In 1978 Kitty Felix Hart was taken back to Auschwitz by a Yorkshire television documentary team to relive her imprisonment for the cameras. The resulting film Kitty: Return to Auschwitz was a huge success and Kitty Hart became a minor celebrity in Britain. I know NexGen has worshipped the ground she walks on ever since. These days Kitty is retired and tours schools brainwashing innocent children with her vile anti-German Holohoax stories.
Return to Auschwitz, Kitty Hart, p.141Towards evening on the sixth day the train ground to a halt again. This time there was actually a station, whose board identified it as Porta Westfalica. We had certainly covered some miles, all the way from south-east Germany to the northwest, not far from the Dutch border.
Return to Auschwitz, Kitty Hart, p.141In front of us reared high rocky mountains. As we set out up a steep winding path I began to loathe the woods and slopes I had once been so fond of. After an hour we came to a camp. How marvellous to lie on a bunk, even if it did have to be shared with a few others! Even the camp soup and potatoes were hot and tasted delicious after our long fast. Above all there was water, our first real drink for six days.
The camp was run by Dutch women prisoners, who had apparently not been treated too badly and in turn were not brutal to us. We enquired cautiously about some chimneys one of us had spotted in the distance. It turned out they were not chimneys at all but pillars with a tall historic monument in the middle. Explanation of our fears dis-gusted the Dutch women: they had never heard of gas chambers and thought we were quite mad.
The Dutch girls were quite right to be disgusted by the obvious lies being told to them by ungrateful Jew bitches.
Anyone can plainly see the Kaiser Wilhelm denkmal looks very like a Flash Gordon spaceship and nothing like Krema chimneys.
Kitty also lied about the work she was engaged in whilst at Porta Westfalica.
Return to Auschwitz, Kitty Hart, p.141After two hours’ climbing we began to descend and soon came to a proper road. At the end of it was a huge entrance cut into the solid rock. The noise was deafening. We were in an ammunition plant built into the hillside[...]
Return to Auschwitz, Kitty Hart, p.142Lifts took us down into the depths. Ventilation was so poor that after sometime you became terribly drowsy. But at least my job took only five minutes to learn and required very little physical effort. I never had an inkling of what exactly I was helping to make, and could only hope it turned out to be a dude anyway.
Germans in the underground factory, a subsidiary of Philips, worked six to eight hours a shift. We slave labourers did fourteen hours. Then we had the long plod back to camp.
She spiced her story up by claiming to work in an ammunition factory. The rather dull reality is that she helped to make radio valves and light bulbs for the Reich.
The concentration camps at Porta Westfalica were subcamps of Neuengamme:
Porta Westfalica-Hausberge (Women)Porta Westfalica-Hausberge (Women)
From mid-February 1945, around 1,000 female concentration camp prisoners, mostly Jews from Hungary and the Netherlands, were forced to work for Philips at the Hausberge camp in Porta Westfalica. These prisoners had come from Auschwitz; from the Horneburg camp for women, a satellite camp of Neuengamme concentration camp; and from the Reichenbach camp for women, a satellite camp of the Groß-Rosen concentration camp. From early October 1944, Philips had equipped the upper tunnels in the Jakobsberg hill with machines and production equipment for manufacturing communications devices for the Wehrmacht. The women were taken to the camp in two groups and forced to produce radio valves and light bulbs in the Jakobsberg facilities.
The camp was evacuated on 1 April 1945 and the prisoners were transported north for several days. Some of the women reached the Salzwedel satellite camp and were liberated by American troops on 14 April, while others were taken via the Fallersleben and Helmstedt-Beendorf satellite camps to Hamburg, where they were liberated in late April or early May 1945.
According to survivors, the commander of the camp was SS-Unterscharführer Brose.
Mid-February 1945 to 1 April 1945
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Production of radio valves and light bulbs
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All the ridges in this area of Germany were tunnelled out over the years and there are many legends about what goodies remain bricked up inside them.
Kitty receiving her OBE
Kitty Hart was finally rewarded for devoting her life to falsifying history by Queen Elizabeth II in 2003.
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I still laugh about the time KentFord9 got in a huff and demanded to know why the RODOH representative to NW Europe outranked the representative to Chicago. Come on Fordy, find me an underground Nazi installation in Chicago, dipstick. Haw, haw, haw.