Saturday, 30 April 2011
Nazis gassed Jews with natural gas
Lying German born Jew, Anneliese Nossbaum, told school kids in
Pennsylvania that she wasn't gassed by the Nazis because:
"On May 3, 1945, she and the other women waited in line for hours, only to be
sent back to their quarters. Nossbaum later learned they had been lined up to
go to a gas chamber, but American forces had cut off the factory's gas supply."
http://winstonsmithministryoftruth.blog ... l-gas.html
Montgomery News - June 17, 2010:
Holocaust survivor shares her story at Wissahickon High
Published: Thursday, June 17, 2010
By Thomas Celona
Anneliese Nossbaum speaks to students at Wissahickon High School June 10 about her experiences as a young girl growing up during the Holocaust. Photo by THOMAS CELONA
"The trip to Auschwitz took three days by train," she said. "Everyone had a terrible, horrible feeling. No one knew where we were going."
The day she stepped off that train proved to be one of the defining moments of her life.
"Very few people can pinpoint the moment when they cease to be a child and become an adult," she said. "It was this moment: my arrival in Auschwitz."
Nossbaum said this was also the only time during the entire war she was brought to tears.
Before being separated from her father, she had torn a thumbnail-sized photograph of him from a picture. Afraid of being caught with it as she waited to be inspected by Nazi guards, she hid the tiny picture in her mouth. She waited, trying to hold onto the only thing she had left of her father, but she then looked down to see it had become just a wet piece of paper.
"It can't even be described," she said of the horrors she witnessed in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Seven months later, she was sent to a Nazi-run airplane factory, where she and the other women were forced to work 10 hours each day, seven days per week.
Soon, Allied forces began bombing nearby, and the end of the war seemed to be growing closer.
Nossbaum, however, almost didn't survive the final days.
On May 3, 1945, she and the other women waited in line for hours, only to be sent back to their quarters. Nossbaum later learned they had been lined up to go to a gas chamber, but American forces had cut off the factory's gas supply.
http://www.montgomerynews.com/articles/ ... viewmode=2