News/Articles November/December 2014
Great German Lady opens the Black Box of the “Holocaust”
Ursula Haverbeck - website
Oskar Groening, 93 to stand trial for Auschwitz crimes
Case against Oskar Gröning highlights Germany judiciary's Holocaust problem
Former Auschwitz guard, 92, deemed fit to stand trial for mass murder as he admits 'I hear the cries of the dead in my dreams and every waking moment'
Oskar Gröning, 92 years of age
New police search at Professor Faurisson’s house
German court throws out Nazi massacre case against former SS man
Sydney siege: Charles Hurt tells Fox News Australia's tough gun laws to blame for preventing self-defence
Jobbik Leader Remains a Holocaust Denier, Says Jewish Journalist and Holocaust Survivor
America Didn’t Just Prosecute Torturers, We Executed Them
McCain: US hanged Japanese soldiers for waterboarding Americans
Paris under German occupation - colour photographs
Lost story of German Latin Americans interned during second world war
Woman who SURVIVED Auschwitz because Nazis ran out of gas turns 101
Berlin was a liberal hotbed of homosexuality and a mecca for cross dressers and transsexuals where the first male-to-female surgery was performed - until the Nazis came to power, new book reveals
Germany to spend 115 million Euros on Israel warships deal because of Holocaust
Oskar Groening - Auschwitz ‘bookkeeper’ may be last Nazi tried in Germany for war crimes
Horst Mahler - Political Prisoner of Democracy
AfD Lecture: "Allied built the gas chambers of Dachau"
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The Magical Gas Chamber of Dachau - in 1945 it was a gas chamber and now it isn't
Photo taken by T/4 Sidney Blau April 30, 1945
The U.S. Seventh Army's caption on the photo above reads as follows:
Gas chambers, conveniently located to the crematory, are examined by a soldier of the U.S. Seventh Army. These chambers were used by Nazi guards for killing prisoners of the infamous Dachau concentration camp.
US Congressmen examine the gas chamber at Dachau, May 3, 1945
Sign in Dachau gas chamber, May 2001
Wojtek the Nazi fighting Bear - Having resolved to put their furry comrade's strength to use, the soldiers taught how him to carry crates full of heavy mortar rounds.
Other Famous Bears
Buchenwald Concentration Camp - ''In the camp there was a cage with a bear and an eagle,'' he said. ''Every day, they would throw a Jew in there. The bear would tear him apart and the eagle would pick at his bones.'' ''But that's unbelievable,'' whispered a visitor. ''It is unbelievable,'' said Mr. Hubert, ''but it happened.''
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