Do not tell me the German pigs will not do it again. They like to eat people.
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:03 AM
I submit to the Tribunal, as Exhibit USSR 5, the report of the Extraordinary State Commission, and I shall read into the record several excerpts from the report itself, as well as from the appendices thereto.
On the expulsion of the Fascist hordes from the town of Slavuta, units of the Red Army discovered, on the site of the restricted military area, the establishment which the Germans called the "Grosslazarett" for Soviet prisoners of war. Over 500 emaciated, critically sick men were found in the "Lazarett." The interrogation of these men and the special investigation carried out by medico-forensic experts and by experts of the Central Institute for Food, of the People's Commissariat for Health in the U.S.S.R., led to a detailed reconstruction of the extermination of an immense number of Soviet prisoners of war in that appalling institution.
You will find the passage I am about to quote on Page 153 of the document book:
"In the autumn of 1941, German Fascist invaders occupied the town of Slavuta, where they organised a "Lazarett" for wounded and sick officers and men of the Red Army, under the name of 'Grosslazarett, Slavutu,'"
The "Lazarett" was located about 1 1/2 to 2 kilometres to the South-east of Slavuta and occupied 10 three-storied stone buildings. The Hitlerites surrounded all these buildings by a strong barbed-wire fence. All along the
barbed wire 10 metres apart, towers were built, in which guns, searchlights and guards were placed.
The administrative staff, the German doctors and the guard of the "Grosslazarett," the latter represented by the Commanding Officer, Captain Plank (later replaced by Major Pavlisk), the Deputy Commander, Captain Kronsdorfer, Captain Noe, Staff-Surgeon Borbe, with his deputy, Dr. Sturm, Master- Sergeant Ilseman and Technical-Sergeant Bekker, carried out a mass extermination of Soviet prisoners of war by imposing a special regime of hunger, overcrowding and unsanitary conditions, by torture and direct murder, by depriving the sick and wounded of all medical assistance, and by subjecting utterly exhausted men to heavy labour.
The Extraordinary State Commission refers to the "Grosslazarett" as the "Hospital of Death." I shall quote a short excerpt from a section under the same name. It is on Page 3 of the Russian original and on Page 153 of the document book:
The German authorities, at the "Grosslazarett," concentrated 15,000 to 18,000 severely and slightly wounded Soviet prisoners of war together with prisoners suffering from various contagious and noncontagious diseases.
To replace the ranks of the dead, fresh batches of sick and wounded prisoners of war were continually brought in. On the journey the captives were tortured, starved and murdered. The Hitlerites threw out hundreds of corpses from each car of the incoming transports as they reached the "Lazarett."
According to data received from the Investigating Commission, 800 to 900 dead bodies would be thrown out of each train as it unloaded at a branch line. A further report of the Commission states:
"Thousands of Soviet prisoners on the march perished from hunger, thirst, lack of care and the savage club- law of the German guards... as a routine practice the Hitlerites would greet a group of prisoners at the "Lazarett" gates with blows from rifle butts and rubber truncheons, after which the new arrivals would be stripped of their leather footwear, warm clothing and personal belongings."
In the next section, on the same page, the State Commission reports that infectious diseases were deliberately spread among the prisoners of war by German medical officers in the "Lazarett,"
"In the 'Grosslazarett' the German medical officers artificially created an incredible state of overcrowding. The prisoners were forced to stand close to each other; they succumbed to exhaustion, dropped down, and died."
The Fascists resorted to various methods for reducing the living space in the "Lazarett". A former prisoner of war, I.Y. Chuazhev, reported that:
"The Germans, by firing off sub-machine guns, reduced the floor space in the 'Lazarett', since the prisoners, perforce, pressed more closely to each other; then the Hitlerites pushed in more sick and wounded and the door was closed."
The premeditated spreading of infectious diseases in this death camp, derisively named a "Lazarett," was achieved by extremely primitive means:
"Patients suffering typhus, tuberculosis, or dysentery, severely and lightly wounded cases, were one and all put in the same block and the same ward."
In a ward intended, under normal conditions, to hold not more than 400 patients, the number of typhus and tuberculosis cases alone amounted to 1800.
"The rooms were never cleaned. The sick remained, for months on end, in the same underlinen in which they were captured. They slept on the bare
boards. Many were half-dressed, others entirely naked. The buildings were unheated and the primitive stoves, constructed by the prisoners themselves, fell to pieces. There was no water for washing, not even for drinking. As a result of these unsanitary conditions, the "hospital" was, to a monstrous extent, overrun by lice."
Annihilation by the premeditated spreading of diseases went hand in hand with starvation. The daily food ration consisted of 250 grams of "Ersatz" bread and two litres of so-called "Balanda." The flour used for baking the bread for sick and wounded prisoners of war was brought from Germany. Fifteen tons of flour were discovered in one of the "Lazarett" storerooms. The factory-packed paper bags containing 40 kilos each, bore a label with the word "Spelmehl." Samples of this "Ersatz" flour were sent for analysis to the Central Food Institute of the People's Commissariat for Public Health of the U.S.S.R.
I present the document dealing with the annihilation of Soviet prisoners of war by the Hitlerites in the "Grosslazarett" as Exhibit USSR 5(a). On Pages 9, 10 and 11 of this document the Tribunal can see the photostat of the Central Food Institute's report.
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:05 AM
"It is evident that the bread was made with the addition of a certain quantity of natural flour for binding the dough. A diet of this so-called 'bread,' in the absence of all other food and food products of a full dietetic value, inevitably led to starvation and acute inanition."
The analysis proved that the "flour" consisted of nothing but straws chopped evenly though rather roughly. Some particles were 2 and some 3 millimetres in length. Under the microscope, in every optical field of vision (according to the report) we discovered:
"Together with food and vegetable fiber, minute quantities of grains of starch, resembling grains of oats."
The Institute came to the conclusion that:
"The use of this bread, owing to the irritant action of the soft crumb, resulted in diseases of the digestive tract."
Anticipating a little, I should like to report the results of the medico-forensic autopsies performed on 112 corpses exhumed from Site No. 1 and of the external examination of approximately 500 bodies. In the first instance, inanition was proved to have caused the death of 96 victims. In the second case, as stated in the findings (see Page 7) mentioned in Exhibit USSR 5(a):
"The fact that inanition was the fundamental cause of mortality in the prisoners' camp was likewise proved by the results of the external examinations of some 500 corpses when it was disclosed that the proportion of victims, dead of acute inanition, had approached 100 per cent ."
A little further on, in the same report, in sub-paragraph (g) of paragraph 5, the experts, supported by numerous witnesses, state that the diet in the Slavuta "Grosslazarett" can be characterized as completely useless for human consumption. I quote:
"Bread contained 64 per cent. of sawdust; 'Balanda' was made of rotten potatoes with the addition of refuse, rat-droppings, etc."
Such prisoners of war who had survived the tyranny of the Hitler hangmen and had lived to see the liberation of Slavuta declared (I quote an excerpt from Page 4 of Exhibit USSR 5, Page 153 of the document book):
"In the 'Grosslazarett' we periodically observed outbreaks of a mysterious disease of an unknown nature, referred to as 'para-cholera' by the German doctors. The appearance of 'para-cholera' was the result of barbarous experiments by the German doctors. As suddenly as these outbreaks would appear, as suddenly would they vanish. The mortality rate in 'para-cholera' rose to 60-80 per cent. German physicians performed autopsies on the bodies of some of the victims, and no captured Russian medical officers were admitted to these autopsies."
In conclusion, it is stated in sub-paragraph 8 of the medico- forensic expert report (Page 7 of Exhibit USSR 5(a), Page 159 of the document book) that:
"No objective circumstances can justify the conditions under which the prisoners of war were housed in the camp. All the more, since it has been revealed by thoroughgoing investigations that there were enormous food supplies in the German military depots at Slavuta and that both medical supplies and surgical bandages abounded in the military dispensaries."
The "Grosslazarett" staff included a considerable number of medical personnel. Nevertheless, according to the statement of the Government Commission, sick and wounded officers and men of the Red Army did not receive even the most elementary medical attention. And how could there be any talk of medical attention when the entire object of the "Grosslazarett" was directly opposed to such assistance? The administration of the "Grosslazarett" not only strove to destroy the prisoners of war physically, but they also endeavored to fill the last days of the sick and wounded with suffering and anguish.
One part of the Commission's statement is entitled "Torture and shooting of Soviet prisoners of war." I shall read into the record a passage taken from this part. It is on Page 4, Exhibit USSR 5, Page 153 of the document book:
"Soviet prisoners of war in the 'Grosslazarett' were subjected to torture and torment, beaten up when food was distributed and again when setting out to work. Even the dying were not spared by the Fascist murderers. The medico-forensic examination of the exhumed corpses revealed, among a number of other bodies of prisoners of war, the body of a prisoner who, in his death agony, had been wounded in the groin with a knife. He had been thrown into his grave while still alive, with the knife sticking in the wound, and was then covered over with earth.
One method of mass torture in the 'Lazarett' consisted in locking the sick and wounded in a detention cell -- a room without heat and with a concrete floor. The prisoners in this cell were left without food for days on end and many died there. In order to exhaust the prisoners still further, the Hitlerites forced the sick and enfeebled patients to run round the 'Lazarett' building; those who could not run were flogged almost to death. There were many cases where the German guards murdered the prisoners just for fun.
A former prisoner of war, Buchtichyuk, reported how the Germans threw the intestines of dead horses on the barbed wire surrounding the interior of the camp. When the prisoners, maddened with hunger, ran up to the barbed wire, the guards opened fire on them with sub- machine guns. The witness, Kirsanov, saw one prisoner of war bayonetted for picking up a potato tuber. A former prisoner of war, Shatalov, was an eye-witness to the shooting of a prisoner by his escort merely for trying to obtain a second helping of 'Balanda.'
In February, 1942, Shatalov saw a sentry wound a prisoner who was searching the garbage heap for remnants of food left over from the kitchen of the German personnel; the wounded man was immediately brought to the pit, stripped, and executed."
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:08 AM
PHUCK ZIONISM !!! And Happy New Year 2004 !!!
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:14 AM
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:18 AM
Prisoners of war of the former Polish Army, captured as far back as 1939 and imprisoned in various German camps, were already concentrated, in 1940, in the Lublin camp on Lipovaya Street and were soon after transferred, in batches, to the "Extermination Camp of Majdanek," where they suffered the same fate: systematic torture, murder, mass shooting, hanging, etc....
The witness, Reznik, testified as follows:
"In January, 1941, we, a party of approximately 4,000 Jewish prisoners of war, were placed into railway coaches and sent to the East .... We were brought to Lublin, unloaded and handed over to the SS. About September or October, 1942, it was decided that only those people who were qualified as skilled plant and factory workers, and therefore needed in the town, were to be left in the camp on No. 7 Lipovaya Street, while all the rest, and I among them, were transferred to Majdanek Camp. All of us already knew, and knew far too well, that deportation to Majdanek meant death. Of this party of more than 4,000 prisoners of war only a few individuals, who had managed to escape while engaged in work outside the camp, remained alive.
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:23 AM
"The Russian prisoners of war had to walk about one kilometer from the station to the camp. In the camp they stayed one night without food. The next night they were led away for execution. The prisoners were constantly being transferred from the inner camp on three trucks, one
of which was driven by me. The inner camp was approximately 1 3/4 kilometres from the execution grounds. The execution itself took place in the barracks which had recently been constructed for this purpose.
One room was reserved for undressing and another for waiting; in one of them a radio played rather loudly. It was done purposely so that the prisoners could not guess that death awaited them. From the second room they went, one by one, through a passage into a small fenced-in room with an iron grid let into the floor. Under the grid was a drain. As soon as a prisoner of war was killed, the corpse was carried out by two German prisoners while the blood was washed off the grid.
In this small room there was a slot in the wall, approximately 50 centimetres in length. The prisoner of war stood with the back of his head against the slot and a sniper shot at him from behind the slot. In practice this arrangement did not prove satisfactory, since the sniper often missed the prisoner. After 8 days a new arrangement was made. The prisoner, as before, was placed against the wall; an iron plate was then slowly lowered onto his head. The prisoner was under the impression that he was being measured for height. The iron plate contained a ramrod which shot out suddenly and poleaxed the prisoner with a blow on the back of the head. He dropped down dead. The iron plate was operated by a foot lever in a corner of the room. The personnel working in the room belonged to the above-mentioned Sonderkommando.
By request of the execution squad, I was also forced to work this apparatus. I shall refer to the subject later. The bodies of prisoners thus murdered were burned in four mobile crematoriums transported in trailers and attached to motor-cars. I had to ride constantly from the inner camp to the execution yard. I had to make 10 trips a night with 10 minutes' interval between trips. It was during these intervals that I witnessed the executions.
fago homicidal qiqo, give me anything on mass murders . If not shut up.
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:25 AM
I know what you mean. But some of those posters aren't even German and only try to stir the hate. Those people mostly pretend to be Germans at least partly, they don't live in Germany either. They have their own purpose to laugh at Russia and former Soviet Union. Phuck them Zionist mostly shit !!!
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:36 AM
Listen to Saddam,
""Easier for them to rule when you are divided. Is that YOUR purpose?""
I hope its not,........ America and Israel would like nothing better then Germans and Russians to be ememies
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:36 AM
Not a lot of any Nationality left who was in the war.
You gonna go on hating their kids, grandkids, greatgrandkids???
Where does it end guy? You want to hate forever.
Germany has suffered enough for the war. Leave the poor people alone today.
Recall a few months ago a lady leaving Pravda because as a German she was sick of this talk and posters here made her ashamed she was German.
It is paramount we remember so it never happens again. But you dwell on it. You breath it..
Time to let it go guy..Owl
Posted 01 January 2004 - 02:25 PM
Posted 01 January 2004 - 03:44 PM
They are ALIVE! I watch Discovery where they say: "we were brave soldiers and don't have an idea who committed the crimes against the civilians"
May be it was a mass 27 million suicide?
Posted 01 January 2004 - 04:49 PM
But where is the point in blaming their children and grandchildren? They have a responsibility - not to forget and to prevent history from repeating, but they are not guilty, they simply didn`t do anything.
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