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Where are the huge settlements in the east, that by the end of 1944, should have had millions of Jews in them?
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Nessie wrote:
Mon Feb 22, 2021 4:33 pm
Where are the huge settlements in the east, that by the end of 1944, should have had millions of Jews in them?
It seems a few of those ones in Romania got zapped; there are plenty of konzentrationslager in Ostland, some which have recently come to light, never thought to have existed.


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Huntinger wrote:
Mon Feb 22, 2021 5:15 pm
Nessie wrote:
Mon Feb 22, 2021 4:33 pm
Where are the huge settlements in the east, that by the end of 1944, should have had millions of Jews in them?
It seems a few of those ones in Romania got zapped; there are plenty of konzentrationslager in Ostland, some which have recently come to light, never thought to have existed.
IOW, there were no mass Jewish settlements in the east at the end of 1944. That ends denier claims that is where the Jews supposedly not gassed were living.
Consistency and standards in evidencing viewtopic.php?f=13&t=2721#p87772
My actual argument viewtopic.php?f=13&t=2834

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In December 1941, Romanian troops, together with Ukrainian auxiliaries, massacred almost all juden in Bogdanovka; shootings continued for more than a week.
Off topic but I'm curious. Was the massacre purely about religion? I'm a Christian you're a Jew, bang you're dead? Was it revenge for the 1917 Russian revolution where the Jews held the gun? Was it political? Just cleaning up the Jew Marxists? What was the motivation for such drastic actions?

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Turnagain wrote:
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Was the massacre purely about religion? I'm a Christian you're a Jew, bang you're dead? Was it revenge for the 1917 Russian revolution where the Jews held the gun? Was it political? Just cleaning up the Jew Marxists? What was the motivation for such drastic actions?
No, it was due to carrying typhus which scared the Romanians to carry out the massacre; they considered it equal to the black plague. Of course Yad Vashem and the other yids see it as collusion with the Reich; I suspect that a good majority of these juden went through Belzec. The jootrix is to claim they came from the Odessa region.


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Ostarbeiter
Nessie wrote: Where are the huge settlements in the east, that by the end of 1944, should have had millions of Jews in them?
Ostarbeiter "Eastern worker") was a designation for foreign workers gathered from occupied Central and Eastern Europe to perform forced labour in Germany during World War II. Wiki..some modified extracts below and from
Eastern workers included ethnic Ukrainians, Poles, Belarusians, Russians, Tatars, and others, including juden. Estimates of the number of Ostarbeiter range between 3 million and 5.5 million.; these people for the most part were paid for their work. Much of the work was organized by Yad Vashems jews in the organization of Todt and includingOrganisation Todt

Fritz Todt assigned 20 thousand workers to the Russian East just for road and railway maintenance alone. In September 1941, the workers began to be gathered in three collection camps (Sammellager), where they were trained in building roads,railroad tracks, and bridges. By the end of November 1940, the OKH (Oberkommando des Heeres, or Army High Command) applied to the Ministry of Labor in Silesia for an allocation of jüdische workers, as part of the Otto Programm, in order to prepare the task force for the East. In order to provide the labor forces, the Reichsautobahn management
established arbeitslager for non-German juden.

Due to the high demands thousands of juden were seconded along with German Civilians to complete the roading and railway projects, including building airports; those shot by partizani were simply replaced by other juden from the camps.

With the cumulative numbers of juden in such places and konzentrationslager, including Pripyat swamps and oil shale the numbers of juden are close to equal to that of those Korherr said were sent to the Russian East.


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