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Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Auschwitz then. And now ?

"If we held 1 minute of silence for every victim of the Holocaust 

then we would be silent for eleven and a half years." (Twitter)

(According to my calculations that's just about the time frame  that allowed  the Nazis to do what they did, largely because of the silence from those who could have stopped it.)

German soldiers react to footage of concentration camps, 1945. The image shows the faces of German POWs, captured by Americans, watching a film about a concentration camp read on here...   

The caption reads: “German prisoners of war in American camps watch the documentary/presentation about German concentration camps.” (Image held by United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.)

A girl who grew up in a concentration camp draws a picture of “home” while living in a residence for disturbed children, 1948

This photograph was taken by Chim (David Seymour) in a home for emotionally disturbed children located in Warsaw, 1948. There are a few versions of this image, but most of the captions (including one at the War/Photography Exhibit currently on view at the Brooklyn Museum) mention that the subject grew up inside a concentration camp.There’s little information about the girl’s identity, her name was Tereszka, a diminutive version of Teresa....

Most children who survived the Holocaust emerged from hiding places – attics and cellars, caves and forests, convents and monasteries, and homes ranging from huts to castles. When the war in Europe ended in May 1945, more than 1 million and perhaps as many as 1.5 million Jewish children were dead, targeted victims in the Nazis’ calculated program of genocide. Of the estimated 216,000 Jewish youngsters deported to Auschwitz, only 6,700 teenagers were selected for forced labor; nearly all the others were sent directly to the gas chambers. When the camp was liberated on January 27, 1945, Soviet troops found just 451 Jewish children among the 9,000 surviving prisoners... read on here

Meet the new Jew Haters, they dont speak German, they dont even speak English all that well, but they spread their "special kind of  hatred" in Melbourne, Sydney, Paris, Stockholm, Bruxelles, Berlin, London... 

Photo taken in Melbourne CBD 18 January 2009

!!!Dont let them flourish !!!

!!!   NEVER EVER AGAIN   !!!

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