig them up and cremate them in later 1943 to cover up the crimes but then in 1944 they restarted Chelmno -?

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Postby TMoran » 1 decade 4 years ago (Mon Mar 21, 2005 6:50 am)

Get a load of this from the book 'German Crimes in Poland'. The boggy moor of Auschwitz.

I. The geographical, geological and climatic situation of the Camp

p.27

The small, provincial Polish town of Oswiecim is situated far from the main railway centres and the more important lines of communication. It has grown famous not only in Poland but in the eyes of the whole world because of the German concentration camp called officially "Konzentrationslager Auschwitz", situated in the suburbs of the town.

The little town has about 12,000 inhabitants, and is situated 286 km. southwest of Warsaw, and 50 km. west of Cracow.

Oswiecim lies on the crossroads from East to West. Although it is close to the Tatra Mountains and the Gate of Morawy, a water shed of the Danube, Wisla and Osdra (Fig. 1) Oswiecim is situated on particularly flat, and even hollow ground, without any declivity.

It is sufficient to look at a topographical map (Fig. 2) to see that the place where Oswiecim is situated and the centre of the camp is like the bottom of a flat basin with no regular slope for draining away water. It is encircled by a series of fishponds, which permeate the whole land with damp, mist and mud.

The earth at the bottom of the basin is impervious to water owing to its geological structure, (Fig. 3) consisting of a 60 to 80 metres thick layer of marl, at the bottom of the basin. The surface consisting of sand and pebbles is always muddy, due 40 its underlying substances. Besides, the quality of this stagnant water is very bad due to the rotting of organic substances which poison the air. It could be improved only by in-

p.28

stalling very expensive purifying works. For all these reasons, Oswiecim and its surrounding are not only damp but also abound with malaria and other diseases, which endanger human life.

II. The beginnings of the Camp and its development.

Already in the first part of 1940 the Nazi authorities had organized a concentration camp in a part of the suburb of Oswiecim - Zasole, the so called Owsianka. ... The lack of technical and housing facilities and the fact that the vicinity of Oswiecim corresponds in its geological and climatic conditions with the type of the "Dachauer Moos", with unlimited, constantly quaggy and damp moorland, dim with fog, situated on the heights of Bavaria to the North of Munich, proves, that the choice of Oswiecim for a place of punishment was not accidental, but that, on the contrary, Dachau became the topographioal model for the Nazi places of execution. Such places as Dachau and Oswiecim, in the opinion of Prof. Romer. were avoided by life for thousands of years, as death kept watch there. The German authorities used the climate and geographical character of Oswiecim with premeditation in their criminal design.

p.29

Numerous orders of the command of the Garrison SS in Oswiecim, have proved that the fact that the climate and water were poisonous was known to the camp authorities. Dr. Ing. Zunker Professor of the University of Wroc aw (Breslau) investigated the qualities of the water in the camp at Oswiecim (by order of Himmler) and stated in a writtten report of the 26th. III. 1941 (p. 22) that the water used in Oswiecim was not even suitable for rinsing the mouth (...nicht eirimal zum Mudspülen verwendet werden kann).

This statement was handed by the Berlin Centre (Der Reichsführer SS, Amtsgruppe C) to the authorities of the camp at Auschwitz, who forbade all the SS men to use this water without boiling, for drinking and washing the kitchen utensils; giving as a reason that the use of such water was most dangerous and might cause most serious infection. In many other orders the SS men were instructed to take different precautions, with a view to avoiding malaria and typhoid fever. All these measures were thought over and applied to maintain the good health standard of the camp SS personel. Nothing of the kind was done for the prisoners.

The sanitary conditions in which they lived were during the whole time of the existence of the camp disastrous, ruining the health of the prisoners, and causing among them a high rate of mortality. The huts which served as a prison and were overcrowded were considered by the camp authorities as a hotbed of infectious disease. The authorities ordered the members of the SS staff, when escorting the prisoners, to keep away from them because of the danger of infection. Order Nr. 3/43 of the 14th II 1943 isolated the SS men who were in direct touch with the prisoners in separate buildings, where they underwent a daily disinfection (order Nr. 15/43 of the 7th VII 1943). Motor-cars were disinfected after each journey carrying prisoners or their clothing (Order Nr. 8/43 of the 20th IV, 1943).


According to that the Poles in the town and surrounding farm lands must have built up an immunity to the deadly atmosphere of Auschwitz. Then too, we might assume, any mass cremation pits dug would start to take on water immediately as they were being dug. But then again with Holocaust physics, wet bodies could be cremated with wet wood in standing water. And what about the SS not being able to touch the prisoners out of fear of catching some disease? Did they all have on surgical masks and rubber gloves?

No wonder later Holocaust 'historians' shied away from using this book as a source. And just think, it should have been and should be considered most reliable since it was put out so close to the time of the alleged events. Ouch, some Holocaust stuff is about as menacing to the health of the story as the above description was for the prisoners.

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Postby ClaudiaRothenbach » 1 decade 4 years ago (Mon Mar 21, 2005 11:27 am)

Here is one of these famous cremation pits: http://www.remember.org/jacobs/LongPit.html.
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In 1944, when the four Birkenau Krematoria could no longer keep pace with the rate of destruction, some 20,000 bodies a day were burned in this, and other pits. They were approximately 100 m. long.


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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 4 years ago (Mon Mar 21, 2005 12:55 pm)

The ground is absolutely leeping in water, there are even some sort of rushes growing. It is not exactly a pit is it? More like a pathetic rabbit scratching. Why is it that this so-called pit can be seen now, but was invisible after the war and not investigated and used as evidence during the show trials?

The only way cremations could have taken place in the methods described and in such an environment would have been if piles were utilised and driven in.

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Above: Culled animals being lowered onto the fuel pyre

During the foot and mouth, only around 200/250 carcases were burnt at any given time, they raised the pyre 'out' of the ground and used no pit's, but built a hearth out of tons of wooden railway sleepers and lorry loads of coal (not coke, as that is useless.)


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