From oneb!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!destroyer!sol.ctr.columbia.edu!howland.reston.ans.net!pipex!uknet!festival!hwcs!greg Tue Oct 5 04:50:57 PDT 1993 Article: 17615 of soc.history Newsgroups: soc.history Path: oneb!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!destroyer!sol.ctr.columbia.edu!howland.reston.ans.net!pipex!uknet!festival!hwcs!greg From: email@example.com (Greg Michaelson) Subject: Soap documentation Message-ID: <1993Oct4.firstname.lastname@example.org> Sender: email@example.com (News Administrator) Organization: Dept of Computing & Electrical Engineering, Heriot-Watt University, Scotland Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1993 09:06:12 GMT Lines: 31 From: Polish Monthly Review No 1 August 1945 pages 22-23 "SOAP FROM HUMAN BODIES At Wrzeszcz near Gdansk(Danzig) a German Factory producing soap from human bodies and a tannery of human skins were discovered in the Institute of Hygene. The following photographs were taken on May 8th in the presence of a Commission composed of representatives of the military authorities, physicians, journalists etc. and attested by protocol." The photographs are labelled: The building of the Institute of Hygene at Wrzeszcz Vat filled with tanned human skin The soap factory Body of a sailor with tattoo on chest representing a ship and the inscription "God is with us, Polish Navy. "Wicher" 1930" Tank in which human bodies were boiled. On the bar is seen a piece of human flesh Vat in which the bodies were soaked. On the shelves are seen skulls and bones The incinerator in which the reamains were burnt Vat with bodies soaked in caustic Saop made from human bodies, and the moulds The Polish Monthly Review was an English language magazine and: "Printed in Poland by the "Drukarnia Narodowa" in Cracow, published by the "Polish Monthly Review" Cracow, Dluga 6, Edited by Jan Stanislawski, Lecturer in the University of Cracow."
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