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Holohoax Tales - Didn't know whether it would be Water or Gas

Testimony of Lydia Tischler

https://www.bitchute.com/video/8RlRF2nVviwO/

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Lydia Tischler on nasty holocaust deniers

Testimony of Lydia Tischler

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Iq6C1HC9xxwP/

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Holohoax Tales - Doctor saved me from gas chamber four times

Bernard Igielski, 91, says Dr. Bethold Epstein stepped in four times to keep him from the gas chamber at Auschwitz.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/PU9cPAiLbKPF/

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Holohoax Tales - Sent to Gas Chamber by Mengele...then pulled out of gas chamber

Testimony of Sara Leicht

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Holohoax Tales - The smoking chimneys turned us black

Testimony of Sara Leicht

https://www.bitchute.com/video/ub9rR6qw5Iih/

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As Long as I Live and Breathe - The Story of Sara Leicht-Weinstein

 
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Holohoax Tales - "Ilse Koch Wanted My Skin For Lampshades!"

Testimony of Irene Weisberg Zisblatt

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Irene Weisberg Zisblatt appeared in Steven Spielberg's Holocaust documentary film "The Last Days." The film's tagline is "Everything You're About To See Is True."

Here Irene tells how her soft skin was ideal material for Ilse Koch to make gloves and lampshades from. She narrowly escaped being turned into a specialty line of leather goods.

Later Irene was subject to cruel experiments to remove her camp tattoo. They were successful; today she has no tattoo (or removal scars).


Holohoax Tales - "I was sent to the Gas Chamber but it was full!"

Testimony of Irene Weisberg Zisblatt

https://altcensored.com/watch?v=2sK5AEd8bCw

In this video, Irene explains how she was sent to the gas chamber but survived because there was no room for her. Irene says she escaped, from this horror camp, when a courageous Jew wrapped her in a blanket and threw her over the camp fence and into the open carriage of a train which carried her to safety.
 
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Vivid memories of unseen gas showers at Auschwitz

THE BELL CURVE: Auschwitz remains stark after 60 years

JOSEPH N. BELL

February 2, 2005

I suspect that all of us have a handful of places or events in our lives that leave such an indelible impression that they are never very far from our consciousness. One such place for me is the Nazi death factory called Auschwitz.

It has been much on my mind this past week as both the print media and television have been full of remembrances of this place on the 60th anniversary of its liberation by the Russian army. Although my memories come from a visit long after the carnage that took place at Auschwitz, they are nonetheless vivid.

[…]

[…] We took a bus from Krakow — a delightful river city that ironically serves as the gateway to the horrors of Auschwitz — enduring some 30 miles of garrulous talk in broken English from an anti-Semitic female bus driver who dropped us off at the gates to the prison camp on a lovely late summer day. There was a long, graveled walk to an arch that marked the entrance. We got our first view of the interior of the camp — and were stopped dead in our tracks — when we made a sharp turn at the arch and saw a bevy of German soldiers in uniform, many of them holding straining police dogs on tight leashes, standing guard over dozens of prisoners in striped clothing.

That’s the scene deeply implanted in my memory. We found out quickly that a movie was being shot there that day, but the fictitious German guards became more and more real to me as we explored the camp, and, by day’s end, I found myself unable to put down a smoldering hatred of the actors playing the Nazi soldiers.

[…]

It was only a minute’s walk from the unloading platform to the room, full of overhead showers, where most of the new arrivals were sent to disrobe and supposedly be deloused. But instead of water, the showers pumped out gas. […]

[…]

* JOSEPH N. BELL is a resident of Santa Ana Heights. His column appears Thursdays.

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More great eyewitness stories of Auschwitz

Holocaust horrors couldn’t break the spirit of Auschwitz survivor

Nick Lees

The Edmonton Journal

January 29, 2005

[…]

[Rajmund] Pierzchajlo spent three years and four months in Auschwitz and says he witnessed countless brutal beatings, executions carried out at the whim of guards, and countless Jews and others walk innocently to the gas chambers.

[…]

“Everyone knows the smell of a barbecue,” says Pierzchajlo. “We had that smell in our nostrils every moment of every day. It was the smell of burning flesh. We of course felt sorry for all those who died. But there was absolutely nothing we could do.”

[…]

“As a carpenter, I also visited the Birkenau and other sub-camps to make repairs,” he said.

“I saw what was going on. I saw the never-ending black columns of smoke belching from chimneys.”

[…]

Pierzchajlo watched the first Russian prisoners — about 500 top officials of the NKVD, the political police — arrive after the Nazis invaded the Soviet Union.

“They looked well-groomed and marched with confidence, as if to say, ‘Stalin wouldn’t let anyone harm us,’ ” says Pierzchajlo. “But most or all of them were of Jewish ancestry and were placed in the death barrack.”

[…]

The memory of those dreadful times still brings nightmares.

When he finds his mind drifting back during the day, he makes himself think of the few lighter moments there were at Auschwitz. SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer (Captain) Rudolph Hess [sic] was the commandant of Auschwitz and never did find out what happened to his impeccably groomed German shepherd that vanished as soon as it arrived at the camp.

The dog was cooked in the prisoners’ kitchen,” says Pierzchajlo. “If you have ever been close to dying from hunger, you’d know what a treat that was.”

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‘The Science of Evil’

SIMON BARON-COHEN

JUNE 6, 2011

Explaining “Evil” and Human Cruelty
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My father also told me about one of his former girlfriends, Ruth Goldblatt,i whose mother had survived a concentration camp. He had been introduced to the mother and was shocked to discover that her hands were reversed. Nazi scientists had severed Mrs. Goldblatt’s hands, switched them around, and sewn them on again so that if she put her hands out palms down, her thumbs were on the outside and her little fingers were on the inside. Just one of the many “experiments” they had conducted. I realized there was a paradox at the heart of human nature—people could objectify others—that my young mind was not yet ready to figure out.
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Smoke from smokeless crematories

Dated: February 5, 2005

Holocaust survivor shares story with students

• North High in Torrance hosts George Brown, who watched the Nazis march his mother to her death at Auschwitz in 1944.

By Seung Hwa Hong

Daily Breeze

Saturday, February 05, 2005

The image still lingers in George Brown’s mind: clouds of ash spewing from four chimneys at Auschwitz, the sun blotted out by the smoke that hung over the death camp.

[…]

There were no birds or flies at the camp and ashes blotted out the sun, Brown said.

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Stench from oderless crematories

Auschwitz survivors recall the horror 60 years on

WARSAW — Jerzy Afanasjew’s body tenses and his eyes close when he recalls the day he crawled out from the overcrowded cattle train as a 14-year-old boy to begin a six-month nightmare.

“What was Auschwitz? It was hell. Hell. A death factory,” he says in a measured pace. “If you weren’t gassed, you were exhausted to death, if you weren’t exhausted to death, you starved, if you didn’t starve, you died of disease.”
[…]
Terrified, foul smelling and starving, those who made the trip were often relieved at the prospect of fresh air and food. They did not know that the smoke from nearby chimneys was coming from crematoria burning the bodies of earlier arrivals.
[…]
The smell of burning corpses confirmed their worst suspicions as they gradually realised what fate met the others.
[…]
“There was endless monotony, endless fear, endless roll call, endless shouts, endless beatings, endless smell of the burning flesh from the crematorium,” said Afanasjew.
[…]
A dark, macabre humour existed, said Myriam Nick, a Jew who survived several camps before arriving in Auschwitz in 1944.
Many in the camp believed the Nazis were using human fat to produce soap and Nick said friends would joke with each other when saying goodbye — “Maybe one day, we’ll meet again lying side by side as two bars of soap.”
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Source:
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Baby survives Nazi gas shower

Dated: September 14, 2005

Holocaust survivor recounts Nazi-perpetrated horrors

• Polish-born Jew lost family and endured agonies as a youth

By Jennifer Toomer-Cook

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Deseret Morning News

SOUTH JORDAN — A baby survived its mother’s murder in the Nazi showers. David Faber, a teenager imprisoned at the concentration camp, found it, still suckling, as he pried open its gassed mother’s cold embrace.

The Jewish boy was carrying out Nazi orders to collect gold teeth and any other valuables from the dead. As he unlaced the woman’s fingers, her baby cried out.

Faber and another man wanted to save the infant. They tried to secret it to the women in the camp.

They got caught.

The Nazis led Faber and the infant to the ovens.

They threw the baby into the flames.

They bound and beat Faber until he lost his voice counting the lashes.

The man with him was murdered.

“There were many tortures, every day,” the impassioned Faber recalled Tuesday for South Jordan Middle School students, who sat silent and teary-eyed at the detail.

“But I survived,” he told them. “I survived.”

[…]

His videotaped testimony is preserved at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and at the Museum of Tolerance and the Steven Spielberg Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, both in Los Angeles.

His book, “Because of Romek: A Holocaust Survivor’s Memoir,” is required reading in some middle and high schools and a class at University of California, San Diego. […]

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No gas available

Dated: June 25, 2005

The Other Victims

DONNA GEHRKE-WHITE

June 25, 2005, Page 1E, Miami Herald, The (FL)

Anna Alicja Porebska, 17, was forced into the metal-lined gas chamber at Auschwitz expecting to die. Then a guard whispered something she never forgot: “You are not going to be killed because we have no gas available.” Instead, Porebska, now 77 and living in Miami, was sent to another concentration camp, Bergen-Belsen, and to a German farm as a slave laborer — one of the few Polish Christian prisoners who lived to be liberated by the Allies at the end of World War II.
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Auschwitz water park

Dated: January 21, 2005

Gas Chamber Survivor Who Found Love at Belsen

By Laura Elston, PA

Fri 21 Jan 2005

(UK)

Gena Turgel entered the gas chamber at Auschwitz and lived to tell the tale.

In the winter of 1944, the 21-year-old was made to strip naked with her mother inside the concentration camp’s extermination block and wait, but miraculously the deadly poison was never released.

“We were trembling. I didn’t know where we were. Inside, it looked terrible. A woman came in that I recognised from a previous camp. She was very shocked I was there and went out again.

We waited a while and then water came through the walls. It was wonderful. For many weeks we had had no water on our backs. We were all drinking it.

“As we came outside, the women there said how wonderful it was to see us. They screamed with happiness. I didn’t understand what they meant. I said ‘What are you shouting about?’

“They said ‘Don’t you know? You were in the gas chamber.‘ I lost my voice. I couldn’t produce any saliva.”

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Another breakdown in the magically efficient Nazi extermination machinery

Dated: December 9, 2004

Holocaust to be remembered with march

By SUZAN CLARKE

THE JOURNAL NEWS

(Original publication: December 9, 2004)

http://www.thejournalnews.com/newsro...vingmarch.html

Steve Gold’s father survived internment in the Dachau concentration camp, and his mother escaped with her life when the gas chamber to which she had been condemned at Auschwitz failed.

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