Majdanek Madness

 

 

Belfast News-Letter - Monday 04 December 1944 dogs majdanek

Belfast News-Letter – Monday 04 December 1944

1,500,000 victims and specially trained Nazi dogs to drag children to the crematorium, wow if we didn’t know better one could be forgiven for thinking that someone might have made a lot of this holocaust stuff up.

Birmingham Mail - Wednesday 05 September 1945 Maidanek

Birmingham Mail – Wednesday 05 September 1945 

2,000,000 put to death by the Nazis at Majdanek.

Here is the official Majdanek website’s tally

Majdanek official

http://www.majdanek.eu/en/history/extermination/15

80,000??? big difference there. Perhaps people have been plucking figures from thin air?

Lancashire Evening Post - Thursday 11 October 1945

Lancashire Evening Post – Thursday 11 October 1945

Overtones of Hansel and Gretel here, children lured to their deaths and then put into ovens.

Holocaust faerie tales

Mad Dogs and Polish Murders

Majdanek=Nottingham Journal - Wednesday 30 August 1944
Nottingham Journal
 – Wednesday 30 August 1944

It was worse than we thought. The Nazis had specially trained dogs to rip apart men women and children. The bodies fed into the crematorium produced the electricity to murder more people and the waterworks were designed to drown people. I’m surmising that the gas used was the slow release Zyklon B.

Text reads:

Murders in Poland
Discovery of Special Nazi Factory Majdanek (Poland). Tuesday••I
I have seen today a concentration camp here covering an area of 15 miles, which resembles a huge factory, with chimneys, shops, roads, electricity, waterworks and barracks,’’ says the Exchange Telegraph Co. correspondent.
“It was factory—a factory of death, its shops were gas chambers, the chimneys belonged to the crematorium where corpses were burned, and the power was used for murdering by electricity and the water for drowning.
“Along the roads men, women and children were driven and beaten to death, while 200 dogs were trsined to participate In mass murder by tearing the victims to pieces.