piswglέnths??? Pisoglendis, its all just Greek to me.
First of all Juden declared war on the Reich, the International Juden did, demanding all Juden worldwide become 5th columnists. Prior to this, attempts were made at appeasement for peaceful settlement in other lands, just as Juden wanted.Kleon XYZ Contagion wrote: ↑Sun Jan 19, 2020 12:20 pmwhy WHOLE FAMILIES were taken from Greece, Hungary, Denmark, France and many other countries and transferred to the camps.
Let's say OK with the adults, work slaves, but what about kids and babies and elders 90 years old?
WHY should they be rounded up and taken thousand of miles away, during open war fronts and the Germans losing the war?
WHY should they devote trains, units, food, men, sources to such a strange decision.
You first, explain in a narrative that makes sense first, and then we'll talk.
Why the babies?
The Reich was well aware of the jüdisch actions in Russia which toppled the Tsar; the actions of communists in Berlin had been an issue which was hard fought and won. Juden were behind this.
People were to be evicted, mother would not go without their families; in many cases it was safer for the people to end up in Reich hands than put up with heinous pogroms in their own lands.
Juden were placed into "Protective Custody" by the nice policeman known as the Geheime Staats Polizei, which resulted in those people getting transport (some Hungarians paid for their train), paid for their labour; yes they were paid a small wage, free food, board, clothing and for many a chance to enjoy the beauty of the Polish country side. Peter Lantos a Hungarian jüdisch boy mentions all of this in his memoir "Parallel Lines"; he enjoyed working with his family in the forests and farms, treated well by the SS. Sadly for Peter they ended up at a camp, where food was short due to black market activities; his father traded food for cigarettes which resulted in his early death. Peter reports that most people died of typhus and other diseases. He had heard rumours of gassing at Birkenau, the stories were obvious rife. What is clear from the Lantos story is that the Soviets held all of the Hungarian and other people, including Greek prisoners and would not let them return home; they were needed in mother Russia. He and his mother were forced to escape.
If it were not for the Germans the Greeks would now be calling each other Komrade and drinking vodka; forget the olives and figs.