From firstname.lastname@example.org Fri Oct 25 09:03:39 PDT 1996 Article: 76798 of alt.revisionism Path: nizkor.almanac.bc.ca!news.island.net!vertex.tor.hookup.net!hookup!chi-news.cic.net!ddsw1!news.mcs.net!www.nntp.primenet.com!nntp.primenet.com!news.sprintlink.net!news-peer.sprintlink.net!uunet!in2.uu.net!news.emi.com!news.maxwell.syr.edu!pumpkin.pangea.ca!news.mira.net.au!harbinger.cc.monash.edu.au!news.cs.su.oz.au!metro!metro!news.une.edu.au!sobers.une.edu.au!ibokor From:
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism Subject: "Ausrottung" = "Auswanderung"? Date: 21 Oct 1996 23:39:55 GMT Organization: University of New England, NSW, Australia Lines: 69 Distribution: world Message-ID: <email@example.com> NNTP-Posting-Host: sobers.une.edu.au X-UserAgent: Version 1.1.3 X-XXMessage-ID: X-XXDate: Tue, 22 Oct 96 17:40:02 GMT A while ago I posted the following: Attention has been focussed on the word "Ausrottung" as used by leaders, policy and decision makers of Nazi Germany, particularly when used in the expression "Ausrottung des juedischen Volkes" or similar contexts. Several "creative" suggestions have been proposed as to the most faithful rendition of these expressions and the intentions they communicate. To those who have any doubts, let me reproduce again the quotation from page 182 of Vol I of Langenscheidt's Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1974): "ausrotten 2.(Volk, Rasse, etc.) exterminate, wipe out, extirpate; diese Krankheit rottete die ganze Bevoelkerung aus this disease wiped out the entire population; die Urbevoelkerung des Landes wurde ausgerottet the native population of the country was exterminated." Despite such authoritative quotations, the deniers who participated in the discussion attempted to insist that "aurotten" as used, for example, by HImmler in his speech at Posen, was really meaning something else, namely the *geographical* removal of Jews from Germany. A book which has recently come to my attention is one edited by J. Walk, entitled "Das Sonderrecht fuer die Juden im NS-Staat", published by C.F.Mueller Verlag, Huethig GmbH, Heidelberg in 1996 (ISBN 3-8252-1889-9). On page 361 of this book (item number 293 in Section IV of this book) the reader finds: "3.1.42 RFSSuCdP[IV B 4a - 50/52] RdErl [Verbot der Auswanderung von Juden]" The "3.1.42" is the date of issue, viz, 3rd January, 1942. "RdErl" is the abbreviation for "Runderlass" "RFSSuCdP" is the abbreviation for "Reichsfuehrer SS und Chef der Deutschen Polizei". The question I have for anyone who wishes to attempt an answer is Why would the head of the SS and the German Police *prohibit* the emigration of Jews if the policy had been to induce them to emigrate or to deport them beyond Germany's borders? I have yet to see any attempt to answer the question. I believe that the date of this "Runderlass" is earlier than the Wannsee Conference or Himmler's Posen speech. Do our deniers suggest that Himmler did not know what the Reichsfuehrer SS und Chef der Deutschen Polizei had decreed? d.A.
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