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Eisenhower's Death Camps the Last Dirty Secret of World War II

Eisenhower's Death Camps the Last Dirty Secret of World War II

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The untold story of Eisenhower's Rhine Meadows Death Camps (Rheinwiesenlager)
- A Deliberate Policy of Extermination of the Surrendered German forces by the Allies in post war Germany.
The untold story of Eisenhower's Rhine Meadows Death Camps (Rheinwiesenlager)
- A Deliberate Policy of Extermination of the Surrendered German forces by the Allies in post war Germany.

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Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945 (part 1) Part 1: basic data
What committed racist Zionist "Americans" in the "American" zone in 1945
Data presented by Michael Palomino (2013)

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Basics about Rhine meadow camps The map
Map of remnant Germany with the Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945 1. Büderich 2. Rheinberg 3. Wickrathberg 4. Remagen 5. Sinzig 6. Siershahn 7. Andernach 8. Diez 9. Urmitz 10. Koblenz 11. Dietersheim 12. Heidesheim 13. Hechtsheim 14. Winzenheim / Bretzenheim (bis 1948) 14. Biebelsheim 15. Bad Kreuznach (bis 1948) 16. Ludwigshafen 17. Böhr-Iggelheim 18. Heilbronn (am Neckar)

Map of remnant Germany with the Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945 [1]

Basics about the Rhine meadow camps in remaining Germany in 1945
General scheme: a meadow and squares in the mud -- Rhine meadow camps were installed according to a unique scheme ([1] 1min. 15sec.) -- basic condition was a village or a town with a railway connection bringing German prisoners of wars there in masses ([1] 1min. 15sec.) -- the walls of the camps were only made of barbed wire and poles ([1] 1min. 15sec.) -- within the camps there were 10 to 20 sectors again separated by poles and barbed wire ([1] 1min. 15sec.) -- normally a camp was installed with a farm lane passing through working as a road through the camp ([1] 1min. 15sec.) -- near houses were occupied for the administration, kitchen or as a military hospital ([1] 1min. 15sec.)

-- latrines, kitchens and military hospitals were installed in May and June first ([1] 2min. 18sec.) -- there was dirt, humidity and undernourishment constantly ([1] 2min. 18sec.) -- the prisoners were forced to suffer in the mud of the meadows in the rain, without any roof having holes in the earth as their houses ([1] 3min. 8sec.) German prisoners of war without anything -- German prisoners of war had to give any soldier's belongings away ([1] 1min. 15sec.) -- German prisoners of war had to built holes in the earth as dwellings for sleeping ([1] 1min. 15sec.) -- Zionist racist propaganda of "Morgenthau group" claimed that all German prisoners of war had been disinfected with DDT against lice and had received much soap and toilet paper not suffering from epidemics ([1] 2min. 18sec.) The guard by the overcharged 106th infantry division - the administration -- the 106th infantry division should take over the organization and the guard of the Rhine meadow camps ([1] 1min. 38sec.) -- the division was topped up to 40,000 members and got more transport units for the transportation of food ([1] 1min. 38sec.) [and also the dead bodies were transported] -- but the transport capacities were too little and the division was completely overcharged with the Rhine meadow camps ([1] 1min. 38sec.) -- Zionist racist propaganda of the "Morgenthau faction" claims that the German soldiers had had an autonomous administration within the Rhine meadow camps, an own leadership in the camps, an own camp police, medical doctors, cooks, working commands and so on ([1] 1min. 38sec.) Considering the documents and the films this is partly a big lie: -- partly own German camp police existed and there were German cooks but they were solidarizing with the "Americans" and ate as much food as they could and let suffer the German captives with hunger and death (an example is Rheinberg camp described by Nowak: Mensch auf den Acker gesät, chapter 19: Arme, kleine Bestie Mensch, p.172-183) -- German medical doctors could hardly work because the criminal allied did not give them medical equipment thus German doctors had to work with pieces of wood cleaning ears (see the example in Rheinberg camp camp described by Nowak: Mensch auf den Acker gesät, chapter 14: Heilkunde mit dem Holzscheit, p.129-140) -- and the lorries and trailers were also used to transport German dead bodies from the Rhine meadow camps to the German concentration camps and the bodies were shown there as Jewish dead bodies and the Zionists made a big propaganda against Germany by this but one can detect the fraud on the Hitchcock films easily that the bodies were German bodies because any tattooed number is missing, any German camp uniform in a zebra design is missing, and also any remnant of earth is missing when the bodies had been digged out. Use of German prisoners of wars -- the "Morgenthau group" claims that politically "unsuspicious" German prisoners of wars would have been released from the camps "after several weeks" ([1] 1min. 58sec.) -- the "Morgenthau group" claims that also "certain professions" were released for the "reconstruction of Federal Republic of German and Democracy", thus "agricultural workers, lorry drivers, miners" ([1] 1min. 58sec.) -- other reports NEVER report such released people for a good purpose but are only reporting mass hunger and mass death ([1] 1min. 58sec.) -- at the end of June 1945 some camps closed already: the camp of Remagen (on the map Nº 4), the camp Böhr-Iggelheim (Nº17) and Büderich (Nº1). This wave of dismissals was stopped then. ([1] 1min. 58sec.) Hardly any food - deprivation of rights of the POWs as Disarmed Enemy Forces (DEF) without any food mass death -- the "Morgenthau group" claims that in April and in May 1945 the food was very irregular and was not enough, but then the nourishment was better step by step ([1] 2min. 18sec.) -- drinking water was with chlorine against epidemics ([1] 2min. 18sec.) According to many testimonies and allied documents in the "USA" the reality about food in the Rhine meadow camps was -- that the prisoners of war got hardly 500 or 1,000 calories per day (Bacque: Other Losses), -- that in "American" camps the "Americans" did not give any food to the German prisoners on Sundays (example: Nowak: camp Rheinberg), -- that "Americans" destroyed food which was given from German civilians outside (Nowak: Rheinberg) or the "Americans" collected the food for German prisoners but then burnt it on a pile (Bacque: Crimes and Mercies) -- "Americans" also shot German civilians who wanted to give food to the suffering German prisoners of war (Bacque: Other Losses) -- and after a while Eisenhower was downgrading the German prisoners of war to Disarmed Enemy Forces (DEF), in August he was downgrading all remnant POWs to be DEFs without any right and without any food leaving them to die (Bacque: Other Losses) -- and this downgrading leaving DEFs without any food provoked a mass death in the Rhine meadow camps of 750.000 Germans in "American" Rhine meadow camps and 250.000 in French Rhine meadow camps (Bacque: Other Losses). Provisional "American" camps in central Germany The more the "American" troops moved further to the east the more camps were installed, also in central Germany and in Austria, but only for "collecting" the German prisoners of war for being shifted to the big Rhine meadow camps then. These camps in central Germany and in Austria were:

Provisional camps of prisoners of war in the "American" zone in central Germany in 1945

from: Kurt W. Böhme, Die deutschen Kriegsgefangenen in amerikanischer Hand; Europa; Munich 1973
Aalen, (Baden-Württemberg), Adelsdorf (Bavaria), Aigen (Bohemian Forest), Alsdorf (North Rhine Westfalia), Altenstadt (Bavaria), Amberg (Bavaria), Ansbach (Bavaria), Artern (district of Halle), Aschaffenburg (Bavaria), Asperg (Baden-Württemberg), Auerbach (Bavaria), Augsburg-Oberhausen (Bavaria), Babenhausen (Hesse), Bad Aibling (Bavaria), Bad Hersfeld (Hesse) Bad Homburg (Hesse), Bad Mergentheim (BadenWürttemberg), Bad Nauheim (Hesse), Bad Reichenhall (Bavaria), Bad Salzschlirf (Hesse), Bad Tölz (Bavaria), Bad Wildungen (Hesse), Bamberg (Bavaria), Bebra (Hesse), Berchtesgaden (Bavaria), Berlin-Lichterfelde, Berlin-Wannsee, Berlin-Zehlendorf, Bischofswiesen (Bavaria), Brilon Bobingen (Bavaria), Bremerhaven-Weddewarten, Bruchsal (Baden-Württemberg), Bruck (Bavaria), Burgau (Bavaria), Burghausen (Bavaria), Butzbach (Hesse), Coburg (Bavaria), Dachau (Bavaria), Darmstadt (Hesse), Ebensee (Upper Austria), Elsenfeld (Bavaria), Ens an der Ens (Austria), Erding (Bavaria), Erlangen (Bavaria), Eschborn (Hesse), Eschwege (Hesse), Falkenstein (Hesse), Feucht (Hesse), Flossenbürg (Bavaria), Frankenberg (district of Chemnitz), Frankenberg (Hesse), Frankfurt am Main Frankfurt-Niederrad (Hesse) Frankfurt-Zeilsheim (Hesse) Frauendorf (Bavaria), Freising (Bavaria), Friesdorf (North Rhine Westfalia), Fürstenfeldbruck (Bavaria), Fürth (Bavaria), Gabersee (Bavaria), Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Bavaria), Gars (Bavaria), Gemünden (Bavaria), Gießen-Wieseneck (Hesse), Glasenbach (Salzburg), Göggingen (Bavaria), Göppingen (Baden-Württemberg), Golling (Salzburg), Gotha (Thuringia), Griesheim (Hesse), Großauheim (Hesse), Haar (München) Haid (Upper Austria), Hallein (Salzburg), Hammelburg (Bavaria), Happurg (Bavaria), Hausham (Bavaria), Heilbronn (Baden-Württemberg), Heimbach (Hesse), Herborn (Hesse), Herrsching (Bavaria), Hersbruck (Bavaria), Hessisch-Lichtenau (Hesse), Hintersee (Salzburg), Hirschberg (Hesse), Hof (Bavaria), Hof-Moschendorf (Bavaria), Hohenbrunn (Bavaria), Hundstadt (Hesse), Ingolstadt (Bavaria), Ipsheim (Bavaria), Kamp-Lintfort (North Rhine Westfalia), Kaprun (Salzburg) Karlsfeld (Bavaria), Karlsruhe (Baden-Württemberg), Katzenfurt (Hesse), Kaufbeuren (Bavaria), Kesterbach (Hesse), Kleinmünchen (Upper Austria), Königstein (Hesse), Korbach (Hesse), Lambach (Upper Austria), Landsberg (Bavaria), Landshut (Bavaria), Langenzenn (Bavaria), Langlau (Bavaria), Limburg (Hesse), Linz (Upper Austria), Linz-Wegscheid (Upper Austria), Lohr (Bavaria), Ludwigsburg (Baden-Württemberg), Maisach (Bavaria), Manching (Bavaria), Marburg (Hesse), Markt Bibart (Bavaria), Memmingen (Bavaria), Mittenwald (Bavaria), Mohlsdorf (Thuringia), Moosburg (Bavaria), Münchberg (Bavaria), Munich, Munich-Allach, Munich-Daglfing, Munich-Freimann, Münster (North Rhine Westfalia) Natternberg (Bavaria), Naumburg/Saale (Sachsen-Anhalt), Neumarkt (Bavaria), Neustadt (Hesse), Neu-Ulm (Bavaria), Nieserroden (Baden-Württemberg), Nürnberg (Bavaria) Nürnberg-Erlenstegen, Nürnberg-Langwasser, Oberdachstetten (Bavaria), Oberursel (Hesse), Oberursel-Hohemark, Ochsenfurt (Bavaria), Ochsenpferch (Baden-Württemberg), Peuerbach (Upper Austria), Planegg (Bavaria), Plankstetten (Bavaria), Plattling (Bavaria), Possenhofen (Bavaria), Pupping (Upper Austria), Recklinghausen (North Rhine Westfalia), Regensburg (Bavaria), Reinhartshausen (Bavaria), Rockenberg (Hesse), Rosenheim (Bavaria), Roth (Bavaria), Salzburg, Salzburg Gnigl, Sankt Gilgen (Salzburg), Schliersee (Bavaria), Schnuttenbach (Bavaria), Schwabach (Bavaria), Schwabmünchen (Bavaria), Schwäbisch-Hall (Baden-Württemberg), Schweiklberg (Bavaria), Stadt Allendorf (Hesse), Stein (Bavaria), Stephanskirchen (Bavaria), Steyr (Upper Austria), Straubing (Bavaria), Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Sulzbach-Rosenberg (Bavaria), Tann (Bavaria), Teugn (Bavaria), Trostberg (Bavaria), Tutzing (Bavaria), Ulm, Vilshofen (Bavaria), Weiden (Bavaria), Wels (Upper Austria), Wendelhöfen (Bavaria), Werneck (Bavaria), Wickelskreuth (Bavaria), Wien, Wiesbaden-Dotzheim (Hesse), Wiesloch (Baden-Württemberg), Wolfratshausen (Bavaria), Würzburg (Bavaria), Würzburg-Heidingsfeld (Bavaria), Wuppertal (NRW), Zell am See (Salzburg), Ziegenhain (Hesse) [4]

Death rates in the Rhine meadow camps 3,000

Criminal "Americans" claim that there had only been 3,000 deads in the Rhine meadow camps. They claim that there had been a death rate of under 1%o. There are simply indicated people who died because of diseases as if undernourishment and starvation would not be an illness ([2] 27min. 0-25sec.). Maximum 10,000 Zionist racist propaganda of the "Morgenthau group" claims that there had been a maximum of 10,000 German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camps ([1], 3min. 20sec.). There are 1,000s under the acres Testimonies state that there must be 1,000s of skeletons from German soldiers under the German acres near the Rhine river ([2] 26min. 11-31sec.) 10,000s to 100,000s -- real investigations and estimations say that under the Rhine meadows 10,000s of dead bodies are buried, and 100,000s of dead bodies were put to Belgium into the forests when provisional lorries were driving back to Antwerp to the ports ([2] 28min. 10-59sec.) -- in Belgium masses of German deads of the war could be found but they are not from war battles because in Belgium there were only short fights -- at the same time any digging is forbidden in Germany because Germany is an occupied zone of the "USA" until today (2013) and is not sovereign and nobody is authorized to dig for German prisoners of war under the Rhine meadows ([3] 0-44 sec., 14min. 30sec.-15min. 0sec.) -- and some loads of dead bodies of German prisoners of war ware shifted to German concentration camps showing them as "Jewish" deads and SS and other German camp staff had to bring the dead bodies to mass graves where the Zionist media always stated that these wold be Jewish bodies and Germans had committed a mass murder of millions against the Jews - a classical Zionist calumny against Germany manipulating the complete Nuremberg process - was "working well", but the whole June 1945: Some Rhine meadow camps are left to the British -- Rhine meadow camps in the British zone were left to the British on June 12, 1945 ([1] 2min. 37sec.) -- until about September 1945 the British camps were eliminated ([1] 2min. 52sec.) July 1945: Rhine meadow camps in the French zone were left to the French - many German captives are shifted to France for reconstruction work -- France wanted 1.75 million Germans for the reconstruction of the country, and the "Amis" in their head quarter of North Western Europe (SHAEF) handed over the administration of the camps in the French zone in July 1945 to the French ([1] 2min. 37sec.) -- the "Morgenthau group" claims that German prisoners of war who ere being able to work yet were shifted to France, and prisoners who were too weak were left on the spot ([1] 2min. 52sec.) -- the "Morgenthau group" claims that until the end of September the French camps were eliminated with the exception of the camp of Bretzenheim (on the map Nº 4) and Bad Kreuznach (on the map Nº 15). They were transit camps for the returning Germans ([1] 2min. 52sec.). The truth is another one: There were sent many half dead German soldiers to France and then they died in France and they were called "rubble" by the French, and in the French camps there was practically no food for the German prisoners of war and thus also the German prisoners died who had been able to work yet, they died in masses and hardly came back (Bacque: Other Losses). << >>

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Sources [1] Video from Zionist racist Morgenthau group: "The beautiful Rhine meadow camps of the allies" (orig. in German: "Die schönen Rheinwiesenlager der Alliierten"); http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5PULzOrIaI [2] neutral Video: "The Rhine meadow camps - incredibilities" (orig. in German: "Die Rheinwiesenlager Unglaublichkeiten"); http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3bmKhBKZO8 [3] Video with some faults: "The complete truth about the big lie" (orig. in German: "Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge"); http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4 [4] http://www.rheinwiesenlager.de/lager.htm Photo sources [1] map of Germany with the Rhine meadow camps of Summer 1945: Karte von Deutschland mit den Rheinwiesenlagern vom Sommer 1945: Video from Zionist racist Morgenthau group: "The beautiful Rhine meadow camps of the allies" (orig. in German: "Die schönen Rheinwiesenlager der Alliierten"); http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5PULzOrIaI, 1min. 6sec.

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The Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945 (part 2) Part 2: Video: <Rhine meadow camps - incredibilities> (35min.) - original films, testimonies - about 1 million lethal victims - 10,000s of German bodies under the Rhine meadows - 100,000s of German bodies in Belgium

An "American" soldier guarding Germans in a Rhine meadow camp in a cage with barbed wire [32]

A field of dead bodies with German bodies, guarded by an "American" soldier in a warm coat (24min. 36sec.) [118]

Mass murder of racist Zionist "Americans" in the "American" zone in 1945
Protocol of the Video "The Rhine meadow camps" (orig. in German: "Die Rhine meadow camp") http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3bmKhBKZO8 by Michael Palomino (2013)

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The map with the Rhine meadow camps
Map of remnant Germany with the Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945 1. Büderich 2. Rheinberg 3. Wickrathberg 4. Remagen 5. Sinzig 6. Siershahn 7. Andernach 8. Diez 9. Urmitz 10. Koblenz 11. Dietersheim 12. Heidesheim 13. Hechtsheim 14. Winzenheim / Bretzenheim 14. Biebelsheim 15. Bad Kreuznach 16. Ludwigshafen 17. Böhr-Iggelheim 18. Heilbronn (am Neckar)

Map of remnant Germany with the Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945 [1]

Part 2: Video: <Rhine meadow camps - incredibilities> (35min.) - original films, testimonies - about 1 million lethal victims - 10,000s of German bodies under the Rhine meadows - 100,000s of German bodies in Belgium

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3bmKhBKZO8 Install: <iframe width="600" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/aZusv0Q-Z20" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

German soldiers without rights after the end of the war: no rights and deprivation of all possessions
-- historian Dr. Alfred De Zayas claims that there is hardly any research and only few document material ("lack of precise documents", German: "Mangel an konkreten Unterlagen", 23sec.) in respect of crimes of the allies in the post-war area in Germany for learning of it and for respecting the law of nations better in future (1min. 4sec.)

Historian Dr. Alfred De Zayas [2] -- during the whole Second World War the Rhine meadow camps are the most terrible time for [the surviving] German soldiers in their life (1min. 10sec.)

German soldiers are beaten by the "Americans" with machine guns [3]

Rhine meadow caps - the planned death by the victorious power [4] -- at May 8, 1945, there are festivities celebrating the capitulation of Germany in the whole world (1min. 45sec.) -- also in Germany there is a "day of liberation" on every May 8, 1945, but there is also another side of the medal (1min. 55sec.) "In 1945 the allied liberated millions of Germans from their possessions, from their home, and from their life." (2min. 6sec.) (orig. in German: "1945 befreiten die Alliierten Millionen Deutsche von ihrem Besitz, ihrer Heimat, und ihrem Leben." (2min. 6sec.) -- "At the end of the war there were 11 million German soldiers in the hands of the victorious powers (2min, 12sec.), about 8 million of them were in the hands of the British and the 'Americans' " (2min. 17sec.) (orig. in German: "zu Kriegsende befanden sich rund 11 Millionen deutsche Soldaten in den Händen der Siegermächte (2min. 12sec.), davon etwa 8 Millionen in den Händen von Briten und Amerikanern" (2min. 17sec.)

Body check with German soldiers in 1945 [5]

German soldier is taken with risen hands [6] (seems to be an old man of "Volkssturm")

Rhine meadow camp with Jeep guard [7]

-- German soldiers of the Rhine meadow camps had to die by "Hunger, cold, and murder" ("Hunger, Kälte und Mord") (2min. 41sec.)

Rhine meadow camp, queue with German soldiers [8]

Rhine meadow camp, queue with German soldiers 02 [9]

Rhine meadow camp, German soldier with a bandage of the eye in the queue [10]

-- according to the peace conference of The Hague, the agreement of The Hague, violence against defenseless people and against prisoners of war should be excluded, and according to resolutions of 1929 prisoners of wars should get the same food and housing as the local army gets (2min. 41sec.-4min.22sec.) [Well, Hitler also did not keep any peace and "order" but he also was bombing masses of towns in England, France, Belgium and Holland and Poland and Russia etc., and at the end he fired rockets to England, and he was eliminating captives systematically in tunnel constructioning works, and at the end some groups were even blasted into the tunnels living yet not being parts of the enemy's prey etc. etc. According to this state of documents racist Zionists Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Morgenthau and Baruch and their Zionist staff wanted a little "revenge". And they applied Nazi tactic of kin liability]. -- testimony of Dr. Richard M. Müller who had been in the Rhine meadow camp in Remagen,

Eye witness Dr. Richard M. Müller, Rhine meadow camp Remagen [11] -- Dr. Müller giving his testimony: the shock was enormous, first in Niederbreisig [camp], then in Remagen [camp], we were chased from the lorries and all German soldiers had to pass a "lane" for reaching the entrance gate of the camp. Criminal "American" soldiers were shouting "Come on - let's go" and they were beating us with wooden slats on our backs. And from this moment on we expected that anything was possible (4min. 50sec-5min. 52sec.)

-- principally the Rhine meadow camps had to be under the control of the International Red Cross, but also in this point nothing was fulfilled and the law is like this that "After the end of the fights all prisoners have to be released as soon as possible." Also this extension of the Geneva Convention had been signed by the "Americans" (5min. 52sec.-6min. 15sec.) -- but in 1943 the Allies were taking the resolution together that German prisoners of wars should not be "prisoners of wars" anymore but they should be treated like "criminal prisoners". Thus the law of nations was abrogated for the German soldiers (6min. 15-28sec.) -- "The supreme commanders of the forces should have the possibility to dispose of the captives freely as they wanted." (6min. 28-36sec.) (orig. German: "Die jeweiligen Oberkommandierenden der Streitkräfte sollten über die Gefangenen frei verfügen können" (6min. 28-36sec.).

"American" guards are dividing the Germans before an entrance gate of a Rhine meadow camp [12] And thus the supreme commander of the "U.S." troops, Zionist half Jew and Bible Jehova racist Eisenhower, got such a freedom to handle the German soldiers. On March 19, 1945, this Zionist and Bible Jehova racist Eisenhower became the authority not to dismiss the German soldiers but he was treating the German soldiers after the war as "disarmed enemy forces" (DEF) and thus he was keeping them in the camps as long as he wanted (6min. 36sec.-7min. 5sec.) International law was not valid for German soldiers but arbitrariness of the "victorious powers" is ruling (7min. 5-15sec.)

Witness Josef Dressen is describing how the criminal "Americans" were even rejecting food from the Red Cross for the German prisoners of war [13] -- in the Russian zone war a big emergency situation also for the Russian occupants, but in the "American" zone the "Americans" even rejected relief supplies from aid organizations for German prisoners of war because the "American" government with Roosevelt (Zionist Jew, originally Rosenfelt) - together with chief commander Eisenhower (a half Jew, Zionist and a Bible Jehova racist) - they wanted to see the German soldiers perish by hunger (7min. 5-56sec.) -- principally there were camps for German soldiers prepared in France, but the order of Eisenhower was another one to install new "camps" on the meadows, and thus German soldiers were not shifted to northern France: <After crossing the Rhine in March 1945 the "Americans" decided that German prisoners of war should not go to the foreseen camps in northern France.> (7min. 56sec.-8min. 11sec.) (orig. in German: <Nach Überquerung des Rheins im März 1945 beschlossen die "Amerikaner", dass sie die deutschen Kriegsgefangenen nicht in die für sie vorgesehenen Lager nach Nordfrankreich bringen wollten.> (7min. 56sec. bis 8min. 11sec.)

Camps in northern France were already prepared for German soldiers in 1945 [14]

<According to the instruction of Eisenhower they [criminal "Americans"] began to install camps for German prisoners of war on the green meadow on the western side of the Rhine.> (8min. 11-23sec.) (orig. German: <Sie [die kriminellen "Americans"] begannen auf Weisung Eisenhowers, entlang des westlichen Rheinufers für die deutschen Kriegsgefangenen Lager auf der grünen Wiese anzulegen.> (8min. 11-23sec.)

"Americans" installing Rhine meadow camps [15]

"Americans" installing Rhine meadow camps 02 [16]

-- the "Americans" prepared 188 camps for German soldiers, dozens of them on the Rhine and near the Rhine between Remagen and Ludwigshafen (8min. 23-41sec.) Map of Middle Rhine with Rhine meadow camps: Hechtersheim, Mannheim, Bingen and Dietersheim, Bretzenheim, Bad-Kreuznach, Koblenz, Siershahn, Andernach, Sinzig [17]

"Americans" installing Rhine meadow camps 03, installing poles [18]

"Americans" installing Rhine meadow camps 04, cutting poles [19]

-- other camps in other regions were eliminated and German prisoners of war were [deliberately] deported to the Rhine meadow camps (8min. 41-48sec.)

"Americans" installing Rhine meadow camps 05, installing poles "Americans" installing Rhine meadow camps 06, installing barbed wire [20] [21]

-- registration of German soldiers was deliberately not done eliminating any tracks of the big crime. There are no statistics about "numbers of inmates" or "origin" etc. Only some cases of coming and leaving inmates are registered by Red Cross in the Red Cross documents and by documents of the tracing service (8min. 48sec.-9min.3sec.) Here is a report of the Red Cross about the conditions in a Rhine meadow camp:

Report of the International Committee of the Red Cross about German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim [22] Kriegsgefangenenlager Schlamm Bretzenheim: Nichts ausser Regen und Camp of prisoners of war in Bretzenheim: rain and mud and nothing else <The prisoners were on an empty field like animals. There was no housing at all. During the first weeks there was no housing for the wounded either. The whole sector had been a wheat field which had been destroyed by the prisoners. They were in the mud up to the calves. With tins they digged holes into the ground. These were pits for living. There were no rain flies, no blankets. And there was rain every day. The holes had the disadvantage that they converted into bathtubs when the rain started. In these cases the whole camp was marching with it's wet clothes in long queues for hours in the camp. The conditions were catastrophic. There was nothing for the prisoners. No water tube, no toilet, not one single little roof but only barbed wire in several rows. The inmates of the "Rhine meadow camps" where also the camp of Bad Kreuznach / Bretzenheim was one of them was hitting the capitulation with full strength.>

<Die Kriegsgefangenen waren auf freiem Feld zusammengepfercht. Keinerlei Unterkunft. Auch in den ersten Wochen für die Verwundeten nicht. Das ganze Gelände war ein Weizenfeld, das von den Kriegsgefangenen niedergetrampelt wurde. Die Kriegsgefangenen standen bis zu den Waden im Dreck. Mit Konservendosen wurden Löcher in die Erde gegraben. Eine Art Wohngrube. Keine Zeltplane, keine Decken. Tag um Tag Regen. Die Löcher hatten den Nachteil, dass sie sich sofort in Badewannen verwandelten, wenn es regnete. In diesen Fällen marschierte das ganze Lager mit nasser Bekleidung in langen Zügen stundenlang im Lager umher. Es waren katastrophale Verhältnisse. Es war nichts für die Kriegsgefangenen eingerichtet. Keine Wasserleitung, kein Abort, keine auch noch so bescheidene Unterstellmöglichkeit, nur der Stacheldraht in mehrfacher Reihe. Die Insassen der "Rheinwiesen-Lager", zu dem auch das Kgf.-Lager Bad Kreuznach / Bretzenheim gehörte, traf die bedingungslose Kapitulation mit voller Wucht.>

-- International Red Cross was denied any access to the Rhine meadow camps and thus the Red Cross could not perform any registration at all. It can be estimated that between April and September 1945 there were about 5 million German soldiers in the Rhine meadow camps (9min. 3-27sec.).

Report of the International Committee of the Red Cross about German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camps 02 [23]

Krankheiten am Lehmboden: Lungenentzündung, Hungerödem, Ruhr, Typhus, Sephritis, Rheuma, Ischias, Beinleiden, Herz- und Kreislaufstörungen <Der Gesundheitszustand war bei der Einlieferung der Lage entsprechend. Erst im Laufe der Wochen machte sich der Mangel an Verpflegung, Wasser und Unterbringung sodann bemerkbar. Die Unterernährung und das Übernachten unter freiem Himmel (ebne Zeltplane und ohne Decken, schlechte Bekleidung) auf dem Lehmboden, hatten zu schweren, gesundheitlichen Schäden geführt, Lungenentzündung, Hungerödem, Ruhr, Typhus, Sephritis, Rheuma, Ischias, Beinleiden, Herz- und Kreislaufstörungen, dürften zu den hohen Ausfällen geführt haben. Ebenso das Fehlen jeglicher sanitären und hygienischen Einrichtungen (es gab keinen Schutz gegen Ansteckung), förderte den gesundheitlichen Verfall der Kriegsgefangenen in hohem Masse. Die Amerikaner behandelten die Kranken nicht, sondern setzten später nur Krank-Verdächtige aus, die im Lazarette abtransportiert wurden. Für die Kranken der ca. 120.000 Kriegsgefangenen wurde eine Schule freigegeben. Die Räume waren völlig ungenügend und ohne jegliche Einrichtung. Keine Medikamente und keine SanitätsMaterialien. Die Bevölkerung stiftete Betten, Wäsche sowie Kleidung für die Kriegsgefangenen, die zum Teil nur im Schlafanzug waren, weil sie in den Betten verhaftet wurden.>

Illnesses on the mud ground: pneumonia, edema, dysentery, typhus, sephritis, rheumatism, sciatica, bad legs, heart and circulation troubles <Health of the newcomers was according to the conditions. Only during the weeks the lack of food, water and housing was very remarkable. The undernourishment and the nights without housing (rain fly and no blankets, bad clothes) on the clay ground were provoking heavy damages of health with pneumonia, edema, dysentery, sephritis, rheumatism, sciatica, bad legs, and with heart and circulation troubles causing a high death rate. Also missing of any sanitarian and hygienic facilities (there was no protection from any infections) was supporting the loss of any health in masses. The Americans did not treat the ill prisoners but later they were only separating the badly ill people transporting them to military hospitals. For the ill persons of the about 120,000 prisoners of war a school was arranged. The facilities were absolutely insufficient and without any equipment. There were no medicaments and there was no sanitarian material. The population was giving beds, bedclothes and clothes for the prisoners of war who came partly in their night dress when they had been taken prisoner in the night.>

Report of the International Committee of the Red Cross about German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camps 03

Report of the International Committee of the Red Cross about German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camps with signature Witteck [24] Anonyme Begräbnisse bei Bretzenheim - "Freudenschüsse" mit toten und verletzten Deutschen <[...] Herz nicht überstehen konnte. Die Toten wurden ohne Registrierung in Erdlöcher am Rande der Stadt Bretzenheim vergraben und ihre Angehörigen werden nie von ihrer letzten Stunde erfahren. Die Übergabe des Lagers an die Franzosen wurde von den Amerikanern reichlich gefeiert. Die Kriegsgefangenen kamen nicht zur Nachtruhe, da öfters geschossen wurde. Die Schüsse peitschten dicht über die Köpfe der am Boden liegenden Kriegsgefangenen. Es gab eine hohe Zahl an Verwundeten und Toten.> Bericht des IKRK über deutsche Kriegsgefangene in den Rheinwiesenlagern 04 mit der Unterschrift des Abteilungsleiters des IKRK, Wittek [25] Anonymous burials in Bretzenheim - "shoots of joy" with killed and hurt Germans <[...] could not stay the heart. The dead were buried in holes without registration at the border of the town of Bretzenheim and their family members will never be informed about the last hours. The handover of the camp to the French was celebrated greatly. At the same time the prisoners of war had no quiet night because there were shots sometimes. The show were in low height passing the heads of the prisoners of wars being on the ground. And there was a high number of wounded and killed.> Report of the International Committee of the Red Cross about German prisoners of war in Rhine meadow camps 04 with the signature of the department manager of the Red Cross, Wittek [25].

-- among the captives were also old men and youth of "Volkssturm", civilists in uniforms (for example firemen), party leaders,

simple party members, wounded on holiday at home, women of the flak and of the news service, heavily injured, and youths who had not done anything (9min. 50sec.-10min 20sec.).

Also women who had been flak assists and assists in the news service were detained by the allies [26] -- thus many people were detained who were not soldiers at all and their detention was absolutely against any law. This can only mean that the allies simply wanted to detain as many Germans as possible (10min. 20-28sec.)

German soldiers are hold like animals in a Rhine meadow camps behind barbed wire, sector 6 [27] -- the aim of "American" GIs is to give the "German soldier" the "feeling of a defeat" (10min. 20-46sec.). -- there are the following procedures: torture in any form before and after the capitulation, simulation of executions, detention of boys and youths coming only in a night dress (10min. 46sec.-11min. 5sec.) -- sometimes "Americans" also showed a correct behavior (11min. 5-7sec.) -- the big part of the surviving German soldiers was reporting that the "Americans" had performed a body search and had stolen everything from them: cameras, watches, even wedding rings (11min. 7-25sec.)

"American" executing a body search with a German soldier [28]

"Americans" executing body searchs with German soldiers [29]

-- thus German soldiers invent a new meaning for the the name of "U.S.A.": watch collecting army (German: Uhrensammelnde Armee") (11min. 25-33sec.) -- watches were given in Germany for Communion or Confirmation, and this did not exist in the "U.S.A.", and thus the "Americans" were stealing all watches they could see from the German soldiers (11min. 33-44sec.) -- often the "Americans" were also robbing all hygiene items, shaving items, knife and fork, plates or cups, any protection from wet weather and also rain flies (11min. 44-57sec.).

The structure of the Rhine meadow camps
The cages, the killings and the shootings of the shit "Americans" -- most of Rhine meadow camps were projected for 100,000 persons (11min. 58sec.-12min. 5sec.) -- the camps consisted of a big square and of a free meadow with fences and parted into sectors, these sectors were called "cages" (12min. 5-15sec.)

Aerial photo of a Rhine meadow camp showing the square as a base parted into other squares [30] -- a "cage" had the size of 250 to 250 meters (12min. 15-20sec.) -- according to the "cage" there were 5,000 to 15,000 detainees in one cage (12min. 20-26sec.)

Rhine meadow camp, little tents on naked earth [31] -- the "cages" were guarded from all sides, in the night with floodlight (12min. 26-33sec.)

An "Ami" soldier guarding a Rhine meadow camp with Germans in a cage behind barbed wire [32] -- trials for flights were interrupted at once by killing by shooting (12min. 33-37sec.)

Jeep guard ready for the chase of people trying a flight in a Rhine meadow camp [33] -- from time to time there was also shot into the camp "just for fun" into the mass of German soldiers (12min. 37-42sec.)

Rhine meadow camp in 1945, aerial photo [34] Witness Heinz Matthias: queue of 14 hours for getting a tin of drinking water

Witness Heinz Matthias speaking about Rhine meadow camps [35] -- the camps were on a meadow or on an acre, without any house or tent, without coat, day and night in the mud, captives were with lice everywhere (12min. 42sec.-13min. 0sec.) -- one had to make the queue for 14 hours for getting a tin of drinking water standing up to the wrinkles in the mud, and captives not standing this through were simply sinking down to the ground and dying, no person helped them or was giving water to a person who had sunk to the ground (13min. 0-17sec.) Water in a Rhine meadow camp

Water supply in a Rhine meadow camp [strongly with chlorine] [36]

Water supply in a Rhine meadow camp on the knees before a water barrel [37]

Water supply in a Rhine meadow camp on the knees on a water tap with a cup of plate [38] Quotation:

Trying the water [with a strong smell of chlorine] [39]

"We lay in our little camp - there were several camps - many thousands were on the acre, without housing, without tent, mostly without coat, day and night in the mud, totally with lice. Me myself had to make the queue for water during 14 hours up to my wrinkles in the mud for getting one tin of water. Who did not stay this through was sinking down to the ground and was rated to be dead. No person was helping him giving him some water." (orig. in German: "Wir lagen in unserem kleinen Lager - es waren mehrere Lager - zig Tausend auf diesem Acker, ohne Haus, ohne Zelt, weithin ohne Mantel, Tag und Nacht im Schlamm, total verlaust. Ich selber habe 14 Stunden Schlange gestanden, bis zu den Knöcheln im Schlamm, um eine Konservendose Wasser zu bekommen. Wer das nicht schaffte, kippte um und gehörte dann zu den Toten. Kein Mensch ist gekommen und hat denen das Wasser gereicht." The guards are mostly "American" soldiers of second grade -- German soldiers were guarded mostly by "American" soldiers of second grade, also blacks, also Polish assistant troops, partly even by foreign workers (13min. 14-30sec.)

"American" guard with shooting gun in his hand shutting a gate made of barbed wire [40]

Black "U.S." army member standing before a wooden wall [41]

-- the commander mostly were white "Americans", often brutal, arrogant, fury and aggressive, pleads and appeals were answered with beating (13min. 30-44sec.)

German captives sitting and lying on a meadow [42]

German captives sitting and lying on a meadow 02 [43]

-- former soldiers of Waffen SS were especially tortured and were forced to exercises for hours and sometimes they were beaten to death (13min. 44-56sec.) Torture of Germans in Rhine meadow camps in 1945

Torture position on the knees with the hands bound on the back [44]

Tortured German woman on a meadow [45]

Tortured, dead German men on a meadow [46]

Tortured, dead German men on a meadow 02 [47]

Tortured, dead German women on a meadow [48] -- also high German officers were abused (13min. 56sec.-14min. 2sec.) "American" investigations "American" investigations confirm more war crimes: -- 104 German prisoners of war suffer a death by suffocation during an "American" rail transport (14min. 2-13sec.)

Report about "American" war crimes in Germany 1945 01 [49]

Report about "American" war crimes in Germany 1945 02, suffocation during a transport of prisoners [50]

-- 24 German prisoners and 3 civilians were killed near Tambach [in Franconia] (14min. 13-18sec.) -- in Luxembourg "U.S." soldiers were murdering 70 German prisoners of war (14min. 18-22sec.) [troops of General Patton?]

Report about "American" war crimes in Germany 1945 03, murders Report about "American" war crimes in Germany 1945 04, "US" soldiers were murdering 70 German prisoners of war in Luxembourg near Tambach [51]

[52]

Transports to the camps in cattle cars and lorries -- German soldiers came in cattle cars and on lorries herded like animals (14min. 22-33sec.)

Arrival of German soldiers in a lorry like animals [53]

Shit "Ami" herding German soldiers on a lorry like animals [54]

German soldiers getting on a cuttle car [55]

German soldiers getting on a cuttle car 02 [56]

-- then the German prisoners of war were given like rubble to the Rhine meadow camps behind barbed wire (14min. 33-38sec.) -- some of the German prisoners of war are dying during the transport already (14min. 38-42sec.) Camp life: desert of mud - dugouts -- camp life was without goal, all could happen, above all there was the fight for survival (14min. 42-53sec.) -- first it could be that the German prisoner of war was on a meadow in the sun, but then the ground of the Rhine meadow camps was converted into a desert of mud without days (14min. 53sec.-15min. 15sec.)

German soldiers on a meadow in the sun, summer 1945 [57]

German soldiers on a meadow, summer 1945 [58]

Witness Dr. Richard M. Müller:

Eye witness for the Rhine meadow camp of Remagen, Prof. Dr. Richard M. Müller [59] "And then we were on a meadow. After three days this meadow was converted into a desert of mud. I don't know any more if this had been an acre or a meadow." (15min. 15-20sec.) (orig. in German: "Und dann standen wir da auf der Wiese. Nach drei Tagen war das eine Schlammwüste. Ich weiss gar nicht mehr, ob es sich um ein Feld oder um eine Wiese gehandelt hat." (15min. 15-20sec.) -- in the camps with "American" leadership every detained person had 3 to 5 m2 theoretically (15min. 20-27sec.) -- tools and housing material were not available for having a normal camp (15min. 27-34 sec.)

German prisoners of war upright in a Rhine meadow camp [60] -- one had to organize cardboard and with empty tins or with some forks or spoons one had to dig "fox's dens" (15min. 34-44sec.) -- 3 to 5 prisoners were sharing such a "den" "which was not at all big but all had to lie on the side for sleeping (15min. 44-50sec.) (orig. in German: 3 bis 5 Gefangene teilten sich dann einen "Bau", "der so gross war, dass sie alle auf der Seite liegen konnten" (15min. 44-50sec.)

German prisoners of war in a Rhine meadow camp digging their dens [61]

German prisoners of war in a Rhine meadow camp with fox's dens, 3 to 5 persons in every den [62]

Weather: wet spring -- Spring of 1945 was wet and cold, and German prisoners of war who were affected badly already came directly into the desert of mud with cold and partly there was even snow yet (15min. 50sec-16min. 4sec.) [and in most of the Rhine meadow camps there was a steady cold wind]

Rhine meadow camp in spring 1945, puddle with rain and snow 01 Rhine meadow camp in spring 1945, puddle with rain and snow 02 [63] [64]

Witness Ernst Albrecht on an acre 01, shoes [65]

Witness Ernst Albrecht on an acre 02, profile [66]

Witness Ernst Albrecht on an acre 03, panorama [67]

Witness Ernst Albrecht on an acre, portrait [68]

-- the captives had to dig sinks with tins and had to protect themselves with blankets from the rain until also the blankets were wet (16min. 4-37sec.)

Rhine meadow camp with persons and earth holes [69]

Rhine meadow camp in the rain, protection only with blankets until they were "wet" [70]

Food: cookies, dried beans, hardly water -- the camps were also called "hunger camps" (16min. 39sec.) -- often there was only one cookie per day or dried beans, drinking water was not available (16min. 40-46sec.)

Rhine meadow camp with persons and earth holes [71]

Rhine meadow camp, two persons at a barbed wire fence [72]

"American" Zionist racist camp management under Zionist and Bible Jehova racist Eisenhower forbidding dens -- again and again the dens were prohibited (16min. 46-48sec.) -- German prisoners of war were forced to fill up their dens (16min. 48-52sec.)

Rhine meadow camps in summer, German women prisoners of war in the sun on the earth, no dens [73]

Field which had been a Rhine meadow camp in former times [74]

-- dugouts were collapsing during the rain because the ground is becoming soft, or "American" bulldozers are destroying all dugouts filling up the holes where captives are living yet but don't have the force to come out any more, they simply were buried alive and the sinkhole was steamrolled and closed (16min. 52sec-17min. 8sec.) -- tents were not given whereas there were plenty of tents in the deposits of German Wehrmacht and also in the deposits of the "U.S." army (17min. 8-16sec.)

German prisoners of war with blankets as a protection from the sun, summer 1945 (17min. 12sec.) [75]

Arriving German prisoners of war, one with a big peace of cardboard (17min. 15sec.) [76]

-- about 40% were living in dugouts, only about 5% had the luck having a tent (17min. 16-27sec.)

German prisoners of war on a field behind mesh wire (17min. 20sec.) [77]

German prisoners of war with thick coats on a dry ground in a cage with barbed wire fence (17min. 26sec.) [78]

-- witness Dr. Richard M. Müller: The rest had to camp without roof on the meadow, also during wet March and April 1945 and mainly people were not sitting but upright standing (17min. 28-53sec.)

Eye witness for the Rhine meadow camp of Remagen, Prof. Dr. Richard M. Müller, portrait (17min. 36sec.) [79] -- witness Dr. Richard M. Müller: the German soldiers in captivity were only with their uniform, mostly their coat was taken away (17min. 53sec.-18min. 19sec.) "Wir haben - ich persönlich hatte - andere länger - haben vier Wochen auf dem Acker gelebt zu einer Zeit im Frühjahr, wo nach anfänglich warmem Wetter dann das typische März-April-Wetter einsetzte: Kalt, nass, Regen. Und, da man sich ja nirgendwo niederlassen konnte, haben wir hauptsächlich gestanden oder sind auf [...] gegangen." (17min.53sec. bis 8min.2sec.) "Im Schnitt muss man sagen - also die meisten - ich kann das nicht quantifizieren - nichts hatten, ausser ihrer normaler Uniform, nicht einmal Stoffmäntel, die ihnen abgenommen worden waren. Es gab ein paar, die Zeltplanen hatten, aber wirklich nur wenige." (8min. 3-25sec.) "Ich persönlich hatte durch Zufall in den letzten Kriegstagen einen guten, neuen guten neuen Krad-Mantel [Motorradmantel] bekommen. Den hat man mir aber bei der Gefangennahme abgenommen. Ich habe ihn mir nur beim Abmarsch wieder von dem Haufen mir weggeklaut, so dass ich auf diese Weise in der Beziehung besonders gut gestellt war." (18min. 25-49sec.) "Es gab nur Schlamm. Es gab keinen trockenen Platz es gab nur Schlamm, und nachts nachts ist man entweder auch nachts weiter herumgewandert, aber irgendwann übermannt einen doch der Schlaf und ich hab' dann meinen Krad-Mantel oben zugemacht, zugebunden, da konnte man Hosen draus binden, und habe mich in den Schlamm kippen lassen und gehofft, dass ich wenigstens ein paar Stunden schlafen kann, ehe mir die Füsse erfrieren." (18min. 49sec. bis 19min. 15sec.) "We have - me personally - other for a longer time - have lived four weeks on the acre during a spring which was warm at the beginning and then typical March and April weather came: cold, wet, rain. And as there was no comfortable place we mostly were upright standing or we were walking back and forth." (17min. 53sec.-18min. 2sec.) "In an average one has to say - this counts for the most of the affected - but I cannot indicate quantities - most had nothing but their normal uniform, not even coats which were taken from them. There were some who had rain flies but only few." (8min. 3-25sec.) "Me personally accidentally I had got a new good coat for motor bike. They took my coat during the detention, but leaving the spot I was stealing my coat from the hip thus I had good life conditions concerning this problem." (18min. 25-49sec.) "There was only mud. There was no dry place, there was only mud, and during the night one was going on walking around but sometimes sleep was coming and then I closed my coat and one could form trousers with this coat and then I was sinking into the mud and I hoped that I could sleep some hours without frostbite of my feet." (18min. 49sec.-19min. 15sec.)

"American" guard guarding on a hill with a machine gun over a Rhine meadow camp [Remagen] (19min. 27sec.) [80] Latrines - and falling into it -- step by step latrines were installed, and the captives were always weaker by undernourishment (19min. 15-27sec.) -- at the end all were so weak that they were going to the toilet where they just were (19min. 27-37sec.)

Weak German prisoners of wars on the earth in the sun in summer 1945 (19min. 33sec.) [81]

German prisoners of war upright herded like animals (19min. 42sec.) [82]

Eye witness for Rhine meadow camps, Heinz Matthias, portrait (19min. 46sec.) [83]

-- eye witness Heinz Matthias: chalk was needed for the dead bodies, and latrines. And when one was very tired on the latrine and was falling behind then he was sinking and nobody saved him out 819min. 37-57sec.) -- eye witness Heinz Matthias: Many could only move on all four, one had no force any more to walk upright (19min. 57sec.-20min. 2sec.)

Eye witness for Rhine meadow camps Josef Dressen, portrait (20min. 5sec.) [84]

-- eye witness Josef Dressen: There was no help, nobody had the force any more to help the other one (20min. 2-8sec.)

Rhine meadow cap is prepared with hills in the background (20min. 9sec.) [85]

German prisoner of war near a barbed wire fence (20min. 12sec.) [86]

Water: queue of 10 hours -- watering places were installed only after some time. First water came in barrels. The water was taken from the Rhine or from a creek mostly and chlorine was added banning any danger of epidemics (20min. 8-30sec.) -- the queue for getting one cup of water was often up to 10 hours (20min. 30-39sec.) -- some captives were drinking also water from the puddles and they became very sick as one can think. During summer thirst was very bad because there was no protection from heat or sun (20min. 39-57sec.) Water and cooking in Rhine meadow camps

Cooking area for cooking water or soup, probably grass soup (20min. 14sec.) [87]

German prisoner of war handing his empty tin (20min. 17sec.) [88]

A German prisoner of war is passing with some cups and with a A German prisoner of war is passing with some cups and with a tea-kettle in his hands passing a little fireplace 01 (20min. 21sec.) tea-kettle in his hands passing a little fireplace 02 (20min. 24sec.) [90] [89]

Loud speaker vehicle with orders of an "American" or given by a corrupt German (20min. 28sec.) [91]

Water station in a Rhine meadow camps adding chlorine and the queue (20min. 31sec.) [92]

Getting water with a cup at the water tap on the ground (20min. 47sec.) [93]

German prisoner of war with a cup of water in the hand (20min. 59sec.) [94]

Rhine meadow camp with a queue in the sun in summer 1945 (21min. 10sec.) [95]

Queue in form of a "U" in a Rhine meadow camp in the sun of summer 1945 (21min. 12sec.) [96]

Queue in a Rhine meadow camp, zoom, in the sun in summer 1945 (21min. 17sec.) [97]

Food in Rhine meadow camps: only 400 to 900 calories per day -- a human being in quiet position needs 1,200 calories per day. A working human being needs 2,000 to 3,000 calories per day. In the Rhine meadow camps the German prisoners of war received 400 to 900 calories per day, on Sundays there was no food in many camps (20min. 57sec.-21min. 21sec.) -- new prisoners of war had to wait for two to four days for their first food (21min. 21-26sec.) Eye witness Prof. Dr. Robert M. Müller reports that he had no digestion during 4 weeks.

Eye witness for the Rhine meadow camp of Remagen Prof. Dr. Robert M. Müller, portrait (21min. 39sec.) [98]

Eye witness for the Rhine meadow camp of Remagen Prof. Dr. Robert M. Müller, portrait with 18 years (22min. 3sec.) [99]

Neighboring villages - forbidden help -- neighboring dwellers and villages were helping the German prisoners of war with food, but this was forbidden under penalty of death (22min. 30-43sec.) -- German authorities were ordered to instruct the German population in this way (22min. 43-50sec.) -- people being catched during giving food to German prisoners of war were expelled or were shot and killed before the eyes of the German prisoners of war (22min. 50sec.-23min. 0sec.)

Herded Rhine meadow camps with German prisoners of war upright at a barbed wire fence (22min. 36sec.) [100]

Instruction to the population with the prohibition to give food to German prisoners of war (22min. 48sec.) [101]

Instruction to the population with the prohibition to give food to German prisoners of war, signature (22min. 52sec.) [102]

Giant Rhine meadow camp in 1945 in remaining Germany, aerial photo (22min. 57sec.) [103]

There was no medicine in the Rhine meadow camps at all -- medical assistance or medical posts were not existing here, the "Americans" forbid German medical doctors to work. Medicaments and equipment did not exist, German medical doctors were present but there were no remedies, no cures, they only could give advice nothing more. Red Cross had no access to the camps (23min. 0-23sec.).

Man with a white shirt, may be a doctor in a Rhine meadow camp (23min. 4sec.) [104]

Men with white shirts, may be doctors, passing at the border of a Rhine meadow camp (23min. 12sec.) [105]

German prisoners of war on a meadow in the sun in summer 1945 German prisoners of war on a meadow in the sun in summer 1945 (23min. 15sec.) [106] 02 (23min. 20sec.) [107]

German prisoners of war on a meadow in the sun in summer 1945 03 (23min. 26sec.) [108]

Relief supply of Red Cross was rejected by Zionist Jew and Bible Jehova racist Eisenhower -- Speaker: "Food and relief supply which was sent by Red Cross in trains to the Rhine was rejected and sent back by the order of Eisenhower." (23min. 23-37sec.) (orig. in German: "Nahrungsmittel und Hilfsgüter, welche das Rote Kreuz in Eisenbahnwaggons an den Rhein transportieren liess, wurden auf Befehl Eisenhowers zurückgeschickt." (23min. 23-37sec.)

Mass murderer Eisenhower, portrait (23min. 36sec.) [109]

There was no medicine -- sick people was not treated in the camps, but only people with dysentery were separated by the "Americans" (23min. 37-44sec.) -- it can be admitted that 20% got normal nourishment, 60% were undernourished, and 20% were nourished in a way so they died (23min. 44-54sec.)

Hand of a German prisoner of war with dysentery (23min. 54sec.) [110] Rhine meadow camp in Bad Kreuznach with a military hospital for dying people ("field of sorrow") -- the camp in Bad Kreuznach had a military hospital but only people in a dying process were accepted and then they died within 24 hours (23min. 54sec.-24min. 6sec.) Stress without end -- the German prisoners of war were under permanent stress because they did never know what will happen next with them (24min. 6-14sec.) -- there was no mail, there were no news for them about their families, writing letters was forbidden (24min. 14-31sec.)

German prisoners of war in a queue before German prisoners of war in a queue being the check-in (24min. 8sec.) [111] searched by an "American" soldier controlling documents (24min. 11sec.) [112]

German prisoner of war with a bound eye (24min. 14sec.) [113]

Burning vehicles, eventually caused by a mine or a trap (24min. 19sec.) [114] Suicide -- there is no counting or documentation about suicides in the "American" camps for German prisoners of war (24min. 31-43sec.)

A man hanging on a rope on a tree, presented by an "American" soldier (24min. 21sec.) [115]

A man hanging on a rope on a tree, presented by an "American" soldier, zoom (24min. 25sec.) [116]

German prisoner of war waiting (24min. 29sec.) [117]

<The number of the murdered people and their destinations>
Kind of deaths in the Rhine meadow camps There is no counting and there are no figures about people who die. The kinds of deaths are -- by collapsing fox's dens -- by bulldozing the dugouts -- by suffocating in the mud -- by drowning in the latrines or -- by injuries and illnesses (24min. 43-58sec.)

Field of German dead bodies, guarded by an "American" soldier in a thick coat (24min. 36sec.) [118]

Prepared corpse pit / prepared mass grave for murdered German prisoners of war in summer 1945 (24min. 43sec.) [119]

Prepared corpse pit / prepared mass grave for murdered German prisoners of war in summer 1945 02 (24min. 45sec.) [120]

Fox's den, zoom (24min. 49sec.) [121]

Monument [in Bretzenheim] (24min. 53sec.) [122]

Eye witness Heinz Matthias is indicating: There was only one thing: the will to survive or to perish (24min. 58sec.-25min. 7sec.) Quotation: "There was only one thing: the will to survive for getting home or to perish." (24min. 58sec.-25min. 7sec.) (orig. in German: "Es gab da ja nur eins: Den Willen zum Überleben, um nach Haus' zu kommen, oder aber zu krepieren." (24min. 58sec. bis 25min. 7sec.)

Eye witness for Rhine meadow camps Heinz Matthias (25min. 5sec.) [123]

Barbed wire with blue sky (25min. 11sec.) [124]

Barbed wire with blue sky 02 (25min.12sec.) [125]

More kind of deaths in the Rhine meadow camps: -- by punitive actions with murdering people for example by hanging -- or shortly before tying the prisoners were brought to an "evacuation military hospital" -- or they were shot during a flight -- or they were dying during an arbitrary shooting during the day or in the night (25min. 7-33sec.) Rhine meadow camp 1945 (?): murder by hanging of Germans by "American" occupation forces (Control these photos, if these are "American" occupation forces and if this is in a Rhine meadow camp - it seems not! Perhaps this scene is from Poland).

Prisoner is shackled (25min. 16sec.) [126]

Prisoner is prepared with a rope 01 (25min. 19sec.) [127]

Prisoner is prepared with a rope 02: 25min.21sec. [128]

Prisoner is prepared with a rope 03: 25min.24sec. {129]

Prisoner gets a black bag on his head (25min. 27sec.) [130]

Prisoner gets the rope (25min. 29sec.) [131]

Prisoner hanging 01 (25min. 30sec.) [132]

Prisoner hanging 02 (25min. 32sec.) [133]

Murdered prisoner is put into a coffin 01 (25min. 34sec.) [134]

Murdered prisoner is put into a coffin 02 (25min. 38sec.) [135]

Murdered prisoner is put into a coffin 03 (25min. 40sec.) [136]

Dead German soldiers are undressed, put on lorries and shifted - identification tags are melt -- dead soldiers are undressed by German soldiers, they have to take the identification tags away and the dead bodies are put on lorries, and the "American" lorries are transporting the dead bodies away with "unknown destination" (25min. 33-50sec.) -- a little part of the deads are buried directly in mass graves near the camps (25min. 50-56sec.) [or they are buried alive in their dugouts when excavators are filling up the dugouts flattening the territories, and the dog tags are not taken from the bodies in these cases but are in the earth yet] -- the clothes of the dead are burnt and the identification tags are not given to the Red Cross but are probably melt (25min. 56sec.-26min. 11sec.). Dead German prisoners of war in Rhine meadow camps

German prisoner of war dead on a meadow 01 (25min. 44sec.) [137]

German prisoner of war dead on a meadow 02 (25min. 47sec.) [138]

German prisoner of war dead on a meadow 03 (25min.52sec.) [139]

German prisoner of war dead on a meadow 04 with a cup in his hand (25min. 57sec.) [140]

German prisoner of war dead on a meadow in fresh grass eventually after a flight (26min. 5sec.) [141]

Mass graves with German soldiers in Belgium -- under many German acres in the Rhine valley are 1,000s of skeletons of German soldiers (26min. 11-31sec.)

An eye witness showing a field where a Rhine meadow camp had An eye witness showing a field where 1,000s of German prisoners been before (26min. 17sec.) [142] of war are buried, he says (26min. 22sec.) [143]

In the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim for example there are three different variations of graves without name: -- people who had provoked the anger of the [shit] "Americans" being shot by anger -- people who were offering resistance or were shot on a flight by the shit "Americans" -- people who fell into the latrine or were killed by an arbitrary shooting (26min. 31sec.-27min.0sec.) Rhine meadow camp in Bretzenheim

Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim, memorial plate (26min. 33sec.) [144]

Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim, monument (26min. 48sec.) [145]

Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim, landscape with hill in the background (27min. 2sec.) [146]

Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim, landscape with hill in the background 02 (27min.10sec.) [147]

Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim, landscape with monument (27min. 14sec.) [148]

The road near the former Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim (27min. 23sec.) [149]

The road near the territory of the former Rhine meadow camps of Bretzenheim with the monument (27min. 27sec.) [150] Officially the [shit] "Americans" claim that there had only been 3,000 deaths. Thus they claim that there had been a death rate of under 1%o. They simply indicate people who have died by diseases as if undernourishment and hunger would not be an illness (27min. 0-25sec.). The death rate of today with young men between 20 and 40 because of illnesses is 15 of 1,000. Thus the official "American" figure is just a mockery against German soldiers (27min. 25-55sec.). Independent historian James Bacque from Canada with his analysis of the Rhine meadow camps in his book "Other Losses" comes to the conclusion that about 1 million German soldiers have died in the Rhine meadow camps (27min. 55sec.-28min.

10sec.). Wreath-laying ceremony at the monument of the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim

Book of James Bacque about the Rhine meadow camps "Other Losses", cover [151]

Funeral march for dead German prisoners of war at the site of the Rhine meadow camp in Bretzenheim (27min. 59sec.) [152]

Wreath-laying ceremony for dead German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim 01 (28min. 36sec.) [153]

Wreath-laying ceremony for dead German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim 02, 28min.59sec. [154]

Wreath-laying ceremony for dead German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim 03, 29min.6sec. [155]

Wreath-laying ceremony for dead German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim 04, 29min.20sec. [156]

In the direct surrounding of this camp are 10,000s, but not 100,000s of deaths buried. The mass graves with the 100,000s of German soldiers are not detected yet. "American" lorries regularly came from [the Belgium port of] Antwerp with food for the occupation forces and were returning allegedly "empty" to Antwerp. But the fact is another one: "American" lorries were not "empty" heading for Antwerp, but they were full of German dead bodies discharging the German dead bodies in Belgium. And Belgium has many mass graves with German soldiers which can only be explained by this maneuver, but not by the short military fights of 1940 (28min. 10-59sec.). Belgian war graves with German soldiers are full of dead bodies without identification tags. They were taken away after the death in the Rhine meadow camps. German dead bodies were put into the Belgium forests [into mass graves there] like rubble, left and right of the road (28min. 59sec.-29min. 17sec.).

Conclusion: The "liberation" was no "liberation" but it was an "American" occupation
-- the legend of the "liberation" is a big lie (29min. 17-31sec.) -- under Hitler 7 million Germans died, but after the war after April 1945 12 million Germans were killed (29min. 31-46sec.) -- one of these 12 million Germans murdered by the allies since 1945 are the German soldiers of the Rhine meadow camps where they died by hunger in the mud under the order of [Zionist racist] "Americans" (29min. 46-58sec.)

Charge against criminal "U.S.A.": The lies about a "liberation" of Germany (29min. 27sec.) [157] The Rhine meadow camps of 1945: It was a systematic [Zionist racist] mass murder against Germans -- why was there no registration of the German captives? -- why nourishment was not given and food deposits and deliveries of the Red Cross were not distributed? -- why the shit "American" military administration was committing "a deliberate policy of omission"? -- why a honorful burial at the Rhine was forbidden? -- this is a systematic mass murder and much research is missing yet in this historical field investigating the war crimes of the "U.S.A." completely (29min. 58sec.-30min.48sec.) -- the aim of this mass murder in the Rhine meadow camps was a "precise reduction of the German population" (30min. 48sec.-31min.4sec.).

Red memorial lights at the monument of Bretzenberg for the deads Red memorial lights at the monument of Bretzenberg for the deads of the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenberg 02 (30min. 37sec.) of the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenberg (30min. 12sec.) [158] [159]

Eye witness Heinz Matthias reporting his coming home (31min.11-59sec.)

Eye witness for Rhine meadow camps Heinz Matthias, portrait (31min. 11sec.) [160]

Criminal occupation of Germany bi criminal "U.S.A.", British and French since May 8, 1945 Text "Truth": 32min.18sec. "Truth is different from half truth by describing the compete reality." (orig. in German: "Die Wahrheit unterscheidet sich dadurch von der Halbwahrheit, dass sie die ganze Wirklichkeit umfasst."

Text "Reality" 32min.26sec. "In this complete reality also the fact is an element that the occupation after May 8, 1945 in Germany was a complete oppression." (orig. in German: "Zur ganzen Wirklichkeit zählt auch, dass für die deutsche Bevölkerung die Zeit, die dem 8. Mai 1945 folgte, eine Zeit der puren Unterdrückung war."

Text "Occupation Zones": 32min.38sec. "The fate of the Germans in the occupation zones was especially bad in the Soviet zone, in the French zone, and in the "American" zone." (orig. in German: "Das Schicksal der Deutschen war in den Besatzungszonen der Sowjets, der Franzosen und der Amerikaner besonders übel." Text "12 million Germans": 32min.48sec. "After May 8, 1945 12 million Germans died by the conditions arranged by the victorious powers." (orig. in German: "Nach dem 8. Mai 1945 starben 12 Millionen Deutsche an den Folgen der Verbrechen der Siegermächte." Text "millions of German prisoners of war murdered": 32min.58sec. "Millions of German prisoners of war were murdered and have died in camps of the victorious powers." (orig. in German: "Millionen deutsche Kriegsgefangene sind in den Lagern der Siegermächte ermordet worden und umgekommen."

Text "16 million Germans expelled" (33min. 8sec.) "All in all 16 million Germans had to take their flight from eastern Germany [from today's Poland, CSSR, eastern Prussia, Baltic states etc.] or were systematically expelled. The worst act was the expulsion itself. It was executed with incredible brutality." (orig. in German: "Insgesamt 16 Millionen Deutsche flohen aus Ostdeutschland [aus Osteuropa: Polen, CSSR, Ostpreussen, Baltenstaaten etc.] oder wurden systematisch vertrieben. Das Erschütterndste war der Akt der Vertreibung selbst. Er wurde mit unvorstellbarer Grausamkeit vollzogen." Text "Murder even before or during the expulsion" (33min. 20sec.) "Millions of German citizens were murdered at their old domicile or during their flight by the expellers... or they died during their flight." (orig. in German: "Millionen deutsche Bürger wurden noch am alten Wohnort oder auf der Flucht von den Vertreibern umgebracht... oder sie sind auf der Flucht umgekommen.") [-- shooting command on the spot -- death in the trek -- allied airplanes bombed refugee ships etc. etc.] Text "Further kind of deaths" 01 (33min. 29sec.) "There were more kind of deaths reported in written:" (orig. in German: "Als weitere Todesursachen sind schriftlich überliefert:"

Text "Further kind of deaths" 02 (33min. 33sec.) "Death by slapping, shooting, strangulating, drowning, stabbing, death after several violations, death after cutting penis and testicles, crucifying, whip, stamping to death..." (orig. in German: "Erschlagen, Erschiessen, Erdrosseln, Ertränken, Erstechen, Tod nach mehrfacher Vergewaltigung, Entmannen, Kreuzigen, Totpeitschen, Tottrampeln..." Text "Further kind of deaths" 03 (33min. 40sec.) "... burning alive, death by mutilating, rolling in barrels, put into barrels filling the barrel with swill." (orig. German: "... Verbrennen bei lebendigem Leib, Verstümmeln, zu Tode Rollen in Fässern und Vollpumpen mit Jauche."

"Interrogations" of the criminal allies with torture against Germans without end Text "Torture and murder by Soviet interrogation officers" (33min. 49sec.) "In the processes and show processes Soviet interrogation officers often tortured German prisoners of wars and also killed them when they did not want to speak." (orig. in German: "In den Straf- und Schauprozessen liessen sowjetische Vernehmungsoffiziere nicht aussagewillige, deutsche Kriegsgefangene in vielen Fällen foltern und erschiessen." Text "Torture by "American" interrogation officers" (33min. 59sec.) "In many cases American interrogation officers let German prisoners of war in starvation or tortured them with feces thrown over their heads, bags over their heads, slapping them without end getting them "ready" for the interrogation." (orig. in German: "Amerikanische Vernehmungsoffiziere liessen in vielen Fällen deutsche Kriegsgefangene tagelang hungern, mit Fäkalien übergiessen, Säcke über die Köpfe stülpen, dann auf sie einschlagen, um sie für die Verhöre weichzubekommen." Text "Torture by "American" interrogation officers at Malmedy process" (34min. 10sec.) "During Malmedy massacre trial [Dachau] the charged German prisoners of war were driven wood peaced under their finger nails or testicles were crushed forcing them to "confessions"." (orig. in German: "Im "Malmedy-Prozess" wurden den angeklagten, deutschen Kriegsgefangenen Holzkeile unter ihre Fingernägel getrieben oder die Hoden zerquetscht, um sie zu "Geständnissen" zu zwingen."

"U.S." racist Zionist terrorism with torture without end Text "Help rejected in the "American" Zone" (34min. 19sec.) "U.S." military authorities were forbidding to distribute food and tents to the prisoner camps coming from Wehrmacht deposits or from "U.S." deposits. Installation of drinking water and food was also forbidden for the German population..." (orig. in German: "Die US-Militärbehörde verbot, Verpflegung und Zelte aus Wehrmachtsund US-Depots in den Gefangenenlagern zu verteilen, untersagte, die Bereitstellung von Trinkwasser und Nahrungsmitteln für die deutsche Bevölkerung..."

Text "Destruction of food in the "American" zone" (34min. 29sec.) "... they ordered in the case of helping civilians to take the food and to destroy it." (orig. in German: "... befahl, den helfenden Zivilpersonen die Lebensmittel abzunehmen und zu vernichten."

16 million Germans expelled since 1945 should not be minimized Text "6 million dead Germans during the post-war area 1945-1950" (35min. 5sec.) "The suffering of 16 million German civilians during their expulsion, of 11 million German men in war imprisonment, and the death of more than six million civilians of our country" (orig. in German: "Das Leid von 16 Millionen deutschen Bürgern während der Vertreibung, von elf Millionen deutschen Männern in der Kriegsgefangenschaft, und der Tod von weit über sechs Millionen Bürgern unseres Landes..."

Text "Fate being expelled and mass murder of the allied must not be concealed" (35min. 14sec.) "... after May 8, 1945 is too important and should not be concealed, whereas other people of Germany can say that they felt freed in this time." (orig. in German: "... nach dem 8. Mai 1945 ist zu bedeutend, als das es neben der Erleichterung derer, die sich praktisch befreit sahen, von damals an diesem Tag verschwiegen werden dürften!"

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Photo sources [1] map of Germany with the Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945: Video: Die schönen Rheinwiesenlager der Alliierten: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5PULzOrIaI, 1min. 6sec. [2] historian Zayas: Video: Die Rheinwiesenlager: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3bmKhBKZO8, 23sec. [3] German soldiers are hit by "Americans" with machine guns: 1min. 15sec. [4] The Rhine meadow camps - the planned death of the victorious powers: 1min. 31sec. [5] Search of German soldiers in 1945: 2min. 11sec. [6] German soldier captures with risen hands: 2min. 15sec. [7] Rhine meadow camp with jeep guard: 2min. 25sec. [8] Rhine meadow camp, queue with German soldiers 01: 2min. 34sec. [9] Rhine meadow camp, queue with German soldiers 02: 2min. 38sec. [10] Rhine meadow camp, German soldier with eye bandage in the queue: 2min. 40sec. [11] Eye witness Dr. Richard M. Müller, Rhine meadow camp Remagen: 4min. 35sec. [12] "American" guard separating Germans at the entrance of a Rhine meadow camp: 6min. 51sec. [13] Eye witness Josef Dressen reporting how the criminal "Americans" even rejected food from the Red Cross for the German prisoners of war: 7min. 32sec. [14] prepared camps in North of France: 8min. 10sec. [15] "Americans" installing a Rhine meadow camp 01: 8min. 19sec. [16] "Americans" installing a Rhine meadow camp 02: 8min. 22sec.

[17] map of the Middle Rhine with the Rhine meadow camps: 8min. 35sec. [18] "Americans" installing a Rhine meadow camp 03, installing poles: 8min. 37sec. [19] "Americans" installing Rhine meadow camp 04, cutting poles: 8min. 41sec. [20] "Americans" installing Rhine meadow camp 05, installing poles: 8min. 48sec. [21] "Americans" installing Rhine meadow camp 06, installing barbed wire: 8min. 53sec. [22] report of the International Red Cross about German prisoners of war in Rhine meadow camps 01: 9min. 10sec. [23] report of the International Red Cross about German prisoners of war in Rhine meadow camps 02: 9min. 14sec. [24] report of the International Red Cross about the Rhine meadow camp in Bretzenheim: 9min. 17sec. [25] report of the International Red Cross about the Rhine meadow camp in Bretzenheim, signature of Wittek: 9min. 19sec. [26] women from flak posts and from news service detained: 9min. 58sec. [27] German soldiers herded like animals behind barbed wire in a Rhine meadow camp,sector 6: 10min. 26sec. [28] "American" searching German soldiers: 11min. 28sec. [29] "Americans" searching German soldiers: 11min. 42sec. [30] Scheme of a Rhine meadow camps with squares as it's base parted in more squares: 12min. 11sec. [31] Little tents on the earth: 12min. 15sec. [32] An "American" soldier guarding a Rhine meadow camp with Germans behind barbed wire; 12min. 29sec. [33] Rhine meadow camp is guarded with a jeep evading flights: 12min. 35sec. [34] Rhine meadow camp, aerial photo; 12min. 41sec. [35] Eye witness Heinz Matthias: 13min. 7sec. [36] Water provision in a Rhine meadow camp: 13min. 10sec. [37] Water provision in a Rhine meadow camp on the knees at a water barrel: 13min. 12sec. [38] Water provision in a Rhine meadow camp on the knees at a water tap with metal cup: 13min. 14sec. [39] probing water: 13min. 15sec. [40] "American" guard with shooting gun in his hand shutting a barbed wire gate: 13min. 20sek, [41] Black "U.S." army member in front of a wooden wall: 13min. 26sec. [42] German prisoners of war sitting and lying on a meadow: 13min. 30sec. [43] German prisoners of war sitting and lying on a meadow 02: 13min. 32sec. [44] Torture position on the knees with hands on the back: 13min. 47sec. [45] Tortured dead German women on a meadow: 13min. 51sec. [46] Tortured dead German men on a meadow: 13min. 54sec. [47] Tortured dead German men on a meadow 02: 13min. 58sec. [48] Tortured dead German women on a meadow: 14min. 0sec. [49] report about "American" war crimes in Germany 1945 01: 14min. 5sec. [50] report about "American" war crimes in Germany 1945 02, suffocation during a transport of prisoners: 14min. 8sec. [51] report about "American" war crimes in Germany 1945 03, murders near Tambach: 14min. 16sec. [52] report about "American" war crimes in Germany 1945 04, "U.S." soldiers murdering 70 German soldiers in Luxembourg: 14min. 20sec. [53] arrival of German soldiers on a lorry: 14min. 26sec. [54] shit "Americans" herding German soldiers on a lorry like animals: 14min. 30sec. [55] German soldiers getting into cattle coach: 14min. 35sec. [56] German soldiers getting into cattle coach 02: 14min. 39sec. [57] German soldiers on a meadow in the sun, summer 1945: 14min. 56sec. [58] German soldiers on a meadow in the sun, summer 1945 02: 15min. 3sec. [59] Eye witness Dr. Robert M. Müller: 15min. 19sec. [60] German soldiers on a meadow in the sun, summer 1945, upright: 15min. 30sec. [61] German soldiers in a Rhine meadow camp digging holes: 15min. 39sec. [62] German soldiers in a Rhine meadow camp digging fox's dens, 3 to 5 persons in a hole: 15min. 51sec. [63] Rhine meadow camp in spring 1945, puddles with rain and snow 01: 15min. 56sec. [64] Rhine meadow camp in spring 1945, puddles with rain and snow 02: 16min. 0sec. [65] Eye witness Ernst Albrecht on an acre 01, shues: 16min. 6sec. [66] Eye witness Ernst Albrecht on an acre 02, profile: 16min. 9sec. [67] Eye witness Ernst Albrecht on an acre 03, Panorama: 16min. 12sec. [68] Eye witness Ernst Albrecht on an acre, portrait: 16min. 16sec. [69] Rhine meadow camp with figures and holes in the ground: 16min. 18sec. [70] Rhine meadow camp in the rain, protection with blankets until they are "wet": 16min. 30sec. [71] Rhine meadow camp with figures and holes in the ground: 16min. 41sec. [72] Rhine meadow camp, two figures and a barbed wire fence: 16min. 43sec. [73] Rhine meadow camp in summer, German prisoners of war in the sun on the earth, no dugouts: 16min. 51sec. [74] acre which was a Rhine meadow camp before: 17min. 3sec. [75] German prisoners of war with blankets protecting from the sun, summer 1945: 17min. 12sec. [76] arriving German prisoners of war, one with a big piece of cardboard: 17min. 15sec. [77] German prisoners of war on a free field behind mesh wire: 17min. 20sec. [78] German prisoners of war with thick coats on dry earth in a barbed wire cage: 17min. 26sec. [79] eye witness Prof. Dr. Richard M. Müller, portrait: 17min. 36sec. [80] "American" guard guarding on a hill with a machine gun over a Rhine meadow camp: 19min.27sec. [81] weak German prisoners of war on the ground in the sun, summer 1945: 19min.33sec. [82] German prisoners of war upright herded: 19min. 42sec. [83] eye witness Heinz Matthias, portrait: 19min.46sec. [84] eye witness Josef Dressen, portrait: 20min.5sec. [85] Rhine meadow camp in preparation with some hills in the background: 20min.9sec. [86] German prisoner of war at a barbed wire fence: 20min. 12sec. [87] cooking area for heating water or soup, probably grass soup: 20min. 14sec. [88] German prisoner of war handing his empty tin: 20min.17sec. [89] march with some cups and a teakettle passing a little fire 01: 20min.21sec.

[90] march with some cups and a teakettle passing a little fire 02: 20min.24sec. [91] loudspeaker vehicle with orders by an "American" or by a corrupt German: 20min.28sec. [92] water station in a Rhine meadow camp with chlorine and queue: 20min.31sec. [93] getting water with a cup at a water tap on the floor: 20min.47sec. [94] German prisoner of war with a cup of water: 20min.59sec. [95] Rhine meadow camp with queue: 21min. 10sec. [96] queue in form of an "U" in a Rhine meadow camp in the sun, summer 1945: 21min. 12sec. [97] queue in a Rhine meadow camp, zoom in the sun, summer 1945: 21min. 17sec. [98] eye witness Prof. Dr. Robert M. Müller, portrait: 21min.39sec. [99] eye witness Prof. Dr. Robert M. Müller, portrait with 18 years: 22min.3sec. [100] herded Rhine meadow camp with German prisoners of war upright at a barbed wire fence: 22min.36sec. [101] instruction to the population with the prohibition of giving food to German prisoners of war: 22min.48sec. [102] instruction to the population with the prohibition of giving food to German prisoners of war, signature: 22min.52sec. [103] giant Rhine meadow camp, aerial view: 22min.57sec. [104] man with a white shirt, perhaps a medical doctor in a Rhine meadow camp: 23min.4sec. [105] men with a white shirts, perhaps a medical doctors, passing a Rhine meadow camp: 23min.12sec. [106] German prisoners of war on a meadow in the sun in summer 1945: 23min.15sec. [107] German prisoners of war on a meadow in the sun in summer 1945 02: 23min.20sec. [108] German prisoners of war on a meadow in the sun in summer 1945 03: 23min.26sec. [109] mass murderer Eisenhower, portrait: 23min.36sec. [110] hand of a sick person with dysentery, a German prisoner of war: 23min.54sec. [111] German prisoners of war in a queue before their check-in to a Rhine meadow camp: 24min.8sec. [112] German prisoners of war in a queue before their check-in to a Rhine meadow camp, control of documents: 24min.11sec. [113] German prisoner of war with injured eye: 24min.14sec. [114] burning vehicles, eventually provoked by a mine or by a trap: 24min.19sec. [115] a man hanging on a tree presented by an "American" soldier: 24min.21sec. [116] a man hanging on a tree presented by an "American" soldier, zoom: 24min.25sec. [117] German prisoner of war waiting: 24min.29sec. [118] field of dead bodies with German dead bodies guarded by an "American" soldier in a thick coat: 24min.36sec. [119] pit for mass grave for German prisoners of war 01: 24min.43sec. [120] pit for mass grave for German prisoners of war 02: 24min.45sec. [121] fox's den, zoom: 24min.49sec. [122] monument: 24min.53sec. [123] eye witness Heinz Matthias: 25min.5sec. [124] barbed wire with blue sky: 25min.11sec. [125] barbed wire with blue sky 02: 25min.12sec. [126] German captive fixed: 25min.16sec. [127] German captive with a rope 01: 25min.19sec. [128] German captive with a rope 02: 25min.21sec. [129] German captive with a rope 03: 25min.24sec. [130] German captive with a black bag on his had: 25min.27sec. [131] German captive with a black bag on his had and with a rope around: 25min.29sec. [132] German captive hanging 01: 25min.30sec. [133] German captive hanging 02: 25min.32sec. [134] Murdered captive is put into a coffin 01: 25min.34sec. [135] Murdered captive is put into a coffin 02: 25min.38sec. [136] Murdered captive is put into a coffin 03: 25min.40sec. [137] German prisoners of war dead on a meadow 01: 25min.44sec. [138] German prisoners of war dead on a meadow 02: 25min.47sec. [139] German prisoners of war dead on a meadow 03: 25min.52sec. [140] German prisoners of war dead on a meadow 04 with a cup in his hand: 25min.57sec. [141] German prisoner of war dead on a meadow in fresh grass, eventually after a flight: 26min.5sec. [142] An eye witness showing where a Rhine meadow camp has been before: 26min.17sec. [143] An eye witness showing where a mass grave with 1,000s of German soldiers can be found: 26min.22sec. [144] Rhine meadow camp Bretzenheim, memorial plate: 26min.33sec. [145] Rhine meadow camp Bretzenheim, monument: 26min.48sec. [146] Rhine meadow camp Bretzenheim, territory with hills in the background: 27min.2sec. [147] Rhine meadow camp Bretzenheim, territory with hills in the background 02: 27min.10sec. [148] Rhine meadow camp Bretzenheim, territory with monument: 27min.14sec. [149] road near territory where Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim has been before: 27min.23sec. [150] road near territory where Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim has been before with monument: 27min.27sec. [151] book of James Bacque "Other Losses", cover: http://servv89pn0aj.sn.sourcedns.com/~gbpprorg/judicialinc/jame.s_bacque.htm [152] funeral march for dead German prisoners of war of the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim: 28min.2sec. [153] wreath laying procedure for dead German prisoners of war of the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim 01, 28min.36sec. [154] wreath laying procedure for dead German prisoners of war of the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim 02, 28min.59sec. [155] wreath laying procedure for dead German prisoners of war of the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim 03, 29min.6sec. [156] wreath laying procedure for dead German prisoners of war of the Rhine meadow camp of Bretzenheim 04, 29min.20sec. [157] charge against criminal "U.S.A.": lies about a "liberation" of Germany: 29min.27sec. [158] red memorial light at the monument of Bretzenheim 01: 30min.12sec. [159] red memorial light at the monument of Bretzenheim 02: 30min.37sec. [160] eye witness Heinz Matthias, portrait: 31min.11sec. [161] Text "truth": 32min.18sec.

[162] Text "reality": 32min.26sec. [163] Text "occupation zones": 32min.38sec. [164] Text "12 million Germans": 32min.48sec. [165] Text "millions of German prisoners of war murdered": 32min.58sec. [166] Text "16 million of Germans expelled": 33min.8sec. [167] Text "murder even before the expulsion": 33min.20sec. [168] Text "further kind of deaths" 01: 33min.29sec. [169] Text "further kind of deaths" 02: 33min.33sec. [170] Text "further kind of deaths" 03: 33min.40sec. [171] Text "torture and murder by Soviet investigation officers": 33min.49sec. [172] Text "torture by "American" investigation officers": 33min.59sec. [173] Text "torture by "American" investigation officers at Malmedy process": 34min.10sec. [174] Text "rejected help in the "American" zone": 34min.19sec. [175] Text "destruction of food in the "American" zone": 34min.29sec. [176] Text "6 million dead Germans in war captivity after 1945": 35min.5sec. [177] Text "fate of expelled people and mass murder by the allies must not be concealed": 35min.14sec. [178] Volksfront media, logo: 35min.27sec. ^

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The Rhine meadow camps in Germany in summer 1945 (part 3) Part 3: German bodies from the Rhine meadow camps presented as Jewish bodies
Part 3: Video: <The complete truth about the giant lie> (<Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge>) - German bodies from summer 1945 were presented as Jewish bodies faking a murder of millions against Jews inventing a Holocaust - cc Auschwitz was an armament factory with moderate death rates - Wehrmacht was not participating in partisan warfare in eastern Europe - Jews had fled mostly to other places - mass murder after a war is normal for "U.S.A." and GB What racist Zionist "Americans" did in the "American" zone in remaining Germany in 1945

Auschwitz fake: photo with "American" soldiers and German dead bodies on a lorry in a Rhine meadow camp in summer 1945. Headline of a German newspaper: Letters discover: Hemingway Auschwitz was liberated by the Red Army [18] shoot 122 German prisoners of war in Summer 1945 [54] from: Video: The complete truth about the giant lie (orig. in German: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge); http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4 Film protocol by Michael Palomino (2013) Teilen / share: Facebook
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The map with the Rhine meadow camps in remaining Germany in 1945

The map of Germany with the Rhine meadow camps of Summer 1945 1. Büderich 2. Rheinberg 3. Wickrathberg 4. Remagen 5. Sinzig 6. Siershahn 7. Andernach 8. Diez 9. Urmitz 10. Koblenz 11. Dietersheim 12. Heidesheim 13. Hechtsheim 14. Winzenheim / Bretzenheim 14. Biebelsheim 15. Bad Kreuznach 16. Ludwigshafen 17. Böhr-Iggelheim 18. Heilbronn (am Neckar)

The map of Germany with the Rhine meadow camps of Summer 1945 [1]

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Part 3: Video: <The complete truth about the giant lie> (<Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge>) - German bodies from summer 1945 were presented as Jewish bodies faking a murder of millions against Jews inventing a Holocaust - cc Auschwitz was an armament factory with moderate death rates - Wehrmacht was not participating in partisan warfare in eastern Europe - Jews had fled mostly to other places - mass murder after a war is normal for "U.S.A." and GB

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Germany is not a sovereign state and digging for German bodies in the country is forbidden
<In this video the matter is also the debate about Germany and about what will be when sometimes will be a German sovereignty.> (0-10sec.) (orig. German: <In diesem Video geht es um die Deutschland-Debatte, und um das, was da auf uns zukommt, sollte irgendwann einmal eine Souveränität vorhanden sein. (0-10sek.)

Discussion about German sovereignty, for example at a conference of Compact of 2011 with correspondent Peter Schollatour [2] There is the impression that corresponding to this topic there are many fantasies and illusions but are hardly justified. Because in the case of a sovereignty of Germany there would also be a sovereignty for digging form deads of the war in Germany itself and masses will be found. Until nowadays German Federal Republic was making attention that nobody was digging at the wrong spot. But in the case of a sovereignty this will not be the case any more (44sec.). (orig. en alemán: Es besteht der Eindruck, dass in Bezug auf dieses Thema sehr viele Schwärmer und Illusionisten gewisse Hoffnungen knüpfen, die möglicherweise durch nichts gerechtfertigt sind. Denn im Falle einer Souveränität würde die Kriegsgräberfürsorge auch im Inland nach Kriegstoten suchen und diese auch in Massen finden. Bisher achtet die BRD mit Argusaugen darüber, dass niemand an der falschen Stelle gräbt. Aber im Falle einer Souveränität wird das nicht mehr der Fall sein (44sek.).

Until today (2013) German war graves commission is only authorized for graves abroad [3] (orig. in German: <Dem Volksbund für Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge sind durch das Gräbergesetz von 1952 die Hände gebunden, weil er danach nur für Kriegstote im Ausland zuständig ist. Im Inland muss er auf einen Grabungsauftrag seitens deutscher Behörden warten. Solch ein Grabungsauftrag wird nicht erteilt.> <In 1952 the war grave law was made in Germany and the People's Association for German war graves is limited according to this law only being authorized for war deaths abroad. For digging in Germany itself an application is needed and a permission of the German authorities is needed. But such a digging order is not given.>

In this video is presented mostly what is well known already and is described in many reviews like here an article of "Spiegel" with the title "Coming home without home" (orig. German: "Heimkehrer ohne Heim"). Here is claimed that "U.S." troops had been overcharged after Second World War and they had no forces to organize the food for the German prisoners of war. In this article of "Spiegel" there are also wrong figures indicated unfortunately, and furthermore one can see in this article that the Soviets and Yugoslavs are rated bad having handled badly the German prisoners of war. But this is only a propaganda and is only a part of the truth because the complete truth is really a little bit another one. (1min. 18sec.) (orig. in German: In diesem Video wird zumeist zurückgegriffen auf das, was längst bekannt ist und auch schon in Zeitschriften erörtert wurde wie hier zum Beispiel ein Spiegel-Artikel "Heimkehrer ohne Heim". Hier wird dargestellt, dass die "US"-Truppen am Ende des Zweiten Weltkrieges überfordert gewesen sein sollen bei der Versorgung der deutschen Kriegsgefangenen. In diesem Spiegel-Artikel wird leider die Gesamtzahl falsch angegeben, und des Weiteren ist diesem Artikel zu entnehmen, dass die bösen Sowjets und die Jugoslawen massenmörderisch mit deutschen Kriegsgefangenen umgegangen sind. Das ist allerdings nur Propaganda und auch nur ein Teil der Wahrheit, denn die Wahrheit sieht tatsächlich ein bisschen schlimmer aus. (1min. 18sek.) With the topic investigated here it comes out clearly that telling half of the truth is like a 100% lie. In the Internet one can find indications how the truth is really, for example here when jackets of the German concentration camps are shown. (orig. in German: Bei dem hier behandelten Thema wird sehr deutlich, dass die Hälfte der Wahrheit zu erzählen 100% Lüge ist. im Internet kann man durchaus Hinweise finden, wie die Wahrheit aussieht, wie die zum Beispiel hier mit diesen Jacken, die als KZ-Häftlingsjacken bekannt sind.

Jackets from German concentration camps in the "U.S.A." [4] Family members in the "U.S.A." are administrating the remnants of the German prisoners of war when they landed in the "U.S.A." as German prisoners of war, and then he has such a jacket and this should be given to a museum or so (1min. 50sec.) But persons having a certain knowledge about the circumstances in those times know that German prisoners of war NEVER had such clothes of German concentration camps and were never landing in the "U.S.A." as a German prisoner of war with these jackets. It was not a captive from a German concentration camp either having such a jacket coming to "U.S.A." This can be absolutely excluded. Thus it had to be a German prisoner of war who was brought to "U.S.A." in clothes like this jacket and was remaining in the States then (2min. 20sec.). The point for a better understanding what really happened is the question who are these emaciated humans, one should say, "carectic" humans, here on the next photo (2min. 33sec.). (orig. in German: Angehörige in den "USA" verwalten den Nachlass eines deutschen Kriegsgefangenen, der als Kriegsgefangener in den "USA" landete, und in seinem Besitz befindet sich eine solche Jacke, und diese soll nun gespendet werden an irgendein Museum oder so. (1min. 50sek.) Wer nun ein bisschen Kenntnis hat von den Umständen, die damals herrschten, weiss, dass deutsche Kriegsgefangene mit Sicherheit NICHT mit KZ-Klamotten in den "USA" landeten als deutsche Kriegsgefangene. Völlig auszuschliessen ist die Möglichkeit, dass es sich hier fälschlicherweise um einen KZ-Häftling handelt, der seine Kleidung noch anhatte und so in die "USA" gelangte. Das ist völlig ausgeschlossen. Es muss also ein deutscher Kriegsgefangener gewesen sein, der mit solcher Kleidung in die "USA" gebracht wurde und dort blieb. (2min. 20sek.) Dreh- und Angelpunkt, zum besseren Verständnis, was da wirklich los gewesen ist, ist die Frage, wer sind diese dünnen, zu Tode abgemagerten Menschen, man müsste sagen, "karektische" Menschen, die hier auf dem Bild zu erkennen sind (2 min. 33sek.).

Piles of dead bodies of carectic humans, according to the "Americans" these are dead Jews, but according to new research these are dead German soldiers 1945 [5]

Concentration Camp of Auschwitz with good living and working conditions
The official version says that these would be captives of German concentration camps. But people investigating a little bit more will have difficulties to find real original proofs of captives of German concentration camps suffering so much hunger for being emaciated. But one can find photos like the following ones (2min. 51sec.) (orig. in German: Der offiziellen Darstellung nach wären das KZ-Häftlinge. Wer sich allerdings mit dem Thema auseinandersetzt, wird Schwierigkeiten haben, wirklich belegbare Original-Fotos von KZ-Häftlingen zu sehen, die zu Tode abgemagert waren. Stattdessen findet man dann solche Bilder wie diese (2min. 51sek.)

Freed captives in Auschwitz in 1945 [6] with the clear indication that this would be inmates of the concentration camp of Auschwitz during the liberation, or the following photo of Auschwitz (3min. 0sec.) (orig. in German: wo dann ganz klar behauptet wird, das seien KZ-Insassen bei der Befreiung des KZs, oder solche Bilder aus Auschwitz (3min. 0sek.)

Concentration camp Auschwitz with factory, work hall with forced laborers for German armament industry [7] because Auschwitz was a production plant and emaciated and carectic human beings cannot work well. Or there is the following photo where also humans can be seen with a normal nourishment (3min. 13sec.) (orig. German: weil, Auschwitz war eine Produktionsstätte und abgemagerte, karektisch abgemagerte Menschen können keine Leistung vollbringen. Oder wie dieses Bild, wo auch ebenso Menschen zu erkennen sind mit normalem Ernährungszustand (3min. 13sek.).

Concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, people with normal nourishment [8] [Polish process indicates 300,000 victims at the Auschwitz process above all because of epidemics by contamination of ground water - red cross indicating about 50,000 lethal victims for Auschwitz According to the Polish Auschwitz process the concentration camp of Auschwitz had about 300,000 lethal victims, and this was a high death rate because the rinking water was contaminated there. Teh concentration camp of Auschwitz was built in a marsh. Deads were buried in the marsh and then the drinking water was contaminated provoking three big epidemic waves in Auschwitz. Many people deported to Auschwitz were selected at the ramp for industrial work or for agricultural work. Children and elder people were sent to farms. Many were also deported to the Russian Gulag. And others were deported back to the tunnel constructioning sites in the Reich where they died in the tunnels or they were surviving and came to the DP camps organizing their emigration to Palestine, New Zealand, Australia or "USA" or Canada or to other destinations. Red Cross and the Zionists always had the control in the Auschwitz camp. Red Cross indicates about 50.000 lethal victims for Auschwitz].

A letter from a Jewish boss from Bergen-Belsen in March 1945 yet
Nobody doubts that this letter is real. The letter comes from a Jewish boss, Jup Weiss, or Joseph Weiss (3min. 22sec.) Die Authentizität dieses Briefes wird nicht in Zweifel gezogen. Es handelt sich um einen Brief des Judenältesten, Jup Weiss, oder Joseph Weiss (3min. 22sek.)

Letter by a Jewish boss Joseph Weiss from the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen from March 1945 [9]

and he was writing on March 20 yet, thus 14 days before the liberation of Bergen-Belsen, thus of another concentration camp, he was thanking for the delivery of 4,700 food parcels, 500 woolen blankets, and he is pleading for 20,000 Reichsmark yet for customs taxes because the concentration camp wold be liberated after a short time then. It is stated that this letter had been written under pressure and extortion methods, but this is a very strange measure and the sense would not be anyone then. Finally this letter was written to Jewish Agency in Geneva, and it is shown that the National Socialists were collaborating perfectly with them concerning the emigration of Jews to Palestine. (4min. 5sec.) (orig. German: der noch am 20. März, also 14 Tage vor der Befreiung von Bergen-Belsen, also einem anderen KZ, sich bedankt für die Zulieferung von 4700 Lebensmittelpaketen, 500 Wolldecken, und er bittet noch um 20.000 Reichsmark für die anstehenden Zollgebühren, weil das KZ ja kurze Zeit darauf befreit werden sollte. Zwar wird behauptet, dass dieser Brief unter Erpressungsmethoden oder so zustande kam, aber das ist doch eine sehr einzigartige Massnahme, und der Sinn lässt sich auch nicht ganz erschliessen. Schliesslich war dieser Brief an die Jewish Agency in Genf gerichtet, und es wird noch gezeigt, dass die Nationalsozialisten hervorragend mit diesen Leute zusammengearbeitet haben, bezogen auf die Aussiedlung von Juden nach Palästina. (4min. 5sek.) [This letter is a clear indication that the German concentration camps did NOT collapse at the end of the war, but all piles of dead bodies which were shown there were German bodies from the Rhine meadow camps transported there - and also the epidemics are a lie of the Zionist allies against Germany].

Lies about a Holocaust are denied by Jews themselves more and more
But this letter is not so important. Because the lies can be seen more and more on Youtube videos (4min. 13 sec.) (orig. German: Aber auf diesen Brief kommt es gar nicht an. Es wird allgemein viel gelogen, wie in diesen Videos auf YouTube hier zu sehen ist (4min. 13sek.):

Videos "Holocaust, my mom lied" ("Holocaust, meine Mutter log") [10] Truth can be investigated also by other indications (4min. 16sec.) (orig. German: Die Wahrheit kann man sich durch andere Hinweise erschliessen (4min. 16sek.)

Videos: Holocaust lies of Rosenblat family [11]

Dismissed captives from German concentration camps were very well nourished and could swim for kilometers - Cap Arcona case
as one can see with this example with [the ship of] "Cap Arcona". here one can really see how the bodily estate of captives of German concentration camps has been (4min. 24sec.) (orig. in German: wie zum Beispiel im Cap Arcona. Hier wird sehr deutlich, in welchem körperlichen Zustand die KZ-Häftlinge gewesen sein müssen (4min. 24sek.).

May 3, 1945: English Royal Air Force was murdering over 7,000 Jewish people coming from German concentration camps

Refugee ship "Cap Arcona" was shot on May 3, 1945 [12] (orig. in German: <1945, am 3. Mai: Hitler war schon tot, Hamburg und Berlin hatten kapituliert, doch die Royal Air Force [englische Luftwaffe] startete zum letzten grossen Luftangriff. Ziel waren Schiffsansammlungen in der Kieler und Lübecker Bucht. Die grössten Schiffe, die schwimmenden KZ-Transporter Cap Arcona und Thielbeck, waren Ziel der Bomber und Tiefflieger: Dieser fatale Irrtum kostete über 7000 Häftlinge das Leben - die grösste Schiffskatastrophe aller Zeiten.> Translation: <On May 3, 1945, Hitler was already dead [officially], Hamburg and Berlin had capitulated, but Royal Air Force was starting the last big attack. The target were groups of ships in the bay of Kiel and Lubeck. The biggest ships, swimming transporter Cap Arcona and Thielbeck were the target of the bombs and of the hedge hoppers. The fatal error cost over 7,000 lives - the biggest ship catastrophe ever seen.>

A few days before the end of the war the ships with the former detainees from German concentration camp of Neuengamme, with other captives from other concentration camps, were shot by Royal Air Force, bombed and drowned. Survivors were even shot by hedge hoppers. This is a war crime of first rank when humans in a distress at sea are shot, that really takes the biscuit (4min. 44sec.). Erwin Geschonnek is really the most prominent victim respectively survivor of this catastrophe (4min. 50sec.). (orig. in German: Wenige Tage vor Kriegsende wurden die Schiffe mit den KZ-Häftlingen aus Neuengamme, einem weiteren, anderen KZ, von der Royal Air Force angegriffen, gebombt, versenkt, und die Überlebenden wurden sogar noch von Tieffliegern beschossen. Das ist ein Kriegsverbrechen ersten Ranges, denn Menschen in Seenot zu beschiessen, ist so ziemlich das Allerletzte (4min. 44sek.). Erwin Geschonnek ist so ziemlich das prominenteste Opfer bzw. der Überlebende dieser Katastrophe (4min. 50sek.)

3.5.1945: After 6 years in German concentration camps he had to swim kilometers for saving his life

Erwin Geschonnek, survivor of Cap Arcona catastrophe of May 3, 1945 [13] (orig. in German: <1939 geriet er in die Hände der Gestapo und musste sechs Leidensjahre in verschiedenen Konzentrationslagern überstehen. Mit den Häftlingen des Konzentrationslagers Neuengamme wurde Geschonnek Anfang Mai 1945 auf das Schiff "Cap Arkona" verladen, das als schwimmendes KZ präpariert worden war. Das Bombardement der Royal Air Force am 3. Mai 1945 überlebten nur wenige - 350 von 4500 Häftlingen, unter ihnen auch Erwin Geschonnek.> Translation: <In 1939 he was in the hands of Gestapo and had to stand through 6 years in different German concentration camps. In the beginning of May 1945 Mr. Geschonnek was brought to the ship "Cap Arcona" with the captives of the concentration camp of Neuengamme. This ship was prepared as a swimming concentration camp. Then Royal Air Force was bombing the ship on May 3 1945 and only a few survived - 350 of 4,500 captives, also Erwin Geschonnek.>

and the ships were in the bay of Kiel respectively in the bay of Lubeck kilometers from the coast line (4min. 57sec.). (orig. in German: und die Schiffe befanden sich in der Kieler Bucht beziehungsweise in der Lübecker Bucht kilometerweit von der Küste entfernt (4min. 57sek.).

The refugee ship "Cap Arcona" before drowning [14] Thus people had to swim kilometers for reaching land. And it cannot be admitted that bones can swim so far (5min 4sec.). (orig. in German: Die Leute mussten also an Land schwimmen, kilometerweit. Und es ist ja wohl nicht anzunehmen, dass Knochen schwimmen (5min. 4sek.).

Emaciated German captive sitting on the ground in a Rhine meadow camp in summer 1945 [15] This man on the photo is only skin and bones. He will not swim 10 meters. When this man would be a captive from a German concentration camp, then the photo should be from April 1945 (5min. 19sec.).

(orig. in German: Dieser Mann hier, der auf dem Foto zu sehen ist, besteht gerade mal aus Haut und Knochen. Der schwimmt keine 10 Meter. Würde es sich bei diesem Mann hier um einen KZ-Häftling handeln, dann müsste die Fotografie im April 1945 aufgenommen worden sein (5min. 19sek.).

Comparison of the weather in April 1945 and in summer 1945
Investigating the photos from April 1945 (5min. 22sec.) (orig. in English: Wenn man sich die Bilder vom April 1945 ansieht (5min. 22sek.)

Prisoners of war, German soldiers near Frankfurt on the Main in the end of April 1945 [16] thus one can see that this April was very cold. And this is also reported many times. And this man (5min. 27sec.) (orig. in German: dann war es kalt dort. Es ist auch so überliefert worden. Der Mann (5min. 27sek.)

Emaciated German captive on the ground in a Rhine meadow camp in summer 1945 with dark gray clothes around [15] is living topless. Now one has to know that carectic human beings will cool down very fast. That's why one can admit that this photo was not taken in April [1945] but more in July or in August 1945. Additionally there is the question what's up with all these clothes on the ground and why he is not wearing clothes. And why the man has got a cap of a women on his head? What's up with all this? (orig. in German: hat einen blossen Oberkörper. Und nun muss man wissen, dass karektische Menschen sehr schnell auskühlen. Deswegen ist anzunehmen, dass diese Fotografie nicht aus dem April stammt sondern eher im Juli oder August 1945 angefertigt wurde. Des weiteren muss man mal fragen, was die ganzen Klamotten, die da rumliegen, sollen, und wieso zieht er sich nichts an. Wieso hat der Mann ein Damenkäppi auf dem Kopf? Was soll das? (5min. 53sek.)

[Interpretation of the photo with the emaciated German captive on the ground -- the clothes on the ground are from dead German prisoners being undressed here being shifted to the lorries -- the emaciated man is searching the clothes of the deads because he wants to find something, and other captives are doing the same in the background -- summer 1945 was a hot summer and the man could be topless perhaps also because of lice he wanted to evade -- a women's cap seems to be a present from a woman soldier or is from a dead woman soldier].

German jackets from captives from German concentration camps in the "U.S.A.", how did they get there? [4]

"Americans" NEVER were in Auschwitz - all photos with "American" soldiers claiming sceneries of Auschwitz are made in other locations
Searching the topic precisely one can find many fakes, also on the official web sites. Always one mistake is committed, that is (6min. 2sec.) (orig. in German: Wer zum Thema recherchiert, der wird so einiges finden, auch in offiziellen Webseiten. Da passiert denen immer wieder ein Fehler. Nämlich: (6min. 2sek.):

Faked Auschwitz photo with "American" soldiers and rows of German dead bodies from the Rhine meadow camps [17] "U.S." American soldiers are said having been in Auschwitz. But this is really IMPOSSIBLE. These photos were never made in Auschwitz (6min. 11sec.) (orig. in German: "US"-amerikanische Soldaten sollen in Auschwitz gewesen sein. Das ist so ziemlich UNMÖGLICH. In Auschwitz können diese Aufnahmen nicht angefertigt worden sein (6min. 11sek.)

Auschwitz fake: photo with "American" soldiers and German dead bodies on a lorry in a Rhine meadow camp. Auschwitz was liberated by the Red Army [18]. and again there is the question: Who are the emaciated and carectic dead bodies next to the "U.S." soldiers? (6min. 19sec.) (orig. in German: und wieder stellt sich die Frage: Wer sind diese zu Tode abgemagerten, karektischen Leichen, neben denen die "US"-Soldaten stehen? (6min. 19sek.)

78,000 "Americans" were taken to the Gulag and have NEVER seen Auschwitz

Here one has to recapitulate that "U.S.A." respectively many people from the "U.S.A." are missing family members since the Second World War (6min. 28sec.) (orig. German: An dieser Stelle sei mal kurz drauf verwiesen, dass die "USA", beziehungsweise Leute aus den "USA" Angehörige aus dem Zweiten Weltkrieg vermissen (6min. 28sek.).

List with missed "Americans" from Second World War, from Korean War and from South East Asia [19] Missed "Americans" from the Second World War: 78,000, from Korean War: 8,200, from South East Asia: 1948 "Americans" These are soldiers who were in the German camps of prisoners of war. These camps were in the east, and were "liberated" more or less by the Soviets. But the prisoners of war, and the inmates, the "U.S." Americans, British, and French did not come home. And here is placed the number of 78,000. It could [also] be more. They landed in the Gulag camps, in the Soviet Gulag (6min. 50sec.). This is known and therefore it cannot be admitted that it had been possible that "U.S." soldiers have seen Poland and Auschwitz (7min. 2sec.) [but since April 1945 the Auschwitz concentration camp was administered by the Red Army and German prisoners of war were sheltered there - and many witnesses have seen the quality of this Auschwitz camp]. And now there re war crimes and people always speak with me that I would be "good" in pointing to others when the case is about war crimes (7min. 10sec.). Das sind Soldaten, die in deutschen Kriegsgefangenenlagern waren. Diese Lager befanden sich im Osten, und sind von Sowjets sozusagen "befreit" worden. Nur, die Kriegsgefangenen, die "US"-Amerikaner, Briten und Franzosen sind NICHT nach Hause gekommen. Und hier wird die Zahl 78.000 genannt. Es können [auch] mehr sein. Die sind in den Gulags, in sowjetischen Gulags gelandet. (6min. 50sek.) Das ist bekannt, und deswegen ist es nicht anzunehmen, dass es möglich gewesen sein soll, dass die "US"-Soldaten in Polen in Auschwitz gewesen sein können (7min. 2sek.) [sondern es war sogar ab April 1945 so, dass die Rote Armee das Lager Auschwitz übernahm und dort deutsche Kriegsgefangene unterbrachte - und diese Zeugen haben die Qualität des Lagers Auschwitz dann selbst gesehen]. Nun geht es hier um Kriegsverbrechen, und ich werde immer darauf angesprochen, ich wäre "gut" darin, auf andere zu deuten, wenn's um Kriegsverbrechen geht (7min. 10sek.)

Faked Auschwitz photo with "American" soldiers and rows of German dead bodies in a Rhine meadow camp [17]

Always the loser is blamed for war crimes - example partisan warfare between Ukrainians and Poles
One thing has to be clear: The longer a war is lasting the more war crimes are happening, on all sides with all armies (7min. 15sec.) (orig. in German: Eines muss klar sein: Je länger ein Krieg dauert, desto mehr Kriegsverbrechen passieren, und zwar bei allen Armeen (7min. 15sek.).

Borislav Kaminsky in a uniform [20] And also with German Wehrmacht during Second World War there were war crimes of course. Thus there is the question if these war crimes were judged or not. In the case of Wehrmacht this was the case. Possibly Warsaw Uprising in 1944 is the best know example with war crimes committed by the Wehrmacht (7min. 38sec.). (orig. German: Und selbstverständlich sind auch im Verantwortungsbereich der Wehrmacht im Zweiten Weltkrieg Kriegsverbrechen geschehen. Es ist aber eine Frage, ob diese auch geahndet werden. Das ist bei der Wehrmacht der Fall gewesen. Möglicherweise ist der Warschauer Aufstand 1944 das bekannteste Beispiel, wo Kriegsverbrechen im Verantwortungsbereich der Wehrmacht zustandegekommen sind (7min. 38sek.).

Report about Warsaw Uprising and penalties for German war crimes [21]. The origin is at the end with brigade leader Kaminski, a general (orig. German: Dies geht zurück auf den Brigadeführer Kaminski, im Generalsrang, schlussendlich,

Borislav Kaminsky in a uniform [20] These war crimes were judged by German military courts. Kaminsky was shot in 1944 because of this. And now one can say that all had been war criminals, this Kaminski brigade. But one has also to know that this was happening withing the partisan warfare in the east (8min. 13sec.). German troops were at the front, and behind the front in the "communication zone" - the space between the front and the home land - there were the required troops like this Kaminski brigade (8min. 14sec.). (orig. in German: Diese Kriegsverbrechen sind von deutschen Militärgerichten geahndet worden. Kaminski wurde 1944 deswegen erschossen. Nun kann man natürlich sagen, dass das alles Kriegsverbrecher waren, diese Kaminski-Brigade. Man muss aber auch wissen, dass dieses im Zuge des Partisanenkrieges im Osten stattfand (8min. 13sek.) Die deutschen Truppen befanden sich an der Front, und in der "Etappe", also im ganzen Raum hinter der Front bis zur Heimat, befanden sich diese requirierten Truppen wie die Kaminski-Brigade (8min. 14sek.)

Google search for Kaminski brigade, screen shot [22] - and the Kaminski brigade in real (POA) [23] within the partisan warfare. Otherwise there had been a mixture of languages at the front. This was not possible to perform. Additionally one has to know that the Wehrmacht had no interest for sure to shoot any farmer because the front had to be fed from the occupied countries. Food production in Germany was just enough for the civilians during the war. A simple conclusion says: "Without food no fight". And just this was the reason that the Soviets were installing partisans in this communication zone for destroying the food production (8min. 50sec.). (orig. in German: im Zuge des Partisanenkrieges. Ansonsten hätte es ein Sprachgewirr gegeben an der Front. Das war nicht durchführbar. Des Weiteren muss man wissen, dass die Wehrmacht mit Sicherheit kein Interesse gehabt hatte an der Erschiessung von Bauern, denn sie mussten sich aus dem besetzten Land ernähren. Die Nahrungsmittelerzeugung in Deutschland reichte gerade mal zur Ernährung der Zivilbevölkerung in Kriegszeiten. Eine simple Erkenntnis besagt: "Ohne Mampf, kein Kampf". Und genau aus diesem Grund wurden in den besetzten Gebieten von der Wehrmacht Partisanen von den Sowjets eingesetzt, um diese Nahrungsmittelproduktion zu stören. (8min. 50sek.)

Russian partisans [24] Partisans leave no eye witnesses who could inform about how many partisans it were and in which direction they left the location. That's why many shoot farmers in the communication zone are crimes by Soviet partisans (9min. 7sec.). Furthermore other partisan groups were fighting making facts, for example Ukrainian partisans from Ukrainian liberation army. They had the goal to reoccupy territories which were occupied by Poland in the 1920s - wars and expulsion - rolling back the expulsion (9min. 20sec.) (orig. in German: Partisanen hinterlassen keine Augenzeugen, die darüber Auskunft geben können, wie viele Partisanen es waren und in welcher Richtung sie davongezogen sind. Deswegen gehen viele Erschiessungen von Bauern aus den Gebieten auf das Konto von sowjetischen Partisanen. (9min, 7sek.) Des Weiteren wurden Fakten geschaffen von ukrainischen Partisanen beziehungsweise von der ukrainischen Befreiungsarmee. Diese wollten die Gebietsgewinne Polens in den 1920er Jahren - Kriege und Vertreibung rückgängig machen (9min. 20sek.).

Report about Ukrainian partisans and the elimination of Polish farmers [25] Polish authorities in those times had settled Polish farmers there, and then Ukrainian patriots were fighting against Wehrmacht first, but then in July 1942 they made an armistice and Wehrmacht was delivering weapons for the Ukrainian patriots, light infantry weapons, and uniforms (9min. 38sec.).

(orig. in German: Die Polen hatten seinerzeit polnische Bauern dort angesiedelt, und während die Ukrainischen Patrioten zunächst gegen die Wehrmacht gekämpft hatten, so kam es im Juli 1942 zu einem Waffenstillstand, und die Wehrmacht belieferte die Ukrainischen Patrioten mit Waffen, also leichten Infanteriewaffen, und Uniformen (9min. 38sek.).

Ukrainian patriots armed by Wehrmacht since 1942 [26] And these Ukrainian patriots should fight Soviet partisans then. But the Ukrainian patriots had another goal: They wanted to cleanse the territories from Poles who had been settled there because they wanted to claim certain territories for themselves after the war (9min. 57sec.). (orig. in German: Und diese Ukrainischen Patrioten sollten dann gegen sowjetische Partisanen kämpfen. Die ukrainischen Patrioten hatten aber vor, die Gegend völkisch zu säubern von irgendwelchen Polen, die dort angesiedelt wurden, weil sie nach einem Kriege dieses Gebiet für sich beanspruchen wollten (9min. 57sek.).

Ukrainian patriots, photo with veterans [27] Nobody should say that somebody other wanted the territories. And therefore Ukrainian patriots were shooting Polish farmers there in masses. Of course Ukrainian patriots just said that they would do the same which had been done in the 1920s by the Poles against the Ukrainians expelling them before (10min. 21sec.). In short words: Wehrmacht met a hornets' nest in the east of Europe where many groups were fighting and massacring each other. Partisan warfare in the East is a chapter for itself. One cannot describe this in some words. (orig. in German: Niemand sollte sagen, dass jemand anders da noch einen Anspruch formulieren könnte. Und deswegen wurden dort von den Ukrainischen Patrioten polnische Bauern in Massen abgeschossen. Der Fairness halber sei erwähnt, dass die Ukrainischen Patrioten sich darauf berufen, nur mit gleicher Münze heimgezahlt zu haben, was ihnen selbst durch Polen in den 1920er Jahren geschah [angetan worden war] mit ihrer Vertreibung (10min. 21sek.). Um es kurz zu sagen: Die Wehrmacht ist im Osten in ein Wespennest geraten, wo sich so und so viele Gruppen gegenseitig massakrierten. Der Partisanenkrieg im Osten ist ein Kapitel für sich. Das kann man in diesen paar Worten nicht ausführlich beschreiben.

1941-1943: Massacres against the remaining Jewish population behind the eastern front
And then there is the claim that Jews had been shoot in masses by German soldiers (10min. 39sec.) (orig. German: Und dass - wie hier behauptet - Juden erschossen worden seien von deutschen Soldaten (10min. 39sek.)

Shooting commando in Eastern Europe [28] [These can be Germans, but also can be SS commands of Ukrainians, Baltes, or Belorussians. The victims can be Jews or other criminals being shoot under the martial law - or it can also be a show only for the photo without killings].

is not credible because there was no or hardly any Jew in the East.> (orig. in German: ist unglaubwürdig, weil keine Juden, oder kaum Juden im Osten vorhanden waren.> [This statement is wrong respectively there are the following details about Jews in Eastern Europe]:

[Details about Jews in Eastern Europe from 1920 to 1941: reduction of the Jewish population by 50 to 80& by emigration and Stalin deportations and Big Flight from Barbarossa -- since 1920 there was a constant emigration to Palestine or to other countries because Eastern Europe was economically very bad after Russia fell into communism and many markets broke off for the east European countries -- Jews in the Gulag Soviet Union were systematically russified by discriminations in the job -- since 1939 since the partition of Poland Stalin organized deportation of capitalist orientated Jews to central Russia -- since 1940 after the occupation of the Baltic states and Bessarabia Stalin organized more deportations of capitalist orientated Jews to central Russia -- in 1940 also Polish Jews who had fled from western Poland to eastern Poland were deported to central Russia because these Jews rejected to the Russian passport -- in 1941 Stalin organized the dismantling of important industries in eastern Europe shifting them to central Russia, and many communist orientated Jews who were workers in these important industries could flee to central Russia (Big Flight from Barbarossa) -- in 1941 many Jews were also in the Red Army and they could retreat (Big Flight from Barbarossa). All in all in 1941 remained only half or one third of the original Jews of 1920 in Eastern Europe. These were above all elder Jews who did not work any more or families with ill persons who could not organize a flight or Jewish families which did not expect harsh anti-Semitism under NS law. But some pogroms and mass killings against Jews were already organized by the local population itself withing the two or three days when the Red Army had gone and Wehrmacht was not coming yet! Then Nazi rule was installing a reward system for denunciations, and "Christian" population was partly making crosses on the doors or walls of "Jewish houses" denouncing the remaining Jews or also hidden Jews and partly getting rewards by the NS administration. Mass shootings were organized which were organized partly by the population itself without the organization or intervention by the NS occupation forces. Then the "Christians" could distribute the Jewish houses and on flea markets "Jewish belongings" were sold. Jews partly also survived in ghettos, in forests, on farms etc., but they always were in danger being denounced. For Jews the law was harsher than for "Christians". Baltic people were rated "Aryans of first grade", Ukrainians of "second grade", and Belorussians of "third grade". Deported Jews in central Russia were partly integrated into the Red Army, others died because of hunger and Siberian cold, above all since 1942 when no parcels came any more from Poland. In the Red Army many Jews died because they were ordered to fight in the first lines - on the order of the communist commanders].

The film says: <Also the official authorities of Federal Republic of Germany are informing, here for example in a memorial book of the Federal Archives indicating the measures which were taken in those times getting the Jews out of Eastern Europe, and then they landed in masses in the Reich and in Austria (11min. 0sec.). (orig. in German: <Selbst die offiziellen Stellen der BRD legen dieses nahe, hier zum Beispiel im Gedenkbuch des Bundesarchivs auf die Massnahmen, die seinerzeit ergriffen wurden, um Juden aus dem Osten zu vertreiben, die dann in Massen im Reich und in Österreich landeten (11min. 0sek.).

German Federal Archives: Polish Jews landing in other countries [29] - Polish Jews in Austria 1938 forced to go back to Poland [30]

Birobidzhan - Zionist massacre after 1945
For Jews in the Soviet Union there was another special spot which Stalin had installed, this was the creation of an autonomous Jewish republic far in the east. This republic was called Birobidzhan (11min. 13sec.). (orig. in German: Für die Juden in der Sowjetunion gab es noch was ganz besonderes, denn Stalin hatte ein Prestigeprojekt in Angriff genommen, nämlich die Schaffung einer autonomen, jüdischen Republik ganz im Osten. Diese Republik hiess Birobidschan (11min. 13sek.).

Map with Russia and the republic of Birobidzhan [31] After Second World War there were indeed massacres against Jews here, and the murderers were Zionists. They did not want to know about any Birobidzhan as an alternative for Palestine or Israel (11min. 27sec.). These topics can only be mentioned shortly here but show very well that the truth is another one - really another one - than is often stated in the official media (11min. 38sec.). (orig. German: Hier kam es übrigens nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg tatsächlich zu Massakern an Juden, und zwar deswegen, weil die Zionisten nichts wissen wollten von Birobidschan als Alternative zu Palästina beziehungsweise Israel (11min. 27sek.). Diese Themen können immer nur kurz angeschnitten werden und zeigen sehr deutlich, dass die Wirklichkeit deutlich anders aussieht, und zwar deutlich anders aussieht als von den offiziellen Medien dargestellt (11min. 38sek.).

Collaboration of criminal Zionists with the strategists of NSDAP
Also the collaboration of the Zionists with the National Socialists shifting the Jews to other countries is not denied officially. Amidst in Berlin at Meineke Street Nº 10 there is a memorial plate of the Palestine Office (11min. 49sec.), (orig. in German: Auch die Zusammenarbeit der Zionisten mit den Nationalsozialisten beim Abtransport von Juden nach wird nicht geleugnet. Mitten in Berlin an der Meinekestrasse 10 gibt es eine Gedenktafel des Palästinaamts (11min. 49sek.),

Memorial plate of the Palestine Office at Meineke Street Nº 10 in Berlin [32]

and in this house there were more Zionist organizations as also the already mentioned Jewish Agency. These organizations were selecting the Jews who was a rich Jew, or a healthy Jew and were allowed to go to Palestine, and the rest came to Auschwitz [respectively were used for tunnel constructioning or were shifted even to the Gulag to the Stalin's side, children and elder people were distributed to the farms etc.]. (12min. 8sec.) (orig. in German: und in diesem Haus waren weitere zionistische Organisationen, wie auch die eben schon erwähnte Jewish Agency. Diese haben die Selektion vorgenommen, welche Juden reich waren, bzw. gesund waren und nach Palästina durften, und der Rest kam nach Auschwitz [bzw. wurde dann in den Bunkerbau oder in den Gulag auf die Seite Stalins weiterverteilt, Kinder und ältere Menschen wurden auch auf Bauernhöfe verteilt]. (12min. 8sek.)

Vienna since 1920: Eastern Jews making queue coming to Vienna on their way to Palestine Jewish Agency describing housing for Jews from Eastern Europe in Vienna [33] Since 1920 Jews from Poland and from other East European countries were constantly emigrating, and a big quantity was first arriving in Vienna, or they went directly to the Black Sea and got to Palestine with a ship. [from the book of Frank Stern and Barbara Eichinger: Vienna and the Jewish experience 1900-1938. Acculturation - anti-Semitism Zionism; Edition 2010, p.74-75 (orig. in German: Wien und die jüdische Erfahrung 1900-1938. Akkulturation - Antisemitismus Zionismus, Böhlau-Verlag 2010, S.74-75] (see here the passage in the Internet: http://books.google.co.th/books?id=8L2GjavATqAC&pg=PA74&lpg=PA74& dq=%22Wegen+der+wiederholten+Sperrung+von+Grenzen+sowie+der+Land-+und+Seewege%22&source=bl&ots=vLSz38_H7F& sig=5kxciRawhN279jLgrhwWqFxCzbE&hl=de&sa=X&ei=U0P7UcDiLcisrAfV-IB4&ved=0CCcQ6AEwAA#v=onepage& q=%22Wegen%20der%20wiederholten%20Sperrung%20von%20Grenzen%20sowie%20der%20Land-%20und%20Seewege%22& f=false)

[Die Gründung des Palästinaamts 1920] 1920 wurde in Palästina eine Zivilverwaltung unter dem ersten "High Commissioner" (Hochkommissar), Sir Herbert Samuel, eingerichtet, im selben Jahr in London auf einem weltweiten Zionistenkongress die Gründung einer Einwanderungszentrale in Palästina beschlossen> (S.73) [Die Zertifikate beim Palästinaamt ab 1920 und ab 1933] <Es gab verschiedene Kategorien von Zertifikaten. Für jene der Kategorie "A" waren bestimmte Mindestkapitalien erforderlich. Sie wurden an Angehörige freier Berufe, Handwerker sowie Personen mit gesichertem Einkommen vergeben. Der grösste Betrag - tausend Palästina-Pfund - war für die sogenannten "Kapitalistenzertifikate" erforderlich. Unter die Kategorie "B" fielen Rabbiner, Schülerinnen und Schüler sowie Studentinnen und Studenten, deren Unterhalt in Palästina gesichert war, sowie ab 1933 die Mitglieder der "JugendAlija". Die "C"-Zertifikate wurden an Arbeiterinnen und Arbeiter vergeben, die eine entsprechende Vorbildung in handwerklichen oder landwirtschaftlichen Berufen vorweisen konnten, jene der Kategorie "D" an Personen, die von bereits im Lande Ansässigen erhalten werden konnten.> (p.74) [Ungewollte, jüdische Aufenthalte in Wien ab 1920] <Wegen der wiederholten Sperrung von Grenzen sowie der Landund Seewege aufgrund von Streiks, politischen Unruhen und

[Foundation of the Palestine office in 1920] <In 1920 under the High Commissioner Sir Herbert Samuel a civil administration was installed in Palestine, and in the same year the world wide Zionist Congress in London was founding an Immigration Center in Palestine.> (p.73) [Certificates at the Palestine Office since 1920 and since 1933] <There were different categories of certificates. Category "A" meant rich Jews with a certain amount of money. These were people of free professions, craftsmen and persons with safe income. The biggest amount - thousand Palestine Pound - was wanted for the "Capitalist Certificate". Category "B" were rabbis, pupils and students who had safe lodging and food in Palestine, and since 1933 also members of "Youth Alija" were category "B". Certificates of "C" were given to workers who had a good schooling in handicrafts or agricultural professions. Category "D" was given to persons who had relatives or familiars in Palestine already getting housing and food from them.> (p.74) [Stay in Vienna since 1920 without wanting it] <Because of repeated closures of the borders and because of strikes on the way through the continent or on the sea, also because of political unrests and because of quarantine laws

Quarantänebestimmungen stauten sich in Wien manchmal Hunderte Personen, deren eigentliches Ziel Palästina war. Die einheimische Bevölkerung im Nachkriegsösterreich, wo Hunger und Arbeitslosigkeit herrschten, reagierte misstrauisch und feindselig auf die Präsenz dieser "Ostjuden". Diese wurden bis zur Fortsetzung ihrer Reise in leerstehenden Kasernen, Fabriken und Gasthäusern einquartiert. Einer für das Palästina-Amt tätigen Ärztegruppe oblag die Auswahl der Einwanderer für Palästina nach körperlichen und gesundheitlichen Kriterien. In dem vom Palästina-Amt herausgegebenen Handbuch war - den Denkmustern und dem Sprachgebrauch (S.74) [der damaligen Zeit entsprechend, aus heutiger Sicht irritierend - von einer "Auswahl des Menschenmaterials in beruflicher, sanitärer und moralischer Hinsicht" die Rede.> (S.75)

Jews were held in Vienna by hundreds sometimes on their way to Palestine. The local population in Vienna after the First world War was confronted with hunger and unemployment and was reacting with distrust and animosities to this presence of the"Eastern Jews". They got housing in empty military barracks, in factories and in guest-houses until their journey was continued. The Palestine Office had dispatched a group of medical doctors and these doctors were making the selection who was bodily fit and healthy fulfilling the criteria for Palestine. There was a handbook of the Palestine Office - with the patterns and uses of the language of these days (p.74) indicating Nazi vocabulary like "selection of human material concerning professions, clean life and moral".> (p.75)

There is no doubt about the fact that also National Socialists - organizing themselves - were bringing Jews to Israel, here for example is the story about Angel family (orig. German: Engel). National Socialists were organizing a big emigration of Jews to Israel leaving the British out of the play (12min. 24sec.). (orig. in German: Es wird ja auch kein Hehl daraus gemacht, dass die Nationalsozialisten - in eigener Regie - Juden zum Beispiel nach Israel brachten, hier zum Beispiel die Geschichte der Familie Engel. An den Briten vorbei haben die Nationalsozialisten in grossen Aktionen Juden nach Israel gebracht. (12min. 24sek.)

[NSDAP was organizing the ship from Bratislava to Palestine - and the British did everything to hinder the landing]

Engel family reached Israel with an NS transport [34] (see the web site: http://www.grossestadtgutgasse34.at/engel.html) <In the end of November 1939 Jeannette Engel reached a transport ship to Palestine which was under National Socialist control. This transport was illegal (because the British did not give their permission). In Bratislava the Danube ships could not start for 9 months and the refugees got housing in an armament factory in Bratislava. Only at the beginning of September 1940 the journey of 2 and a half months started passing the Danube and the Black Sea - with very bad circumstances and much waiting time. At the end of November 1940 the ships reached Haifa but the British government blocked the port for them. Then the refugees should be shifted to a British colony during the war. Then a bomb attack against the next transport ship "Patria" was performed by an underground Jewish fighting group. But the explosive was too strong and "Patria" was sinking and 267 humans died. Then there were strong interventions from different sides that the refugees of the first two ships could stay in Palestine. But those who had reached with the third ship ("Atlantic") and had come last and had not changed to "Patria" yet, were deported by the British to Mauritius Island and were interned there until the war ended. Beneath these persons was Jeannette Engel.> (orig. German: <Jeannette Engel gelang es Ende November 1939 auf einen unter Kontrolle der Nationalsozialisten organisierten illegalen (weil von den Engländern nicht erlaubten) Transport nach Palästina zu kommen. Die in Bratislava geplante Einschiffung auf Donauschiffe verzögerte sich aber um mehr als neun Monate, während derer die Flüchtlingsgruppe in einer aufgelassenen Patronenfabrik in Pressburg interniert wurde. Erst Anfang September 1940 startend und nach mehr als zweimonatiger Reise über Donau und Schwarzes Meer - unter widrigsten Umständen und dauernden Verzögerungen - erreichte der Transport Ende November 1940 Haifa, wo aber die britische Regierung die Landung verwehrte. Die Flüchtlinge sollten für die Dauer des Krieges in eine britische Kolonie abgeschoben werden, was durch einen Sprengstoffanschlag am für den Transport vorgesehenen Schiff „Patria“ durch eine im Untergrund operierende jüdische Kampftruppe verhindert werden sollte. Die Sprengladung war aber zu stark, die „Patria“ sank und riss 267 Menschen in den Tod. Es konnte nun nach massiven Interventionen von verschiedenen Seiten erreicht werden, dass die Flüchtlinge der ersten zwei Schiffe in Palästina bleiben durften. Jene aber, welche mit dem dritten Schiff (der „Atlantic“) zuletzt anlangten und noch nicht auf die „Patria“ gewechselt waren, wurden von den Engländern nach Mauritius deportiert und bis zum Ende des Krieges interniert. Unter ihnen Jeannette Engel.>

This can control everybody who wants. But most people don't know about it because the official historiography is telling other stories. There are also such web sites like the one of Munster University where a big research is made about this topic of NS regime and Jews proving who had instructed National Socialists (20min. 42sec.), and these instructors were the "U.S." "American" banksters who all were Zionists. Therefore National Socialism can also be called a branch of Zionism (12min. 51sec.). (orig. German: Das kann man nachlesen, wenn man will. Das ist den meisten Leuten eben nicht bekannt, weil die offizielle Geschichtsschreibung etwas anders aussieht. Und selbst, wenn man solche Seiten besucht, wie die Uni

Münster hier, die sehr wohl Forschung betreiben in diesem Bereich und sehr deutlich herausstellen konnten, wer die Nationalsozialisten angeleitet hatte (12min. 42sek.), nämlich die "US"-"amerikanischen" Bankster, die insgesamt Zionisten waren. Und deshalb muss man auch den Nationalsozialismus als Zweig des Zionismus bezeichnen (12min. 51sek.). [Zionism: With the booklet "The Jewish State" the battle began Already in the racist book "The Jewish State" of racist Zionist Herzl is described clearly that provoking anti-Semitism is the mean to drive the Jews to Palestine chasing all Arabs away. And National Socialists did it with SA and SS. German population was against anti-Semitism and was even hiding many Jews risking their lives for them]. [Here is an example how criminal Zionists were financing the carreer of Hitler - it was the Bush family]:

Prescott Bush financing Thyssen granting the rise of Hitler

University of Munster: web site about Bush family and Nazi connections [35] (see the web site: http://www.uni-muenster.de/PeaCon/global-texte/g-a/g-ss/AmericanEmpire/nazis.htm)

<Prescott Bush und die Nazis [Profite mit Nazi-Geschäften]
Ein gern verschwiegener Teil der Bush-Geschichte ist die Tatsache, dass Prescott Bush, der Großvater des heutigen Präsidenten, die Familie durch Geschäfte mit den Nazis zu erheblichem Reichtum geführt hat. [Nazi-Vermögen auf "US"-Banken] Bush nutzte seine guten Kontakte zum Harriman-Clan, die aus der gemeinsamen Mitgliedschaft im Geheimorden Skull & Bones an der Yale-Universität stammten. In den zwanziger Jahren wurde er Teilhaber und Mitglied des Vorstands der Brown Brothers Harriman Holding Company und Leiter der Union Banking Corporation (UBC). Die UBC war für die Auslandsbankgeschäfte hochrangiger deutscher Industrieller zuständig. Zu Bushs Klienten zählten vor allem der Stahlmagnat Fritz Thyssen, der die Nazibewegung von 1924 bis zu ihrer Machtübernahme finanzierte, Reichsbankpräsident Hjalmar Schacht, Friedrich Flick und SS-Bankier Kurt von Schroeder. [Deutsche Exportgeschäfte in die "USA" ab 1933] Ein anderer Zweig der Harriman Gruppe, Harriman International Co., kümmerte sich unterdessen um das Exportgeschäft. 1933 traf man eine Verabredung mit Hitler, um die deutschen Exporte auf dem US-Markt zu koordinieren. [1942: Prescott Bushs Bank UBC wird beschlagnahmt] Zehn Monate nach dem Eintritt in den Zweiten Weltkrieg beschlagnahmte die US-Regierung im Oktober 1942 UBC und einige weitere Unternehmen, an denen Prescott Bush und die Harrimans beteiligt waren. In der Anordnung Washingtons zur Beschlagnahme der Bank wurden neben Bush und Harriman drei Nazi-Führer genannt. [1945: Die Bush-Bank steht mit dem Thyssen-Konzern in Verbindung] Eine Untersuchung aus dem Jahr 1945 zeigt, dass die von Prescott Bush geführte Bank mit dem Deutschen Stahltrust in Verbindung

<Prescott Bush and the Nazis [profits with Nazi business]
A big part concealed of the history of the Bush family is the fact that Mr. Prescott Bush, grand father of President George Bush, got rich with Nazi business. [Nazi fortune on "U.S." banks] Bush was using his good contacts to the Harriman Clan. He knew these people by the common membership in the group "Skull & Bones" at Yale University. In the 1920s he was one of the owners and member of the management board of Brown Brothers Harriman Holding Company and chief of the Union Banking Corporation (UBC). UBC was responsible for the banking business with high ranked German industrials. Bush had clients like steal boss Fritz Thyssen who was financing the Nazi movement from 1924 on up to the accession to power in 1933, and also the president of the Reich's Bank Hjalmar Schacht, and Friedrich Flick and SS banker Kurt von Schroeder were his clients. [German export business with "U.S.A." since 1933] Another branch of the Harriman group was Harriman International Company handling export trade of the Third Reich. In 1933 there was an agreement with Hitler for the coordination of the German export products on the "U.S." market. [1942: Prescott Bush's Bank UBC is confiscated] 10 months after the entry into the Second World War the "U.S." government was confiscating Bush's UBC bank and more companies in October 1942 where Prescott Bush and the Harriman Clan were involved. In this order of Washington for the confiscation of the bank were mentioned Bush, Harriman and three Nazi leaders. [1945: Bush's bank is connected with Thyssen trust] An investigation from 1945 shows that the bank of Prescott Bush was in connection with this German steal trust which was lead by Thyssen and Flick, one of the

stand, der von Thyssen und Flick geleitet wurde, einem der Angeklagten in Nürnberg. Der riesige Industriekonzern produzierte die Hälfte des Stahls und über ein Drittel des Sprengstoffs sowie weitere strategische Materialien, die von der deutschen Kriegsmaschinerie während der Kriegsjahre gebraucht wurden. [1942: Beschlagnahmung von drei Tarngesellschaften] Am 28. Oktober 1942 beschlagnahmte die US-Regierung die Vermögen zweier Unternehmen, die dem Naziregime als Tarnfirmen dienten: der Holland-Amerika Handelsgesellschaft und der Seamless Steel Equipment Corporation, die beide von UBC kontrolliert wurden. Einen Monat später übernahm die Regierung auch die Anteile der Nazis an der Schlesisch-Amerikanischen Gesellschaft (SAC), die von Prescott Bush und seinem Schwiegervater George Walker geführt wurde. [Das Gesetz gegen den "Handel mit dem Feind"] Der Beschlagnahmungsbefehl aufgrund des Gesetzes über Handel mit dem Feind beschrieb die Schlesisch-Amerikanische Gesellschaft als eine "US Holding Company mit deutschen und polnischen Tochterfirmen", die große und wertvolle Kohle- und Zinkbergwerke in Schlesien, Polen und Deutschland kontrollieren. Weiter hieß es, dass diese Besitztümer seit September 1939 unter Kontrolle des Naziregimes gestanden hätten, welches sie in den Dienst des Krieges gestellt habe. [Historiker John Loftus - Auflösung der Bush-Bank UBC 1951 Bush-Familie finanzierte Thyssen für Hitlers Aufstieg] John Loftus, ein ehemaliger Staatsanwalt der Abteilung für Kriegsverbrechen des Justizministeriums und heutiger Vorstand des „Florida Holocaust Museum“ in Sankt Petersburg (USA), hat sich mit den Nazi-Verbindungen der Bushs beschäftigt. Seinen Aussagen zufolge erhielt die Bush-Familie 1,5 Millionen Dollar für ihre Anteile an UBC, als die Bank 1951 endgültig aufgelöst wurde. "Dort kam der Reichtum der Familie Bush her: Er kam aus dem Dritten Reich," erklärte Loftus kürzlich in einer Rede. Und weiter: "Es ist schlimm genug, dass die Bush-Familie Thyssen dabei half, das Geld für den Aufstieg Hitlers in den zwanziger Jahren aufzubringen, aber dem Feind in Zeiten des Krieges zu helfen ist Verrat. Die Bush-Bank half den Thyssens, den Nazi-Stahl zu erzeugen, der alliierte Soldaten tötete.“ [Buch von Charles Higham: "Trading with the Enemy" "US"-Regierung will die Rolle Bushs verschleiern] Charles Higham, ehemaliger Reporter der New York Times, weist in seinem Buch „Trading with the Enemy“ auf den Umstand hin, dass die US-Regierung versucht hatte, die Rolle von Prescott Bush und vielen anderen führenden amerikanischen Finanzund Industriemagnaten bei der Unterstützung Hitlers zu verschleiern. Die Regierung habe befürchtet, eine Verfolgung dieser Personen würde "einen öffentlichen Skandal" verursachen und "die öffentliche Moral untergraben und Streiks und vielleicht sogar Meutereien in den Streitkräften provozieren". Außerdem glaubte die Regierung, so Higham weiter, "ihre Anklage und Verurteilung würde es den Unternehmensvorständen unmöglich machen, die Kriegsanstrengungen Amerikas zu unterstützen." (Trading with the Enemy: The Nazi American Money Plot 1933-1949, New York, 1983, S.xvii). [Prescott Bush erhält Kompensation und wird Vorsitzender des Nationalen Kriegsrats - und wird nach 1951 Senator] Die Roosevelt-Regierung und mächtige politische Persönlichkeiten in beiden Parteien taten ihr Bestes, um Prescott Bushs Probleme aufgrund seiner Geschäftsbeziehungen mit den Nazis abzumildern. Er wurde zum Vorsitzenden des Nationalen Kriegsrats ernannt und half mit, private Gelder für den Krieg unterstützende

charged persons of Nuremberg. The huge industrial trust had produced the half of the steal and over one third of the explosives and more strategic materials which were used by the German war machine during the war years. [1942: Confiscation companies] of three camouflaged

At October 28, 1942, "U.S." government was confiscating the fortune of two companies which served for the Nazi regime as camouflaged companies: Holland America Handelsgesellschaft and Semaless Steel Equipment Corporation, both controlled by UBC. One month later the government also took the shares of the Nazis in the Silesian American Company (SchlesischAmerikanische Gesellschaft) (SAC) which was lead by Prescott Bush and his father-in-law George Walker. [The law against the "trade with the enemy"] The order for the confiscation came on the base of the new trade law against the enemy. Silesian American Company was described as a "US Holding Company with German and Polish affiliated companies" controlling big and precious coal and tin mines in Silesia, Poland, and Germany. More below it was stated that the possessions had been under control of the Nazi regime since September 1939 and were a part of the war industry now. [Historian John Loftus - elimination of Bush's bank UBC in 1951 - Bush family financing Thyssen for Hitler's rise] John Loftus, a former state attorney in the department for war crimes of the ministry of justice - today he is in the management board of "Florida Holocaust Museum" in Saint Petersburg ("U.S.A.") - has investigated the Nazi connections of the Bush family. According to his statements the Bush family got 1.5 million dollars for the shares with UBC when the bank was eliminated definitely in 1951. "This was the base for the Bush family. Their fortune came from the Third Reich", Loftus declared in a speech a short time ago. And further on he said: "It's bad enough that this Bush family was helping Thyssen giving him the money for the rise of Hitler in the 20 years before, but helping the enemy during war times is treason. The Bush bank was helping Thyssen in producing the Nazi steel for killing allied soldiers." [Book from Charles Higham: "Trading with the Enemy" - "U.S." government wants to conceal the role of the Bushs] Charles Higham, former reporter of New York Times, indicates in his book "Trading with the Enemy" the fact that the "U.S." government tried to conceal the role of Prescott Bush and of many other "American" bosses of finance and industry having supported the Hitler regime. The government was anxious about that a persecution of these persons would provoke "a public scandal" and would "damage the public moral and provoke strikes or even rebellions in the "U.S." army." Higham continued indicating that additionally the government believed that "their charge and condemnation would provoke that it would be impossible for the managers in the management boards to support the war efforts of America." (Trading with the Enemy: The Nazi American Money Plot 1933-1949, New York, 1983, p.xvii) [Prescott Bush gets a compensation and is chairman of the National War Council - and after 1951 a senator] The Roosevelt government and the mighty political personalities in both political parties did their best to minimize the problem of Prescott Bush with this business problems with the Nazis. He was appointed to be the chairman of the National War Council then helping fund rising private funds for charity

Wohltätigkeitsorganisationen aufzubringen. Kurz nachdem er die 1,5 Millionen Dollar für seine Anteile an der Union Banking Corporation erhalten hatte, kandidierte er in Connecticut erfolgreich für den US Senat. Weitere Infos: http://www.heise.de/tp/deutsch/inhalt/co/15280/2.html http://www.nhgazette.com/cgi-bin/NHGstore.cgi?user_ action=detail&catalogno=NN_Bush_Nazi_2 http://de.indymedia.org/2003/03/44968.shtml>

organizations which supported the war. Shortly after he had got the 1.5 million dollars for his share at Union Banking Corporation he was a candidate for the "U.S." senate in Connecticut and got the post. More information: http://www.heise.de/tp/deutsch/inhalt/co/15280/2.html http://www.nhgazette.com/cgi-bin/NHGstore.cgi?user_ action=detail&catalogno=NN_Bush_Nazi_2 http://de.indymedia.org/2003/03/44968.shtml>

Captives of German concentration camps also had insurances
And there is the question if German captives in German concentration camps were emaciated, yes or not, one has to see this fact: An Austrian court stated that there was an accident, rent and health insurance for the captives, and that there were even more insurances of SS for the captives of the German concentration camps. And therefore an inmate of a concentration camp who had an accident there got a payment of the accident insurance later (13min. 18sec.). (orig. in German: Und weil es hier um die Frage geht, ob KZ-Häftlinge abgemagert waren, ja oder nein, sei dies noch erwähnt: Ein österreichisches Gericht stellte fest, dass es eine Unfall-, Renten- und Krankenversicherung gab, und dass noch andere Versicherungen von der SS für die KZ-Insassen bezahlt wurden. Und deswegen bekam ein KZ-Insasse aufgrund eines Unfalls, den er dort erlitten hatte, nachträglich Unfallversicherung ausbezahlt (13min. 18sek.).

Captive of a German concentration camp gets a sum of the accident insurance [36] <Sozialversicherung für KZ-Häftlinge In einem Nachkriegsprozess, den ein jüdischer, ehemaliger KL-Häftling wegen eines in seiner Haftzeit erlittenen Unfalls zwecks Zahlung einer Unfallrente angestrengt hatte, hat der Gerichtssachverständige Mitarbeiter des Dokumentationsarchivs des österreichischen Widerstandes (DÖW) - Dr. Florian Freund - festgestellt, dass die KL-Verwaltung für ihre Häftlinge Sozial-, Krankenkassen-, Unfall-, Renten- und Pensionsbeiträge bezahlt hat. "Auch wenn es heute paradox erscheint, wurden von der SS-Pension Versicherungszeiten für KZ-Häftlinge bezahlt, da es derartige rechtliche Bestimmungen gab." <Social insurance for captives in German concentration camps. In a process after the war a former Jewish captive of a German concentration camp who had suffered an accident there was making a lawsuit for the accident rent. The expert of the court - a member of the documentary archives of the Austrian resistance (DÖW) - Dr. Florian Freund - was stating that the administration of German concentration camps had installed Social, health, accident and rent insurance for the captives. "Also when it seems to be contradictory nowadays SS pension fund was paying insurance for the captives in the German concentrating camps because the law was like this.>

Criminal "U.S.A." are systematically presenting German prisoners of war in summer 1945 in the Rhine meadow camps faking them as Jews in German concentration camps from 1944 to spring 1945
Thus it can be admitted that these humans on such photos (orig. in German: Es ist also anzunehmen, dass diese hier dargestellten Menschen

Emaciated German captive topless sitting on the ground in a Rhine meadow camp with masses of dark gray clothes around [15] this is a German prisoner of war which is described as a "Jewish victim" of National Socialism. And this is the first giant lie. Some of these persons [German prisoners of war of the Rhine meadow camps] were arriving with the same clothes to the "U.S.A." in fact, as prisoners of war, and thus there is a storage of such clothes of German concentration camps in the "U.S.A." (13min. 42sec.). (orig. in German: deutsche Kriegsgefangene gewesen sind, die uns als "jüdische Opfer" des Nationalsozialismus verkauft werden. Und das ist die grosse Lüge. Einige von denen hier dargestellten Leuten [deutsche Kriegsgefangene der Rheinwiesenlager] sind tatsächlich in denselben Klamotten bis in die "USA" gekommen, als Kriegsgefangene, und so kommt es, dass heute ein Nachlass verwaltet wird in den "USA" (13min. 42sek.)

German clothes from German concentration camps in some deposits in "U.S.A." [4] where a former prisoner of war possessed a German jacket of a German concentration camp (13min. 46sec.). (orig. in German: wo ein ehemaliger Kriegsgefangener eine KZ-Jacke in seinem Besitz hatte (13min. 46sek.).

Mass murder during and AFTER the war is normal for "U.S.A." and England
Now it could be that many people will think that [as the mass murder against Germans was performed presenting German bodies as Jewish bodies] such a thing "U.S." army will never do, or British will never to that. But investigating the topic there is a big deception also in this case (13min. 55sec.). (orig. in German: Nun könnte es sein, dass viele Menschen jetzt denken, so was [wie der Massenmord an Deutschen mit Leichen, die dann als jüdisch bezeichnet werden] macht doch die "US"-Armee nicht, oder die Briten machen so was nicht. Auch hier muss man auf ganzer Linie enttäuschen (13min. 55sek.)

My Lai massacre of "U.S." army in Vietnam [37] - John Kerry at a hearing at the "U.S." senate in 1971 [38]

1865: Holocaust and mass murder during civil war in "U.S.A." in Andersonville
Unfortunately it's a tradition of the British and also of the "U.S." army to let starve and die people after the war (14min. 2sec.). (orig. in German: Das ist leider Tradition, bei der britischen Armee als auch bei der "US"-Armee, Menschen verhungern zu lassen nach dem Krieg. (14min. 2sek.)

Emaciated captives in the "U.S.A." in Andersnoville after civil war of 1865 [39,40] (see the text on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/pin/39476934204299048/) <An American Concentration Camp. This is in AMERICA. During the Civil War [1862-1865 with the pretext having a quarrel about slavery] "Camp Sumter" as it was officially known was built east of Andersonville in February of 1864 & received roughly 45,000 Union prisoners. Nearly 13,000 soldiers died. (I had heard 'Camp Sumter' mentioned in movies but never knew this is what it was. There were 'camps' like this in the north also). kn>

This was done with the people from the southern states after the secession war (14min. 7sec.). (orig. in German: Das haben sie getan mit den Südstaatlern nach dem Sezessionskrieg (14min. 7sek.).

Emaciated people from the southern state in "U.S.A." after the civil war of 1865 02 [41] - mass grave in Andersonville in Tennessee, "U.S.A." in 1865 [42] This text is from the book"American Civil War Prisoner of War and Prison History", see the web site: http://thomaslegion.net/civil_war_prisoner_of_war_prison_union_confederate_prisoners_and_prisons_.html

<Regarding the treatment of the Prisoner of War: “For the Northern side there is no excuse; for the Southern side there is one--and but one. The Union prisoners were starved, as I have said before, because we were starving ourselves; our children were crying for bread, and our Confederate soldiers were fighting on half-rations of parched corn and peas. The North had plenty of food, clothing, and provisions, but they intentionally withheld every provision from the Confederate prisoner… And it was done with calculated cruelty that has gone unmatched in any civilized society.” [Wrong, the Rhine meadow camps were repeating it]. Statistics reflect that the U.S. Government exchanged and paroled 329,963 "Rebels" and the Confederacy exchanged and paroled 152,015 "Federals." Once Total War was implemented, however, the exchanges halted abruptly; the North recognized that the paroled, or exchanged, prisoners were being recycled into the Confederate army. While the North had no shortage of troops, the South, however, could not afford to lose a single soldier. It was now simply a war of attrition, but, on the other hand, although it favored the Union on the battlefield, it had strong ramifications for the Federal prisoners.>

1860-1909: mass murder and Holocaust in India by English colonial forces
Also the population in India had to suffer this hunger tactics after the Sepoi uprisings in the middle of the 19th century (14min. 13sec.) (orig. in German: Das haben die Inder zu spüren bekommen nach den Sepoi-Aufständen Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts (14min. 13sek.).

Cartoon with an emaciated family of India and English tourists 1860-1909 [43] (orig. German: <Das ausgemergelte Volk als "Motiv" für die Kamera der reisenden Lady. Allein in den Jahren 1860-1909 starben 30 Millionen Menschen in Indien den Hungertod.>) Translation: <The emaciated population was a "photo subject" for the camera of the traveling lady. From 1860 to 1909 30 million people died by hunger in India.>

In the British colonial empire over 20 genocides were organized [44] (orig. in German: <Kein Land der Welt hat es so gut verstanden, seine Völkermorde zu leugnen wie Grossbritannien. Im britischen Kolonialreich fanden über 20 Genozide statt.> < - schreibt Mike Davis von künstlich erzeugten Hungernöten, die in Indien zwischen 12 und 29 Millionen Menschen umbrachten.> Translation: <No country of the world was organizing and denying genocides as well as Great Britain. In the British colonial empire over 20 genocides were organized.> <- writes Mike Davis about deliberately caused starvation causing between 12 to 29 million deaths in India.>

This list should be extended then with the Primary Nations being shifted to reservations with starvation and mass death (orig. in German: Diese Liste müsste dann noch erweitert werden um die Indianer, die in Reservaten dem Hungertod anheim fielen,

India, mass murder against Sepoy with canons [45] <Execution of uprising Sepoys. The convicted were bound at the mouth of canons and were "blasted into the air".> (orig. in German: <Hinrichtung aufständischer Sepoys. Die Verurteilten wurden vor Kanonen gebunden und so "in die Luft geblasen".> "USA", white racist commanders after the civil war since 1945 with Custer etc. murdering the Primary Nations [46]

as also the Boers were put into many concentration camps under General Kitchener and his British troops and so on and son on. The list is long (14min. 30sec.). (orig. German: genauso wie den Buren, die viel in Konzentrationslagern von General Kitchener und seinen britischen Truppen landeten, und so weiter und so fort. Die Liste wird lang (14min. 30sek.).

Mike Davis, book: "Late Victorian Holocausts" about the mass murder against the Boers in South Africa in concentrations camps with the deliberate tactic of starvation and death by hunger [47] This book is even described on a Wikipedia web site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Late_Victorian_Holocausts <Overview: This book explores the impact of colonialism and the introduction of capitalism during the El Niño-Southern Oscillation related famines of 1876–1878, 1896–1897, and 1899–1902, in India, China, Brazil, Ethiopia, Korea, Vietnam, the Philippines and New Caledonia. It focuses on how colonialism and capitalism in British India and elsewhere increased rural poverty & hunger and how economic policies exacerbated famine. The book's main conclusion is that the deaths of 30–60 million people killed in famines all over the world during the later part of the 19th century were caused by laissez faire and Malthusian economic ideology of the colonial governments.>)

German dead bodies of the Rhine meadow camps of Summer 1945 are systematically prescribed as Jewish piles of dead bodies with the calumny of a million mass murder against the Jews
That's why also these photos are not a wonder any more with German prisoners of war having precisely the same fate, (orig. in German: Deswegen nimmt es auch nicht Wunder, dass den deutschen Kriegsgefangenen genau dieses Schicksal zuteil wurde,

[48] [49] [50] Meadow death camp of Andersonville in 1865 [48] - and Rhine meadow camps in Germany with German prisoners of war in Summer 1945 [49,50] and the specialty [is]: photos were taken, (orig. in German: und die Besonderheit [ist]: Sie wurden fotografiert,

Rhine meadow camp in Germany in Summer 1945 [51] This photo was on the web site http://www.air-photo.com/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi but this web site cannot be found any more in 2013. The text indicates that "millions of Germans" were killed after 1945 : "Americans starved, beat, and killed millions of German prisoners after the war". This is the truth because of the Rhine meadow camps with 1 million and with the organized starvation and mass death by hunger in remaining Germany from 1945 to 1950 which starved to death another 5 million Germans in remaining Germany. Two more photos from this web site could be found:

Germany, a Rhine meadow camp in summer 1945, zoom 01 [52]

Germany, Rhine meadow camp in summer 1945, zoom 02 [53]

and then such photos are described as victims of the Holocaust [against the Jews blaming that millions of Jews had been killed from the Germans which never has occurred in these dimensions]. (14min. 43sec.) (orig. in German: und uns werden heute die Fotografien verkauft als Opfer des Holocausts [an den Juden, der in Millionenhöhe durch die deutsche Seite nicht oder nur indirekt stattgefunden hat]. (14min. 43sek.).

Pile with dead bodies of carectic, emaciated humans, criminal "Americans" say these are Jews, but research says that these are dead Germans of summer 1945 [5]

[Supplement: What really happened with the Jews under Hitler, the Zionists, and Stalin Faked photos with German dead bodies described as Jewish bodies were not only made in the Rhine meadow camps but German bodies were also taken from bombed German towns, well piled and described as Jewish bodies, for example in films about the

concentration camp of Dachau etc. where German uniforms are the clear evidence that the deads are Germans. These maneuvers of photo fakes with wrong bodies had a tradition in the Jewish Zionist "U.S." military propaganda warfare under mass murderer Eisenhower and film faker Hitchcock. Now one has to see precisely who was pursuing the Jews. Mainly the pursuing forces were SA and SS. But the German population was starting their own maneuvers partly evading SA and SS. After the boycott day for example there was purchased the double the next day in the Jewish shop etc. But SA and SS urged for the persecution of the Jews extorting German Jewish organizations. This persecution of the Jews -- was coordinated with the criminal Zionists rising anti-Semitism driving Jews to an emigration to Palestine as it is described in the book "The Jewish State" of criminal Zionist Theodor Herzl -- but Hitler planned to occupy also Palestine and thus all Jews had fallen into his hands again. Jewish victims of the persecution of the Jews have to be - in short words - parted into the German and the Russian side because Hitler and Stalin did it in common (see also the table about the 6 million affected Jews of the persecution of the Jews): -- on the German side there is the mass death of the Jews in Ghettos, on transports, during deportations and in camps during special situations (e.g. ground water was contaminated in Auschwitz), or there was tunnel constructioning since 1942 and above all since 1943 -- on Stalin's side there was mass death of Jews in the Gulag camps and in the Red Army -- and after 1945 there were three factors reducing the birth rate of the Jews: no. 1: Jewish children were not given back from farms no. 2: Jewish women had starved hunger without menstruation thus the reproduction could not install itself any more after 1945 no. 3: many Jews were leaving Jewry and were non-believers being protected from any further persecution].

Until today digging is forbidden in Germany because Germany is no sovereign state
Should Germany become a sovereign state just this point [faked photos and German bodies] would be investigated ant the complete degeneration of the western allies would be detected. (orig. in German: Sollte Deutschland souverän werden, würde genau dieses [falsche Fotos und deutsche Leichen] erforscht werden, und die ganze Verkommenheit der Westalliierten würde zutagetreten.

Headline of a German newspaper: Letters discover: Hemingway shoot 122 German prisoners of war in Summer 1945 [54] And there are strong doubts if this investigation will be admitted. (orig. in German: Und es sind starke Zweifel anzubringen, ob die das zulassen werden.

Examples of mass murders against Germans in 1945 also in Czechia

Mass grave with dead Germans in Postelberg after the Second world War in Bohemia, today Czechia [55] (orig. in German: Der Film "Töten auf tschechische Art" - und das rechtfertigt nach Ansicht des Regisseurs Vondrácek den Titel, dokumentiert auch andere Massentötungen, an denen Tschechen nach Kriegsende beteiligt waren. Eines der bekanntesten Beispiele ist der Massenmord an deutschen Zivilisten im nordböhmischen Postoloptry / Postelberg. Über 760 Männer zwischen 15 und 60 Jahren wurden hingerichtet. Vondrácek, stellt Postelberg und weitere tschechische Massenmorde an deutschen Zivilisten in einen grösseren Kontext.> Text (translated) <The Film "Killing in a Czech way" ("Töten auf tschechische Art") and the film maker Vondrácek is really meaning that this is true - is documenting also other mass killings at the end of the war committed by Czechs. One of the known examples is the mass murder against German civilians in northern Bohemia in Postoloptry / Postelberg. Over 760 men between 15 and 60 years were executed there. Vondrácek is putting Postelberg and other Czech mass murders against German civilians in a bigger context.>

This is enough for today, I wish you all the best. (15min. 0sec.) (orig. in German: Bisher hier erst mal, ich wünsch' euch alles Gute und gehabt euch wohl (15min. 0sek.). << >>

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Photo sources [1] map of Germany with the Rhine meadow camps in Summer 1945: video: Beautiful Rhine meadow camps of the allies (orig. German: Die schönen Rheinwiesenlager der Alliierten): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5PULzOrIaI, 1min. 6sec. [2] Compact conferenz of 2011:video: the complete truth about the giant lie (orig. German: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 15sec. [3] German war graves commission is only authorized for abroad: video: the complete truth about the giant lie (orig. German: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 26sec. [4] jackets from German concentration camps: video: the complete truth about the giant lie (orig. German: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 1min. 35sec. [5] pile of dead bodies:video: the complete truth about the giant lie (orig. German: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 2min. 32sec. [6] freed captives of Auschwitz: video: the complete truth about the giant lie (orig. German: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 2min. 51sec. [7] working hall in the concentration camp of Auschwitz with working captives working for German armament industry: video: the complete truth about the giant lie (orig. German: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge): http://www.youtube.com /watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 3min 0sec. [8] concentration camp Auschwitz Birkenau: persons normally nourished: video: the complete truth about the giant lie (orig. German: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 3min. 12sec. [9] letter from Joseph Weiss from cc Auschwitz in 1945: 3min. 21sec. [10] Videos: my mother was a liar (Meine Mutter log): 4min. 13sec. [11] Videos: Holocaust lies of Rosenblat family: 4min. 15sec. [12] refugee ship "Cap Arcona" shot on May 3, 1945: 4min. 21sec. [13] Erwin Geschonnek, survivor of the catastrophe with "Cap Arcona" on May 3, 1945: 4min. 49sec. [14] refugee ship "Cap Arcona" before the drowning: 4min. 57sec. [15] emaciated German captive sitting on the earth with dark gray clothes around: 5min. 4sec. [16] prisoners of wars, German soldiers near Frankfurt on the Main in April 1945: 5min. 21sec. [17] faked Auschwitz photo with "American" soldiers with rows of German dead bodies: 6min. 0sec. [18] faked Auschwitz photo with "American" soldiers and German deda bodies piled on a trailer: 6min. 9sec. [19] list of missed "Americans" from Second World War, from Korean War, from South East Asia: 6min. 28sec. [20] Borislav Kaminski in uniform, 7min. 15sec. [21] report about Warsaw Uprise: 7min. 38sec. [22] Kaminski brigade, google search, screen shot: 8min. 14sec. [23] Kaminski brigade, soldiers in a row (POA): 8min. 28sec. [24] Russian partisans: 8min. 50sec. [25] report about Ukrainian partisans and the destruction of Polish farmers: 9min. 20sec. [26] Ukrainian patriots: 9min. 40sec. [27] Ukrainian patriots, veterans: 9min. 57sec. [28] shooting commando: 10min. 40sec. [29] German Federal Archives: Polish hews landing in other countries: 10min. 52sec. [30] forced expultion of Jews from Austria to Poland in 1938: 10min. 54sec. [31] map of Russia with the republic of Birobidzhan: 11min. 13sec. [32] memorial plate of Palestine Office on Meineke Street Nº 10 in Berlin: 11min. 48sec. [33] Jewish Agency, housing and selection of Eastern Jews in Vienna: 12min. 8sec. [34] Engel family brought to Israel by an NS transport: 12min. 26sec. [35] Munster university: web site about Bush family and Nazi connections: 12min. 42sec. [36] captive of German concentration camp receiving funds by accident insurance: 13min. 15sec. [37] My Lai massacre committed by "U.S." Army: 13min. 48sec. [38] John Kerry at a hearing in the "U.S." senate in 1971: 13min. 51sec. [39] emaciated captives of the "U.S.A." in 1865: 13min. 59sec. [40] emaciated "Americans" from the southern Federal States after civil war of 1865 01: 14min. 1sec.

[41] emaciated "Americans" from the southern Federal States after civil war of 1865 02: 14min. 5sec. [42] mass grave in Andersonville, Tennessee, "U.S.A." in 1865: 14min. 7sec. [43] cartoon of emaciated family in India taken photo by English tourists 1860-1909: 14min. 10sec. [44] in British colonial empire were more than 20 genocides: 14min. 14sec. [45] India, mass murder to Sepoy with canons: 14min. 18sec. [46] "U.S.A.", white racist commanders since civil war of 1865 with Custer etc. fighting Primary Nations: 14min. 21sec. [47] Mike Davis, book: "Late Victorian Holocausts" about mass murder against Boers in South Africa in concentration camps with delibarate tactic of death by hunger: 14min. 26sec. [48,49,50] Rhine meadow camps in Germany with German captives, summer 194: 14min. 30sec. [51] Rhine meadow camp in Germany in summer 1945: 14min. 37sec. [52,53] Germany, a Rhine meadow camp in summer 1945, zoom 01+02: http://www.air-photo.com/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi [54] headline: letters discover: Hemingway shoot 122 German prisonersof war in summer 1945: 14min. 47sec. [55] mass grave with deat Germans in Postelberg, Bohemia, today Czechia: 14min. 55sec. ^

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The Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945 (part 4) Part 4: German bodies shown as Jewish bodies for Hitchcock's films about German concentration camps: wrong bodies from Rhine meadow camps, wrong lorries, showers and crematories etc.

Hitchcock, portrait 1956, he likes betraying and Liberation of Bergen Belsen, well nourished Jewish laughing at Germans [0a] detainees with German striped detainee suits and caps on a cold day in wet and cold April 1945, April 15, 1945 [5]; other web sites state that this photo would be from Dachau. Analysis by Michael Palomino (2013)

Dead bodies torn by SS men on the way to the mass grave 01, the clothes are NO striped uniforms of detainees in German ccs, and there are NO tattooed numbers, and there are NO remnants of earth on the bodies (23min. 14sec.) [30]

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Part 4: German bodies shown as Jewish bodies for Hitchcock's films about German concentration camps: wrong bodies from Rhine meadow camps, wrong lorries, showers and crematories etc.
Master liar Hitchcock was in Germany together with mass murderer and Zionist Eisenhower. Mass murderer Eisenhower had organized the Rhine meadow camps with 5 million German prisoners of war, and within 6 months 1 million died (750,000 on the "American" side and 250,000 on the French side). Since 1942 Zionists made propaganda on and on in the whole world that Jews would be "gassed" in German concentration camps. Well, but all this was a big lie because the German concentration camps were under control of the Red Cross AND of the Zionists themselves who could move freely everywhere! But Eisenhower wanted a "confirmation" for the propaganda. Eisenhower gave the order to Hitchcock: Make some films thus people will believe that the rumors about the German mass murder against the Jews are right. They should believe it really. This was simple: Hitchcock was filming in the Rhine meadow camps and simply said in the films that the emaciated Germans and the German bodies would be Jewish bodies - and the film was ready. They were also driving piles of German bodies from the Rhine meadow camps through Germany showing the bodies in German concentration camps stating that these would be Jewish bodies. And these lies were established by force of arms and were spread in the whole world. Well, the principle faults one can detect these lies of Eisenhower and Hitchcock are the following ones: -- German dead bodies from the Rhine meadow camps - when they wear clothes - are NOT wearing the German striped "zebra" prison uniforms but are mostly wearing remnants of the German gray soldier uniforms of the German army "Wehrmacht" -- German bodies have no tattooed number of detainees -- and there are no remnants of earth on the bodies and thus these bodies never were excavated before but

these bodies are "fresh" bodies. Journalists were never watching precisely and since 1945 they mean that the NS regime had murdered millions of Jews. But it was just the other way round: Criminal allied murdered 1 million German soldiers in the Rhine meadow camps and then were presenting the dead bodies as Jewish dead bodies. And for making the lie even more perfect the allies also invented epidemics in the German concentration camps having been the "cause" for the bodies. Point 1: Rhine meadow camps with emaciated German soldiers and with piles of German bodies The Rhine meadow camps of 1945 with 5 million detained German soldiers in Germany were deliberately concealed. Eisenhower - a hater of the Germans - had not enough having murdered in Dresden over 230,000 Germans. In the Rhine meadow camps Eisenhower let die deliberately 750,000 German soldiers, and 250,000 more were murdered by hunger in the French zone which was installed in July 1945 taking over Eisenhower's death camps there. But this was not published because there were no newspapers in Germany in 1945 and the Red Cross had no good press spokesman as it seems. Even "U.S." president Truman was not informed what was going on in Germany in the "American" zone but the Morgenthau plan was fulfilled killing as many Germans as possible after the war - and the Rhine meadow camps were only the beginning because the deliberately installed starvation which was installed by Zionist Eisenhower was killing even 5 million more Germans in remaining Germany from 1945 to 1950. During 1945 "American" soldiers had a paradise life and were making holidays in criminal Nazi Switzerland and Swiss press - whereas the International Red Cross has it's seat in Switzerland in Geneva - is concealing until today (2013) the mass murder in the Rhine meadow camps under mass murderer Eisenhower... Point 2: Hitchcock presenting emaciated German soldiers and piles with German bodies as Jewish victims Eisenhower was a racist Zionist and Bible Jehova racist. His bosses were the Zionists Baruch (financier and stock exchange guru) and Zionist Morgenthau. Morgenthau wanted to have all Germans killed having a powerless or even a Germany without population. Zionist Eisenhower wanted to kill as many Germans as possible, and he had a "friend" with him, film maker Hitchcock. There should be films made supporting the claim "Germans" had gassed "6 million Jews". Now German dead bodies in the Rhine meadow camps were filmed and the German dead bodies were driven around in whole Germany and they were presented in the German concentration camps claiming that the dead bodies would be dead Jews. Analysis of Hitchcock's films: some fakes and some proofs Controlling the Hitchcock films one can detect the fake, see the following details. German helmets had an ear protection and a neck protection, but "American" helmets were round like a circle without protection of ear and neck. Different forms of helmets of the Wehrmacht and the "U.S." Army

Helmets of the Wehrmacht with the protection of ears and neck, example during Barbarossa campaign [1]

German helmets of the Wehrmacht with the protection of ears and neck, example of a hand grenade course [2]

"American" soldiers with round "American" helmets and with rows of German bodies in a Rhine meadow camp [3]

"American" soldiers with round "American" helmets piling German bodies on a trailer in a Rhine meadow camp [4]

Eisenhower and Hitchcock were bringing the fake to a head. German bodies were partly driven around in whole Germany, were shown on the trailers or piled on the ground and presented to the population as "Jewish bodies". But the mass fraud was clear -- there were no tattooed numbers of detainees on the bodies -- when the bodies had clothes on then these were German uniforms and not striped zebra uniforms from German concentration camps which had Jewish detainees -- and the bodies could not be digged out either because the bodies were so clean and new that there were no rests of earth on them. "American" occupation forces claimed that Auschwitz had been the "center" of the murder of the Jews whereas NEVER ANY "American" soldier was in Auschwitz in the concentration camp. Well, Eisenhower just copied the cc of Auschwitz in a Rhine meadow camp and thus Hitchcock made his Auschwitz films. But all these fakes can be detected easily with the "American" helmets. Examples of fakes from Bergen Belsen

Liberation of Bergen Belsen, well nourished Jewish detainees with German striped detainee suits and caps on a cold day in wet and cold April 1945, April 15, 1945 [5]; other web sites state that this photo would be from Dachau.

Photos from the faked cc film by Hitchcock: "An Alfred Hitchcock Documentary On The Nazi Holocaust" (53min.1sec.)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0wA4rDuG58 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRr6P0d6r9I http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaR3qud2-e8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIZ2KPZhDUs When the links are not working, go to http://www.youtube.com looking for the title "An Alfred Hitchcock Documentary On The Nazi Holocaust", so you get the actual links of the film. Always look for the film of 53 min. 1 sec.

Let's see the fakes about Bergen-Belsen
Hitchcock made some little mistakes: In the film he is saying himself that the prisoners are "soldiers". And there are also women greeting the detainees - thus German women greeting German soldiers - and these are not women greeting Jews. And there are allied lorries with a five pointed star of the "American" army on the hood. And all detainees have dark gray clothes. Thus these are GERMAN PRISONERS OF WAR, above all those with a white "turban" on the head. These are white massive head bandages after having suffered head injuries in the fight. In Bergen Belsen there were allegedly dead bodies by typhus and these bodies are said having been buried only 9 days after the liberation, and these dead bodies of typhus only partly show irregular dark spots, but often no one. In the film is also a medical doctor presented without medical white coat calling himself Mr. Little (Mr. Klein). And at the end the English are claiming that there had been typhus in Bergen Belsen concentration camp installing a warning sign in English "Typhus" and the film is inventing a laboratory of "London students". Hitchcock is inventing that typhus came from getting too less soup and too less water - word by word. Well, when there had been a typhus epidemic in Bergen Belsen then the German camp leadership had installed an own warning sign - in German - and in coordination with the Red Cross! According to the Baron of the Lies Hitchcock even Jewish children survived Bergen-Belsen in a good estate of health, even a new born baby.: <There were more than 200 children under 12 years old still alive in Belsen camp.>

Children in Bergen-Belsen (22min.37sek.) [6]

New born baby in Bergen-Belsen (22min.5sek.) [7] Some children were born in the camp.

Bergen-Belsen camp (11min.1sek.) [8]

Here the mass murderer Eisenhower and film maker Hitchcock were organizing a huge fraud and calumny against Germany. Thus this is not a German lorry but an "American" or British lorry. And here do not come Jews but here come German detainees being greeted by German women and children.

"American" lorries with a five pointed star on the hood coming with German prisoners of war (1min. 49sec.) [9]

Such people are NOT Jewish detainees but GERMAN soldiers in This is NO Jew but this is a German soldier in his gray army gray coats and with head injuries with white head bandages. Here uniform of the Wehrmacht. He is eating bread at a barbed wire they are standing allegedly around a "water lorry". (2min. 9sec.) fence (2min. 23sec.) [11] [10] German soldiers under the allied command had to "arrange" themselves on a meadow.

Women sector, women meadow (4min. 22sec.) [12] Also these women are NOT wearing the striped German zebra uniform for detainees in German ccs as Jewish detainees had, but these are German assistant staff members from the camp being forced under allied command to arrange on the meadow. Additionally there were no "women's meadows" in German concentrations camps but there were "women's camps". "Women's meadows" only existed under mass murderer Eisenhower from 1945 to 1946... German prisoners of war in a queue (11min. 6sec.), many have white bandages on their head because of head injuries [13]. Jews in German concentration camps had NO head bandages for sure. Thus here are NO Jews but GERMAN soldiers - in the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen under allied English administration.

Water pipes and in the back ground a car of the Red Cross can be seen (11min. 50sec.) [14]

A car of the Red Cross is closed (18min. 37sec.) [15]

When pictures with a car from the Red Cross are shown then it can be admitted that the camp was well managed and there were no or hardly any epidemics, but all cases of illnesses were brought to hospitals as long it was possible.

Water supply in the camp (11min. 33sec.) [16]

Water supply in the camp 03 with washing possibility (11min. 39sec.) [17]

When films are claiming that German administration had blocked the water supply leaving Jewish detainees suffering without water Additionally there cannot be seen any striped Jewish zebra then this is just a normal propaganda fake to destroy the reputation detainee's uniform in this film, but these detainees are women from

of the Germans.

SS.

Here is a German prisoner of war topless in summer 1945 The ground is full of German bodies or full of helpless dying searching clothes on the ground, and in the background there is a German prisoners of war in gray uniforms starving and suffering in their own excrements (3min. 23sec.) [19] dead German detainee in a gray uniform (3min. 7sec.) [18] This scenery cannot be from April 145 because April 1945 was cold There CANNOT BE SEEN ANY striped zebra uniform of German and wet with much rain and even snow. Nobody was walking concentration camps. All clothes come from dead German soldiers. topless in April 1945. But liar Hitchcock claims this would be a These are NO Jews FOR SURE. Jewish detainee during the liberation of the camp in April 1945...

Male emaciated dead bodies without clothes and without spots and without tattooed numbers of detainees (4min. 54sec.) [20].

Woman's dead body with big breast and with irregular spots on her body with an open mouth (4min. 8sec.) [21]

These dead bodies are German bodies from the Rhine meadow The irregular spots are never explained. Some bodies have spots, others not. Nothing is clear about it. Thus there is the suspicion that camps. the spots are painted.

Region of Bergen-Belsen: SS has to dig out a mass grave and allies are helping with a bulldozer (6min. 48sec.) [22]

Faked board in English with the claim "Typhus" at the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen AFTER the liberation (18min. 4sec.) [23]

When a mass grave is digged out with sun shine and dry earth this When an "occupation power" claims that there had been an scenery cannot be from cold and wet April 1945 but this scene was epidemic in a German concentration camp this is mostly a lie. In taken more at the end of May or in June 1945. the case of Bergen-Belsen a board in English was installed. But when Bergen-Belsen had had typhus then the German administration had installed an own board with a warning in German. Thus the English occupation power has invented this epidemic justifying the masses of dead bodies which were brought to the camp later. Inventing an epidemic concealing the own crimes is a standard maneuver of the Anglo-Saxon psychological warfare...

Bergen-Belsen: task force with an alleged action on April 24, 1945, dead bodies arriving in a trailer (12min. 33sec.) [24]

Bergen-Belsen, hips of dead bodies on a trailer (12min. 54sec.) [25]

German bodies from a Rhine meadow camp were brought to The dead bodies on the trailer have NO tattooed numbers of Bergen-Belsen in a trailer and German SS men have to push the detainees and the bodies are absolutely clean and have NO remnants of earth or other contamination by earth. Thus these are trailer. German bodies from Rhine meadow camps. But the British occupation power with it's weapons is ordering here in BergenBelsen that these would be Jews...

Public with emotions watching the lorry full of emaciated dead bodies coming probably from the Rhine meadow camps (12min. The bodies in the mass grave have - when they have clothes yet - 48sec.) [27] no striped German detainee's uniform as Jews had in German concentration camps but they mostly have remnants of German British occupation power organized a public booing SS men. By gray Wehrmacht uniforms. And not one single body has a force of arms SS men were ordered to believe that these bodies detainee's number which would have been shown at once by the would be Jewish bodies. And the local German public cannot journalists. Thus these bodies are German bodies from the Rhine detect the lie that these are German bodies because they don't meadow camps being buried here in Bergen-Belsen. know that the Rhine meadow camps exist...

Corpse pit in the region of Bergen-Belsen (13min. 30sec.) [26]

A cameraman filming SS men how they take dead bodies to the pit (15min. 12sec.) [28]

SS men have to take the dead bodies from the trailer to the pit, the bodies have no spots (14min. 30sec.) [29]

When there had been tattooed numbers then the media staff had shown these tattoos with zooms at once. Not one single dead body has got a tattooed number as Jewish captives had in German concentration camps. These dead bodies are totally clean and there is no earth on them, thus these bodies NEVER were buried and NEVER have been digged out Not one single body has got a tattooed number as Jewish detainees had in German concentration camps. There is no striped German zebra uniform for detainees in German concentration camps as Jews had. And the dead bodies show no remnants of earth or other contamination by earth. Thus these bodies were not buried and not digged out. These bodies mostly have dark clothes and remnants of German army uniforms. Thus these are German dead bodies in Bergen-Belsen being taken to the mass grave by force of arms of the criminal occupation forces. Hitchcock simply indicates that these would be Jewish bodies. And the stupid journalists are not aware of the fraud spreading it in the whole world, also in "neutral" Switzerland where the Red Cross has got it's seat and where the documents show how the German concentration camps really were...

Dead bodies torn by SS men on the way to the mass grave 01, the clothes are NO striped uniforms of detainees in German ccs, and there are NO tattooed numbers, and there are NO remnants of earth on the bodies (23min. 14sec.) [30]

Dead bodies torn by SS men on the way to the mass grave 02, the clothes are NO striped uniforms of detainees in German ccs, and there are NO tattooed numbers, and there are NO remnants of earth on the bodies (23min.21sec.) [31]

Thus these dead bodies are NOT Jewish detainees but very Thus these dead bodies are NOT Jewish detainees but very probably German victims from Eisenhower's Rhine meadow probably German victims from Eisenhower's Rhine meadow camps. camps.

An SS group in a mass grave under the order of British machine guns (23min. 55sec.) [32] The machine gun of the criminal allies is dictating the allied meaning here. In Germany there is developing a submissive mentality concerning the persecution of the Jews and at the end any free research is prohibited.

SS men with a medical doctor in white (5min. 31sec.) [33] Here a person is speaking presenting himself as a medical doctor Medical doctors of the allies also have got the white dress as one Mister Fed Little (Fritz Klein), and he says that this day would be can see here in this scene. April 24, 1945 standing before the mass grave (15min. 54sec.) [34] This person is speaking German perfectly claiming to be a "medical doctor" from Romania being working in concentration camps since 1 1/2 years already. But he does not even have a doctor's white dress on and he is not stating any cause of death in his speech. Thus this is probably no doctor but is is a background artist making a statement in this film for a pocket money stating being a medical doctor and stating that this day would be April 24, 1945 (but April 1945 was very cold and wet...

German mayors and pastors have to see the piles of bodies (13min. 9sec.) [35]

Wrong telling-off at the mass grave with wards with machine guns (17min. 35sec.) [36]

Also these mayors are going into the trap that these would be With the constant extortion of being shot the criminal occupation Jewish bodies. British occupation force is operating with force of forces (here the British) are asserting the meaning that the bodies arms and personal meanings contradicting the official one is would be Jews... punished by shooting.

They were also victims of the criminal Western allies, in this case of He was the victim of the criminal Western Allies - in his case by the the British occupation forces. They were blamed for having caused British occupation forces - they made the calumny blaming Mr. the death of 70,000 Jews... Kramer for being responsible for 70,000 Jewish deads which have never been...

The commander of Bergen-Belsen, Josef Kramer, portrait (6min. 19sec.) [37]

Women wards in Bergen-Belsen (6min. 5sec.) [38]

An English operations manager speaking with revolver to the An English reporter with Hebrew accent is installed before the camera "We actually don't know what has been going on in these mass grave from allegedly April 24, 1945 filled with dead bodies camps" (24min. 6sec.) [39] (24min. 44sec.) - stating he "does not know where the dead bodies are coming from"... [40] At the end of his speech he is confessing that he did not know what was going on precisely in this camp. He only knew what he was Thus the reporter does not know where the bodies are coming fighting for: <We actually don't know, what has been going on in from, and there is no medical investigation either!!! these camps. I know personally what I am fighting for.> (24min.28-35sek.) Here is the statement of the English Hebrew reporter: <I am T. D. Tredges, attached as partway to controlling this camp. [...] I have been here 8 days. And never in my life I have seen such damnable gustiness. This morning they brought about 5,000 bodies. We don't know from where they are. Behind me you can see the pit which contain another 5,000. There were two others like it in preparation. All these deaths have been caused by systematic starvation and typhus and disease - it has been splead - because of the treatment meeted out for this poor people by the SS guards and their SS chief.> (24min.35sek.-25min.23sek.)

Hitchcock also lying about typhus

And another lie is spread by Hitchcock stating that there were lice in Bergen Belsen and not enough soup and water causing typhus [?!] (18min. 16-19sec.). Quotation of the lies: <Lack of soup and water brought lice to the inmates, and lice carried typhus.> Well, typhus does not come from lice, and lice do not come from too less soup or water, but typhus is a fever with belly aches and constipation caused by intestine bacteria when people are not washing their hands after the toilet having remnants of excrements under their finger nails eating these remnants by food or otherwise entering their mouth. Wikipedia says: <[...] rise of fever, belly aches, constipation and higher body temperature, slower heart beat. Cause of typhus is the bacterium Salmonella Typhi (Salmonella enterica ssp. enterica Serovar Typhi) [...] There is paratyphus with not so strong symptoms than typhus, not caused by Salmonella Typhi but by Salmonella Paratyphi. [...] The agent is a typhus bacterium (Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica Serovar Typhi), a feces bacteria transmitted orally for example by contaminated food or water. Today typhus is more the problem of development countries. In industrial countries it's an exception. Big parts of typhus illnesses is in connection with journeys to far countries with low hygienic standard. Immunization should be done for journeys to tropical areas like India also when it's only a partial protection. World wide typhus disease is affecting 32 million people every year.> orig. in German: <[...] Fieberanstieg, Bauchschmerzen, Darmverstopfung (Obstipation) und für die hohe Körpertemperatur eher langsamem Herzschlag (relative Bradykardie) gekennzeichnet ist. Die Krankheit wird durch das Bakterium Salmonella Typhi (Salmonella enterica ssp. enterica Serovar Typhi) hervorgerufen. [...] Als Paratyphus bezeichnet man ein abgeschwächtes Krankheitsbild des Typhus, dessen Erreger nicht Salmonella Typhi, sondern Salmonella Paratyphi ist. [...] Erreger ist das Typhusbakterium (Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica Serovar Typhi), ein gram-negatives, begeißeltes Bakterium, das fäkal-oral übertragen wird, also beispielsweise durch verunreinigte Nahrungsmittel oder verschmutztes Wasser. Heutzutage ist Typhus vor allem ein Problem der Entwicklungsländer. Fälle in Industrienationen sind die Ausnahme; ein Großteil der hier auftretenden Typhuserkrankungen hängt mit Fernreisen der Betroffenen in Länder mit geringem hygienischem Standard zusammen. Bei Reisen in tropische Gebiete (z. B. Indien) sollte eine Immunisierung erwogen werden, auch wenn diese nur einen partiellen Schutz bietet. Weltweit erkranken jährlich etwa 32 Millionen Menschen.> (from Wikipedia: Typhus: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typhus) Divine service at the mass grave - and the text of Hitchcock - the German text is not permitted

A pastor speaking the divine service at the mass grave (25min. 38sec.) [41]

A pastor speaking the divine service at the mass grave, view on the book (25min. 42sec.) [42]

Hitchcock is saying his own sarcastic text not allowing the speech of the German pastor: <We should never know who they were, or for pot holms [?] they were torn, whether they were catholics, Lutherans, or Jews: We only know they were born, they suffered, and they died - in agony in Belsen camp.> (25min.30sek.-26min.12sek.) The mass graves of Bergen-Belsen are marked with boards but there is not written if there are Jews, Germans, English or French buried.

Alleged mass grave in Bergen Belsen Nº 6 with about 800 deads [43] This data of 26 April 1945 for the mass grave is not probable because April 1945 was wet and cold in Germany even with snow. Therefore installing this mass grave could have been in June 1945. When a camp is even burnt down by the allies then it's clear that any proof is destroyed which could be a proof for the German side.

British allies invented a typhus epidemic and by this invented reason they burnt down the Bergen Belsen camp (26min. 50sec.) [44] And then the whole camp was flattened and nothing was left of it. Thus there is even a bigger suspicion that the allies have to conceal something. And just in this procedure the only real striped German detainee's uniform is shown in the film. Thus it's clear what ware the dead bodies in the film: German bodies, most probably from the Rhine meadow camps.

A bulldozer flattening Bergen Belsen camp cutting the barbed wire A bulldozer "taking" a striped detainee's uniform of German fence (27min. 58sec.) [45] concentration camps which was NEVER seen in the film before (28min. 4sec.) [46]

More photos from the faked Hitchcock film about German concentration camps "An Alfred Hitchcock Documentary On The Nazi Holocaust"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0wA4rDuG58 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRr6P0d6r9I http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaR3qud2-e8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIZ2KPZhDUs When the links are not working, go to http://www.youtube.com looking for the title "An Alfred Hitchcock Documentary On The Nazi Holocaust", so you get the actual links of the film. Always look for the film of 53 min. 1 sec.

Faked scenes about cc Dachau
Hitchcock's lies about undernourished detainees Most of the detainees in German concentration camps were well nourished considering the testimonies of original detainees after the war. Here are some examples from the German concentration camp of Dachau:

Concentration camp of Dachau, portrait of a detainee 02 830min. 40sec.) [48]

Detainees in the concentration camp of Dachau 01 sitting in the window (30min. 30sec.) [47]

And one has to know: German concentration camps were under the control of the Red Cross like herein Bergen Belsen (11min. 50sec.) [49]

German concentration camps were under the control of the Red Cross AND of the Zionists. People affected by heavy illnesses were brought to hospitals by cars of the Red Cross or to military hospitals. Lies of Hitchcock about shower rooms as "gas chambers"

Washer nozzle in a shower room in the concentration camp of Dachau (34min. 25sec.) [50] There is this clear proof: granulate of "Cyclone B" cannot pass the little holes of this washer nozzle. All gassing in shower rooms is a criminal fantasy of Zionist mass murderers Eisenhower, Baruch, Morgenthau, Roosevelt, and Hitchcock. It's a normal war propaganda with a giant calumny against the enemy. The lies of Hitchcock about crematories: single muffle furnaces are not made for masses of bodies

This crematory is shown in the film to be in Dachau, with single muffle furnaces (35min. 20sec.) [51] There is the following principle: Such single muffler furnaces in crematories are made for single burning of dead bodies getting the ashes for the family of the dead. When there would be masses of dead bodies then a bigger oven had been built for burning about 20 bodies in one. Obviously such a mass death has NOT happened ant there were only some singular burnings of deads bodies. Additionally one has to know that in these German cc as investigations by Faurisson showed - many crematories were built only AFTER the war by the criminal Zionists - as a propaganda and nothing more! A train with detainees at the cc Dachau in February 1945

There was this train with detainees allegedly at the cc Dachau in February 1945 about (36min. 20sec.) [52]

At the end of the Third Reich the whole infrastructure was collapsing. The remaining camps were overcrowded and the trains with the detainees had last priority. Thus a transport was not 3 days but 30 days. Such trains with detainees came to Dachau and the SS leadership of the cc Dachau had not the spirit any more to build a military hospital for the deads and half deads of this train and had not the spirit to install a cemetery. This omission was exploited by the criminal "Americans". Instead of helping and helping the survivors and honoring the many 1,000s surviving detainees in the concentration camp of Dachau the SS leadership was killed and executed because of this neglected train with detainees. Point 3: The principle of the cut in the films of criminal Mr. Hitchcock First one can see well nourished detainees, mostly with striped zebra detainee's uniforms, and then comes the cut showing the emaciated German prisoners of war from summer 1945 on the meadows or in the mud of the Rhine meadow camps in the contaminated gray uniforms WITHOUT the typical striped zebra uniforms of detainees from German concentrations camps in the Third Reich. The title of the film "Documentary" sounds well but this is a film where practically everything is a fake: Gas chamber scenery has been taken after May 1945 for presenting this fantasy to the whole world provoking a bad mood against Germans. And in this way the English "American" and Zionist propaganda hast manipulated the brains in the world during more than 50 years and placed their Zionist slaves in the media in the whole world spreading this propaganda on and on. The truth about the German concentrations camps can be seen here for example: Point 4: Jews telling from German concentration camps: music, theater, soccer Original Jewish testimonies from German concentration camps report regularly about work and music and theater and even soccer in the camps. Here are examples from Shoa Foundation "Survivors who tell the truth": Video: Holohoax: Survivors who Tell the Truth

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm8UmMuRSSw&bpctr=1377186312

Point 5: Effect of the faked Hitchcock films about German concentration camps on the Nuremberg Process - where is the war tribunal for criminal "U.S.A."? And now one has to know that the regime of Eisenhower against Germans was not only with the Rhine meadow camps causing 1 million Germans deads and the hunger regime during the post-war era in Germany from 1945 to 1950 provoking 5 million more German deads - but by these faked Hitchcock films the "U.S.A." have influenced the Nuremberg Process in a way so Germany was convicted with a faked 6 million murder against Jews and had to pay for this, and the allies were exempted from any guilt and the mass murderer Eisenhower was not detected until 1989 when historian James Bacque came with his research. These criminal "U.S.A." have to be torn to a war tribunal for being convicted for their wars, fakes and manipulations not only concerning the "American" war crimes in Germany 1943-1950 (also the destruction of towns had not to be and the war could have been finished in 1943 already), but also concerning Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Iraq, Afghanistan etc. "U.S.A." are the most destructive state in the world destroying all other states by bombs and propaganda - and the proofs are very distinct concerning Germany of 1945 here on this web site. And perhaps the criminal Zionists have to pay money back which was payed for a mass murder of millions which was NEVER COMMITTED - pay money back to Germany.

Point 6: No mass murder against the Jews in German concentration camps - but other sites with mass death With all these data there is absolutely safe: There was no mass murder in German concentration camps against the Jews in the dimension of 100,000s or millions. The real sites with many deads in the persecution of the Jews were -- Auschwitz with epidemics because the camps was in a marsh and bodies were buried contaminating the ground and the drinking water -- behind the Eastern Front the remaining Jews who were not deported by Stalin to Russia in 1940 and 1941 and who were not taken by industries or the Red Army in 1941 were shot partly from 1941 to 1943 in mass shootings partly by the Wehrmacht or by SS commands (with Germans, Ukrainians, Baltic people and Belorussians etc.) or also by local anti-Semitic population themselves. Zionists did not protect the Jews from Eastern Europe because they did not want them to have in Palestine for the colonization in Israel. -- the same mass murder for Jews counts for the Red Army where Stalin and his commanders let fight many Jews in the first rows as "cannon fodder" -- since 1943 detainees were taken back from Eastern Europe to the Reich to building sites of the tunnel constructioning and fell sick and died there -- at the same time Hitler and Stalin organized in common the clandestine deportation of European Jews to the GULAG -- in 1944 and in 1945 there were some 1,000 Jewish victims in the remaining overcrowded camps because of hunger and epidemics, in trains and in death marches as a "penalty" for the defeat of Germany in the war -- since 1945 many Jewish women who had suffered hunger a long time during years could not recover well and had no fertility any more -- Jewish children being safe on "Christian" farms were often not given back because nobody knew where the Jewish parents were and because many men were missing on the farms and there was a general lack of staff -- many Jews also separated from Jewry in general for not being persecuted any more. -- from 1945 to 1946 Stalin let come back 100,000s of Jews from central Russia to Eastern Europe and this provoked new pogroms in Poland. Kiev in the Ukraine became a broad Jewish center and in 1946 Kiev had more Jews than in 1939. At the same time the "American" President Truman was bribed by the Zionists with 2 million Dollars permitting a racist "Jewish State" in Palestine against all Muslims... -- and when in 1948 this bribed and criminal "U.S.A." bribed by Zionists was "opening" the new "satellite" of Israel in the Middle East, Stalin felt encircled and betrayed and he shut the Iron Curtain for Jews and all Jews in Russia could not leave the country until Gorbachev until 1986. Stalin let russify the Jews by discriminations in professions -- and Stalin's direct answer to the foundation of the racist Zionist state of Israel under the patronage of the criminal racist "U.S.A." was the blockage of Berlin. We thank to the criminal Zionist bribed and undermined "U.S.A." for their destructive and terrorist "cultural contribution". << >>

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Sources [1] Video: Jüdisch-zionistisch-rassistische Morgenthau-Fraktion: "Die schönen Rheinwiesenlager der Alliierten"; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5PULzOrIaI [2] Video: "Die Rheinwiesenlager - Unglaublichkeiten"; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3bmKhBKZO8 [3] Video: "Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge"; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4 Fotoquellen [0a] Hitchcock, portrait of 1956: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Hitchcock [1] German helmets of Wehrmacht protecting ears and neck, example Barbarossa campaign: http://einestages.spiegel.de/static/entry/als_den_vaetern_die_seele_erfror/10986/kampfpause.html?s=5& r=1&a=560&c=1, Foto Nr. 6

[2] German helmets of Wehrmacht protecting ears and neck, example hand granade course: http://einestages.spiegel.de/static/entry/als_den_vaetern_die_seele_erfror/10984/grundausbildung.html?s=7& r=1&a=560&c=1, Foto Nr. 8 [3] "American" soldiers with round "American" helmets and rows of German bodies: Video: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 6min. 0sek. [4] "American" soldiers with round helmets with pile of German dead bodies on a trailer: Video: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 6min. 9sek. [5] liberation of Bergen Belsen camp with well nourished detainees with caps, April 15, 1945: BBC: Überlebende von Bergen-Belsen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es4YLI2mFnQ [6-94] Video: "An Alfred Hitchcock Documentary On The Nazi Holocaust ": http://www.youtube.com /watch?v=w0wA4rDuG58 ^

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The Rhine meadow camps 1945-1948 (part 5) Part 5: Research by James Bacque 1986-1989 about French and "American" war prisoner camps 1945-1948
How research of James Bacque and Jessica Daniel began in France near Bordeaux in 1986 - archives in Vincennes, Koblenz, Paris, and Washington D.C. - help by military historians - death rates - the book "Other Losses" from 1989 - conclusion: Eisenhower is a mass murderer

Camp of prisoners of war Buglose in the region of Bordeaux, the entrance gate [1]

Book by Kurt W. Böhme: "German prisoners of war in American hands" (orig. German: "Deutsche Kriegsgefangene in amerikanischer Hand"), cover [6]

Military historian Colonel Ernest F. Fisher, portrait, he died on March 21, 2013 [16] "National Archives" of criminal "U.S.A." in Washington D.C. [11] where Bacque found the weekly reports about "other losses"

James Bacque, portrait [21]

Report by John Gault: A Story He Didn't Want To Know from: http://mk.christogenea.org/book/export/html/644 presented by Michael Palomino (2013) Teilen / share: Facebook
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Bordeaux region: James Bacque searching about French resistance - finding testimonies about French prisoner of war camps with German prisoners of war in Buglose <He was not looking forward to meeting Herr Goertz, or, for that matter, James Bacque was researching the saga of a even setting foot on German soil. His father had been gassed, not fatally, at French Resistance hero when he stumbled Ypres during the Great War, and that was probably the beginning of Jim on evidence of the Allied death camps. It Bacque's hatred of all things German — a hatred reconfirmed as he grew took three years for him to believe it from child to young adult during World War II. As a liberal intellectual of fifty-some years, he knew that this hatred was irrational, but he could have kept on living with his flaw. And would have, had sheer professionalism not driven hint to meet Hans Goertz in his suburban Bonn town house in March, 1986.

Just a month before, Bacque, an acclaimed Toronto novelist (Big Lonely, The Queen Comes to Minnicog, A Man of talent! ), had set up shop (so to speak) in a small town in the Bordeaux region of France. His intention was to produce his first "big international book" on the wartime resistance exploits of a man named Raoul Laporterie, who had single-handedly saved more than 1,500 French Jews. Bacque was accompanied by his research assistant, Jessica Daniel, daughter of his wife's first cousin and a (then)out-of-work young filmmaker. Daniel spoke perfect French, and could manage in German. They rented a villa in Grenade-sur-l'Adour, a town next door to Laporterie's and home of his personal archives. It was in those archives that they came across letters from Hans Görtz, about half a dozen in all, part of a large correspondence from people Laporterie had saved. But Görtz was not aim. Görtz was — or had been — a foot soldier in the Wehrmacht. They conscientiously contacted Görtz, and he agreed to see them. Speaking in French, with Daniel translating, Goertz told the story of how he had been captured by the Americans near Bonn, in the spring of 1945, and handed over to the French — shipped first to Rennes, a notorious (as Bacque and Daniel would discover) camp in Brittany, and then south to Buglose, in the Bordeaux region. Then he told of how Laporterie plucked him and another prisoner out of Buglose in the spring of 1946 and put them to work in his tailoring operation. The French, in the process of rebuilding their ravaged nation, were encouraged to use defeated German troops any way they saw fit; the camps, then, were set up as slave- labor pools — just as the infamous German camps had been. But Laporterie was not shopping for slaves. "As soon as I saw that man's face," Goertz said, "1 knew I was saved." Bacque thought Goertz was exaggerating. But after the tape recorder was turned off and the white wine was poured, Goertz leaned forward anxiously.

Camp of prisoners of war Buglose in the region of Bordeaux, the entrance gate [1]

Map with South of France with the prisoner of war camps from Bordeaux Region down to Marseille [2]

"Monsieur Laporterie is my friend," he said. "I am saying that because he saved my life." "What did he save you from?" asked Bacque, imagining a near-drowning or THAT'S ALL THEY REALLY NEEDED something similar. TO SUPPRESS: THE SCALE OF ATROCITY, THE TOTAL OF DEATHS, "Twenty-five per cent of the men in that camp died in one month," Görtz replied. THE BIG NUMBER" "What did they die of Daniel asked, and Goertz answered, "Starvation, dysentery, and disease." Bacque automatically translated the percentage: at that rate, every prisoner in Buglose would have been dead in four months. Görtz's words had conjured an indelible image in Bacque's mind — sick, hopeless men slumped on benches behind barbed wire — though surely, Bacque thought, it pertained only to one small camp in one small French village. Within weeks of the interview, however, Bacque had begun to think of the camp story as a possible chapter in his Laporterie book. His motives were not entirely pure: he'd been a publisher before becoming a novelist, he knew that "scandalous revelations" sold books. As soon as Bacque started to ask questions, he started to get ugly answers. A Buglose man named Jean Marc, for example, a boy when the camps were established, recalled prisoners tumbling dead out of boxcars when a train brought than from another camp, and others dropping and dying on the two-kilometer march between train station and barbed-wire enclosure. Buglose, then, had not been the only French camp where prisoners were maltreated. Spreading his net wider, Bacque collected more eyewitness accounts, from villagers, former camp guards, and any survivors he could trace. Bacque always pressed his informants for the numbers: "The thing the Western mind loves, and uses to pull things together, is statistics." Under his cross-examination, survivors (sonie from burial crews) and guards would estimate how many men had been in a given camp, and how many died there over, say, a month. Out came Bacque's calculator. Uncannily, the annual death rate kept falling within a few points of thirty per cent. But harder statistics seemed impossible to come by. Despite intensive local searches, Bacque couldn't discover how many prisoners Buglose — or any of the other five camps in the area — had officially held, or how many actual deaths had been reported. Files that should have held camp records were empty. Research in French military archive in Vincennes - detection of French reports about Eisenhower's death camps in Dietersheim in Germany

Vincennes near Paris at Seine River with the castle, and with an important military archive [3] In April, Bacque and Daniel spent three days in the French Military Archives at Vincennes, a Paris suburb. They still had no luck in finding prisoner tallies but they did come upon some contemporary descriptions by horrified French officers and civilian leaders. The most shocking — "like Buchenwald," "peopled with living skeletons" — concerned not camps in the Bordeaux region, or anywhere else in France, but a group clustered around Dietersheim, in West Germany, that in late July of 1945 had only just been turned over to the French. Before that, and from their inception, the Dietersheim camps, like 200 other camps in Germany, had been run by the Americans. As it turned out, there had been reports in the Paris press (which Bacque eventually tracked down) about the desperate state of prisoners handed over to the French by the Americans. May 1986: Federal Archives in Koblenz: Eisenhower telegrams - also copies from Washington - anthology of Böhme about prisoners of wars - but indicating only 2% death rate per year

Mass murderer Eisenhower with "U.S." flag and with a globe [5] German National Archives in Koblenz [4]

Ironically, Bacque first learned of these in a denial — a message from General Dwight Eisenhower, the supreme commander of the Allied forces — that he came across in May at the West German National Archives (Bundesarchiv) at Koblenz. He and Daniel also discovered here that most oldie "official story" of what took place in occupied Germany immediately after the surrender had been written for the Germans by the American military. When they asked for prisoner-of-war material, they were given photocopies of army documents sent over from Washington. "There was," Bacque remarks, "a great deal to show what bastards the French were."

Book by Kurt W. Böhme: "German prisoners of war in American hands" (orig. German: "Deutsche Kriegsgefangene in amerikanischer Hand"), cover [6] Then Daniel came across a series of histories, commissioned in the 1960s by the West German government, that chronicled the fortunes of German prisoners in the two world wars. Four volumes dealt with Second World War prisoners and, from what she could decipher, said specifically of those taken by the western Allies that conditions were often difficult, but that the death rate was under two per cent [per year] — not much greater than that of the average town in peacetime. "My heart fell," Bacque says. "I looked at these books, all done with Teutonic thoroughness, and I said to myself, you've been wasting your time." But because his German was nonexistent and Daniel's merely adequate, and because the mortality rate flew in the face of his own findings, Bacque photocopied the relevant sections and sent them off to a friend in Frankfurt who was truly GermanEnglish bilingual. A few weeks later, when he [Bacque] got the translations, his suspicions were confirmed. According to Bacque, the author, Kurt W. Böhme, "quite plainly described, in anecdote and in narrative, all the conditions of an atrocity." But then he stated baldly that no mass deaths had occurred, and supplied — unsupported by statistics — a death rate of under two

per cent. Böhme had got his stories, of course, in pretty much the same way Bacque was getting his — by asking the people who'd been there. But where had he got his number? Paris: report about German prisoners of war by General Buisson indicating 2% death rate and many enigmas and lies - 9 million German prisoners of war - and 1.7 million are missing The answer to that came a few weeks later in Paris, when Daniel went out and made "one of our most important discoveries," a typed report on the French handling of prisoners written by a French general named Buisson. As Bacque pored over the photocopy two things became obvious: first, Buisson's manuscript had been Böhme's source for the death rate; and second, the manuscript, which was apparently an internal government document, was not only self-serving but riddled with inconsistencies and worse.

Charles de Gaulle at a radio speech on December 4, 1945 [8] Paris with Eiffel tower in 1937 [7] There is not known any protest of De Gaulle that German prisoners of war should get a better treatment from 1945 to 1948.

From this point on, Bacque was convinced that there had been a deliberate cover-up, achieved in part by manipulation of the statistics so that no-one could put together a coherent picture of total deaths in relation to total POW populations. The scale of the die-off in the camps: "That's the only thing they needed to suppress," he points out. In fact, until he shifted his investigations to archives and libraries in the United States, half a year after the Goertz revelation, Bacque was not even sure how many camps had been created in the French and American zones of Germany, plus France itself: the answer was about 1,800. Nor was he sure how many German prisoners had been rounded up: he was astounded to learn that the Western Allies had captured more than 9- million, of whom 5.25- million had been taken by the Americans in north-western Europe. It was later still that he came upon another fact: about 1.7-million German soldiers were never accounted for after the war. In the West, it had been convenient to blame the Russians. (The Iron Curtain foreclosed on any particular need to furnish proof.) But by the time he discovered the number, Bacque was already certain of a different fate for at least a million of the missing men.

German prisoners of war getting soup in a Russian prisoner of war camp after 1945 [9]

Rhine meadow camp, 10 hours queue in form of an "U" for getting one cup of water in the sun in summer 1945 [10] - there was no soup

It was later still that he came upon another fact: about 1.7-million German soldiers were never accounted for after the war. In the West, it had been convenient to blame the Russians. (The Iron Curtain foreclosed on any particular need to furnish proof.) But by the time he [Bacque] discovered the number, Bacque was already certain of a different fate for at least a million of the missing men. Washington: weekly reports about German prisoners of war under the terrorist regime of Eisenhower - real death rate of 33% per year As August switched into September of 1986, Bacque and Daniel (her final appearance in the drama) drove down to Washington on what Bacque thought of as a fool's errand: perhaps he could find American confirmation of the atrocity he still thought of as mainly French. On the very first day of research in Washington, Bacque discovered "other losses."

"National Archives" of criminal "U.S.A." in Washington D.C. [11] where Bacque found the weekly reports about "other An emaciated German prisoner of war sitting topless on the ground losses" searching gray clothes of died German POWs in a Rhine meadow camp [12] - NO striped clothes for detainees of German concentration camps can be seen At the United States National Archives on Pennsylvania Avenue, Bacque opened a file of reports titled HEADQUARTERS/ UNITED STATES FORCES/EUROPEAN THEATER/GI DIVISION which proved to be the U.S. Army's official weekly Prisoner of War and Disarmed Enemy Forces (DEF) ledgers for a short period in the autumn of 1945. They laid out, by military district, the number of prisoners on hand at the start of the week, the number acquired or transferred, the number discharged, and — before giving the closing balance — the number in one other category: OTHER LOSSES. Bacque had seen a similar expression in French documents: "Perdus pour Raisons Diverses." There wasn't much doubt in his mind that both phrases meant deaths. And the death rates? "I could do the numbers in my head. Roughly 5,000 POWs (OTHER LOSSES) in a week, that's about a quarter- million a year, and you look over to the other side (PREVIOUS ON HAND) and you see there were about 700,000 on hand so life expectancy was under three years." Or an annual death rate of over thirty-three per cent. "And the line of totals above, the DEF’s: 13,000 'other losses' in a week. The 370,000 guys in those camps would all be dead in less than eight months." Bacque had accumulated evidence against the U.S. camps along the way, but had neglected it on the assumption that no scandal could possibly have been concealed, and that his evidence would he explained away somewhere in the record. With the discovery of OTHER LOSSES, however, his suspicions shifted and refocused on the Americans. The phrase itself became the title of his book.

Criminal "American" soldiers piling German dead bodies on a trailer in a Rhine meadow camp [13]

Headline: Ernest Hemingway shot 122 German prisoners of war in summer 1945 [14]

Toronto: classifying data - military historian Fisher - documents from Eisenhower with the new DEF status - Supreme Commander Philip S. Lauben confirming Bacque's research Back in Toronto, Bacque started on the Laporterie manuscript (today completed and awaiting publication). At the same time, though, he began to follow through on an idea that had come to him in Washington. He had made a list of American officers who had been involved with post-war German prisoners. Now he began to write letters, sixty, eighty, a hundred letters. He shipped them in bundles to the U.S. Army's locater service. They brought only a handful of replies, but two would turn out to be of inestimable significance. The first led Bacque by a roundabout route to Colonel Ernest Fisher, a former senior historian at the United States Army Center for Military History who, as a young lieutenant, had served under the supreme commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force, General Dwight Eisenhower.

Military historian Colonel Ernest F. Fisher, portrait, he died on March 21, 2013 [16]

Toronto with islands with sunshine [15]

Bacque and Fisher first met in February of 1987, and, once presented with Bacque's evidence, the historian admitted that he wasn't surprised: no, he had never witnessed atrocities in the post-war camps, but he had always harbored suspicions. Calling up all his expertise, Fisher plunged into the project. It was Fisher's research, in fact, that first began to implicate Eisenhower Bacque assumed not only that the U.S. himself: a discovery of Eisenhower's initials on a cable dated March 10, 1945, Army had behaved well in victory but that proving he had probably drafted — certainly had full knowledge of — the the Geneva Convention protected all proposal to redesignate German prisoners of war (protected by the Geneva Wehrmacht troops who surrendered. Convention) as "disarmed enemy forces" (not protected). From this point, Bacque and Fisher found more and more evidence — initialed memoranda, cablegrams, minutes of meetings — that put the supreme commander (who openly despised Germans) in a position of knowing responsibility for the camps. The second vital response to Bacque's inquiry letters arrived in Toronto while he was in Washington connecting with Fisher. It came from a retired colonel, Philip S. Lauben, who had actually been chief of the German Affairs Branch for SHAH' — Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force - in charge of repatriation of prisoners and transfers to the French. In March, Bacque met Lauben and unfurled his documents. "What does 'other losses' mean?" Bacque asked as they reached that subheading. It was a crucial question. The ledgers were hard evidence — but only if his assumption could be verified. “It means deaths and escapes," Lauben said. "How many escapes? Bacque. asked. Very, very minor," replied. Less than one in 1,000 Basque would eventually learn. Lauben went on to confirm as much of Bacque's research as he had direct knowledge of, and that was a great deal. At the end of the day, he said wearily, “The shit is really going to hit the fan now” Further proofs: medical table in National Archives in Maryland - invented death rates are much too low In fact, though, the quest was not over. A challenge from a doubting historian whose imprimatur Bacque had sought forced him to Admit that he needed more than a single “smoking gun.” And he found one. In a of depot the National Archives in Suitland, Maryland, in a room so packed that his shoulders brushed shelves on each side as he eased down the aisles, Bacque found two tables reprinted from a medical survey of 80,583 German prisoners held in US camps along along the Rhine in the period May June 1945

Suitland, Maryland, National Archives of criminal "U.S.A." [17]

Suitland, Maryland, National Archives with narrow racks with documents [18]

One table, incomplete and lacking a total, ranked the chief causes of death from disease, by actual fatalities in the camps; the other extrapolated an annual death rate from all causes for the camps population as a whole. Something was wrong: the medical survey had been done over a six-week period, but this second table, too, gave no actual total of deaths for the six weeks — just the projection for the year in each category. The projection for deaths from disease, for example, was 2,754. Overall, the table yielded a death rate in the 3.5-percent-per annum range. That night, and for at least a fortnight thereafter, Bacque puzzled and pored over his photocopy of the report, suspecting the numbers had been fiddled to lower the death rate, but not certain how to prove it. His inspiration, when it Came, was to subject the projected annual deaths to the most obvious form of backtracking: divide by fifty-two and multiply by six, to arrive at the number the doctors must originally have reported, that is, the actual deaths in the six-week period. He discovered, quite simply, that in no category could an authentic — whole — number have been the basis for the projection. How could the doctors have reported, for example, .317,76923 actual deaths from disease: The annual projection of 2,754 seemed to have been pulled out

of the air. In fact, it hadn't been. Bacque and Fisher later found a complete version of the first table: there had been 2,754 deaths from disease in the six weeks of the original survey. The proper projection for the year should have been just under 24,000 deaths — among just over 50,000 prisoners. Official DEF/POW balance sheet for the week ending September 8, 1945, shows the DEFs totaled by military district, the POWs appended as a separate tally.

The book "Other Losses" is not edited in the "U.S.A." - Eisenhower is too popular yet Bacque's quest took three years of his life and something like $100,000 of his own money, besides costing him the old luxury of hating Germans — and some other illusions. Even though he scaled down his indictment of Eisenhower after Eisenhower biographer Stephen Ambrose spent two-and-a-half days On a critique of his manuscript, the war hero and popular president still comes off badly. Which, Bacque believes, is the major reason why there has been no American sale of Other Losses . At this writing, Other Losses has only two publishers, one German and one Canadian.

James Bacque, portrait [21] Book by James Bacque "Other Losses" of 1989 [19] Book by James Bacque "Other Losses" with it's German translation "Der geplante Tod" [20]

As for Hans Görtz: when he learned that the story he told on that late winter night in 1986 had become more than an anecdote in the life of his friend, Raoul Laporterie, Goertz steadfastly refused to have anything more to say. Bacque's letters went unanswered, his telephone calls were refused. One March night, drinking white wine with Jim Bacque and Jessica Daniel and thinking back forty years, Goertz had called up his ugliest memory. For whatever reasons, he would not do so again.> << >>

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Sources Photo sources [1] camp in Buglose in Bordeaux region, entrance gate: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/78593477 [2] map of South of Frence with the prisoner or war camps from Bordaux down to Marseille: Eisenhower's Death Camps: http://truedemocracyparty.net/2012/05/was-there-really-a-jewish-holocaust/ [3] Vincennes near Paris on Seine river with a castle and an important military archive: http://www.capital.fr/immobilier/dossiers /immobilier-l-heure-de-la-negociation-a-sonne-a-paris-et-en-banlieue-710191/a-vincennes-le-marche-de-l-immobilier-resistea-la-crise [4] German National Archives at Koblenz: http://www.strassenkatalog.de/str/zeisigstr-56075-koblenz-am-rhein-karthause.html [5] mass murderer Eisenhower with "U.S." flag and a globe: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07 /18/eisenhower_n_3616145.html [6] book by Kurt W. Böhme: German prisoners of war in American hands (Deutsche Kriegsgefangene in amerikanischer Hand), cover: http://www.amazon.de/Geschichte-deutschen-Kriegsgefangenen-Weltkrieges-amerikanischer/dp/3769403908 /ref=sr_1_6?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1377599670&sr=1-6 [7] Paris with Eiffel tower in 1937: https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:La_Tour_Eiffel_en_1937_contrast.png [8] Charles de Gaulle at a radio speech on December 4, 1945: http://www.mediaslibres.com/post/2012/12/31/Discoursde-Gaulle-Decembre-1945 [9] German prisoners of war in a Russian camp getting soup: http://www.shz.de/nachrichten/lokales/sylter-rundschau /artikeldetails/artikel/frenetischer-empfang-fuer-die-ersten-heimkehrer.html [10] Rhine meadow camp, 10 hours queue forming a "U" for one cup of water in the sun in summer 1945: Video "Die Rheinwiesenlager": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3bmKhBKZO8, 21min. 12sek. [11] "National Archives" of criminal "U.S.A." in Washington D.C.: http://library.nau.edu/speccoll/exhibits/daysofarchives /archives.html [12] an emaciated German prisoner of war topless on the ground searching gray clothes, NO striped zebra detainee's uniforms of German cc can be seen: Video: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 5min. 4sek. [13] criminal "American" soldiers piling German dead bodies on a trailer in a Rhine meadow camp:

Video: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 6min. 9sek. [14] headline: Ernest Hemingway shot 122 German prisoners of war in summer 1945 (Ernest Hemingway erschoss 122 deutsche Kriegsgefangene im Sommer 1945): Video: Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmIXTmt7kP4, 14min. 47sek. [15] Toronto with islands in the sunshine: http://inanutshell.ca/lifestyle/toronto-islands-city-escape/ [16] military historian Oberst Ernest F. Fisher, portrait, he died on March 21, 2013: www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=164685887#fbLoggedOut [17] Suitland, Maryland, National Archives of criminal "U.S.A.": http://www.archives.gov/dc-metro/suitland/ [18] Suitland, Maryland, National Archives of criminal "U.S.A.", racks with documents in a narrow position: http://www.bfcollection.net/subjects/archive.html [19] book by James Bacque "Other Losses": http://servv89pn0aj.sn.sourcedns.com/~gbpprorg/judicial-inc/jame.s_bacque.htm [20] book by James Bacque "Der geplante Tod": http://deutschelobby.com/2013/08/06/geschichte-und-feind-alliierteverbrechen-der-geplante-tod-deutsche-kriegsgefangene-in-amerikanischen-und-franzosischen-lagern-1945-1946/ [21] James Bacque, portrait: http://servv89pn0aj.sn.sourcedns.com/~gbpprorg/judicial-inc/jame.s_bacque.htm ^

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The Rhine meadow camps 1945-1948 (part 6) Part 6: Eisenhower's death camps: The last dirty secret of World War II Article in Saturday Night 1989 about the Rhine meadow camps
POW Helmut Liebich is transported from camp to camp - Eisenhower inventing the status without rights for detainees DEF - Eisenhower blocking all tents and food aid - horrible conditions in the "American" prisoner of war camps for German soldiers - map with the camps in Germany, Belgium, and France - testimony by Luttichau and Iff - kinds of death according to eye witnesses - "American" testimonies - the calculation by General Lee - rations and nothing at all - "U.S." reports from military medical corps - Eisenhower blocking all aid from Switzerland and from Italy - the camps in France since July 1945 - inspections by French captain Julien - comparison with films about Buchenwald and Dachau - August 40, 1945 all remaining POW are rated down to be DEF without rights destruction of proofs - probably over 1 million killed Germans in the camps
Map with Germany, France, and Belgium with Eisenhower's death camps against German prisoners of war [6]

Mass murderer Eisenhower [1]: he was already a mass murderer since 1943 when he burnt down all German towns, and after 1945 he installed hunger camps and starvation in Germany 1945-1950. presented by Michael Palomino (2013)

Rhine meadow camp Sinzig Remagen wit "American" guard and may be a tank for chlorine [11]

from: Eisenhower's Death Camps: The last dirty secret of World War Two; Saturday Night Magazine, September 1989 http://www.erichufschmid.net/TFC/Eisenhower-death-camps.html http://truedemocracyparty.net/2012/05/was-there-really-a-jewish-holocaust/ Teilen / share: Facebook
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Part 6: Eisenhower's death camps: The last dirty secret of World War II
[Summary: mass murderer Eisenhower in Germany since 1945: Eisenhower's hatred against Germans, Rhine meadow camps, mass murder and faked films Zionist mass murderer Eisenhower with Zionists Baruch and Morgenthau in the background According to the book "Other Losses" of the Canadian historian James Bacque Mr. Eisenhower was living his hatred against Germans since April 1945 letting starving 5 million German prisoners of war in Rhine meadow camps murdering 750,000 Germans - and another 250,000 died since Juli 1945 in the French zone. Additionally

Eisenhower also rejected supply parcels for the civil population provoking a mass death in remaining Germany above all within the expelled Germans. This hunger policy was continued since November 1945 in the "American" zone when Eisenhower returned to the "U.S.A." because blocking food aid for all zones was going on. Eisenhower was arranging a theater of hatred against Germans provoking about 5 to 6 million dead Germans by starvation in remaining Germany from 1945 to 1950. But Eisenhower was even proud of this action having murdered so many Germans (and he used the Hebrew word "gojim", thus called them "pigs"). This choice of words can brig us to the conclusion that Eisenhower was a secret Zionist and that this mass murder against Germans was executed in coordination with other Zionist politicians in criminal "U.S.A.": Baruch and Morgenthau and his staff. Mass murderer Eisenhower and mass deceiver Hitchcock Eisenhower also ordered the "production" of films about a million mass murder against the Jews in Germany (since 1979 called "Holocaust"). And there was another mentally ill person with a hatred against Germans: Hitchcock. In his films he was systematically combining real Jews in striped German zebra detainee's uniforms of German concentration camps, and then came the cut showing emaciated or dead bodies, which were Germans from the Rhine meadow camps, WITHOUT striped detainee's uniforms. Thus the fake can be detected easily, but was not detected on the Nuremberg trial - and thus Zionist concept of Eisenhower was working not only committing a mass murder against Germans in peace times, but also blaming the Germans with a mass murder against the Jews which had never happened in dimensions of 100s of thousands or millions. All in all Eisenhower can be compared with Pol Pot or he is even worse. The willing staff were the "U.S." administration and the military subordinated copying the "hatred against Germans" or simply "collaborating" making simply career under Eisenhower. Warning voices like General Patton were murdered. Swiss Red Cross knows everything but is not telling anything because "Americans" make their holiday in Switzerland Swiss Red Cross and Switzerland as a protecting power of German prisoners of war were making their "action" being passive! Because the press in Switzerland (for example New Zurich Newspaper (Neue Zürcher Zeitung, NZZ) can be seen on microfilm in every university and NOTHING about Rhine meadow camps was reported nor any mass murder against Germans in the Rhine meadow camps was reported, whereas there were reports of the Red Cross (see the archives in Geneva). The Red Cross was collecting data and that's it. Truth was never published not "provoking" the allies. Zionist maneuver was not recognized. And Swiss policy in summer 1945 was busy with "American" troops giving them a "beautiful stay" in Switzerland where Swiss people were selling watches on the street for overpriced prices. Switzerland had had the possibility to show the brutality of the allies in Germany having an influence to the Nuremberg Process - but coward Swiss policy did not do. Michael Palomino, August 17, 2013]

The article in Saturday Night 1989 about Rhine meadow camps

The magazine "Saturday Night" in September 1989 with the principle story "Eisenhower's Death Camps), cover [1] Quotations Number of POWs: <The POW camps clustered all along the Rhine mark the final successful Allied thrust into Germany. The U.S. Army officially took 5,25-million prisoners.> [p.34]

Number of murdered German POWs: <Call it callousness, call it reprisal, call it a policy of hostile neglect: a million Germans taken prisoner by Eisenhower's armies died in captivity after the surrender.> [p.31] <Eisenhower himself signed the request to create a prisoner category not covered by the Geneva convention.> [p.34] <Work crews removed dog tags, stripped the bodies, and stacked them in layers interbedded with quicklime.> [p.36] <Nothing in the camp]: It was U.S. Army policy to provide "no shelter or other comforts". In the prisoner enclosures: the men lived in holes in the earth which they dug themselves.> [p.37] Conclusion: Eisenhower's death camps were like some atomic bombs It can be admitted that this war crime killing 1 million German prisoners of war in the "American" and French zone committed by the criminal "American" Zionist gang Eisenhower, Baruch, and Morgenthau was committed because they wanted to kill the number of Germans who would have been killed by some atomic bombs. But "American" atomic bomb came too late, and the Soviets were "too fast" thus the German capitulation came too early before the atomic bomb was ready. And therefore this mass murder in the Rhine meadow camps was organized. "American" searchers in the group with Einstein and Oppenheimer did not want that Japan will get atomic bombs because it was invented only "against Germany". At the end the criminal "U.S.A." are committing two more giant war crimes with the mass murder in the Rhine meadow camps after the war and with the mass murder of Japanese civil population in Japan in Hiroshima and in Nagasaki - and these criminal "U.S.A." are not torn to justice to a war tribunal until today (2013)...

The article: <by James Bacque

Eisenhower's Death Camps, Saturday Night, September 1989, page 31 [2]

Portrait of James Bacque, Canadian historian [10].

Mr. Bacque was making research about the post-war era in Germany. With many details he was investigating the Rhine meadow camps in the "American" and French zone and could state the real number of killed Germans in the camps. Zionist clique around Eisenhower, Morgenthau and Baruch was committing a mass murder Holocaust against German soldiers in 1945 and 1946. The moving skeletons and the piles of dead bodies of the Germans were also called "Jewish" and the "Holocaust" against the Jews was invented with faked photos and films - by Mr. Hitchcock.

[German soldiers surrendering]
<Call it callousness, call it reprisal, call it a policy of hostile neglect: a million Germans taken prisoner by Eisenhower's armies died in captivity AFTER the surrender. In the spring of 1945, Adolf Hitler's Third Reich was on the brink of collapse, ground between the Red Army, advancing westward towards Berlin and the American, British, and Canadian armies, under the overall command of General Dwight Eisenhower moving eastward over the Rhine. Since the D-Day landing in Normandy the previous June, the western Allies had won back France and the Low Countries, and some Wehrmacht commanders were already trying to negotiate local surrenders. Other units, though, continued to obey Hitler's orders to fight to the last man. Most systems, including transport, had broken down, and civilians in panic flight from the advancing Russians roamed at large. Hungry and frightened, lying in grain fields within fifty feet of us, awaiting the appropriate time to jump up with their hands in the air": chat's how Captain H.F. McCullough of the 2nd Anti-Tank Regiment of the 2nd Canadian Division described the chaos of the German surrender at the end of the Second World War. In a day and a half, according to Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, 500,000 Germans surrendered to his 21st Army Group in

northern Germany. Soon after V-E Day - May 8, 1945 - the British-Canadian catch totaled more than 2-million. Virtually nothing about their treatment survives in the archive sin Ottawa or London, but some skimpy evidence from the International Committee of the Red Cross, the armies concerned, and the prisoners themselves indicates that almost all continued in fair health. In any case, most were quickly released and sent home, or else transferred to the French to help in the postwar work of reconstruction. (The French army had itself taken fewer than 300,000 prisoners). [p.31] Like the British and Canadians, the Americans suddenly faced astounding numbers of surrendering German troops: the final tally of prisoners taken by the U.S. army in Europe (excluding Italy and North Africa) was 5.25-million. But the Americans responded very differently.
Eisenhower's Death Camps, Saturday Night, September 1989, page 32 [3]

Rheinwiesenlager Sinzig-Remagen

[Example of prisoner of war Liebich - shifted from camp to camp]
[Corporal Helmut Liebich in an "American" camp without nothing in Gotha - no housing, hardly any food, hits by bully "Americans"] Among the early U.S. captives was one Corporal Helmut Liebich, who had been working in an anti-aircraft experimental group at Peenemünde on the Baltic. Liebich was captured by the Americans on April 17, near Gotha in central Germany. Forty-two years later, he recalled vividly that there were no tents in the Gotha camp, just barbed-wire fences around a field soon churned to mud. The prisoners received a small ration of food on the first day but it was then cut in half. In order to get it, they were forced to run a gauntlet. Hunched over, they ran between lines of American guards who hit them with sticks as they scurried towards their food.

Rhine meadow camp Sinzig-Remagen with "American" ward and may be a chlorine tank [11] [Liebich in Heidenheim camp: 10 to 30 deads per day - detainees beating mutually - deads under the wet earth - typhus fever] On April 27, they were transferred to the U.S. camp at Heidesheim farther west, where there was no food at all for days, then very little. Exposed, starved, and thirsty, the men started to die. Liebich saw between ten and thirty bodies a day being dragged out of his section, B, which at first held around 5,200 men. He saw one prisoner beat another to death to get his little piece of bread. One night, when it rained, Liebich saw the sides of the holes in which they were sheltered, dug in soft sandy earth, collapse on men who were too weak to struggle out. They [p.32] smothered before anyone could get to them. Liebich sat down and wept. "I could hardly believe men could be so cruel to each other." Typhus broke out in Heidesheim about the beginning of May [1945]. [Liebich in the Bingen-Rüdesheim camp near Bad Kreuznach: no barracks, no food, no water, no medicine, no space] Five days after V-E Day, on May 13, Liebich was transferred to another U.S. POW camp, at Bingen-Rüdesheim in the Rhineland near Bad Kreuznach, where he was told that the prisoners numbered somewhere between 200,000 and 400,000, all without shelter, food, water, medicine, or sufficient space. Soon he fell sick with dysentery [diarrhea without end] and typhus [fever and digestion problems]. [Liebich brought to Rheinberg camp near Holland: Dutch people throwing stones - British taking the camp - "American bulldozer killing Germans in the dugouts] He was moved again, semiconscious and delirious, in an open-topped railway car with about sixty other prisoners: northwest down the Rhine, with a detour through Holland, where the Dutch stood on bridges to smash stones down on the heads of the prisoners. Sometimes the American guards fired warning shots near the Dutch

to keep them off. Sometimes not. After three nights, his fellow prisoners helped him stagger into the huge camp at Rheinberg, near the border with the Netherlands, again without shelter or food. When a little food finally did arrive, it was rotten. In none of the four camps had Liebich seen any shelter for the prisoners. The death rate in the U.S. Rhineland camps at this point, according to surviving data [p.33] from a medical survey, was about thirty per cent per year. A normal death rate for a civilian population in 1945 was between one and two per cent. One day in June, through the hallucinations of his fever, Liebich saw "the Tommies" coming into the camp. The British had taken over Rheinberg, and that probably saved his life. At this point, Liebich, who is five-foot-ten, weighed 96.8 pounds. According to stories told to this day by other ex-prisoners of Rheinberg, the last act of the Americans before the British took over the camp was to bulldoze one section level while there were still living men in their holes in the ground. [Mass murder with a bulldozer - this is normal for the criminal "U.S.A."].

Eisenhower's Death Camps, Saturday Night, September 1989, page 33 [4] A German newspaper, Rhein-Zeitung, has identified this uncaptioned U.S. Army photograph of German POWs as: camp at SinzigRemagen, spring, 1945 [p.33].

Eisenhower's Death Camps, Saturday Night, September 1989, page 34 [5]

[Eisenhower inventing new classes of prisoners of war: disarmed enemy forces DEF without any rights]
[Geneva convention - Switzerland as a "protection power" - mass murderer Eisenhower is not interested in] Under the Geneva Convention, three important rights are guaranteed prisoners of war: -- that they will be fed and sheltered to the same standard as base or depot troops of the Capturing Power; -- that they can send and receive mail; and -- that they will be visited by delegates of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) who will report in secret on their treatment to a Protection Power. (In the case of Germany, as the government disintegrated in the closing stages of the war, Switzerland had been designated the protecting power). In fact, German prisoners taken by the U.S. Army at the end of the Second World War were denied these and most other rights by a series of specific decisions and directives stemming mainly from U.S. Army headquarters at SHAEF - Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force. General Dwight Eisenhower was both supreme commander of SHAEF - all the Allied armies in northwestern Europe and the commanding general of the U.S. forces in the European theater. He was subject to the Combined Chiefs of Staff (CCS) of Britain and the U.S., to the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), and to the policy of the U.S. government, but in the absence of explicit directives - to the contrary or otherwise - ultimate responsibility for the treatment of the German prisoners in American hands lies with him. [Eisenhower's hatred against Germans] "God, I hate the Germans", Eisenhower wrote to his wife, Mamie, in September 1944. Earlier, in front of the British ambassador to Washington, he had said that all the 3,500 or so officers of the German General Staff should be "exterminated". [Eisenhower inventing new class of prisoners of war: disarmed enemy forces DEF] In March, 1945, a message to the Combined Chiefs of Staff signed and initialed by Eisenhower recommended creating a new class of prisoners - Disarmed Enemy Forces, or DEFs - who, unlike Geneva-defined prisoners of war, would not be fed by the army after the surrender of Germany. This would be a direct breach of the Geneva Convention. The message, dated March 10, [1945], argues in part: "The additional maintenance commitment entailed by declaring the German Armed Forces prisoners [sic] of war which would necessitate the provision of rations on a scale equal to that of base troops wold prove far beyond the capacity of the Allies even if all German sources were tapped."

It ends: "Your approval is requested. Existing plans have been prepared upon this basis." [Supreme commander of the "U.S.A." and of "Soviet Union" authorize the new class of prisoners of war without rights] On April 26, 1945, the combined Chiefs approved the DEF status for prisoners of war in American handsomely: the British members had refused to adopt the American plan for their own prisoners. The Combined Chiefs stipulated that the status of disarmed German troops be kept secret. By that time, Eisenhower's quartermaster general at SHAEF, General Robert Littlejohn, had already twice reduced rations to prisoners and a SHAEF message signed "Eisenhower" had reported to General George Marshall, the U.S. Army chief of staff, that the prisoner pens would provide "no shelter or other comforts..."

[Available materials and food in Italy is not distributed]
[Materials and food was available] The problem was not supplies. There was more than enough material stockpiled in Europe to construct prison-camp facilities. Eisenhower's special assistant, General Everett Hughes, had visited the huge supply dumps at Naples and Marseille and reported: "More stocks than we can ever use. Stretch as far as eye can see." Food should not have been a problem, either. In the U.S., wheat and corn surpluses were higher than they had ever been, and there was a record crop of potatoes. The army itself had so much food in reserve that when a whole warehouseful was dropped from the supply lists by accident in England it was not noticed for three months. In addition, the International Committee of the Red Cross had over 100,000 tons of food in storage in Switzerland. When it tried to send two train loads of this to the American sector of Germany, U.S. Army officers turned the trains back, saying their warehouses were already overflowing with ICRC food which they had never distributed). Nonetheless it was through the supply side that the policy of deprivation was carried out. Water, food, tents, space, medicine - everything necessary for the prisoners was kept fatally scarce. Camp Rheinberg, where Corporal Liebich would fetch up in mid-May, shivering with dysentery and typhus, had no food at all when it was opened on April 17. As in the other big "Rhine meadow" camps, opened by the Americans in mid-April, there were no guard towers, tents, buildings, cooking facilities, water, latrines, or food.

[Witnesses describing the Rhine meadow camps]
[Witness George Weiss: shivering without water in wind and weather] George Weiss, a tank repairman who now lives in Toronto, recalls of his camp on the Rhine: "All night we had to sit up jammed against each other. But the lack of water was the worst thing of all. For three and a half days, we had no water at all. We wold drink our own urine..." [Witness Heinz T. in Bad Kreuznach - trees and fires - shit "Americans" prohibiting the fires] Private Heinz T. (his surname is withheld at his request) had just turned eighteen in hospital when the Americans walked into his ward on April 18. He and all his fellow patients were taken out to the camp at Bad Kreuznach in the Rhineland, which already held several hundred thousand prisoners. Heinz was wearing only a pair of shorts, shoes, and shirt. Heinz was far from the youngest in the camp, which also held thousands of displaced German civilians. There were children as young as six among the prisoners, as well as pregnant women, and men over 60. At the beginning, when threes still grew in the camp, some men managed to cut off limbs to build a fire. The guards ordered the fire put out. In many of the enclosures, it was forbidden to dig holes in the ground for shelter. "All we had to eat was grass", Heinz remembers. [Witness Charles von Luttichau] Charles von Luttichau was convalescing at home when he decided to surrender voluntarily to U.S. troops about to occupy his house. He was taken to Camp Kripp, on the Rhine near Remagen. "We were kept in crowded barbed-wire cages in the open with scarcely any food", [p.34]

[List with the camps with German surrendered soldiers]
Main allied camps in France and Belgium

The POW camps clustered all along the Rhine mark the final successful Allied thrust into Germany. The U.S. Army officially took 5.25-million prisoners.

Eisenhower's death camps, Saturday Night, September 1989, page 35, map with the death camps in Germany, Belgium, and France [6] 1 Barlin 2 Dieppe 3 Attichy 4 Cherbourg 5 Delta Base 6 Alençon 7. Rennes 8 Evron 9 Champagne 10 Orléans 11 Thorée-les-Pins 12 Mulsanne 13 Muntruoil-Bellay 14 Amhoise

15 Bourges 16 Soulac 17 St-Médard-un-Jalles 18 Gernignan 19 Andernos 20 Daugnague 21 Pissos 22 Labouhuyre 23 Buglose 24 Bayonne-Beyris 25 Gurs 26 Les Sables-Puruel 27 Castres 28 Le Vernet d'Ariège 29 Rivesaltes 30 Marseille 31 Aubagne 32 Malliouse & St-Louis 33 Colmar 34 Lougres 35 Brienne-le-Château 36 Mailly-le-Camp 37 Vitry-le-François 38 Ste-Menuhould 39 Mutzig 40 Brumath 41 Sarrebourg 42 Sarralbu 43 voorijscho 44 Mutz 45 Stonay 46 Erbiseul 47 Muns 48 Ostend Main allied camps in Germany 1. Buderich 2. Rheinberg 3. Wickrathburg 4. Köln 5. Remagen 6. Sinzig 7. Bretzenheim 8. Andernach 9. Budesheim 10. Sterslialin 11. Bingen & Dietersheim 12. Ingelheim 13. Hechtsheim 14. Sinhesheim 15. Bad Kreuznach 16. Mannheim 17. Würzburg 18. Heilbronn 19. Neu-Ulm 20. Burgau 21. Ingolstadt 22. Regensburg 23. Augsburg 24. Dachau 25. Landshut 26. Planegg 27. Babenhausen 28. Bad Aibling 29. Gotha 30. Münster 31: Bremen 32. Aurich [p.35] he recalled recently. "More than half the days we had no food at all. On the rest, we got a little Ka ration. I could see from the package that they were giving us one-tenth of the rations that they issued to their own men. ... I complained to the American camp commander that he was breaking the Geneva Convention, but he just said, 'Forget the Convention. You haven't any rights.' "

[Toilets or latrines - mass death in infected clothes] "The latrines were just logs flung over ditches next to the barbed-wire fences. Because of illness, the men had to defecate on the ground. Soon, many of us were too weak to take off our trousers first. So our clothing was infected, and so was the mud where we had to walk and sit and lie down. In these conditions, our men very soon started to die. Within a few days, some of the men who had gone healthy into the camp were dead. I saw our men dragging many bodies to the gate of the camp, where they were thrown loose on top of each other onto trucks, which took them away." Von Luttichau's mother was American and he later emigrated to Washington, D.C., where he became a historian and wrote a military history for the U.S. Army. He was in the Kripp camp for about three months. [Witness Wolfgang Iff - 30 to 40 deads every day]

Eisenhower's Death Camps, Saturday Night, September 1989, page 36 [7]

Wolfgang Iff, who was imprisoned at Rheinberg and still lives in Germany [in 1989], reports that, in his subsection of perhaps 10,000 prisoners, thirty to forty bodies were dragged out very day. A member of the burial work party, Iff says he helped haul the dead from his cage out to the gate of the camp, where the bodies ere carried by wheel barrow to several big steel garages. There Iff and his team stripped the corpses of clothing, snapped off half of each aluminum dog tag, spread the bodies in layers of fifteen to twenty, with ten shovelfuls of quicklime over each layer till they were stacked a meter high, placed the personal effects in a bag for the Americans, then left. Some of the corpses were dead of gangrene following frostbite. (It was an unusually wet, cold spring). A dozen or more others had grown too weak to cling to the log flung across the ditch for a latrine, and had fallen off and drowned. ["American" colonels are also witnesses: James Mason and Charles Beasley - no water in a camp 200 yards from Rhine river] The conditions in the American camps along the Rhine in late April were observed by two colonels in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, James Mason and Charles Beasley, who described them in a paper published in 1950: "Huddled close together for warmth, behind the barbed wire was a most awesome sight - nearly 100,000 haggard, apathetic, dirty, gaunt, blank-staring men clad in dirty field gray uniforms, and standing ankle-deep in mud.... The German Division Commander reported that the men had not eaten for at least two days, and the provision of water was a major problem - yet only 200 yards away was the River Rhine running bankfull."

[Questions of status, indication of numbers and rations]
[Status of DEF since May 4, 1945] On May 4, 1945, the first German prisoners of war in U.S. hands were transferred to DEF status. The same day, the U.S. War Department banned mail to or from the prisoners When the International Committee of the Red Cross suggested a plan for restoring mail in July, it was rejected. On May 8, V-E Day, the German government was abolished and, simultaneously, the U.S. State Department dismissed Switzerland as the protecting power for the German prisoners. (Prime Minister Mackenzie King of Canada protected to the Foreign Office in London the parallel removal of the Swiss as protecting power in BritishCanadian camps, but was squelched for his pains). With this done, the State Department informed the International Committee of the Red Cross that, since there was no protecting power to report to, there was no longer any point in visiting the camps. From then on, prisoners held by the U.S. Army had no access to any impartial observer, nor could they receive food parcels, clothing, or medicines from any relief agency, or letters from their kin. General George Patton's U.S. Third Army was the only army in the whole European theater to free significant numbers of captives during May, saving many of them from probable death. Both Omar Bradley and General J. C.H. Lee, Commander Communications Zone (Com Z) Europe, ordered a release of prisoners within a week of the war's end, but a SHAEF order signed "Eisenhower" countermanded them on May 15. That same day, according to a minute of their meeting, General Eisenhower and Prime Minister Churchill talked about reducing prisoner rations. Churchill asked for an agreement on the scale of rations for prisoners, because he would soon have to announce cuts in the British meat ration and wanted to make sure that the prisoners "as far as possible... should be fed on those supplies which we could best spare." Eisenhower replied that he had already "given the matter considerable attention," but was planning to re-examine the whole thing to see "whether or not a further reduction was possible." Herold Churchill that POWs had been getting 2,200 calories a day. [This

was a big lie of course]. (The U.S. Army Medical Corps considered 2,150 an absolute minimum subsistence level for sedentary adults living under shelter. U.S. troops were issued 4,000 calories a day). What he did not tell Churchill was that the army was not feeding the DEFs at all, or was feeding them far less than those who still enjoyed prisoner-of-war status. Rations were reduced again soon after this: a direct cut was recorded in the Quartermaster Reports. But indirect cuts were taking place as well. One was the effect of extraordinary gaps between prisoner strength as given on the ration lists and official "on hand" counts, and between the on-hand counts and the actual number of prisoners in the camps. [General Lee counts 1 million more DEF than the Eisenhower staff!] The meticulous General Lee grew so worried about the discrepancies that he fired off a challenging cable from his headquarters in Paris to SHAEF headquarters in Frankfurt: "This Headquarters is having considerable difficulty in establishing adequate basis for requisitioning rations for prisoners of war currently held in Theater. ... In response to inquiries from this Headquarters... several varying statements of num [S.36] ber of prisoners held in Theater have been published by SHAEF." He then cites the latest SHAEF statement: <Cable ... dated 31 May states 1,890,000 prisoners of war and 1,200,000 disarmed German forces on hand. Best available figures at this Headquarters show prisoners of war in Com Z 910,980, in Com Z transient enclosures 1,002,422 and in Twelfth Army GP 965,135, making a total of 2,878,537 and an additional 1,000,000 disarmed German forces Germany and Austria.>
Eisenhower's Death Camps, Saturday Night, September 1989, page 37 [8] It was U.S. Army policy to provide "no shelter or other comforts". In the prisoner enclosures: the men lived in holes in the earth which they dug themselves [p.37].

The situation was astounding: Lee was reporting a million more men in the U.S. Army camps in Europe than SHAEF said it had on its books. But he was wrestling with the wind: he had to base his issue of food on the number of prisoners on hand supplied to him by SHAEF G-3 (Operations). Given the general turmoil, fluctuating and inaccurate tallies were probably inevitable, but more than 1-million captives can actually be seen disappearing between two reports of the Theater Provost Marshal, issued on the same day, June 2. The last in a series of daily reports from the TPM logs 2,870,400 POWs on hand at June 2 [1945]. The first report of the new weekly series, dated the same day, says that there are only 1,836,000 on hand. At one point in the middle of June, the prisoner strength on the ration list was shown as 1,421,559, while on Lee's and other evidence there were probably almost three times that number.

Rhine meadow camp of Sinzig-Remagen, German soldiers in dugouts and on terraces [12] [Rations] Spreading the rations thinner was one way to guarantee starvation. Another was accomplished by some strange army bookkeeping during June and July. A million prisoners who had been receiving at least some food because of their nominal POW status lost their rights and their food when they were secretly transferred to the DEF status.

The shift was made deliberately over many weeks, with careful attention paid to maintaining plausible balances in SHAEF's weekly POW and DEF reports. (The discrepancy between those "shifted" from POW status during the period from June 2 to July 28 and those "received" in the DEF status is only 0.43 per cent). The reclassification to DEF did not require any transfer [p.37] of men to new camps, or involve any new organization to get German civilian supplies to them. The men stayed where they were. All that happened was that, by the clatter of a typewriter, their skimpy bit of U.S. Army food was stopped. The effect of a policy arranged through accountancy and conveyed by winks and nods - without written orders - was first to mystify, then to frustrate, then to exhaust the middle-rank officers who were responsible for POWs. A colonel in the Quartermaster Section of the advance U.S. fighting units wrote a personal plea to Quartermaster General Robert Littlejohn as early as April 27 [1945]: "Aside from the 750 tons received from Fifteenth Army, no subsistence has been received nor do 1 expect any. What desirable Class II and IV [rations] we have received has been entirely at the sufferance of the Armies, upon personal appeal and has been insignificant in relation to the demands which are being put upon us by the influx of prisoners of war." [Rumors: "bad news"] Rumors of conditions in the camps ran through the U.S. army. "Boy, those camps were bad news", said Benedict K. Zobrist, a technical sergeant in the Medical Corps. "We were warned to stay as far away as we could."
Eisenhower's Death Camps, Saturday Night, September 1989, page 38 [9]

["U.S." reports of medical corps - Eisenhower blocking the "American" zone for any help or supply - he wanted the mass murder of German soldiers]
[Medical inspection by medical corps of "U.S." army in the Rhine prisoner of war camps - reports missing - some excerpts] In May and early June of 1945, a team of U.S. Army Medical Corps doctors did survey some of the Rhineland camps, holding just over 80,000 German POWs. Its report is missing from the appropriate section of the National Archives in Washington, but two secondary sources reproduce some of the findings. The three main killers were -- diarrhea and dysentery (treated as one category), -- cardiac disease, and -- pneumonia. But, straining medical terminology, the doctors also recorded deaths from "emaciation" and "exhaustion". And their data revealed death rates eighty times as high as any peacetime norm. Only 9.7 per cent to fifteen percent of the prisoners had died of causes clearly associated with lack of food, such as emaciation and dehydration, and "exhaustion". But the other diseases, directly attributable to exposure, overcrowding, filth, and lack of sanitation, were undoubtedly exacerbated by starvation. As the report noted, "Exposure, overcrowding of pens and lack of food and sanitary facilities all contributed to these excessive [death] rates." The data, it must be remembered, were taken from the POW camps, not from the DEF camps [where the conditions were even much worse yet]. By the end of May, 1945, more people had already died in the U.S. camps than would die in the atomic blast at Hiroshima. [Telegram from June 4, 1945: Eisenhower urging for the elimination of all classes of captives - Chiefs of Staff don't want any prisoners of war any more in May 1945!] On June 4, 1945, a cable signed "Eisenhower" told Washington that it was "urgently necessary to reduce the number of prisoners at earliest opportunity by discharging all classes of prisoners not likely to be required by Allies. "It is hard to understand what prompted this cable. No reason for it is evident in the massive cable traffic that survives the period in the archives in London, Washington, and Abilene, Kansas [Eisenhower's domicile]. And far from ordering Eisenhower to take or hold on to prisoners, the combined Chiefs' message of April 26 [1945] had urged him not to take in any more after V-E Day, even for labor. Nonetheless more than 2-million DEFs were

impounded after May 8, [1945]. [Eisenhower blocking everything: "U.S." zone is closed for the Red Cross, for other organizations and for any supply - until Eisenhower is leaving to the "U.S.A." in the end of 1945] During June [1945], Germany was partitioned into zones of occupation and in July, 1945, SHAEF `Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force] was disbanded. Eisenhower, referring to his single role as U.S. commanding general in Europe, became military governor of the U.S. zone. He continued to keep out Red Cross representative,s and the U.S. Army also informed American relief teams that the zone was closed to them. It was closed to all relief shipments as well - until December, 1945, when a slight relaxation came into effect [when mass murderer Eisenhower left from Europe to the "U.S.A."].

[France taking over some camps - inspection by Captain Julien - photos from Buchenwald and Dachau look just the same]
[French zone: detainees under French administration] Also starting in July [1945], the Americans turned over between 600,000 and 700,000 German captives to the French to help repair damages done to their country during the war. Many of the transferees were in five U.S. camps clustered around Dietersheim, near Mainz, in the section of Germany that had just come under French control. [French Captain Julien making an inspection - "American" camps look just like the photos about "Holocaust" in Buchenwald and Dachau] On July 10, a French army unit took over Dietersheim and seventeen days later a Captain Julien arrived to assume command. His report survives as part of an army inquiry into a dispute between Julien and his predecessor. In the first camp he entered, he testified to finding muddy ground "peopled with living skeletons", some of whom died as he watched. Others huddled under bits of cardboard which they clutched although the July day was hot. Women lying in holes in the ground stared up at him with hunger edema bulging their bellies in gross parody of pregnancy; old men with long gray hair watched him feebly; children of six or seven with the raccoon rings of starvation looked at him from lifeless eyes. Two German doctors in the "hospital" were trying to care for the dying on the ground under the hot sky, between the marks of the tent that the Americans had taken with them. Julien, who had fought against the Germans with his regiment, the 3ème Régiment de Tirailleurs Algériens, found himself thinking in horror: "This is just like the photographs of Buchenwald and Dachau." [On these photos of the German concentration camps of Buchenwald and Dachau German detainees and bodies are shown with the indication that these would be Jews - Captain Julien confirms the big lie of Eisenhower and Hitchcock...] There were 103,500 people in the five camps round Dietersheim and among them Julien's officers counted 32,640 who could do no work at all. These were released immediately. In all, two-thirds of the prisoners taken over by the French that summer from American camps in Germany and in France were useless for reparations labor. IN the camp at Sainte-Marthe, 615 of 700 captives were reported to be unable to work. At Erbiseul near Mons, Belgium, according to a written complaining, twenty-five per cent of the men received by the French were "déchets", or garbage.

[Total deprivation of all German prisoners in "American" camps since August 4, 1945 - mass murderer Eisenhower leaving in November 1945 "American" camps until 1946 - French camps until 1948]
[Food provision for "Americans" rising by 39%] In July and august, as U.S. Quartermaster Littlejohn signaled to Eisenhower in due course, the Army food reserves in Europe grew by thirty-nine per cent. [August 4, 1945: all remnant prisoners of war are rated without rights being Disarmed Enemy Forces rising death rates again] On August 4, a one-sentence order signed "Eisenhower" condemned ALL prisoners of war still on hand in the U.s. camps to DEF status: "Effective immediately all members of the German forces held in U.S. custody in the American zone of occupation in GERMANY will be considered as disarmed enemy forces and not as having the status of prisoner of war." No reason was given. Surviving weekly tallies suggest the dual classification was preserved, but, for the POWs now being treated as DEFs, the death rate quadrupled within a few weeks from .2 per cent per week to .8 per cent.

Longtime DEFs were dying at nearly five times that rate. The official "Weekly PW & DEF Report" for the week ending September 8, 1945, still exists in the U.S. National Archives in Washington. It shows an aggregate of 1,056,482 prisoners being held by the U.S. Army in the European theater, of whom about two-thirds are identified as POWs. The other third - 363,587 men - are DEFs. During that one week, 13,051 of them died [November 1945: Eisenhower returning to the "U.S.A."] In November, 1945, General Eisenhower succeeded George Marshall as U.S. Army chief of staff and returned to the U.S. [Rhine meadow camps in 1946 - French camps until 1949 - destruction of evidence in the 1950s] In January, 1946, the camps still held significant numbers of captives but the U.S. had wound down its prisoner holdings almost to zero by the end of 1946. The French continued holding hundreds of thousands through 1946, but gradually reduced the number to nothing by about 1949. During the 1950s, most non-record material relating to the U.S. prison camps was destroyed by the Army. [Hypocrite Eisenhower deploring German victims during the war - but he himself provoked the mass murder of Germans even after the war] Eisenhower had deplored the Germans' useless defense of the Reich in the last months of the war because of the waste of life. At least ten times as many Germans - undoubtedly 800,000, almost certainly more than 900,000, and quite probably over 1-million - died in the French and American camps as were killed in all the combat on the Western Front in northwest Europe from America's entry into the war in 1941 through to April, 1945.> << >>

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Photo sources [1-9] Sunday Night Magazin vom September 1989 [10] portrait of James Bacque: http://judicial-inc-archive.blogspot.com/2011/01/did-ww-2-historian-james-bacquewho-is.html [11] Rhine meadow camp of Sinzig Remagen with "American" guard and tank of chlorine: http://de.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rheinwiesenlager [12] Rhine meadow camp of Sinzig Remagen, German soldiers in dugouts of their fox's dens: Spiegel online: http://einestages.spiegel.de/static/entry/als_den_vaetern_die_seele_erfror/10979/rheinwiesenlager.html, photo 1 ^

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