Archive/File: camps/auschwitz gypsies.04 Last-Modified: 1993/12/12 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Danny Keren) Newsgroups: alt.revisionism Date: 22 Dec 1993 08:40:22 GMT Organization: Brown University Department of Computer Science Lines: 62 Distribution: world Message-ID: <email@example.com.Brown.EDU> NNTP-Posting-Host: cslab6b.cs.brown.edu Gannon, do you think it was nice what your heroes did to the Gypsies in Auschwitz? Gas them, and smash the heads of the Gypsy children who tried to hide? Quoted from "Auschwitz: A Report on the Proceedings Against Robert Karl Ludwig Mulka and Others Before the Court at Frankfurt", By Bernd Naumann, 1966, published by Frederick A. Praeger, NY. [The book summarizes the events in the trial of 22 SS men who served in the death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. Like most of the trials of SS men who served in the death camps, this one was conducted by the German legal system, according to the German penal code of 1871]. >From the testimony of Maximilian Sternol (p. 114): -------------------------------------------------- ...It was the liquidation of the Gypsy compound. Terrible scenes took place. Women and children were on their knees in front of Mengele and Boger crying, 'Take pity, take pity on us'. Nothing helped. They were beaten down brutally, trampled on, and pushed on the trucks. It was a terrible, gruesome night". "Did Boger also hit them?". "Yes, he killed them. They collapsed and died and were thrown on the trucks. The entire political section was there. Yes, I saw Baretzki and Broad". >From the testimony of Josef Piwko (p. 123): ------------------------------------------- "It happened about three to four weeks after the events in the Czech compound [Theresienstat]. The children frequently came to the barbed wire and we would give them little things. Then one day the trucks came, and there was great excitement in the camp, because the Gypsies now knew they that they were to be gassed. They had a good intelligence network because the SS men had pretty Gypsy girls and they told them a lot of things". The witness tells how he hid in the bushes and saw that the Gypsies were beaten as they were herded onto the trucks and driven off to the gas chambers. Then the SS men searched the barracks and dragged out about six children between the ages of four and seven. "They were brought before Boger, who first trampled on them, then grabbed their little legs and smashed their heads against the wall". [Boger and Baretzki were sentenced to life imprisonment for taking part in numerous murders at Auschwitz. Broad was sentenced to 4 years. Dr. Mengele fled after the war and, apparently, died in South-America in the mid 1980's]. -Danny Keren.
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