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April 11 celebrates the International Day for the liberation of prisoners of Nazi concentration camps

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History humanity keeps many mournful dates and horrific acts, many of which occurred in the twentieth century, which held together two world wars. One of the worst pages of human history has become the history of the fascist concentration camps. It is not for nothing that the concentration camps received the name of the death camps, from 1933 to 1945 a year passed through them 20 million people from 30 countries of the world, of which about 12 million died, with every fifth prisoner being a child. For our country, this is a special date, since about 5 millions of dead were citizens of the USSR.


In memory of the victims and survivors of 11 every year around April, the International Day for the liberation of prisoners of fascist concentration camps is celebrated around the world. This date was chosen and approved by the UN is not accidental. It was established in memory of the international uprising of prisoners of the Buchenwald concentration camp, which took place on 11 on April 1945. The international tribunal in Nuremberg in 1946 recognized that the imprisonment of peaceful citizens of foreign countries, as well as the use of their labor in the interests of Germany, was not only a war crime of the Hitler regime, but also a crime against humanity. Unbearable slave labor, terrible conditions of detention, beatings and harassment by the guards, the failure to provide medical assistance had a most negative effect on the health, longevity and psycho-emotional state of the victims of Nazism.

Concentration camps are places where large masses of people are detained on political, racial, social, religious, or other grounds. In total, over 14 thousands of concentration camps, prisons and ghettos operated in Germany and the countries occupied by it. Practical and disciplined Germans used these qualities for the most terrifying purposes, creating death conveyors that worked like clocks. As recognized by the SS men, every prisoner whose life expectancy at concentration camps was less than a year brought the X-NUMX reich marks of net profit to the Nazi regime. For Nazi Germany, concentration camps were not only a method of intimidation, a measure of dominance, material for various studies and suppliers of free labor, but also an item of income. In the processing and production purposes were the most terrible components: hair, leather, clothing, jewels of slain prisoners, up to gold crowns with teeth.

Main gate of the Birkenau camp (Auschwitz-2)


The first concentration camp was established in Germany in March 1933, in Dachau. By the beginning of the Second World War, there were already approximately 300 thousands of German, Austrian and Czech anti-fascists in concentration camps and prisons in Germany. In subsequent years, Hitler's Germany created in the occupied European countries a giant network of concentration camps, which were turned into places for the organized systematic killing of millions of people.

Among the world famous death camps of Hitler's Germany today, in which tens and hundreds of thousands of prisoners were held and died, Auschwitz (Auschwitz) - 4 million prisoners, Majdanek - 1,38 million prisoners, Mauthausen - 122 thousand prisoners, Sachsenhausen - 100 thousand prisoners, Ravensbrück, thousands of prisoners, Ravensbrück 92,7 thousands of prisoners, Treblinka - 80 thousands of prisoners, Stutthof - 80 thousands of prisoners. The number of children under the age of 14 in these concentration camps was 12-15%. Tens of thousands of victims included the concentration camps that were created by the Nazis on the territory of the USSR - Salaspils, Alytus, Ozarichi, 9-th fort of Kaunas. The design destruction capacity in only one Auschwitz concentration camp was up to 30 thousands of people per day.

One of the largest Nazi concentration camps was Buchenwald, which began its work on 19 on July 1937, near the German city of Weimar. By 1945, this camp already had 66 branches and external work teams. The largest of these were “Dora” (near the city of Nordhausen, Germany), “Laura” (near the city of Saalfeld, Germany) and “Ordruf” (in Thuringia, Germany). Over the years, the camp from 1937 to 1945 passed through it approximately 239 thousands of prisoners. Initially, these were German political prisoners, but later during the Second World War there were representatives of very different nationalities. In the Buchenwald camp, prisoners were subjected to various criminal medical experiments, the prisoners were exploited by the owners of many large industrial enterprises. A total of more than 56 thousands of 18 nationalities, including 19 thousands of Soviet prisoners of war, were destroyed in Buchenwald.

Prisoners of Buchenwald freed


Especially many prisoners died in a branch of the camp called "Dora", here in the underground rooms and workshops produced shells "Fau". The camp was located near the town of Nordhausen. According to the plans of the Nazis, not one of his prisoners, who was engaged in the construction of a secret underground factory, and then worked in his workshops, should not have come to the surface alive. All of them were considered carriers of state secrets and were included in special lists of the main department of the SS imperial security. When the company earned ground, two conveyors operated on it at once: shells landed from one, and several trucks took the bodies of prisoners off the other every day, which were then burned at the Buchenwald crematorium.

11 April 1945 prisoners of Buchenwald, who learned about the approach to the camp of the Allied forces, organized a successful uprising, disarming and capturing about 200 camp guards and taking over the concentration camp in their hands. April 13 American troops entered the camp, it was the first Nazi concentration camp, liberated by the Americans. 16 April 1945 of the year on the orders of the American camp commandant brought 1000 residents to Weimar to see for themselves the atrocities of the Nazis. The prisoners of Buchenwald who carried out a successful uprising saved themselves from destruction, since the day before the Hitlerite authorities had already ordered the physical extermination of all remaining prisoners in the camp.

On January 27, 1945, the Red Army liberated the first and largest of the Nazi concentration camps Auschwitz (Auschwitz-Birkenau), which was located 70 kilometers from the Polish city of Krakow. About 1941 1945 1 people (estimates vary from 300 to 000 million people), of whom 1,1 1,6 1 were Jews, were killed in this place of evil and inhumanity from 000 to 000. In the camp, already in 1947, a museum complex was opened, which today is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. It was in the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1943 that the prisoner's arm number was introduced. For small children and babies, individual numbers are pricked at the hip. According to the information of the State Museum of Auschwitz, this concentration camp was the only Hitlerite camp in which the prisoners were tattooed with personal numbers.

Storefronts with shoes taken from Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners


One of the worst pages in the history of Auschwitz became medical experiments that were conducted by SS doctors, including on children. For example, Professor Karl Klauberg with the aim of developing a rapid method of biological destruction of the Slavs conducted experiments on sterilization on Jews in the housing number XXUMX. And Dr. Josef Mengele in the framework of anthropological and genetic experiments carried out experiments on children with physical disabilities and twin children. In addition, in Auschwitz various experiments were carried out with the use of new drugs and drugs on prisoners, various toxic substances were rubbed into the prisoners' epithelium, skin grafts and other experiments were carried out.

Soldiers of the Red Army liberated Auschwitz and found in German warehouses about 7 thousand kilograms of prisoners' hair that were packed in bags were unburned. These were the remnants that the camp authorities did not have time to sell or send to the factories. The analysis, which was later carried out at the Institute of Forensic Examination, showed that there were traces of hydrocyanic acid on the hair - a toxic component that was included in the composition of the Cyclone B gas. German firms made tailoring sorter from human hair of prisoners of concentration camps.

Alexander Urban, deputy chairman of the Russian Union of Former Minor Fascist Prisoners, noted that every fifth of the 6 millions of Soviet citizens who had passed through the fascist concentration camps was then still a child. At present, the minor prisoners of fascism are already elderly people, the youngest of whom have passed for 70 years, with each passing year they are getting smaller. According to experts, at 2013 a year in the territory of Russia there were about 200 thousands of representatives of this category of citizens, almost 80 thousands of them were disabled.

The bodies of the dead prisoners are heaped against the wall of the crematorium in the German concentration camp "Dachau"


The International Day for the Liberation of Prisoners of Fascist Concentration Camps is celebrated around the world with commemorative events, commemoration of dead citizens and worship of their memory, laying flowers at mass graves and the graves of victims of fascism. Many years have passed since the end of the Second World War, it seems that it was already a very long time ago. But not for prisoners who personally passed through the horrors of fascist torture chambers. The biography of these people - these are the real lessons of courage for the younger generation. Save the memory of them the sacred duty of each. Just keeping the memory of those terrible events and paying tribute to the people who died and survived in that hell, one can hope that this will never happen again in human history.

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  1. parusnik
    parusnik April 11 2016 06: 12 New
    +7
    this will never happen again in human history. However, it is repeated ...
    1. Finches
      Finches April 11 2016 06: 27 New
      17
      Here are some comrades in Poland who forgot who turned off the stoves in Auschwitz ... and this, unfortunately, is a step back to the switch, turning on the stoves ...! But why should the sinners wander on Polish gentlemen, even here in Russia? narrow-minded scumbags drooling on the swastika! Here they must be forcibly collected in wagons and taken to these camps for brainwashing, until they have bred their own kind!
    2. hedgehog in the fog
      hedgehog in the fog April 11 2016 06: 28 New
      +2
      Europe cynically forgets history, but time will put everything in its place.
    3. siberalt
      siberalt April 11 2016 09: 02 New
      +1
      A very inconvenient day for neo-fascists. That is why it is not announced by those countries where the concentration camps were located. It looks like one more anti-fascist "vaccination" is required. am
    4. Max_Bauder
      Max_Bauder April 11 2016 09: 25 New
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      I watched the end of the film "Schindler's List", it was a shame when they showed that the Soviet soldier came as if to the ready - he rode one on a horse, and there are Jews, in Auschwitz on the railroad, unprotected by anyone, the Germans left long ago, they were talked away by a certain Schindler so that they do not shoot his workers and he dumped, and the warrior simply told them - you are free, the red army has come here. Although in fact how many Soviet soldiers died trying to recapture this Auschwitz from the Germans, and no one then gave the order to the Soviet general to take this site, he himself decided to save these unfortunate Jews, and precisely because the Red Army was walking, the Germans left, and not voluntarily, and in this film they did not even begin to show it, but do hints. Ungrateful Poles and other Jews who made this film.
        1. Foofighter
          Foofighter April 11 2016 12: 50 New
          0
          the professor is in a frenzy today ... starting right from the first words
          it is clear that it is not worth gratitude
        2. Max_Bauder
          Max_Bauder April 11 2016 15: 41 New
          +5
          Why am I ignorant and what have I written so that your link to the document exposes with this phrase?

          Quote: Professor
          "The camp administration and guards fled to Germany."


          that the Germans fled because the Soviet troops drove them? what really were fights and didn’t come with anyone without fighting? yourself, at least read one of the documents, for example, a military journal
          http://mil.ru/winner_may/parad/his_docs/[email protected]

          P.S. in the Western film, it never talks about the contribution of Soviet soldiers to the victory over the Nazis; moreover, it is not valued adequately even now. Last year, the Poles invited Putin? as the leader of the country that freed them from what the Germans did to them there in the camp? no, on the contrary was the one whose country was guilty of this, that's why they were ungrateful! like the very Bulgarians who invited the Turk to celebrate their independence from them, here's a laugh :)
          1. Professor
            Professor April 11 2016 15: 55 New
            -1
            Quote: Max_Bauder
            Why am I ignorant and what have I written so that your link to the document exposes with this phrase?

            It reads:
            Quote: Max_Bauder
            as if to the ready — one rode on a horse, and there the Jews are sitting, in Auschwitz on the railway, unprotected by anyone, the Germans left long ago, a certain Schindler talked to them so that they would not shoot his workers and dumped him, and the warrior simply told them - you free, the red army came here

            By the time of the release of the prisoners, there was no longer any protection or administration. This is exactly what is shown in the film.

            Quote: Max_Bauder
            that the Germans fled because the Soviet troops drove them? what really were fights and didn’t come with anyone without fighting? yourself, at least read one of the documents, for example, a military journal
            http://mil.ru/winner_may/parad/his_docs/[email protected]

            I'm glad I forced you to work with documents. Looks not all is lost.

            Quote: Max_Bauder
            P.S. in the Western film, it never talks about the contribution of Soviet soldiers to the victory over the Nazis; moreover, it is not valued adequately even now.

            In the movie you are describing, it is a Soviet soldier, not an American, that is shown.
            1. Fitter65
              Fitter65 April 12 2016 01: 32 New
              0
              So that's exactly what the SOVIET SOLDIER ... And everyone interprets this because of their education and illiteracy ...
              1. Foofighter
                Foofighter April 12 2016 02: 11 New
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                Before that, much has been shown and told that "the Americans are coming" and that the "Americans are bombing" is clearly in the plural, and not on horseback.
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          2. Rumata
            Rumata April 12 2016 15: 35 New
            -1
            In Soviet and Russian films, too, you rarely see at least some mention of an ally. There was no battle for the Atlantic as it were, like the northern convoys with Normandy. There is nothing to be done
        3. Finches
          Finches April 11 2016 21: 19 New
          +1
          Jews do not like Russians, a little less than Arabs, until the Russians begin to pull them out of the oven, but when they are pulled out, they again do not like Russians ... Only the very moment of pulling out causes a feeling of gratitude in their hearts, but this moment is very small ...! laughing
      1. Fitter65
        Fitter65 April 11 2016 11: 17 New
        -2
        You please carefully watch the whole film. Especially the moment when a Polish girl shouts to the Jews who are being driven to the camp - GO OUT !!. Well, or that moment when the boy runs a hand through his throat demonstrating what will happen to them in Auschwitz. And the Soviet soldier at the end ... You know, you need to watch and listen carefully, he was asked whether he was in Poland and whether the Jews stayed there. What he told the prisoners at the end there seems to be not a big town, a hint that Oscar Schindler saved the life of the population of a small town.
  2. lwxx
    lwxx April 11 2016 06: 20 New
    +7
    The first thing the Americans did after the liberation of the camp was an order to disarm the rebels, only the Russian battalion V. Logunova didn’t surrender weapons. And they did it right, then to prove the uprising would be problematic. The Russian battalion still existed for a certain time.
    1. Foofighter
      Foofighter April 11 2016 12: 55 New
      +1
      and shut up the wall
  3. Same lech
    Same lech April 11 2016 06: 34 New
    +1
    David Shmulevsky photographed the work of the Einsatz team after the destruction of a group of people in the gas chamber of a famous concentration camp ...
    triple lucky that the Fritz did not catch when photographing and taking out the film from the territory of the concentration camp.
    A total of 3-4 snmmka was made.
  4. nemec55
    nemec55 April 11 2016 06: 35 New
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    April 11 celebrates the International Day for the liberation of prisoners of Nazi concentration camps

    I remember how in childhood it was written in black on a calendar sheet and I have a birthday and it became sad somehow.
    In the morning I get up I open VO and bam those same rake.
  5. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich April 11 2016 06: 36 New
    +7
    Poles all on an excursion to the camps ... I was in Sachsenhaus in the 81st week I did not sleep well then.
    1. Fitter65
      Fitter65 April 11 2016 11: 22 New
      0
      I in 1987 on excursions to Auschwitz-1 day is still creepy.
  6. strelets
    strelets April 11 2016 06: 43 New
    +3
    Horrible numbers. You can’t forget about this. Europeans need to be taken to such museums every year.
  7. Zomanus
    Zomanus April 11 2016 07: 15 New
    +4
    They will again talk about Ukrainians and the Ukrainian Front,
    who freed the prisoners in the concentration camp.
    Well, if the article, then Europe in general do not care.
    If not for the USSR, everyone would have peacefully forgotten everything.
    And it will be repeated as easily.
  8. Tatar 174
    Tatar 174 April 11 2016 07: 45 New
    +4
    Someone died in the death camps of the Nazis, and someone was "lucky" to return home. I remember in my childhood one such person, we were neighbors and lived in neighboring apartments, kept away from everyone all the time, hardly talked to anyone, was always closed and I don’t remember him smiling or laughing. How many of our people suffered from the war, in captivity and at home, then and the rest of their lives suffered from the consequences, it's just horror. God forbid this again to anyone.
  9. Tired
    Tired April 11 2016 07: 52 New
    +7
    It is necessary to remember these crimes against our people. But, you also need to understand that this is not the practice of the Nazis alone, this is a pan-European colonial practice. In America, Asia and Africa, entire nations have been subjected to the same or similar methods of genocide in order to successfully colonize territories. The Nazis are only a special case of colonial politics common to all European powers. It’s just that the Russians for Europeans are the same blacks as, for example, the inhabitants of the Congo, who were plagued by the Belgian colonialists. Those Danes with the Norwegians did not even notice that they were occupied.
  10. thinker
    thinker April 11 2016 08: 32 New
    +8
    Magomaev “Buchenwald Alarm” words - A. V. Sobolev, music - V. I. Muradeli.
  11. Pitot
    Pitot April 11 2016 08: 38 New
    +7
    I wonder why our witty historians do not say a word about the prisoners of Russia during the intervention in 1918-1920? Why are we still cursing the political image of the enemy in the person of German National Socialism, but specifically on the basis of nationality, are we silent? Because there was no political coloring yet? Where are the English nits, who committed atrocities in the north (camps), and in Transcaucasia they provoked the Basmachi? In the Far East, the smelly yellow-bellies performed atrocities in general that did not fit into any framework. They again need a second treatment with the "Fat Man", otherwise they began to remember the amaterasu again, they began to stir. The Merikanos were also noted not poorly, both in the north and in the Far East. We also need to remind the Indians, to charge the Canadians in a nickle, also to remind them. And what about Serbs, Finns, Romanians, Greeks, Italians? All these nits were noted for their "exploits" during the intervention in Russia. This is who should be cursed and reminded, regularly, with bloodletting. For German National Socialism got its own. Until now, Germany hiccups payments. And these nits somehow slipped under the guise. Why don't our stinking liberal historians shout about them? Another component of the fifth column?
    1. Glaaki
      Glaaki April 11 2016 12: 11 New
      +1
      Quote: Pitot
      And the Serbs, Finns, Romanians, Greeks, Italians?


      But ... But ... Serbs are brothers ...
    2. sherp2015
      sherp2015 April 11 2016 16: 28 New
      +1
      Quote: Pitot
      . And the Serbs, Finns, Romanians, Greeks, Italians?


      What about the Serbs?
      Do not confuse with Croats Ustashi and beasts Bosnykh
  12. Ramzes33
    Ramzes33 April 11 2016 08: 40 New
    0
    Before the Nazis, the practice of concentration camps used the British colonialists in Africa. History must be remembered and honored by the dead.
  13. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 April 11 2016 08: 47 New
    -5
    The history of mankind contains many mournful dates and terrifying acts, many of which occurred in the XNUMXth century, which immediately included two world wars.

    But why is there still no date in memory of the victims of the Red Terror in Russia ?!
    "The era of the romantic red terror", as the present rootless cosmopolitans admire and nostalgically call the extermination of the Russian people under the leadership of the Russophobes Lenin (Blank) -Trotsky-Sverdlov-Dzerzhinsky in the first decade of Soviet power.
  14. aszzz888
    aszzz888 April 11 2016 09: 37 New
    0
    Will they remember in Poland? Or there everything was already overshadowed in the eyes of the new non-directors.
  15. RUSIVAN
    RUSIVAN April 11 2016 10: 17 New
    0
    April 11 celebrates the International Day for the liberation of prisoners of Nazi concentration camps
    Logically, Ukraine celebrates the day of the overseer of fascist concentration camps ... traitors
  16. Nikita Gromov
    Nikita Gromov April 11 2016 10: 26 New
    -9
    Lochokost and nothing more. Fools, believe Zionist propaganda, each time less and less.
    1. Fitter65
      Fitter65 April 11 2016 11: 26 New
      +2
      Quote: Nikita Gromov
      Lochokost and nothing more. Fools, believe Zionist propaganda, each time less and less.

      I feel sorry for you if you write it out of ignorance or thoughtlessness.
  17. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn April 11 2016 11: 38 New
    +1
    What does not it remind?
    Acting Defense Minister of Ukraine Mykhailo Koval said that "special filtration measures" would be applied to the inhabitants of the South-East, as a result of which people would be resettled in different regions.

    He made such a statement at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on Wednesday, June 11.

    The Minister emphasized that among people (including women) will be identified those who are associated with the separatists and who have committed crimes on
    territory of Ukraine.

    Well, here is the second Auschwitz on the way ...

    And now more specifically.

    "Nikolaev region. Voznesensky district. Not far from the village of Martynovka. Former military unit.

    The customer of the object of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
    The project is in English.
    Build Turks (only workers Ukrainians).
    EU money comes directly. Lack of money in the budget does not concern them.
    Pay in cash. The facility was originally preparing for delivery in the spring of 2015 of the year.
    Now the deadlines are set for May 2014.

    On the photo of the building and the territory of the "sump".
    When I saw your message about Zhdanovka, goose bumps ran ... "


    http://dosie.su/novosti/19974-v-ukraine-stroyat-filtracionnye-lagerya-dlya-zhite

    ley-yugo-vostoka-video.html
  18. SokolfromRussia
    SokolfromRussia April 11 2016 13: 06 New
    +4
    I would have remembered the Croatian Jasenovac. Where more 700 000 Serbs, Jews and Gypsies were killed.
    And the other camps at the Croats was full.
    https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Список_концлагерей_Независимого_Государства_Хорват
    and I
  19. Zeeke
    Zeeke April 11 2016 16: 22 New
    0
    There is no forgiveness for the mockery of the Nazis over people!
  20. Avantageur
    Avantageur April 11 2016 20: 48 New
    +1
    April 11 celebrates the International Day for the liberation of prisoners of Nazi concentration camps

    On the day when the former prisoners of fascist concentration camps, in a silent and mournful procession, lay flowers at an unknown monument to the liberators from the slave, leading to death, oppression ... Somewhere where requests for mercy are scattered with a receding echo ... There where they got used to, the fourth Geneva convention and its annexes ... Where the Zionist police torture is officially legalized ... There, in the godforsaken hole "Al-Naqab", the population stolen from the occupied territories, Palestinian innocent prisoners - of Jewish prisons , still hope ... About your own, small and independent state, under this peaceful and blue sky ...


  21. Paul 48
    Paul 48 April 11 2016 22: 31 New
    -1
    Did the Nazis have camps at all? The fascist party is Mussolini! Italy! And nonhumans had a National Socialist Party! And generally illiteracy zadolbala !!!!! We were not the first to be attacked by the Nazis! With the Reich, yes! And there were many Romanians. Rename the heresy in the title !!!!!!! - Nazi camps! Eternal memory to all the dead!
  22. Warrior2015
    Warrior2015 April 11 2016 22: 59 New
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    Quote: parusnik
    However, it is repeated ...

    People in general are very evil and cruel creatures ... But at least the scale is not the same! and one thing is good!

    Quote: The same LYOKHA
    David Shmulevsky photographed the work of the Einsatz team after the destruction of a group of people in the gas chamber of a famous concentration camp ...

    Hmm, what about the searches, or they didn’t specifically conduct it in his hut, because he was an official photojournalist at the camp commandant? or did he have special espionage equipment that appeared years 20 after 1945?

    Or do you seriously think that in the camp there wouldn’t be a scammer who, for the issuance of a camera (!!!!!!!!), for which a prisoner (!!!!!!) photographs a sensitive object (!!!!), doesn’t would get freedom?

    Quote: Tired
    . But, you also need to understand that this is not the practice of the Nazis alone, this is a pan-European colonial practice. In America, Asia and Africa, entire nations have been subjected to the same or similar methods of genocide in order to successfully colonize territories.
    Well, comrade, (comfortably sitting on the couch) give examples, and I will listen to your polymers, because in most cases this is false and there are no examples like the Nazis did!

    Quote: Ramzes33
    Before the Nazis, the practice of concentration camps used the British colonialists in Africa.
    By the way, against the white population of German and French descent. And also then the Kaiser Germans in the suppression of uprisings in Tanzania and Namibia. And then the Bolsheviks, creating the world's largest network of concentration camps. And only then the Nazis ... they had someone to learn from ... teachers were like dirt and everything was like picking ...

    Quote: Paul 48
    Did the Nazis have camps at all?
    By the way, yes, I don't know something about the concentration camps of the Italian fascists. Really not? Oh, yes, I know the reason, "they didn't have Siberia." bully

    Quote: Professor
    Now they will tell us that no one killed the Jews and no one put medical experiments on Soviet prisoners of war,
    Professor, you know that I am not at all a Jew, but rather a Jew, and I respect you personally, but admit that there are too many different inconsistencies in the evidence of the Holocaust? well too much?

    Quote: Avantageur
    Palestinian innocent prisoners of Jewish prisons, still hoping ... About their own, small and independent state, under this peaceful and blue sky ...
    Already a tear has come! crying Can’t you imagine a list of innocent Palestinian prisoners? I know a little of the question and I know that there is a great shortage of innocent Palestinians in Israeli prisons. Very strong. About the same as in Russian prisons with innocent Chechen terrorists.
  23. Fitter65
    Fitter65 April 12 2016 02: 47 New
    0
    Quote: Warrior2015
    And then the Bolsheviks, creating the world's largest network of concentration camps. And only then the Nazis ... they had someone to learn from ... teachers were like dirt and everything was like picking ...

    Well, name at least one of the concentration camps from the largest network created by the Bolsheviks. Again, if you read your statement like that the Germans and there is nothing to judge. In Soviet or as you write in Bolshevik labor camps, people were sentenced by a court, fair whether or not this is a topic for another discussion, for a certain period. Descriptions of conditions from Solzhenitsyn, Shalamov and others like them are not accepted as evidence. Well, how many people were sent to German concentration camps according to the sentence and for how long, and those criminals who got there of course give a certain But again, in the "Soviet concentration camps" for some reason, there were no crematoria, no gas chambers, no warehouses for processing things taken from prisoners ...
    Quote: Warrior2015
    By the way, yes, I don't know something about the concentration camps of the Italian fascists. Really not? Oh, yes, I know the reason, "they didn't have Siberia."

    But can you tell me where Fyodor Poletaev came from in fascist Italy? He fought in one of the detachments of Italian partisans. Moreover, he was not alone. Or did he just go on a tourist trip and decide to help people oppressed by the capitalists? ended up with the Germans in Italy? And, as he was shell-shocked, he was captured, and the Germans, so that he would recover sooner, sent him for treatment to sunny Italy.
    Was or not the Holocaust, it’s not for us to judge who prevented the USSR from introducing the day of the victims of German or Nazi genocide, or what would they call it differently? The answer is political correctness, because we blamed the Germans for the genocide and also blotted our allies from the German Democratic Republic, Well, about the Lithuanian, Estonian Latvian SS men and Ukrainian nationalists and other henchmen, it wasn’t customary to remember ... But you just think about it without thinking about the nationalities of those who died in these concentration camps. PEOPLE, simple people, citizens of Poland, the USSR, The Czech Republic, Norway and other countries are ordinary people who lived their own lives, raised children, dreamed of the future. And then a German soldier (or his assistants from the local ones) came and chased people behind the barbed wire of adults, children, old people, women. no charges, without trial or investigation, drove them to Babi Yar or Bagerovsky rov.ko in gas chambers and crematoriums of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, in underground workshops, mines and quarries ... Just because they are not Germans ... You’re just thinking It’s like that out of 100 people 12-15 were children. CHILDREN !!! Jews are also among the Soviet citizens who died at the hands of Germans (residents of Prussia, Bavaria, Saxony Silesia, Pomerania). Just in Soviet times, and now, no one separates them from the citizens of that big country, they were Soviet citizens ordinary people, those who suffered martyrdom in GERMAN concentration camps !!!! Eternal memory to them !!!!
  24. Warrior2015
    Warrior2015 April 12 2016 11: 18 New
    0
    Quote: Fitter65
    In Soviet or, as you write in Bolshevik forced labor camps, people were sentenced by a court of law, whether it was fair or not is the topic of another discussion, for a certain period of time.
    I will reveal a small "secret of the Opening" - in the Nazi concentration camps, everyone was also imprisoned "by the verdict of the court, fair or not." You see, the Germans are like that, they love order. I will say more - the German comrades SPECIALLY communicated with the NKVD bodies on the topic "how we can better equip the system of concentration camps" and even exchanged visits to exchange experience! (Well, with whom was it to exchange experience? After all, in the 30s, only the USSR had a functioning concentration camp system!)

    Quote: Fitter65
    Explain to me ignorant how a Soviet soldier captured by the Germans ended up in Italy?
    By the way, I asked - were the concentration camps of the Italian fascists or not? I just don't know such people, and I ask - enlighten me! - and yet I know that some Italian Jews were members of the Fascist Party in the early period, supported Mussolini and even were veterans of the March on Rome in 1922.

    As I understand it, for about 18 years, Italian fascism quite liberally and correctly built relations with the Jews, and only after Hitler's pressure did Mussolini publish the Manifesto on Race - already in 1938! - and gradually began to carry out restrictive measures against the Jewish part of Italian society.

    And you again - with the Germans in Italy, captured by the Germans ... So to the Germans or to Italians? and not in the German occupation zone in 43-45, but a purely Italian fascist concentration camp?

    and where was the largest fascist concentration camp in Italy? I would, if I were again in Italy, traveled, bowed to the ashes of the victims ... Otherwise, it is worth going to the northern territories in my region - almost every abandoned country road leads to the ruins of the Soviet concentration camp during the period when Stalin was in power. ..

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    Was or not the Holocaust not for us to judge
    In fact, the world community has quite so recognized this fact. I will say more - in many countries criminal liability has been introduced for Holocaust denial! Are you by any chance a negator?

    There are simply some controversial points that even some Jewish Holocaust researchers refuse. For example, it used to be thought that Germans everywhere made soap from the corpses of Jews, and even in a number of centers dedicated to the memory of the victims of Nazism, this soap was exhibited. As it turned out (including chemical analysis), this is not true.

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    Just in Soviet times, and now, no one separates them from the citizens of that big country
    Well, I don’t know, it seems to separate. The Jews who survived the Holocaust, or their descendants, have very large preferences in Germany, special payments, etc.

    And it seems that even simple prisoners of German concentration camps from the former USSR do not make any payments, not to mention the provision of preferential citizenship of Germany, German special pensions, etc.

    Apparently some kind of difference in the depth of suffering is still present.
  25. BISMARCK94
    BISMARCK94 April 13 2016 20: 35 New
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    The twentieth century is the time when the roof of mankind went ...
  26. Paul 48
    Paul 48 April 13 2016 21: 29 New
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    In 1947, it was already decided how to divide Palestine for the survivors. Rich Jews freely left the German ghetto ... Also from Poland. Then I do not know whether to write or not. Not on that date !!!!