Dachau becomes a tourist attraction 1959

Once again here with the marvellous appearing and disappearing Dachau Gas Chamber. This article from December 14th 1959 tells of the horror and deception of the gas chamber. Me thinks it is us who are being deceived.

Dachau Gas Chamber
Birmingham Daily Post – Monday 14 December 1959


Yet again here is the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s take on the mythical gas chamber.

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USHMM Dachau

Here is the headline from the article

Dachau now a tourist trap
Birmingham Daily Post – Monday 14 December 1959

Full text reads

Dachau Concentration Camp Now a Tourist Attraction The notice on the barbedwire-topped wall at Dachau. near Munich, says: ” This way to the crematorium open daily from nine to five.” A wrought-iron gate opens on to the carefully-tended lawns of the Nazis’ first concentration camp, now the site of a refugee camp and a tourist attraction with no price for admission, a Reuter correspondent writes. Visitors from all over the world file past a marble sign in three languages reading “Execution range with blood ditch.” They stare at the spot where thousands of innocent men and women received “special treatment”—the Nazi euphemism for murder. Of a total of 250.000 prisoners, only 33.000 lived to be freed by the United States Army. Apart from those who were systematically exterminated. 70,000 died of starvation and disease. Now, at Dachau, the high season for tourists is In August, according to the German woman attendant who keeps the books. She said: “Last August we had 41,000 visitors. But a lot of them were disappointed. Before they go. many ask where the torture instruments were and whether they have really seen everything. Some of them say the Americans must have built the camp after 1945.•. Means of Extermination But the machinery of extermination Is still there. Near two gravestones at the execution site, one Jewish and the other Christian, lies the crematorium with its five metre 415 feet) high chimney. It still bears its Nazi designation ” Building 243 a.” The tourist route leads into an empty white-washed room with peeling wails. Although a notice warns against defacing the walls, visitors have left their marks, traces of offering, irony, hate•—and the old tourist ” we have-been-there ” pride. In the next room are the furnaces—still equipped with hooks and bars used to drag bodies about. Then come the rooms where those who were to die were forced to undress. and the so-called ” shower room “—the gas chamber itself. To ensure smooth progress of exterminations, prisoners were told they were to be given showers. They did not know their fate until poison gas started to flood the chamber. Dachau camp to-day has a veneer of prosperity and well being which underlines the horror of its past, for many of the 1.600 refugees from former German territories in Eastern Europe who live there are fairly prosperous. want to leave because of the low rents.” Father Leo Roth, a Dominican priest responsible for the spiritual care of Catholics in the little refugee community, said: “It is a disgrace that people still live in a concentration camp 14 years after the end of the war.” The Dominican, himself a Dachau prisoner from 1942 until the end of the war, said the refugees paid only six marks 10 pfennigs a month for a room (about 10e. sterling). But most of them earned about as much as the average German. Father Roth, supported by the International Dachau Committee of Brussels, is waging a campaign for the maintenance of Dachau in a manner respectful to the memories of the men and women who died there. He said the committee had succeeded this year in stopping several abuses. Its action had resulted in the removal of a delicatessen shop from the concentration camp’s former post-mortem chamber, a butcher’s shop from the camp hospital and a dance hall from one of the rooms where Prisoners used to wait for execution. The hut set aside for Inmates who contracted typhus is to-day and an elementary school for the refugees’ children.



Holocaust Denial before Holocaust Denial was a thing.

Dachau gas chamber truth

Birmingham Daily Post – Thursday 29 September 1960

Dachua gas chambers, the horror version of Brigadoon. Did they exist or didn’t they? in this article the German authorities of 1960 are threatening to sue a former German general employed by the US military for exposing that the so called Dachau gas chamber were created after the war. Imagine my shock at such a claim. The German (puppet) authorities were insistent that there was a lethal gas chamber at Dachau that exterminated Jews. Nowadays the great temple of Holocaustianity  declares that there is no convincing evidence of anyone being gassed at Dachau.

I wonder when the day will come when they admit that there were no homicidal gas chambers at any German internment camp.

Wooden gas chambers at Auschwitz?

Auschwitz wooden hut gas chamber
Wooden gas chamber?

Daily Herald – Monday 27 February 1961

This is from an article about Auschwitz survivor Rudolf Vrba. He goes on to claim that the entire reason for mass extermination was just to rob Jews of their belongings and to turn their hair and body parts into commodities for the German economy and for growing SS vegetables.

SS vegetable gardens
SS vegetables

If one didn’t know better you’d think he could have been making these things up.

Six million lampshades

As we know, holocaust survivor testimony is beyond question and here we have proof of all the horror stories we’ve heard before. Holocaust survivor Jack Adler relates his story to the Huffpost.

Six million jews lampshades tattoos skin

Text reads

Jack: At first it was very hard. I tried to create a way to not visualize the experience. But even 70 years later, it doesn’t go away. Six million—using babies for target practice, making lampshades from people. One woman, Elsa Koch, the wife of an officer in Buchenwald, liked the tattoo of a particular prisoner; she actually had him killed so she could use his skin for her furniture.