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All the horrors of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in rare archival photographs

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Bergen-Belsen - Nazi concentration camp, located in the province of Hanover (today - on the territory of Lower Saxony), a mile from the village of Belsen and a few kilometers south-west of the city of Bergen. There were no gas chambers in the camp. But over 1943 — 1945 years, about 50 thousands of prisoners died here, over 35 thousands of them - from typhoid several months before the liberation of the camp. Anne Frank was among the dead.


All the horrors of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in rare archival photographs


1940 was created in May as a Stalag 311 for prisoners of war from Belgium and France. The initial number of prisoners is 600 people. In the photo: a German boy is walking along the road past the hundreds of bodies of the dead prisoners of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.



In July, about 1941 thousands of prisoners of war from the USSR arrived here 20, by the spring of 1942 18 thousands of them died of starvation, cold and disease (only 2097 people survived). In the photo: prisoners freed by American troops of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Farsleben.



In April, the 1943 prisoner of war camp was closed and transformed into a concentration camp for the temporary detention of those prisoners who owned foreign passports and who could be exchanged for captured German nationals held in the Allied camps. In the photo: a British soldier on the bulldozer collects the corpses of prisoners of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.



A section for sick prisoners who could no longer work in labor camps was created in March 1944. In the 1945 year, when the end of World War II was already apparent, prisoners from other camps were transferred to Bergen-Belsen, although Bergen-Belsen was not equipped to receive so many prisoners. In the photo: former prisoners of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp dismantle things before disinfection.



Former guards and guards Bergen-Belsen unload the bodies of prisoners under escort of British soldiers.
In the photo: Magdalene Kessel, Anneliese Kohlmann, 1921 — 1977, in the body of the right trailer, the fourth on the right; subsequently sentenced to two years in prison, Charlotte Pliquet, Ilze Förster (Ilse Föte) on 10 years in prison, released on December 1951 of the year), Frida Walter (Frieda Walter, sentenced to 3 year of imprisonment) and SS observant Friedrich Herzog (Friedrich Herzog, 1886 — 1945, died in the summer of 1945, after infection with typhus)



Among the dead was a Czech artist and writer Josef Čapek, Anna Frank and her sister Margot. In the photo: the bodies of dead prisoners of Bergen-Belsen against the background of a camp hut.



15 April 1945 camp Bergen-Belsen was voluntarily surrendered by the Germans to an officer of the British armed forces Derrick Sington (Derrick Sington), who later wrote a small book about this event (“Belsen Uncovered”, published by Duckworth, London, 1946). Despite the best efforts of the British military medics, about 13000 prisoners died after the transfer of the camp to the British. As a result of the transfer of control of Bergen-Belsen to the British armed forces, this camp became the first Nazi death camp, which gained notoriety from American citizens. In the photo: the deceased and dying prisoners of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp lie on a pile of straw.



After the liberation of the camp by the British, when cleaning the campsite from corpses and burial of bodies, SS soldiers were forbidden to use gloves, despite the serious threat of typhus. Because of this, 20 of 80 camp guard members (SS teams) became sick and died. In the photo: five former prisoners of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp dine at the bodies of the dead.



The German civilian population from nearby settlements was forcibly attracted to the 13000 burial of the bodies of the prisoners. They also had to perform these procedures without gloves and other protective equipment, under the threat of being shot. The houses of German citizens were used for the temporary resettlement of surviving prisoners of Bergen-Belsen. In the photo: three former prisoners of Bergen-Belsen carry a dead body in a blanket.



Unlike German soldiers, the British soldiers who participated in cleaning the camp from corpses, used bulldozers during the mass burial of decaying bodies. Many of those who saw footage of the film, made by the British military in Bergen-Belsen, believed that the bulldozers were driven by German soldiers. In the photo: a ditch with the bodies of prisoners of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.



Former SS Obershturmführer Franz Hößler (1906 — 1945) at the microphone in front of a truck with the bodies of prisoners of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.



The freed prisoner of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, who became ill with typhus in one of the camp barracks.



The freed prisoners of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp (Bergen-Belsen), mostly women and children, spend the night in one of the camp premises.
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  1. Good cat
    Good cat 10 February 2016 06: 39 New
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    Ordinary fascism!
    1. Megatron
      Megatron 10 February 2016 11: 17 New
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      Honestly, the Germans didn’t get enough for such atrocities following the war. Oh little.
      1. bolat19640303
        bolat19640303 10 February 2016 18: 03 New
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        All these terrible shots show that human life in the West (the so-called "democratic") has never been valued and now is not valued for anything. The Soviet soldier (this is my father, these are our fathers and grandfathers) saved the peoples of Europe from destruction. Therefore, for me, the son of a war veteran, these photos are not only another confirmation of the crimes of fascism, but also the real attitude towards the victims of fascism on the part of the so-called. "liberators".
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  2. Tatar 174
    Tatar 174 10 February 2016 06: 46 New
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    In Europe it is necessary to remind about this in the USA, but we remember this at the genetic level. ISIS and the junta in Ukraine want the same thing as the Nazis did during WWII. Many in the world have forgotten what Nazism is - it is very bad.
  3. parusnik
    parusnik 10 February 2016 08: 06 New
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    Forgetting Europe and the USA, their past .. now it is the past, in different regions they embody ..
  4. Archikah
    Archikah 10 February 2016 08: 06 New
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    It’s only who these Englishmen are that they forced ordinary German citizens to remove troupes from the villages without gloves. What do they have to do with it? So it is possible to declare all residents of Germany responsible for what was happening in the camps. SS is one thing, and completely different civilians. In Ukraine, 20% of galloping, fascists. And the rest of the population-also in the furnace ?! So the act of the English command is no better than the German looters and sadists. hi
    1. RBLip
      RBLip 10 February 2016 08: 21 New
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      Quote: Archikah
      it’s just who these British are - that they forced ordinary German citizens to remove troupes from the villages without gloves. What do they have to do with it? So it is possible to declare all residents of Germany responsible for what was happening in the camps.

      and what’s wrong, are not to blame? Well google on the topic of ostarbeiters. and how did these very civilians feel about them ... superhuman, mother of their yati ...
    2. Loreal
      Loreal 10 February 2016 08: 31 New
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      And why did the author write about gas chambers if they were not there (as elsewhere)?
      There were gazenvageny, but not only among the Germans. Gas chambers are now in the USA.
      1. Devildog85
        Devildog85 10 February 2016 11: 30 New
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        and with Anne Frank, not everything is so smooth. Another thing is that the main victims were the people of the USSR, and over the past 20 years, the population losses are comparable, but that there are only 1000 abortions in an "Orthodox" country - which is like a mortal sin. I feel we will all have to answer in solidarity for the sins of our people ...
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 10 February 2016 15: 34 New
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          They did not think about gloves. It can be said that there was a war. And the civilians did not bother too much. For military needs, they were involved in work, something necessary was requisitioned, when the troops were quartered, trophies were evicted if necessary. Normal tactics in any war. The atrocities against both peaceful and prisoners is a different topic. And here the Germans got very dirty and thus differ from the Soviet people-liberator. They were the first to come to our land for fuel for their crematoria. And the Soviet people heroically sacrificed themselves so that these "death factories" extinguished, and there can be no other interpretation.
          P.S. And the British are on the tractor. What a symbolic photo.
          1. Loreal
            Loreal 11 February 2016 08: 25 New
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            At the front, millions of soldiers were also burned? There were no gas chambers for the mass destruction of corpses.
            They differ in that they shot hostages. In less than a week there was the same photo with a different headdress.
    3. yastr
      yastr 10 February 2016 16: 15 New
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      I do not agree with you.
      Did this civilian population live in a vacuum?
      It didn’t know that people were being killed in huge numbers nearby?
      Did the population try to help the prisoners?
      They had no contact with the SS sheep?

      No, they simply closed their eyes and did not notice, and in many respects agreed with what was happening, considering the unfortunate prisoners animals, no match for them.
      Indifference to the misfortune of others and grief is their main fault.
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 10 February 2016 17: 28 New
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        The people and the army are one. In any country so.
        Quote: yastr
        Did this civilian population live in a vacuum?
        It didn’t know that people were being killed in huge numbers nearby?
        Did the population try to help the prisoners?
        They had no contact with the SS sheep?
        Yes, it knew everything, of course. But what SPECIFICALLY could it do if, with the advent of Hitler, Germany became an absolutely totalitarian country where all dissent was brutally cut down? What is the blame for a lot of ordinary people? They are a downtrodden, weak-willed mass with "processed" brains, and if you get out of the herd or the forbidden problem, you will perish in the Gestapo or in the military commandant's office. That's why they closed their eyes. And I don't understand: what were they supposed to have done? German women and widows, there are all sorts of old people, children ----- that's how they were supposed to behave ..? Therefore, only war criminals and SS punishers were subjected to trial. Here, I think they were given little. It was necessary to give more and without amnesties. BUT!!! The Fulton speech became like a hymn to the aspirations of the West. To oppose us and dominate. The atomic bomb again. And the USSR began to erect its defense line from Germany as well. And the East Germans helped to guard the USSR borders on distant approaches. And reviews of its fighting qualities and I met the most flattering motivation. That is why the commanders of the fronts, special departments and all conscious commanders fought against violations of discipline in the conquered territory. And Stalin demanded this. Well, ordinary Germans knew that there was a concentration camp next to them. And what, after the victory of all of them there No! You saw a b / w photo of the defeated Berlin where our soldier pours soup for the Germans from the field kitchen?

        Quote: yastr
        Indifference to the misfortune of others and grief is their main fault.
        I agree. Their fault. And their tragedy. The world is not fair and not kind. Why do people forget everything so quickly? After all, these millstones have been spinning from century to century ...
    4. SSR
      SSR 10 February 2016 22: 36 New
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      Quote: Archikah
      It’s only who these Englishmen are that they forced ordinary German citizens to remove troupes from the villages without gloves. What do they have to do with it? So it is possible to declare all residents of Germany responsible for what was happening in the camps. SS is one thing, and completely different civilians. In Ukraine, 20% of galloping, fascists. And the rest of the population-also in the furnace ?! So the act of the English command is no better than the German looters and sadists. hi

      For information.
      It was the British who were the first to use concentration camps, completely destroyed the Tasmanian people, exterminated millions of Irish people, and not a single court tried them. Learn the mate part and get acquainted with the history of Britain and the Anglo-Saxons. I recommend without a banter.
      PS
      Separately, I remind you of the zigging British royal offspring in the late 30s. Photo and video chronicles are now available.
  5. King, just king
    King, just king 10 February 2016 11: 08 New
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    Your mother! The Germans are bastards!

    English on a bulldozer with a cigarette in his mouth or what? This is a man who fought and saw blood ...
    1. Voice of the Mind
      Voice of the Mind 10 February 2016 12: 57 New
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      Quote: King, just king
      English on a bulldozer with a cigarette in his mouth or what?

      Exactly. It was from this photo that my interest in the topic of the Holocaust began. A childhood friend from Israel sent a presentation "Holocaust", there was this photo. Break the template however.
      So you start digging, it turns out that the story of the "Holocaust", namely about the Jewish victims, was invented from the first to the last word.
      In reality, at the very beginning of the war, the Germans captured 4 million Soviet soldiers. Who are the soldiers? These are young healthy people who need to be protected and fed. And here's how to do it, because if everyone runs at once, then no machine guns will be enough. It was then that they surrounded the hills with thorns ... they did not feed them ... and forced them to chop stones ... to run with carts ... so that they would not only not think about escaping, but would stretch their legs faster. These are the real victims of the "Holocaust"
      A little lower, my other post explains what exactly happened in Bergen-Belsen and whether the Germans are to blame
      1. Devildog85
        Devildog85 11 February 2016 13: 52 New
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        here, millions of tortured Red Army soldiers simply wrote down in the HOLOCAUST.
    2. Profan
      Profan 10 February 2016 14: 50 New
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      At first the photo of a soldier with a cigarette twisted, and then he imagined the smell there!
  6. King, just king
    King, just king 10 February 2016 11: 11 New
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    Quote: Loreal
    And why did the author write about gas chambers if they were not there (as elsewhere)?
    There were gazenvageny, but not only among the Germans. Gas chambers are now in the USA.


    There were, there were no gas chambers - the tenth thing. The Holocaust was, was not - the twentieth matter! There is that moat with corpses in the photo - there is! There is a truck with corpses - there is! All Germans there, in the moat! Leave a little to remember for ages: Drang nah osten - not gut!
    1. otto meer
      otto meer 10 February 2016 13: 39 New
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      Quote: King, just king
      Your mother! The Germans are bastards!

      Quote: King, just king
      All Germans there, in the moat!

      C ... KA! I am German! He fought for Russia (Chechnya). My father is German! He fought for Russia (Afghan). My grandfather is the same (oddly enough) German. And the same fought for Russia (WWII). And the great-grandfather is a German! And also fought for Russia (WWII). And great-great-grandfather (PMV). AND...
      Are we bastards? Us the same in the furnace? Same in the moat? Think what you say! You are the same fascists as any other Fuhrer SS!
  7. bootlegger
    bootlegger 10 February 2016 12: 01 New
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    After the British liberated the camp, when cleaning the camp from corpses and burying the bodies, SS soldiers were forbidden to use gloves, despite the serious threat of typhus. Because of this, 20 out of 80 members of the camp guard (SS team) fell ill and died.

    Apparently they really wanted to shoot them, but they could not. But what they could, they did ..
  8. Voice of the Mind
    Voice of the Mind 10 February 2016 12: 36 New
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    90% of all photos about the horrors of Nazism come from this camp.
    Here is a rather dark story.
    Bergen-Belsen was originally created as a camp for keeping prisoners who could be exchanged for German prisoners, that is, it was not any "death camp".
    The story is strange in that either the British did not risk entering the camp for fear of typhus, or the zone of occupation was American (different sources vary). Most of the photos are from May 1945. That is, 2 months have passed since the "release", the prisoners were not fed, treated and not allowed to run away. Within two weeks after liberation, 9000 people died, and by the end of May, 4000 more.
    In late May, the camp was visited by a "obnoxious Swedish Jew" (as he was dubbed in the West Point alumni yearbook, 1915), General Dwight David Eisenhower.
    Eisenhower ordered everything to be carefully documented and filmed "for posterity."
    All these photos were used at the Nuremberg process.
    By the way, the Nuremberg trial approved the figure of 13.8 million Jews killed
  9. gamer
    gamer 10 February 2016 13: 02 New
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    on waralbum.ru there are 73 photos from this concentration camp, as well as from other camps.
  10. minirulet
    minirulet 10 February 2016 14: 22 New
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    Terrible photos of course. I think this soldier with a cigarette on a bulldozer then dreamed about these corpses all his life. And to everyone else who saw it. And in Auschwitz it was even worse ...
  11. King, just king
    King, just king 10 February 2016 15: 37 New
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    Quote: otto meer
    Quote: King, just king
    Your mother! The Germans are bastards!

    Quote: King, just king
    All Germans there, in the moat!

    C ... KA! I am German! He fought for Russia (Chechnya). My father is German! He fought for Russia (Afghan). My grandfather is the same (oddly enough) German. And the same fought for Russia (WWII). And the great-grandfather is a German! And also fought for Russia (WWII). And great-great-grandfather (PMV). AND...
    Are we bastards? Us the same in the furnace? Same in the moat? Think what you say! You are the same fascists as any other Fuhrer SS!



    Calm, calmer, citizen Otto Meer. In connection with the non-specific indication of someone in the ditch - I will clarify. I’ve thought that after the war it was necessary to take everything from the Germans to the nail, and expel naked in the cold for EVERYTHING that they did - expressed in the subject when discussing a photo where the allegedly Red Army man was taking a bicycle from a German woman. My opinion belonged both to Western Germans and to Eastern Germans (Bud. FRG and GDR), in no way affecting ethnic Germans in the territory of the USSR, faithfully serving their homeland. I hate the current Germans in Germany because they were born and chewed, and millions of our people cannot be born through the fault of their grandfathers, dads and mothers.

    For my part, I consider the incident settled.
    Accept the assurances of utmost reverence!
    Anatoly
    1. otto meer
      otto meer 10 February 2016 16: 19 New
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      Quote: King, just king
      Accept the assurances of utmost reverence!
      I accept. And I understand and respect your position on this issue, although this
      Quote: King, just king
      after the war it was necessary to take everything from the Germans down to the nail, and expel naked in the cold for EVERYTHING that they did
      I do not share. And that's why. One of the branches of our family did not live very poorly before the war (hereditary noblemen, castle, land, all things). After the war, a mother and son of 8 years survived from the family. Father and three older brothers perished on the eastern front (yes, they were in the Wehrmacht, but I hope their honor was not tarnished). Out of the property there was a city apartment in the city of the Xth (in the Soviet zone). And one night at 45 or at 46, an 8-year-old Gustav shot the Russian sentry (for the cause, quite rightly, they robbed a military warehouse with groceries). And his mother Helma was left completely alone. No children, no husband, no money - nothing. All gobbled up by the war. And now the question is - do you think that removing it from the last shirt and putting it in the cold would be right?
      The commander of the unit that Gustav was trying to rob (they really had nothing to eat at that time), considered that it was wrong - they helped with the work. The soldier who shot the kid asked for forgiveness with tears in her eyes, and his grief was natural (and this is not a snotty kid, a grated, seasoned warrior). Here are what people were! And you take, kick!
      I am not looking for approval, sympathy, or even less pity. I just want to convey only one thought - war is very bad. Both for the winners and for the vanquished. It is grief and emptiness. And as it was, who is to blame and who is not, it is not for us to judge. We were not there, and the dead themselves will figure it out. Our business is to prevent this from happening. And do not become like that.
      That's it.
      1. Aleksander
        Aleksander 10 February 2016 17: 20 New
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        Quote: otto meer
        And as it was, who is to blame and who is not, it’s not for us to judge


        How is it not for us to judge? How else is it to judge what nonsense ?! War GERMANS started- Yes, yes, it was ordinary Germans-Hans, Fredericks, Maurice who pushed us and with their simple hands did atrocities and murders, not Hitler, and no one forced them, everything was voluntary. No SS could destroy 17 million peaceful Soviet citizens, only millions of Wehrmacht soldiers could do it, and they did it. They, simple chances, instantly corrupted the lives of hundreds of millions of people — for decades to come — and there is no forgiveness for them, they were condemned then, we condemn now, and their descendants have been cursed by hundreds of millions of people for a very, very long time.
        Quote: otto meer
        And his mother Helma was left completely alone. No children, no husband, no money - nothing. All gobbled up by the war. And now the question is - do you think that removing it from the last shirt and putting it in the cold would be right?

        This was THEIR CHOICE-they (including Helm) wanted to kill others, but it didn’t work out — they killed themselves (and how many did they manage to kill ?!). It’s impossible, of course, to take her shirt off, and it’s impossible to drive it out in the cold, but to dismantle in Germany and other Romania as many houses, schools, roads, etc., as they destroyed with us and to force them to be re-mounted with us, it was necessary . And the values ​​to take away, for the families of the fathers, husbands and brothers killed by them. And the fact that they would live poorly and miserably was their choice! But they regretted it due to our ....
        1. Black Colonel
          Black Colonel 10 February 2016 18: 43 New
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          "... Germany and other Romania ..."
          You forgot Hungary, Austria and Italy to indicate.
      2. Aleksander
        Aleksander 10 February 2016 17: 20 New
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        Quote: otto meer
        And as it was, who is to blame and who is not, it’s not for us to judge


        How is it not for us to judge? How else is it to judge what nonsense ?! War GERMANS started- Yes, yes, it was ordinary Germans-Hans, Fredericks, Maurice who pushed us and with their simple hands did atrocities and murders, not Hitler, and no one forced them, everything was voluntary. No SS could destroy 17 million peaceful Soviet citizens, only millions of Wehrmacht soldiers could do it, and they did it. They, simple chances, instantly corrupted the lives of hundreds of millions of people — for decades to come — and there is no forgiveness for them, they were condemned then, we condemn now, and their descendants have been cursed by hundreds of millions of people for a very, very long time.
        Quote: otto meer
        And his mother Helma was left completely alone. No children, no husband, no money - nothing. All gobbled up by the war. And now the question is - do you think that removing it from the last shirt and putting it in the cold would be right?

        This was THEIR CHOICE-they (including Helm) wanted to kill others, but it didn’t work out — they killed themselves (and how many did they manage to kill ?!). It’s impossible, of course, to take her shirt off, and it’s impossible to drive it out in the cold, but to dismantle in Germany and other Romania as many houses, schools, roads, etc., as they destroyed with us and to force them to be re-mounted with us, it was necessary . And the values ​​to take away, for the families of the fathers, husbands and brothers killed by them. And the fact that they would live poorly and miserably was their choice! But they regretted it due to our ....
      3. SevaNikolaev
        SevaNikolaev 10 February 2016 20: 53 New
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        Father and three older brothers perished on the eastern front (yes they were in the Wehrmacht, but I hope their honor was not tarnished)

        yes, others burned the villages and they quietly smoked on the side ...... otherwise I agree with you about the war, because when I see the camouflaged invaders I think in vain how much blood there is on their hands of civilians.
        1. otto meer
          otto meer 10 February 2016 21: 58 New
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          Quote: SevaNikolaev
          Yes, others burned the villages and they quietly smoked aside ......

          Do you have accurate data about them? I think no. As well as I do not have accurate data that they did not do this (only hope). Therefore, I consider any argument on this subject pure verbal casuistry and do not intend to join it.
          Quote: SevaNikolaev
          How is it not for us to judge?
          That's how. Not for you and not for me. You were burned in the sheds of Belarusian villages, you were drowned in hospital ships near Sevastopol, were you doomed to starvation as babies by taking away the last milk cow? Have you had your frostbitten legs amputated near Moscow? You were shaking with animal horror to the accompaniment of "Stalin's Organ"? You were rolled into the ground 34? AND? Here's that too. Only those who passed it can judge. The living and the dead. Ours and theirs. And we do not have such rights, we can only remember. With pain and pride. And believe me, the "skating rink of war" also rolled over my family.
          Quote: Aleksander
          It was THEIR CHOICE — they (including Helm) wanted to kill others, but it didn’t work — they killed them
          You are out of your mind. Wife, mother of four children, wanted to kill someone ?! What could she choose? The death of his whole family? Just as my father wanted / chosen so that his 18-year-old son would get to Chechnya and return from there not quite healthy? Who asked him that?
  12. Voice of the Mind
    Voice of the Mind 10 February 2016 16: 31 New
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    From the minutes of the interrogation by the British of the commandant of the camp Bergen-Belsen, Joseph Kramer:
    “The camp functioned more or less normally until your troops crossed the Rhine. There was running water, regular meals ... I could not do anything else, I tried only to distribute the foodstuffs that came to me for the camp as best as possible. But suddenly they started sending me vehicles with new prisoners from all over Germany.
    In such a situation, it was impossible to remain the master of the situation. I required more staff and more food. They answered me that this was impossible, so I had to do with what I had. In addition, the Allies bombed a power plant that pumped water. Food transport did not enter the camp anymore due to the Allied bombing. We have completely lost control over the situation ... Over the past six weeks I have not received any help at all. We didn’t have enough people to bury the dead ... I tried to get medicine and food for prisoners, but in vain. ”
    Joseph Kramer made no attempt to escape captivity, but remained to wait for the British to transfer the camp to them, as it should be.
    Allies in the press called him "the beast from Belsen" and hanged him after the show.
    1. gendir.grifon
      gendir.grifon 10 February 2016 20: 34 New
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      I really want to cry because of how this honest Aryan tried to alleviate the fate of subhuman people. He did not succeed, but he was so tense.
  13. King, just king
    King, just king 10 February 2016 16: 39 New
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    Quote: otto meer
    I am not looking for approval, sympathy, or even less pity. I just want to convey only one thought - war is very bad.


    Yes, war is bad. But who started the TU war, the Great Patriotic War? He poured blood half the world. G-E-R-M-A-N-I-I, to say 3 Reich and her m..b their allies. And in principle, as a result of the war, I got off pretty cheaply.

    Woe to the vanquished!

    They didn’t tarnish their honor ... Yes, yes, the diabolical SS, and the Wehrmacht-Luftwaffe-Kriegsmarine knights ... We heard. The theme is famous.

    Helma? Did you receive Helm's packages from the USSR? Zigovala? Heil ... screaming?

    Woe to the vanquished!
    1. swag
      swag 10 February 2016 18: 23 New
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      And even letters. The Germans write: look in Russia for a place under the estate. And the Ostarbeiters who worked for such Germans while their husbands were killing on the Eastern Front.
    2. otto meer
      otto meer 10 February 2016 22: 11 New
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      Quote: King, just king
      They didn’t tarnish their honor ... Yes, yes, the diabolical SS, and the Wehrmacht-Luftwaffe-Kriegsmarine knights ... We heard. The theme is famous.

      Quote: otto meer
      Do you have accurate data about them? I think no. As well as I do not have accurate data that they did not do this (only hope). Therefore, I consider any argument on this subject pure verbal casuistry and do not intend to join it.

      Quote: King, just king
      Helma? Did you receive Helm's packages from the USSR?
      No.
      Quote: King, just king
      Zigovala? Heil ... screaming?
      I think yes.
      You understand, I don’t stand up for the freak Germans who did such things here (as in the photo). I’m trying to convey that it’s not possible to fit all into one comb. This is all very complicated, very individual. Not all Germans are such flayers and scum. Even those who served in the Wehrmacht and in the Luftwaffe and the Kriegsmarin, and even in the SS. Among my colleagues there were characters who had cut off their ears with dead, dying, and alive, which, of course, Czechs. Ur.ods? It seems so. But I cannot judge them.
      1. Russiamoy
        Russiamoy 10 February 2016 22: 47 New
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        Somewhere you are right. Especially after reading Remarque, the spark of life on the western front is unchanged. You can’t understand everyone under one comb.
  14. gendir.grifon
    gendir.grifon 10 February 2016 20: 32 New
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    These are they civilized, cultured Germans ... Amerikosy and other gayropeytsy are the same. And these people consider us Russians as barbarians.
  15. APASUS
    APASUS 10 February 2016 22: 08 New
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    How the world has changed in some 70 years and what was considered fascism .......... now it’s almost normal. In the Baltic countries, they march vigorously under the banners of the national divisions of the SS, Bandera is the Hero of Ukraine. In political circles of the West, there is a massive comparison Fascist Germany and the Communist USSR.
    Not only will modern morals lead mankind to degeneration, but the political system is doing everything to unleash a global conflict.
    It seems that humanity is doomed and not a meteorite will destroy it ...............
  16. Litsvin
    Litsvin 10 February 2016 22: 10 New
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    It is better not to publish creepy photos. The site is viewed by teenagers with an unformed psyche. It is better to "dismantle" some of the scariest photos.
    1. Russiamoy
      Russiamoy 10 February 2016 22: 50 New
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      Creepy photos on YouTube where teenagers fight from idleness to the blood. And this is also ordinary fascism and wait and see. And other hard and truthful evidence of the inhumanity of fascism to the same with the translation in all European countries.
      1. Litsvin
        Litsvin 11 February 2016 13: 42 New
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        How old are you? A photo in YouTube is horror stories for you ??? I am very surprised. In my opinion, photos from YouTube compared to such photos from concentration camps are miserable comics.
    2. APASUS
      APASUS 11 February 2016 17: 57 New
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      Quote: Litsvin
      It is better not to publish creepy photos. The site is viewed by teenagers with an unformed psyche. It is better to "dismantle" some of the scariest photos.

      Teenagers need to know what the word fascism means!