Nazi attitudes towards the Slavs.

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Re: Nazi attitudes towards the Slavs.

Post by Goody67 » Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:24 am

Werd wrote:
Sat Dec 01, 2018 12:20 am
Carlo Mattogno's Einsatzgruppen book is now out in digital form on holocausthandbooks.com and also available for hard copy purchase at codoh online. Germar Rudolf has written the forward to the book. I came across this line.
While Stalin turned many of his former enemies temporarily into “friends” and sowed discord among the rest of his enemies, Hitler, with his sweeping anti-Jewish stance and racist attitudes toward the Slavs, sowed discord among his potential friends and united his enemies
It seems not even the great gas chamber holocaust revisionist and trained chemist Germar Rudolf is denying this.
Did Germar give anymore details?
Deniers are a few bricks short of a load.


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Re: Nazi attitudes towards the Slavs.

Post by Goody67 » Sun Dec 02, 2018 1:48 pm

Werd wrote:
Sat Dec 01, 2018 4:35 pm
Not in that introduction, no.
No surprise there.
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Re: Nazi attitudes towards the Slavs.

Post by Rev2018 » Thu Dec 27, 2018 1:10 pm

Just to resurrect this thread I wanted to point out two things:

1) It was a Polish historian Prof Bogdan Musial who discovered fake photos in the famous defamatory German exhibition that toured the World for a few years. He then wrote about Soviet crimes against Poles and Polish crimes against Ukrainians. Somehow, when documented facts are researched, the so called 'German crimes' do not present themselves significant in numbers.

2) As I research the problem of Polish-german relations before and during the war I come across same photos of elleged German atrocities in Poland under different headins, once it is year 1939, killing partisans, then the same photo apparantly shows the killing in 1942, then 1943...and it almost always states that hundreds or thousands of people were killed but the photos never show more than several people...and when the source is checked it usually gives just a few names of victims...this is all confusing...or maybe clear! it depends how we look at the resources!

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Re: Nazi attitudes towards the Slavs.

Post by Rev2018 » Thu Feb 14, 2019 4:51 pm

http://www.executedtoday.com/2008/07/04 ... hann-paul/

Hanged men and women in Danzig by Polish communists in 1946 - after a show trial German citizens were hanged indiscriminately, men and women...horrible!

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