Poland reduces Auschwitz death toll estimate to 1 million
LONDON - Poland has cut its estimate of the number of people killed by the Nazis in the Auschwitz death camp from 4 million to just over 1 million.
Sealed and guarded since the end of WWII at Arolsen, Germany, the Official IRC records reveal the actual Concentration Camp total death toll was 271,301
NOTE that the truth has been known since long before 1979!!! The
above compiler, replying to a letter, had
to rely on information that was already in existence!!!
Tax-payers of Germany,
Switzerland, Austria, Latvia, Poland and other nations have
had multiple Millions of dollars taken from their wages to be paid
out to "holocaust survivors" and their descendants for something
that DID NOT HAPPEN. The tax-payers of these United States of
America spend Billion$ each year in direct, indirect and military
support of the State of Israel (which is not Biblical Israel). This
is intentional, criminal fraud on a scale so massive as to be almost
Where do the innocent Germans, Americans and others go to get a refund?
I call for criminal
prosecution of individuals and groups who filed false lawsuits to
obtain holocaust reparations and financial damage awards
and perpetrating deliberate fraud upon Courts.
I call for the removal of
Holocaust references in History books and educational materials.
I call for the removal of
Holocaust Memorials worldwide.
Regarding Theresienstadt, the Red Cross said, ""where there
were about 40,000 Jews deported from various countries, was a
relatively privileged ghetto" (Vol. III, p. 75). "The
Committee's delegates were able to visit the camp at Theresienstadt
(Terezin) which was used exclusively for Jews and was governed by
special conditions ... From information gathered by the Commmee,
this camp had been started as an experiment by certain leaders of
the Reich ... These men wished to give the Jews the means of setting
up a communal life in a town under their own administration and
possessing almost complete autonomy ... two delegates were able to
visit the camp on April 6, 1945. They confirmed the favourable
impression gained on the first visit" (Vol. I, p. 642).
The ICRC also had praise for the regime of Ion Antonescu of Fascist Rumania where the Committee was able to extend special relief to 183,000 Rumanian Jews until the time of the Soviet occupation. The aid then ceased and the ICRC complained bitterly that it never succeeded "in sending anything whatsoever to Russia" (Vol. II, p. 62). The same situation applied to many of the German camps after their "liberation" by
the Russians. The ICRC received a voluminous flow of mail from Auschwitz until the period of the Soviet occupation, when many of the internees were evacuated westward. But the efforts of the Red Cross to send relief to internees remaining at Auschwitz under Soviet control were futile. However. food parcels continued to be sent to former Auschwitz inmates transferred west to such camps as Buchenwald and Oranienburg.
NO MENTION OF GAS CHAMBERS
One of the most important aspects of the Report of the ICRC is that it clarifies the true cause of those deaths that undoubtedly occurred in the
camps towards the end of the war. Says the Report: "in the chaotic condition of Germany after the invasion during the final months of the
war, the camps received no food supplies at all and starvation claimed an increasing number of victims. Itself alarmed by this situation, the
German Government at last informed the ICRC on February 1, 1945 ... In March 1945, discussions between the President of the ICRC and General of the S.S. Kaltenbrunner gave even more decisive results. Relief could henceforth be distributed by the ICRC and one delegate was authorised to stay in each camp .I." (Vol. III, p.83).
Clearly, the German authorities were at pains to relieve the dire situation as far as they were able. The Red Cross are quite explicit in
stating that food supplies ceased at this time due to the Allied bombing of German transportation, and in the interests of interned Jews they had
protested on March 15, 1944 against "the barbarous aerial warfare of the Allies'' (Inter Armet Caritns, p. 78). By October 2, 1944, the ICRC had warned the German Foreign Office of the impending collapse of the German transportation system, declaring that starvation conditions for people throughout Germany were becoming inevitable.
In dealing with this comprehensive, three-volume Report, it is important to stress that the delegates of the International Red Cross
found no evidence whatsoever of 'gas chambers'. The original 1946 edition did not even talk of 'extermination' or 'death camps' but after the
emotional impact of the Nuremberg trials the Red Cross felt compelled to introduce into the expanded 1948 Report several, very cursory references to 'death camps' (Vol. 1 p. 641) and 'extermination camps' (Vol. I p. 645).
However, no means of'extermination' is indicated. In all its 1,600 pages the three-volume Report does not even mention such a thing as a
'gas chamber'. It acknowledges that Jews, like many other wartime nationalities, suffered rigours and privations, but' its complete silence
on the subject of 'gassings' is ample refutation of the 'Holocaust' legend.
NOT ALL WERE INTERNED
Volume III of the Report of the ICRC, Chapter 3 (I. Jewish Civilian Population) deals with the "aid given to the Jewish section of the free
population" and this chapter makes it quite plain that by no means all of the European Jews were placed in internment camps but remained, subject to certain restrictions, as part of the free civilian population. This conflicts directly with the "thoroughness" of the supposed "extermination programme", and with the claim in the forged Hoess memoirs that Eichmann was obsessed with seizing every single Jew he could lay his hands on," In Slovakia, for example, where Eichmann's assistant Dieter Wisliceny was in charge, the Report states that "A large proportian of the Jewish minority had permission to stay in the country, and at certain periods Slovakia was looked upon as a comparative haven of refuge for Jews, especially for those coming from Poland. Those who remained in Slovakia seem to have been in comparative safety until the end of August 1944, when a rising against the German forces took place. While it is true that the law of May 15, 1942 had brought about the internment of several thousand Jews, these people were held in camps where the conditions of food and lodging were tolerable, and where the internees were allowed to do paid work on terms almost equal to those of the free labour market" (Vol. I, p. 646).
Not only did large numbers of the three million or so European Jews avoid internment altogether, but the emigration of Jews continued throughout the war, generally by way of Hungary, Rumania and Turkey. Ironically, post-war Jewish emigration from German-occupied territories was also facilitated by the Reich, as in the case of the Polish Jews who had escaped to France before its occupation. "The Jews from Poland who, whilst in France, had obtained entrance permits to the United States were held to be American citizens by the German occupying authorities, who further agreed to recognise the validity of about three thousand passports issued to Jews by the consulates of South American countries" (Vol. 1, p. 645).
As future U.S. citizens, these Jews were held at the Vittel camp in southern France for American aliens. The emigration of European Jews from Hungary in particular proceeded during the war unhindered by the German authorities. "Until March 1944," says the Red Cross Report, "Jews who had the privilege of visas for Palestine were free to leave Hungary" (Vol. 1, p. 648). Even after the replacement of the Horthy Government in 1944 (following its attempted armistice with the Soviet Union) with a government more dependent on German authority, the emigration of Jews continued.
The Committee secured the pledges of both Britain and the United States "to give support by every means to the emigration of Jews from Hungary, " and from the U.S. Government the ICRC received a message stating that "The Government of the United States... now specifically repeats its assurance that arrangements will be made by it for the care of all Jews who in the present circumstances are allowed to leave" (Vol. 1, p. 649).