Facilities in which WARFARE or political prisoners are confined.
A massive slaughter, especially the systematic mass extermination of European Jews in Nazi concentration camps prior to and during World War II.
Global conflict involving countries of Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America that occurred between 1939 and 1945.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
The aggregate enterprise of manufacturing and technically producing chemicals. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
A high-molecular-weight polymeric elastomer derived from the milk juice (LATEX) of HEVEA brasiliensis and other trees and plants. It is a substance that can be stretched at room temperature to at least twice its original length and after releasing the stress, retract rapidly, and recover its original dimensions fully.
An ethnic group with historical ties to the land of ISRAEL and the religion of JUDAISM.
The doctrines and policies of the Nazis or the National Social German Workers party, which ruled Germany under Adolf Hitler from 1933-1945. These doctrines and policies included racist nationalism, expansionism, and state control of the economy. (from Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. and American Heritage College Dictionary, 3d ed.)

Jewish pediatricians in Nazi Germany: victims of persecution. (1/15)

The plight and fate of German Jewish pediatricians during the Nazi period in Europe has not received much attention, yet the narratives of the victims still resonate today and they deserve to be remembered. The stories of two women serve as examples of the fateful turns taken by the lives of many German Jewish pediatricians between 1933 and 1945. The two women, Dr. Luci Adelsberger and Dr. Lilli Jahn, illustrate both the ordeals endured and the disparate ways the Nazi policies ultimately spared or ended lives.  (+info)

German science and black racism--roots of the Nazi Holocaust. (2/15)

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Ten-year follow-up study of PTSD diagnosis, symptom severity and psychosocial indices in aging holocaust survivors. (3/15)

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Mortality of the Iranian ex-prisoners of war in Iraqi detention camps (1980-1990). (4/15)

BACKGROUND: The present study aimed to determine the rate and cause of the mortality of the Iranian ex-prisoners of war in Iraqi detention camps during a ten- year period (1980 - 1990) according to the documented reports. METHODS: The information extracted from the documented death certifications that have been provided by the Iraqi authorities and the Red Cross delegation. RESULTS: At least a total of 564 Iranian prisoners of war died due to the various reasons in Iraqi detention camps that show a mortality rate of 1.4% (564/40,000). The mean captivity-to-death interval was 440 (from one to 3582) days and the registered prisoners had more duration of captivity than the unregistered (1285 vs. 215 days, P= 0.001). The median and mean ages of the individuals at the time of death were 22 and 26.4+/-13 years, respectively. The mean age of the civilians was higher than the others (45.3 vs. 23.7, P=0.0001). The cause of death was not clear for 44.3% of the individuals but among the others, infectious diseases (such as dysentery, sepsis, and meningitis) and injuries (resulting from war injuries and/or torture by Iraqi forces) were the main causes of death with 15.4% and 15.6%, respectively. CONCLUSION: It seems that the mortality of the Iranian ex-prisoners of war in Iraq is more than previously reported. Therefore, more investigation is recommended to determine the exact number of the Iranian prisoners who died in Iraq.  (+info)

Emotional distress and other health-related dimensions among elderly survivors of the Shoa living in the community. (5/15)

BACKGROUND: In prior community studies survivors of the Shoa (Hebrew for Holocaust) scored higher on emotional distress (ED) than Europe-born Jews who were not in Nazi-occupied countries during World War II (WWII). OBJECTIVE: Are elderly Shoa survivors, who by definition have survived the difficulties of a long life, equally distressed? ED was assessed among a population of elderly survivors living in the community, about 55 years after the end of WWII. ED was also examined by the severity of exposure to adverse life conditions during the war. In addition, other health-related dimensions, e.g., sleep disturbances and social activities, were measured. METHODS: A national survey of 5,055 respondents, of whom 4,231 were Jewish-Israelis, was conducted among community residents aged 60 years and over. The research population included former residents of Nazi-occupied countries (N=896). This group was compared with Europe- and America-born individuals who resided elsewhere during WWII (N=331). All respondents were administered, among many other items, the 12-GHQ to measure ED and a questionnaire that included socio-demographic and other health-related variables. Bivariate and multivariate methods of analysis were used to compare distributions and to identify relevant factors. RESULTS: The group of elderly survivors was significantly more distressed than the comparison group. Individuals who had been in ghettos, hiding, or labor or extermination camps had higher mean scores than survivors who were in Nazi-occupied countries, but were spared those experiences. Multivariate analysis showed that the direct effect of the Shoa experience was no longer evident when two other Shoa-dependent variables, years of education and number of chronic health conditions, were entered into the model. Sleep disturbances were more often present in the survivors than among their counterparts, including after controlling for other variables. Social activities that contribute to well-being were more limited among survivors. CONCLUSION: Fifty years after WWII there was partial evidence of increased emotional distress among our group of elderly survivors, and clear evidence for the presence of adverse effects on other health-related dimensions and pleasurable activities.  (+info)

Broken identity: the impact of the Holocaust on identity in Romanian and Polish Jews. (6/15)

The paper is based on interviews conducted with Holocaust survivors in Poland (30 interviews) and Romania (55 interviews). It describes how the Holocaust affected survivor identity. Two aspects of identity are analyzed the sense of personal identity and social identity. Each affects the other but they are largely independent and the trauma of the Holocaust impacted each of them differently. Personal identity seems to be unrelated to either the type of trauma or the survivor's social situation. There are no significant differences in that aspect between Polish and Romanian survivors. Social identity is more related to the survivors' social situation prior to and after the trauma. The sense of identity, both personal and social, is dynamic and changes over time.  (+info)

Extermination of the Jewish mentally-ill during the Nazi era--the "doubly cursed". (7/15)

In Nazi Germany, physicians initiated a program of sterilization and euthanasia directed at the mentally-ill and physically disabled. Relatively little is known regarding the fate of the Jewish mentally-ill. Jewish mentally-ill were definitely included and targeted and were among the first who fell victim. They were systematically murdered following transfer as a specialized group, as well as killed in the general euthanasia program along with non-Jewish mentally ill. Their murder constituted an important link between euthanasia and the Final Solution. The targeting of the Jewish mentally-ill was comprised of four processes including public assistance withdrawal, hospital treatment limitations, sterilization and murder. Jewish "patients" became indiscriminate victims not only on the basis of psychiatric diagnosis, but also on the basis of race. The killing was efficiently coordinated with assembly in collection centers prior to being transferred to their deaths. The process included deceiving Jewish patients' family members and caregivers in order to extract financial support long after patients had been killed. Jewish patients were targeted since they were helpless and considered the embodiment of evil. Since nobody stood up for the Jews, the Nazis could treat the Jewish patients as they saw fit. Several differences existed between euthanasia of Jews and non-Jews, among which the Jewish mentally-ill were killed regardless of work ability, hospitalization length or illness severity. Furthermore, there was discrimination in the process leading up to killing (overcrowding, less food). For the Nazis, Jewish mentally-ill patients were unique among victims in that they embodied both "hazardous genes" and "racial toxins." For many years there has been silence relating to the fate of the Jewish mentally-ill. This deserves to be corrected.  (+info)

Johannes Heinrich Schultz and National Socialism. (8/15)

BACKGROUND: Johannes Heinrich Schultz (1884-1970) established the set of techniques known as "autogenic training." From 1936 until 1945 he worked as assistant director of the Goring Institute. His role during National Socialism has been underestimated in our opinion. METHOD: We considered Schultz's academic publications and his "autobiography" from 1964. RESULTS: Schultz publicly advocated compulsory sterilization as well as the "annihilation of life unworthy of life" and developed a diagnostic scheme which distinguished between the neurotic/curable and the hereditary/ incurable. In fact, this classification was then employed to decide between life and death. In order to justify the "New German Psychotherapy" alongside eugenic psychiatry, Schultz carried out degrading and inhuman "treatments" of homosexual prisoners of concentration camps who were in mortal danger. LIMITATIONS: This study was based on written documents. We were not able to interview contemporary witnesses. CONCLUSION: By advocating compulsory sterilization and the "annihilation of life unworthy of life" and by the abuse of homosexuals as research objects Schultz violated fundamental ethical principles of psychiatry.  (+info)

Sachsenhausen concentration camp, located in Oranienburg, Germany, was established in 1936 and used primarily for political prisoners. Its location, 22 miles north of Berlin, gave it a primary position among German concentration camps, and in fact the administrative center of all the camps was in Oranienburg. Sachsenhausen was also a training center for SS officers. Gross-Rosen concentration camp, established in 1940 as a satellite of Sachsenhausen, was actually a network of close to 100 subcamps located in eastern Germany, Czechoslovakia, and occupied Poland. At its peak in 1944, this network of camps housed 11% of the total number of inmates in Nazi concentration camps ...
CONCENTRATION CAMP PLANS FOR U.S. CITIZENS Transcript of taped message concerning the implementation of a dictatorial government in the United States. A NATIONAL EMERGENCY: TOTAL TAKEOVER This is William R. Pabst. My address is 1434 West Alabama Street, Houston, Texas 77006. My telephone number is: (713) 521-9896. This is my 1979 updated report on the concentration camp program of the Dept. of Defense of the United States. On April 20, 1976, after a rapid and thorough investigation, I filed suit on behalf of the People of the United States against various personages that had a key part in a conspiratorial program to do away with the United States as we know it. This is a progress report to you, the plaintiffs, you the People of the United States. The civil action number is 76-H-667. It is entitled, Complaint Against the Concentration Camp Program of the Dept. of Defense. It was filed in the U.S. District Court for the southern district of Texas, Houston division. The judge responsible for the ...
Her surviving became an important part of his living …. In five decades of rock n roll, the four steel strings of his bass guitar have left deep furrows at the fingernails of his right hand. The tips of his fingers are callused. With these fingers, KISS frontman Gene Simmons (70) gently strokes a name and the number 318 on a document - Flora Klein. Its his Jewish mothers maiden name. The document records her liberation from the Mauthausen concentration camp 75 years ago.. The liberation marked the end of an ordeal that included living in a ghetto in Budapest and in three Nazi concentration camps. The young woman (then 19) was liberated on 5 May 1945. Simmons sees the historic document for the first time.. ...
6:23:36 p.m. Eastern. BRET BAIER: As a Trump administration sanctions those responsible for what officials call the massive concentration camp system in North West China, we look at the case of one man whos detained there and his sister here, fighting for his release. State Department correspondent Rich Edson reports.. [Cuts to video]. RICH EDSON: After a three-week State Department business program in the United States, Ekpar Asat returned home to Xinjiang, China to build his own media business. Instead, his family says Chinese authorities arrested him and moved him into a concentration camp.. RAYHAN ASAT (Sister): Here I am achieving my American dream, where is my brother? He is detained. And his life is simply unimaginable.. EDSON: In 2016, Rayhan became the first ethnic Uighur to graduate with a masters degree from Harvard law school. Ekpar was planning on come back to the U.S. for his sisters Harvard graduation. He never made it.. ASAT: I worry that he thinks hes forgotten. I will not ...
The Lagerordnung was the Disciplinary and Penal Code, first written for Dachau concentration camp, which became the uniform code at all SS concentration camps in the Third Reich on January 1, 1934. Also known as the Strafkatalog (Punishment Catalogue), it detailed the regulations for prisoners. SS guards were instructed to report violations of the code to the commandants office. The Concentration Camps Inspectorate was responsible for execution of the resulting punishment, which was carried out without verification of the allegations or any possibility of vindication (see Procedures for punishing violations). The early, temporary concentration camps, such as Kemna concentration camp, did not have unified, coordinated regulations, but rather drew their Lagerordnung from regulations then in use at various police departments and prisons run by the justice system. Differences were nonetheless minor. Some banned smoking, others allowed prisoners to receive food parcels or visits from family ...
Bergen-Belsen, Nazi German concentration camp near the villages of Bergen and Belsen, about 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Celle, Germany. It was established in 1943 on part of the site of a prisoner-of-war camp and was originally intended as a detention camp for Jews who were to be exchanged for
These were things secretly made in the camp. Prisoners could be punished if caught but many disregarded camp rules and continued to make art in secret. Things like dolls for orphaned or lost children. Chances were not good for children at Ravensbrück. Many lost their mothers and as a result, lost what little protection they did have. Many were medically experimented on or killed. Children on their own would not survive in the camp but women would step forward and behave as surrogate/adoptive mothers, making dolls and taking care of them.[42]. The creation of art or personal belongings in the camp was strictly prohibited. Despite this, there are still artifacts found today that display resistance. A sprig of the lily of the valley[43] is a prime example. While only a piece of plastic, if caught could be considered an act of sabotage and largely punishable. In an interview done just after liberation in Sweden, Interview 420 describes: The smallest infractions were elevated to the level of ...
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shortly before the war erupted Anita had been baptized and on September 17th in 1939 she got married to Jindřich Gaydečka of German origin, which saved her from a deportation to the concentration camp and the gas chamber ... ...
Dachau: Dachau, the first Nazi concentration camp in Germany, established on March 10, 1933, slightly more than five weeks after Adolf Hitler became chancellor. Built at the edge of
http://www.rheinwiesenlager.de/Rheinwiesen.htm (Rheinswiesen, a REAL extermination camp run by the Americans; in German). http://bbet.org/leesvoer/eisenhower_deathcamps.htm [DEFUNCT; DESTROYED BY BELGIAN PIGLETS IN 2006 OR THEREABOUTS] NOTE: Eisenhowers death camps were illegal under international law, for a wide variety of reasons. They were set up after the war, in violation of every single treaty relating to the treatment of prisoners of war. The link is included only to show that this is the way Americans have always treated people. There appears to be little or nothing on the Internet about General Weylers concentration camps in Cuba; I have seen photographs of inmates from these camps at photographic exhibitions on the history of Cuba, and they are in no way different from the photographs of sick and dying inmates at Bergen-Belsen or anywhere else. In Spanish, the inmates were referred to as reconcentrados and the camps as campos [or centros] de reconcentramiento. Obviously ...
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I hope someone sees the irony in discussing words you do not like and then making reference to someones blog post about a Russian Nazi running a daycare in a concentration camp. Having done the parent of toddlers through teens bit, still doing it, it doesnt end, I have seen all types of daycare/teachers and while there where many I would have like to have strangled and some who were fired with cause for being abusive, and others who were just plain mean, over controlling and meddling, the words Nazi and concentration camp used in a jocular sense are particularly offensive. A true Nazi would have shot the kid, and concentration camps did not have picky eaters. Dont say chill, and dont say Seinfeld and soup Nazi. Think about it and where you were born and how a few decades and oceans made a big difference ...
I hope someone sees the irony in discussing words you do not like and then making reference to someones blog post about a Russian Nazi running a daycare in a concentration camp. Having done the parent of toddlers through teens bit, still doing it, it doesnt end, I have seen all types of daycare/teachers and while there where many I would have like to have strangled and some who were fired with cause for being abusive, and others who were just plain mean, over controlling and meddling, the words Nazi and concentration camp used in a jocular sense are particularly offensive. A true Nazi would have shot the kid, and concentration camps did not have picky eaters. Dont say chill, and dont say Seinfeld and soup Nazi. Think about it and where you were born and how a few decades and oceans made a big difference ...
The Nazi regime targeted all Jews, both men and women, for persecution and eventually death. The regime frequently subjected women, however, both Jewish and non-Jewish, to brutal persecution that was sometimes unique to the gender of the victims. Nazi ideology also targeted Roma (Gypsy) women, Polish women, and women with disabilities living in institutions. Certain individual camps and certain areas within concentration camps were designated specifically for female prisoners. In May 1939, the SS opened Ravensbrück, the largest Nazi concentration camp established for women. Over 100,000 women had been incarcerated in Ravensbrück by the time Soviet troops liberated the camp in 1945. In 1942, SS authorities established a compound in Auschwitz-Birkenau (also known as Auschwitz II) to incarcerate female prisoners. Among the first inmates were prisoners whom the SS transferred from Ravensbrück. At Bergen-Belsen, the camp authorities established a womens camp in 1944. The SS transferred thousands ...
In Nazi Germany, pink triangles (German: Rosa Winkel) were used as one of the Nazi concentration camp badges, used to identify male prisoners who were sent there because of their homosexuality. Every prisoner had to wear a downward-pointing triangle on their jacket, the colour of which was to categorise them by kind. Other colors identified Jewish people (two triangles superimposed as a yellow star), political prisoners, Jehovahs Witnesses, anti-social prisoners, and others the Nazis deemed undesirable. Pink and yellow triangles could be combined if a prisoner was deemed to be gay and Jewish. Originally intended as a badge of shame, the pink triangle (often inverted from its Nazi usage) has been reclaimed as an international symbol of gay pride and the gay rights movement, and is second in popularity only to the rainbow flag. Under Nazi Germany every prisoner had to wear a concentration camp badge on their jacket, the color of which categorized them into groups. Gay men had to wear the Pink ...
Massive bunker walls, up to 8 meters thick. (176k). Terezin (Theresienstadt) is a fortress that was built in 1780, located about 60 km north of Prague. The Nazis used it as a prison and a staging camp for the concentration camps. Some 35,000 Jews died in Terezin of starvation, disease, murder or suicide. Terezin was used as a public relations hoax that fooled the Red Cross twice. It was staged to show that Jews were treated fairly by the Nazis. The truth was of course far from it. In one area of Terezin a mass grave with several hundred bodies was discovered after the war. The dead are now buried outside the fortress.. Auschwitz/Birkenau (Oswiecim/Brzezinka), located in southern Poland, not far from the border to the Czech Republic, were the most notorious concentration camps. Auschwitz was established in 1940 for political prisoners. In 1941 Birkenau was established when Auschwitz became to small. Since 1942 these camps became the biggest center for the genocide that the Nazis committed on the ...
The last known Nazi camp guard living in the United States was deported to Germany, an action that the White House trumpeted Tuesday to show its harsh immigration enforcement policies are not just aimed at migrants on the border.
Together with its many satellite camps, Buchenwald was one of the largest concentration camps established within the old German borders of 1937. The camp was constructed in 1937 in a wooded area on the northern slopes of the Ettersberg, about five miles northwest of Weimar in east-central Germany. Before the Nazi takeover of power, Weimar was best known as the home of leading literary figure Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, a product of German liberal tradition in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and as the birthplace of German constitutional democracy in 1919, the Weimar Republic. During the Nazi regime, Weimar became associated with the Buchenwald concentration camp.. SS authorities opened Buchenwald for male prisoners in July 1937. Women were not part of the Buchenwald camp system until late 1943 or early 1944. Prisoners were confined in the northern part of the camp in an area known as the main camp, while SS guard barracks and the camp administration compound were located in the ...
The most consistent line of action of Nazi fascism was the enslavement of peoples and individuals; the liquidation of any freedom. Only one exception to this constant preoccupation is known. There is a single circumstance in which the Nazi Reich tough of liberating someone. By a decree issues on September 1, 1939 -- the day of unleashing the Second World War -- signed by Hitler, it was decide to grant freedom through death to there considered unnütze Esser, useless mouths. That is of the persons who, within the limits of human mind and after a through medical exclamation will be declared incurable.. The head of the Reich himself argued that the state could not afford the luxury to spend money and material goods to keep alive people who live without realizing it. They are unnütze Esser, useless mouths. Thus, the famous program of euthanasia was started, known as T-4, after the address of the headquarters of the experts in homicide: Tigerarten &emdash; Strasse &emdash; 4 &emdash; ...
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From 1941 onwards, the majority of prisoners in Neuengamme concentration camp came from countries occupied by Germany. Between 1941 and 1942, Polish prisoners were the largest group in the camp; from 1942 and 1943 on, Soviet prisoners were the majority. In total, 90 percent of the prisoners in Neuengamme concentration camp were foreigners. More than half came from Eastern and Central Europe, but there were also large groups of prisoners from France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark. They were imprisoned because they resisted German occupation, because they were slave labourers serving punishment or because they had been abducted as hostages and victims of acts of retaliation. In 1941, Soviet POWs began arriving at Neuengamme, and in 1944 and 1945 larger groups of Jews from different European countries were sent to the camp ...
Jews and other devalued and dehumanized groups were regarded as fitting material for medical and biological experiments that were forbidden under Germanys Guidelines for Human Experimentation (1931) (details above). These included handicapped persons and numerous ethnic and groups who were expelled from German society. Foremost among these were Jews, who were systematically stripped of their rights as citizens and through a series of German Racial Hygiene laws, they were stripped of their property, expelled from schools, forbidden to use telephones, banned from public transportation, exempted from labor safety legislation, allowed limited rations, subjected to forced labor and tax laws, restricted to ghettoes, and beginning in 1941, Jews were required to wear a Star of David on their clothing to readily identify them. These measures were all backed by the academic medical and scientific community.. Jews were relegated to sub-human pariah status; equated with vermin that carry contagion and ...
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Scientific experiments were also done in other concentration camps. A decisive fact is that IG employee SS major Dr. med. Helmuth Vetter, stationed in several concentration camps, participated in these experiments by order of Bayer Leverkusen. At the same time as Dr. Joseph Mengele, experimented in Auschwitz with medications that were designated B-1012, B-1034, 3382 or Rutenol. The test preparations were not only applied to those prisoners who were ill, but also to healthy ones. These people were first infected on purpose through pills, powdered substances, injections or enemas. Many of the medications caused the victims to vomit or have bloody diarrhoea. In most cases the prisoners died as a result of the experiments. In the Auschwitz files correspondence was discovered between the camp commander and Bayer Leverkusen. It dealt with the sale of 150 female prisoners for experimental purposes: With a view to the planned experiments with a new sleep-inducing drug we would appreciate it if ...
Latrine in the Womens Camp - BIb. On the wall, Verhalte dich ruhig (Behave yourself quiet). Gisella Pearl, an inmate in BIa described in her book the situation the prisoners faced. There was one latrine for thirty to thirty-two thousand women and we were allowed to use it at only certain hours of the day. We stood in line to get in to this tiny building, knee deep in human excrement. As we all suffered from dysentery, we could rarely wait until our turn came and soiled our ragged clothes, which never came off our bodies, thus adding to the horror of our existence by the terrible smell which surrounded us like a cloud.*. What motivates men and women to treat their fellow humans in this fashion? Places so primitive, so bereft of human dignity, they are really nothing more than what we offer cattle, if that. At least we feed our cattle and protect them from disease. One answer is the SS saw the prisoners as less than human, dehumanized, even not human, merely insects. There was also a ...
This weekend, we published a two-part story about the rather amazing 32-year Scientology career of John Brousseau, whose adventures included driving for L. Ron Hubbard,...
January 1915 [corrected 11/24/15] and was a university student at the time of his arrest. Unlike many homosexuals during this time, he had revealed his homosexuality to his mother and was still accepted in his family. Under paragraph 175 of the criminal code Heger was arrested without warning in March 1939 and taken to a prison where he remained for six months with criminal inmates. Although he was promised release after six months he was then transported to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. He was later transferred to the Flossenbürg camp, where remained until its liberation by US forces in April 1945... Much of Heger s autobiography is devoted to the description of the terrible condition the inmates were forced to survive in and the methods Heger used for survival. Although many men, including Heger, were put into concentration camps because of their homosexuality, this did not prevent other men, not convicted as homosexuals, to participate in homosexual acts. In fact, Heger was able to ...
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Among the original Japanese American teachers of the Hakiu was Ozawa Neiji (1886) and Kumuro Kyotaro (1885), teaching the original pre-war Fresno Club of Matsuda Hekisamei, Ozawa Waka, Gomyo Reiko, Hosoda Chiyoko, Shinda Yuko, Takeda Senbo, Miwa Kogen, Saga Shokoshi, Kawada Michiko, Sumioa Reishi, Kameno Kazuko, Uemaruko Shizuku, Yamada Shuko and Masumoto Bisho. The Stockton Delta Ginsha Group consisted of Agari Yotenchi, Fujita Tojo, Fukuda Hisao, Hirai Tokuji, Iguchi Tyonan, Kanow Soichi, Koyama Kido, Kume Seioshi, Kunimori Honjyoshi, Matsui Ryokuin, Morimoto Misen, Nakao Yajin, Okamoto Hyakuissei, Okamoto Kikuha, Okamoto Shiho, Ouchide Konan, Oyama Yashimatsu, Shintomi Daisha, Suzuki Shonan, Takaoka Hiroyo, Takaoka Senbinshi, Taniguchi Sadayo, Taniguchi Isamu, Tsuekawa Hangetsu, Tsunekawa Takako, and Yamada Jyosha. The Tule Lake Valley Ginsha Poets consisted of Hirai Tokuji, Matsuda Hekisamei, Matusuda Kazue (Violet Kazue de Christoforo), Matsushita Suiko, Morimoto Misen, Okamoto Hyakuissei, ...
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Ansel Adams the landscape photography legend, creates an extraordinary set of photographs of Japanese life at the Manzanar War Relocation Center.
The 2018 National Teacher of the Year is helping to organize a 24-hour teach in outside a detention camp for migrant children.
When the American Nordhausen-Dora process began in Dachau, summer of 1947, there was almost nothing to be seen from the Dora camp. Accused were at Dachau besides 14 members and four Kapos also the Factory-General-Manager George Rickhey. In contrast to the previous American processes in the concentration camp Dachau the Judgements passed down were quite mild. With the former detention camp leader Hans Möser only one was sentenced to death. Georg Rickhey and three other defendants were for lack of evidence acquitted (he, Rickhey, managed successfully to put all the blame on the deceased head of production in the Mittelwerk plant, Albin Sawatzki), and all others received prison sentences, but none of them had to serve the sentences passed down by the Military Court. Even Otto Brinkmann, the former officer in charge of the camp Ellrich-Juliushütte, who was convicted to life imprisonment left 1958 ahead of its full term, the prison of Landsberg am Lech.The Dachau-Dora Trials in their process was ...
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It is actually true that Nazis did use phenol as a means of extermination at concentration camps and death camps. However, VRM neglects to mention that what the Nazis used was a big syringe full of concentrated aqueous phenol. Basically, the Nazi physician or guard would draw up a syringe of the stuff and inject it directly into the prisoners heart. It was a horrible way to die, and thousands were killed this way during the Holocaust, including children. Moreover, the reason that Nazi doctors moved to use intracardiac injection was because intravenous injection was too slow to kill. Victims would linger for minutes, or even more than an hour. Directing the phenol directly into the heart was much faster.. Once again, what the clueless clods at VRM fail to acknowledge is that its the dose that makes the poison. The amount of phenol in vaccines is minuscule, in essence trace amounts. The amount of phenol used by Nazi physicians to kill involved gram quantities. By juxtaposing the trace amounts of ...
The following is a commentary piece by Gann Matsuda that is not an official statement by the Manzanar Committee. LOS ANGELES - Although this has nothing to do, at least not directly, with Manzanar or the Manzanar Committee, it has everything to do with the kind of ignorance we are continually are fighting against, so…
ThyssenKrupp: This fine company was an ally of Prescott Bush at Brown Brothers Harriman and other domestic fascist investors, and was key to Nazi aggression in the 40s: ... Fritz Thyssen, the elder son of August, is remembered more for his association with Adolf Hitler than for his business skills. Frustrated by his fathers long tenure at the head of the company, Fritz channeled his energies into right-wing politics aiming to subvert the Weimar Republic. He became an early supporter of the Nazi party. Fritz later fell out with the Nazis and recanted in a ghostwritten autobiography titled I Paid Hitler. He fled Germany in 1939, was captured in Vichy, France, and incarcerated from 1941 to November 1943 in a mental asylum and then until the end of the war in concentration camps. After World War II, Fritzs break with the Nazis was largely accepted by a denazification court, which fined him 15 percent of his German properties. At the end of 1948 he immigrated to Latin America ...
In August 1941, SS chief Heinrich Himmler attended a demonstration of a mass-shooting of Jews in Minsk arranged by Arthur Nebe, after which he vomited. Regaining his composure, Himmler decided that alternative methods of killing should be found.[4] He turned to Nebe to explore more convenient ways of killing that were less stressful for the killers. Nebe decided to try experimenting by murdering Soviet mental patients, first with explosives near Minsk, and then with automobile exhaust at Mogilev.[5] Nebes experiments led to the utilization of the gas van.[6] This vehicle had already been used in 1940 for the gassing of East Prussian and Pomeranian mental patients in the Soldau concentration camp.[7] Another source states that the vans were first tested on Soviet prisoners in Sachsenhausen.[8]. Gas vans were used, particularly at Chełmno extermination camp, until gas chambers were developed as a more efficient method for killing large numbers of people. There were two types of gas vans in ...
Introduction. Families who take care of a mentally-ill family member might experience immense difficulties (Hughes 2005). These families are in desperate need of support and understanding (Hughes 2005). Lately, the tendency of caring for a mentally-ill family member at home is common because of the high costs of institutional care, poor institutional care and limited availability of institutional care (Sreeja et al. 2009).. The main goal of taking care of a mentally-ill family member at home is to enable people with mental health problems to integrate into society and lead normal lives (Hsiao & Van Riper 2010). As a consequence of this unexpected shift, the families of mentally-ill family members were given an unexpected caregiving role for which they were both untrained and unprepared (Corsentino et al. 2008). As a result of this, families and healthcare providers had to form new partnerships to provide care to mentally-ill family members.. Caring for an individual with a mental illness in ...
Are you being manipulated by your own ignorance of the history of National Socialism? Read this all-telling quote written by the prolific journalist Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge regarding the Lefts idiotic comparisons of the Southern U.S. border to the actual Concentration Camps of WWII:. Tweets childishly mocking political opponents and regulations preventing a small number of self-declared trans people from joining the Army have nothing to do with Dachau. To cite 2019 border facilities or exaggerate the historical impact of a march in Charlottesville is to turn Dachau relative, the dial jiggered to magnify some other event. It makes people numb; it dumbs down discussion; it is cheap, inaccurate, and exploitative. It demands mighty outrage from a partial set of facts. Both butterflies and elephants have legs, but no one should claim a butterfly is an elephant.. Thats the plan from the Left. Theyre going to further dumb down the National Socialists who want free everything and spread the ...
Tyrmands journal is a day-by-day account of his life in Warsaw during the first three months of 1954, that interval between Stalins death in March 1953 and Krushchevs Secret Speech to the 20th Party Congress in February 1956, signaling the start of the so-called thaw. Tyrmand (1920-1985) is thirty-three, a journalist and wit, a fixture of the citys literary scene, inspiration to its bikiniarze (hipsters) and former president of the Warsaw Jazz Club. In 1941, while working in the Polish underground, Tyrmand was arrested by the NKVD and sentenced to corrective labor in the Gulag. During the Nazi bombing of Vilnius, he escaped his eastbound prison transport and headed west. A Jew, he survived the Holocaust by acquiring French papers and going to work in Germany. (Tyrmand was nothing if not brazen.) In 1944 he took a job peeling potatoes in the hold of a German transport ship. He jumped ship in Norway, was recaptured and held in a concentration camp near Oslo, where he survived the war. ...
It was outrageous to me that the adults would cave to the intimidation. My passion for not backing down was as a student broadcast journalist and the lessons Id learned making our first film, We Must Remember. In response to that film, it was white supremacists who were angry and contacting us, but we didnt drop the project. The documentary was about American teens who discover the horrors of the Holocaust first hand by interviewing survivors, traveling to several concentration camps in Europe, and interviewing German teens with Nazi grandparents. The Academy Award winning producer for Schindlers List, Branko Lustig, took our team to Croatia for the international premiere. There the filmmakers had the opportunity to speak to Serbian, Muslim, and Croatian teens about the lesson we learned. We Must Remember was made to promote tolerance and alert people to the dangers of bullying, while teaching history from a peer-to-peer approach. How could we back down from a topic because of bullying after ...
In this remarkable, never-before-told account of the Ovitz family, seven of whose ten members were dwarves, readers bear witness to the best and worst of humanity and to the terrible irony of the Ovitzs fate: being burdened with dwarfism helped them endure the Holocaust. Israeli authors Yehuda Koren and Eilat Negev weave the tale of a beloved and successful family of performers who were famous entertainers in Central Europe until the Nazis deported them to Auschwitz in May 1944. Descending into the hell of the concentration camp from the transport train, the Ovitz family known widely as the Lilliput Troupe was separated from other Jewish victims. Dr. Josef Mengele was notified of their arrival and they were assigned better quarters and provided more nutritious food than other inmates. The authors chronicle Mengeles experiments upon the Ovitzs, and the creepy fondness he developed for these small people, even the songs he composed and sang to this family of singers, dancers, and klezmorim. ...
By Nathan Grubman. Usually reminiscences from the Holocaust mean tales of terror and of brutality, which can never be properly told because no language in the whole world has the words adequately to describe what has happened. Some forty odd years have passed since. One would think that all stories that possibly could have been told have already been told and there is nothing more left to say. Not so. This is a yet untold story about a speckle of individual compassion and humanity, which sparkled in that time of darkness and indifference. It is a story about one nameless hero who, in his own ever so small way, while putting his own life on the line, eased the agony, and saved the life of an equally nameless victim - prisoner number 86916. It was early summer of 1944. I had not yet turned seventeen and already was a veteran of several concentration camps. My left hand, badly injured in a factory accident, was wrapped in old papers and rags. It was a painful reminder of the last slave labor camp, ...
By Nathan Grubman. Usually reminiscences from the Holocaust mean tales of terror and of brutality, which can never be properly told because no language in the whole world has the words adequately to describe what has happened. Some forty odd years have passed since. One would think that all stories that possibly could have been told have already been told and there is nothing more left to say. Not so. This is a yet untold story about a speckle of individual compassion and humanity, which sparkled in that time of darkness and indifference. It is a story about one nameless hero who, in his own ever so small way, while putting his own life on the line, eased the agony, and saved the life of an equally nameless victim - prisoner number 86916. It was early summer of 1944. I had not yet turned seventeen and already was a veteran of several concentration camps. My left hand, badly injured in a factory accident, was wrapped in old papers and rags. It was a painful reminder of the last slave labor camp, ...
In the novel, Night, Elie Wiesel narrates his experience as a young Jewish boy during the holocaust. The captured Jews are enslaved in concentration camps,
About the memorial: Memorial sculpture group to the memory of prisoners of war and victims of concentration camps 1914-1945, c.1967-69 by Fred Kormis, sited at Gladstone Park, Dollis Hill. This group comprises five fibreglass resin sculptures with bronze powder. Four male seated figures occupy a series of stepped platforms, with a fifth standing at the margin of the group. The platforms are clad in dark brindled brick paviours and surrounded by a cobbled surface of pebbles set into cement with a paviour border. The group is set against a sloping wall of shuttered reinforced concrete, painted white. Although the seated figures are arranged in contrasting postures they depict male figures of similar appearance, with swaddling-like wound strips of clothing, as if the same individual is shown at different states or conditions. Kormis described the sequence of figures as a five-chapter novel, each chapter describing a successive state of mind of internment: stupor after going into captivity; ...
Most of the Jews in Nazi concentration camps comprehended that they would not survive. Yet, within the ghettos, the incarcerated Jews maintained commerce, prayer, schools, and sometimes even orchestras. They had civic leaders, medical clinics and religious celebrations. Hidden from the SS, the Jews observed all of the covenants and rituals of Judaism, including holidays, marriage ceremonies, burials and circumcisions. Along the terrifying path to the gas chambers of Nazi-occupied Europe, Jews lived, loved, learned and died. Somehow, many of the Jews of Nazi ghettos and concentration camps fabricated a normal life for their progeny. Despite their impending mortality, they created a normal world on the inside to protect children from the raging genocide on the outside. Such was the nature of their love. But there was more at stake than parental affection. They recognized that Judaism cannot survive without Jewish children ...
Most of the Jews in Nazi concentration camps comprehended that they would not survive. Yet, within the ghettos, the incarcerated Jews maintained commerce, prayer, schools, and sometimes even orchestras. They had civic leaders, medical clinics and religious celebrations. Hidden from the SS, the Jews observed all of the covenants and rituals of Judaism, including holidays, marriage ceremonies, burials and circumcisions. Along the terrifying path to the gas chambers of Nazi-occupied Europe, Jews lived, loved, learned and died. Somehow, many of the Jews of Nazi ghettos and concentration camps fabricated a normal life for their progeny. Despite their impending mortality, they created a normal world on the inside to protect children from the raging genocide on the outside. Such was the nature of their love. But there was more at stake than parental affection. They recognized that Judaism cannot survive without Jewish children ...
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Imperialism according to the conception of Che: the highest form of development of capitalism, with the purpose to conquer economical and political power world wide. Sometimes by setting up a puppet government in a developing country, sometimes through deals laid down by the International Monetary Fund or the World Bank. That is the favourite way capitalist governments subdue developing countries to open up their economies to the interests of western multinational concerns. In case such countries wont keep in line, the ultimate trick is to launch a military intervention under the flag of the United Nations to restore democracy or human rights ...
Lust, sex and love figure strongly in Martin Shermans Bent, but trust, fidelity and betrayal combine to form the strongest images. First produced in 1979 and a 1980 Tony nominee as best drama,
This documentary follows a Holocaust survivor in 1965 on an emotional pilgrimage to Bergen Belsen, the last of 11 concentration camps where he was held by the Nazis. ...This film is part of the playlist: International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Originally published in The Boston Jewish Advocate, April 1999). While concentration camp survivors recently marched to the New England Holocaust Memorial, they interrupted a birthday picnic.. The dozen or so little girls camped out on a blanket must have been surprised to see a parade trudge by them, some of the visitors wearing yellow stickers saying JUDE. No doubt, Boston Mayor Tom Menino and Gov. Paul Cellucci were not recognized by the party - just two more serious grown-ups walking toward the glass towers looking really, really sad.. The young mother in charge of the girls had staked out a prime piece of real estate. Nice grass. A wall of finely pruned shrubbery to give the kids some boundaries. Its the perfect place to blow out the candles, sing Happy Birthday, and open presents.. And thats what they did. Overwhelmed by the mass of people, the girls stopped screaming and playing tag moments before the Mourners Kaddish. They meant no disrespect. At six or seven years old, theyre at ...
Get this from a library! The Complete history of the Holocaust. [Mitchell Geoffrey Bard;] -- Essays describe several aspects of the Holocaust, including its background, the ghettos, the concentration camps, the victims, resistance efforts, rescuers, the aftermath, and other topics; also ...
October 31, 1941 56067/440-B The Honorable The Secretary of VTar Viashington, D. C. ay da or 21r. Secretory� This is to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of October 25, 1941, forwarding an instrument amending the original perait of April 9, 1941, granting permission to the Department of Justice (United States Immigration and Naturalisation Service) to use and occupy the Fort Missoula Military Reservation, Montana, as a detention camp, so as to eliminate Building No. 46 therefrom, returning sane to the War Department for the use of the Army. Sincerely, Attorney General ...
October 31, 1941 56067/440-B The Honorable The Secretary of VTar Viashington, D. C. ay da or 21r. Secretory� This is to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of October 25, 1941, forwarding an instrument amending the original perait of April 9, 1941, granting permission to the Department of Justice (United States Immigration and Naturalisation Service) to use and occupy the Fort Missoula Military Reservation, Montana, as a detention camp, so as to eliminate Building No. 46 therefrom, returning sane to the War Department for the use of the Army. Sincerely, Attorney General ...
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140907085645-121497922-it-s-time-to-close-guantanamo-bay-detention-campAmnesty International has called the Guantanamo Bay detention camp the
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Mr Irving said that the Reinhardt camps were the real killing centres but that the Nazis had extinguished all traces of them.. He added that during his court case he was obliged to show remorse, but he had now decided I have no need any longer to show remorse.. He said that his experience serving 400 days in solitary confinement alongside rapists, bank robbers and car thieves meant that he met the sort of people you wouldnt normally meet and saw the sort of things you wouldnt normally see.. Irving had been in custody since his November 2005 arrest on charges arising from two speeches he gave in Austria in 1989.. He had been accused of denying the Nazis extermination of six million Jews.. He argued that most of those who died at concentration camps, including Auschwitz, succumbed to diseases such as typhus rather than execution ...
BERLIN - The International Tracing Service in Germany has uploaded more than 13 million documents from Nazi concentration camps, including prisoner cards and death notices, to help Holocaust researchers and others investigate the fate of victims.
Set during World War II, this captivating drama stars Marlon Brando as a German war deserter blackmailed into conducting an apparent suicide mission for the British. Forced to pose as an SS officer, Robert Crain (Brando) must seize a German freighter booby-trapped to explode upon capture. Complicating the situation, sixteen prisoners of war are also brought on board, including a beautiful young concentration camp survivor (Janet Margolin). Brando delivers a brilliant performance, and Yul Brynner shines as the ship s captain. A tension-filled, action-packed espionage drama that also features a stunning appearance by Trevor Howard, MORITURI will keep you riveted until its last powerful scene.. ...
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Nazi human experimentation was medical experimentation on large numbers of people by the German Nazi regime in its concentration camps during World War II. At A
Sponsor: Dr. Todd Berryman. Inspired by a quote from Elie Wiesel on his books, Lauren Bartshe and Julie Champlin plan to give him-and others who write about the Holocaust-a visual medium of expression through photography. They will travel to Germany and Poland to visit concentration camps, which were used primarily to house and detain prisoners, and death camps, which were used as killing centers. At each site, they will record the camps current state and eventually pair each image with writings by Holocaust survivors, American soldiers, and SS guards. The images and writings will be used in a book they design and produce. Through public presentations, they also hope to combat the desensitization they have seen among their peers about the emotional force of the Holocaust. Holistically, we hope this project, a culmination of the past and the present, will serve as a springboard for discussion inside the classroom and throughout the Hendrix community, they said.. Wendell ...
Not only so, but we also rejoice in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character hope. Romans 5:3-4. Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist as well as a Holocaust survivor. As a concentration camp inmate, he discovered the importance of finding meaning in all forms of existence, even the most brutal ones, and thus, a reason to continue living in spite of all the evil surrounding him. Viktor Frankl later wrote about the patients he served after the Holocaust and declared, I would say that our patients never really despair because of any suffering in itself! Instead, their despair stems in each instance from a doubt as to whether suffering is meaningful. Man is ready and willing to shoulder any suffering as soon and as long as he can see a meaning in it.. In todays passage, the Apostle Paul must have provided the genesis for the words of Viktor Frankl. Paul reminds his brothers and sisters in Rome that he and ...
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Her parents were Abraham Wiesner, a textile merchant, and Frieda Wiesner.. Her father was taken to Buchenwald concentration camp in October 1939. He died in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp in Nazi-occupied Poland in March 1943.. Her mother was sent to the Warsaw ghetto in July 1942 with her sister, Lily, who was murdered in the Holocaust.. She was a member of Bachad and was sent to the hostel in Ascot when some Boys who should have been sent to Liverpool were sent there by mistake.. Her first husband was a doctor from Liverpool, Dr Sidney Newman. She married twice and had two children from each marriage.. She died on Kibbutz Lavi in 2004.. This profile was written by Ruby Kwartz.. ...
The 70th anniversary of the liberation of the notorious Nazi concentration camp could mark the last major commemoration for many Holocaust survivors.
An exhibition at New Yorks Jewish Museum is causing a scandal. Its meant to inspire younger generations to think about the brutality of the concentration camps. But Holocaust survivors say the show is demeaning.
A moving account of educator and Holocaust survivor Laughlins experiences living in the Warsaw Ghetto and later, two concentration camps in the north and south of Poland.
On a recent trip to Europe, a family of three generations (a Holocaust survivor, his daughter and his grandchildren) dance to Gloria Gaynors pop song - I Will Survive at concentration camps and memorials throughout Europe.
Why has the field of bioethics not attended more closely to the Holocaust and the role played by German medicine and science in the Holocaust? Why have the moral arguments bluntly presented by the Nazis received so little attention? These are questions that do not permit simple answers.. The crimes of doctors and biomedical scientists revealed at the Nuremberg trials were overwhelming in their cruelty. Physicians and scientists supervised and, in some cases, actively participated in the genocide of millions, directly engaged in the torture of thousands, and provided the scientific underpinning for genocide. Hundreds of thousands of psychiatric patients and senile elderly persons were killed under the direct supervision of physicians and nurses. Numerous scientists and physicians, some of whom headed internationally renowned research centers and hospitals, engaged in cruel and sometimes lethal experiments on nonconsenting inmates of concentration camps.. Ironically, the scale of immorality is one ...
BERLIN (AP) - An activist group has apologized to Jewish organizations outraged over their use of purported Holocaust victims remains in an installation outside Germanys parliament building meant to draw attention to the perils of far-right extremism.. The Center for Political Beauty, a Germany-based activist group known for provocative stunts, installed an urn outside the Reichtstag building on Monday, saying it contained victims remains that it had unearthed from 23 locations near Nazi death and concentration camps in Germany, Poland and Ukraine. Soil the group said contained the remains could be seen in the transparent orange urn, about the size of an oil drum, set atop a metal pillar.. Following the uproar from Jewish organizations decrying the stunt as an instrumentalization of the Holocaust and an affront to the dead, the group apologized and by Thursday morning the urn had been wrapped in opaque black plastic so its contents could not be seen.. We want to apologize especially to ...
Rembrandts Shadow by Janet Lee Berg tells the story of Sylvie Rosenberg, a teenage daughter of a successful but emotionally distant art dealer in Holland in the 1930s. When the Nazis occupy the country, her father trades a painting by Rembrandt for his daughters safety and that of 25 other Jews.. Sylvie finds herself standing on a train platform surrounded by Gestapo, guns, and attack dogs, wondering if the next train will take her to Spain or to a concentration camp. Across locations and decades, the book follows her experiences at a British internment facility in Jamaica and on to Long Island, where a new life with a door-to-door salesman ends up with her and her son being abandoned.. The debut novel, just published by Post Hill Press, is based on the experiences of the Katz family, of whom Ms. Bergs husband is a descendant. Ms. Berg, the author of Glitz of the Hamptons and a contributor of essays to The Star for many years, will read from it on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Quogue Library. ...
A tentative piece of evidence on the origin of the gas van is provided by the testimony of Gustav S., Arbeitsdienstführer of concentration camp Sachsenhausen, who testified that a gas van constructed in Sachsenhausen was sent to Stralsund in 1938 to kill mentally ill people (however, as far as it is known, the killings were done by the SS-Sturmbann Eimann in late 1939 by shooting [10]). According to Gustav S. gas vans were also sent to the Umsiedlungsstab (resettlement staff) and the Bataillon Sauer in Posznan until about June 1940 [11], which is a reference to the Umwandererzentralstelle (Central Emigration Office) in Poznan and its official Albert Sauer. As pointed out by historian Götz Aly, there was a close connection between the settlement of ethnic Germans from the Baltics and killing of mentally ill patients by SS-Sturmbann Eimann in Pomerania and West-Prussia and Sonderkommando Lange in the Wartheland in September 1939 - April 1940 [12]. There is no corroborative evidence for the ...
Dachau was Germanys first concentration camp and it remained in ghastly operation all the way until the end of the war in 1945. This documentary stands as
15.04.20 10:47am In 1945, Alfred Hitchcock advised on a film that would catalogue the atrocities uncovered in concentration camps by Allied troops. Now the Imperial War Museum has completed the film with previously unseen footage.. Read more here: http://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/apr/20/holocaust-film-restored-imperial-war-museum. ...
It is a complicated thing to find beauty in something truly awful. That is a major theme in this French documentary which looks at works of art created secretly during the Holocaust in concentration camps. Painters are interviewed in a multitude of languages - a sign of the diverse directions in which survivors have gone in the decades since the Holocaust - about the origins and motivations of their work, how they turned horrifying sights of dead bodies and true agony into something for the world to see, though they could not know at that time that they would survive and that others would in fact be able to view their work. This is a film that pairs silence with images to magnify the intensity of what viewers are looking at, an effective tool to drive home the horrific nature of what was seen and how it has been transformed into something permanent and artistic ...
In the morning attended a special action from the womens concentration camp (Muslims); the most dreadful of horrors. Master-Sergeant Thilo (troop doctor) was right when he said to me that this is the anus mundi. In the evening towards 8:00 attended another special action from Holland. Because of the special rations they get a fifth of a liter of schnapps, 5 cigarettes, 100 g salami and bread, the men all clamor to take part in such actions. Today and tomorrow (Sunday) work ...
Holocaust functionlists around 1970 started making arguments such as Einsatzgruppen commanders having started the genocidal killings on their own initiative. Later, during the Holocaust trials they lied about this and claimed the existence of superior orders in order to receive reduced punishments. Holocaust revisionist arguments on the lack of a documented Hitler order (see Holocaust documentary evidence) and other research have been argued to have influenced this.[2] One combination of the intentionalist and functionalist views is that Hitler somewhat later in the war approved of these not ordered initial genocidal killings by the Einsatzgruppen and allowed the expansion of the Holocaust from Eastern Europe to all of Europe. An often claimed date for this delayed Hitler order is on 12 December 1941, at a Reich Chancellery meeting. See Alleged statements by Hitler on the Holocaust: Goebbelss diary. Functionalist views have become increasingly popular. One explanation for the popularity of ...
Benedict, Libby (Managing editor). PRESS RELEASES OF THE INDEPENDENT JEWISH PRESS SERVICE, INC OCTOBER-DECEMBER, 1941. The Independent Jewish Press Service, Inc, New York, 1941. 1st Edition. Original Stapled Wrappers. Folio. 161 Issues between October 3rd and December 30th, [about 864 pages]; 36 cm. Of tremendous historical importance. These 161 American press releases from before and after US involvement in World War II contain detailed day-to-day reporting on the ongoing Holocaust atrocities and were distributed in America. A November 17th 1941 article entitled, Polish Jews Advertise Own Execution describes a gruesome scene in the Fort VII concentration camp. Having been forced to wear large posters on their backs with the following notice in German… I shall be hung tomorrow at eleven oclock three Jews were hanged in by the Nazis in Poznan… one… for having stolen a piece of bread, the other two for illegally possessing honey…. Their execution was watched by all the Jews from the ...
The fact that the evidence for the biggest crime in history solely relies upon eyewitness testimony is highly embarassing for the Holocaust historians because the total unreliability of such eyewitnesses, especially Jewish ones, has been proven innumerable times. In the USA, Frank Walus, a retired factory worker of Polish extraction, was put on trial after Simon Wiesenthal and his gang had accused him of unspeakable atrocities in a German concentration camp. No less than eleven Jewish liars declared under oath that they had personally seen Walus fiendishly torturing and murdering Jewish prisoners. Walus spent all his savings and run into debt to finance his defense. He finally obtained documents from Germany which proved that he had spent the entire war as an agricultural worker on a Bavarian farm. The accusation broke down, and Walus was acquitted. (1).. During the war and in the immediate postwar period, there were all kind of gruesome eyewitness reports about Jews being exterminated by ...
There is an hour of the day which falls between returning from the factory and the evening Appell, a distinctive, always bustling and liberated hour that I, for my part, always looked forward to and enjoyed the most while in the Lager; as it happened, this was generally also suppertime. This is the voice of Gyuri, a 14-year-old boy from a Jewish family in Budapest, remembering life in a German concentration camp in the summer of 1944. It is also the voice of Imre Kertész. His own experiences in the camps gave rise to his masterpiece, a novel whose utter originality sets it apart from all other writing about the Holocaust. Fateless, which won Kertész the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002, is not - he has said - an autobiography, but uses the form of an autobiographical novel.. Gyuri is seized in a vast, random round-up of Hungarian Jews and herded onto a train for Auschwitz. Selected for work rather than the gas chambers, he is soon moved with a transport of labour Jews from Auschwitz to ...
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During World War II, a high-ranking Nazi physician, Dr. Josef Mengele, rose to infamy for carrying out evil, sadistic experiments on prisoners of the Nazis. In 1943, Mengele was stationed at Auschwitz-Birkenau -- concentration camps where numerous Poles, homosexuals, Soviets, Jews, and Roma met horrible and untimely deaths. Mengele would inspect incoming camp prisoners and assign them to work, experimentation, and purportedly the gas chambers.. Mengele carried out his barbarism with indifference. His social Darwinist views called for the sterilization of those deemed genetically inferior, mentally deficient, physically deformed, or afflicted with other disorders.. Auschwitz was the cesspool in which the detached but demented mind of Mengele fed. The prisoners suffered the most unhygienic of conditions in their barracks. Typhus and diarrhea proliferated along with human parasites. In this gulag, Mengele sought to understand genetic engineering and thereby eliminate so-called inferior gene pools ...
They arrived in Europe in January 1945, entered combat on March 12, 1945 and liberated Ohrdruf concentration camp on April 6th. During or immediately after the liberation of Ohrdruf, he took a number of proof pictures of the atrocities and conditions of the camp. He took few as he was too emotionally overwhelmed to continue. His photographs include inmate barracks; 3 photographs of groups of emaciated, slaughtered inmates; a Polish slave survivor acting as guide; a Russian slave survivor eating C rations; the entryway of the SS compound; a group of 4 survivors in the entry of building #2 at the camp; crematoria at Dachau; entryway at Dachau, after the liberation when it was already set aside as a memorial; Dachau torture manikins; entrance to the Jewish Lagar at Deggendorf; entrance to Ohrdruf; a photo of non-specific buildings at Ohrdruf; a photo of Burger Beau Heller where Hitler started out, in Munich. There is also a photograph of freed British POW taken at Zwickau Germany right after ...
Like All the Light We Cannot See last week, this is one of those generations-spanning, world-tramping novels that takes real events in World War II as its starting point. Jack, stationed in Salzburg at the very end of the war, is charged with guarding a train filled with the valuables of Hungarian Jews sent to concentration camps: their jewellery, silverware, artworks. A century later, his granddaughter travels to Budapest to try to reunite a particular piece of jewellery - a bejewelled peacock, purloined by Jack - to its rightful owner, or as near to such a person as possible. And in 1913, at the dawn of the fight for womens rights, a psychoanalyst is called in to help a young Hungarian proto-suffragette whose story will become entwined with the peacock ornaments. I liked the leapfrogging structure of this book, which moves through three distinct time periods, united by works of art; its uneven, however, since compared to the engaging WWII narrative and the psychoanalysts notes on his young ...
Washington, DC (NEO) - We used to think that cruel and inhuman experiments on human beings were conducted only in the concentration camps of Nazi Germany. However, unfortunately, we ever more often find out that such experiments are performed almost regularly in the United States by US intelligence agencies, and even citizens of the United States are among those who suffer in these experiments on human beings.. Recently, the international community obtained yet another piece of evidence of criminal nature of the CIA - the main instrument of Washingtons democracy. As follows from the secret documents made public by The Guardian newspaper, the CIA, in its program of torture of alleged terrorists in US prisons, performed inhuman experiments on human beings in the style of Nazi Germany butchers.. The American Civil Rights Union got a secret document submitted by the journalists of The Guardian newspaper (UK), from which it becomes apparent that the CIA director authorized his employees to ...
A dark period for Jodensavanne during World War II resulted in maps that are of great historic value today. Both America and Holland had an interest in protecting the bauxite mines of Suriname (then Dutch Guiana), and the Dutch government used Jodensavanne as a concentration camp for persons thought to be collaborating with the Germans. The allegations were never proven, yet 146 men, mostly of Dutch and Indonesian descent, remained at Jodensavanne from 1942 until 1946. They cleaned the cemetery and synagogue of overgrown jungle, and made an early map of the bluestone and marble grave markers. They also made beautiful black and white line drawings of the site, altogether a great contribution ...
Mario Capecchi has led a remarkable life. At four-and-a-half years old, during World War II, his mother was sent to Dachau concentration camp leading-eventually- to Mario living as a street child for nearly four years, coming in and out of orphanages and almost dying of malnutrition. From this hugely challengi...
However, the most dangerous fascism is not the quaint shaven donuts of the Golden Dawn but the kind of fascism which is not visible to everyone; the fascism which is hidden behind the velvet courtesies of the democratic totalitarianism; the statutory fascism of bosses, multinational companies, courts, of the prison, the army, the police, the sterile knowledge of school, the church, of laws, advertisements, control in everyday life, boredom and loneliness that reign in the modern concentration camps of metropolises. As much as they may hide behind a wall of uniforms and firearms, all these tyrants of our lives will always be in the firing line of the Antifascist Front/Informal Anarchist Federation. (...) ...
The 8th participated in the liberation of the Halberstadt-Zwieberge concentration camps near Langenstein (see below). Most of ... The 8th liberated Halberstadt-Zwieberge, a subcamp of the Buchenwald concentration camp, between 12 and 17 April 1945 during ... Medical personnel stand outside a school that has been converted into a hospital for concentration camp survivors from ... On 26 October the division traveled 180 miles (290 km) from Camp Oklahoma City to Camp Phillip Morris at Le Havre, France and ...
Gay concentration camps[edit]. Main articles: Anti-gay purges in Chechnya and LGBT rights in Chechnya ... "Over 100 people allegedly sent to 'concentration camps' for gay men in Chechnya - Independent.ie". Independent.ie. Retrieved ... "Chechnya has opened concentration camps for gay men". Pink News. Retrieved April 10, 2017.. ... it was reported by Novaya Gazeta and human rights groups that Chechen authorities had allegedly set up concentration camps, one ...
Japanese American Concentration Camps[edit]. Of Ruby's family, only three of them were incarcerated in the U.S. Government's ... Concentration Camps for Japanese Americans. Mother Tome and sister Fumi were already deceased by the time WW II started and ...
Concentration Camps. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, retrieved online, April 6, 2018. Luza, Radomir. The Resistance in Austria, 1938- ... Dachau Concentration Camp Records (online database): Retrieved online April 11, 2018. Hormayr. Anton Stallbaumer, in Dachau ... Nazi officials then sent Rosa Stallbaumer to the Third Reich's concentration camp at Auschwitz, ensuring that she and her ... According to Dachau records, Anton Stallbaumer arrived at the concentration camp on 10 October 1942, was designated as a " ...
Furthermore, the town harboured a subcamp of the Flossenbürg concentration camp in which countless inmates died. Its prisoners ... Concentration Camps. "Johanngeorgenstadt Subcamp". KZ-Gedenkstätte Flossenbürg. Retrieved 3 April 2021. CS1 maint: discouraged ... after a prewar Communist member of the Reichstag who died at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. The gymnasium built in 1930 ... The Johanngeorgenstadt camp was emptied on 13 April 1945 and the inmates were sent on a death march towards Theresienstadt. ...
... including concentration camps and the burning of farms. Conditions in the concentration camps, which had been conceived by ... Eventually 26,370 women and children (81% were children) died in the concentration camps. The biggest critic of the camps was ... "Concentration Camps". Archived from the original on 25 August 2007. Retrieved 14 August 2014. Department, Research (19 May 2011 ... by which time Boer forces had taken to guerrilla fighting and British forces imprisoned Boer civilians in concentration camps. ...
During World War II, a subcamp of Flossenbürg concentration camp was located in Meissen. Meissen served as an important place ... Concentration Camps. tartanplace.com http://www.starcookers.com/magazin/orte-zum-geniessen/meissner-porzellan/ " ...
Concentration camp. Retrieved on 2020-09-06. Lachman, Joseph Shoji (2017-02-20). FDR Called Them Concentration Camps: Why ... Besides this, they were thrown, en masse, into concentration camps with others of the same ethnicity, causing the majority of ... 1978). "Identity Crisis of the Sansei and the Concentration Camp", NIMH Grant No. 1 R13 MH25655-01. Lewis, Neil A. "President ... and living in a Japanese community or in the internment camps. A majority of English-speaking Nisei have retained knowledge of ...
"Concentration Camps". Aue.de, town's homepage Texts on Wikisource: "Aue". New International Encyclopedia. 1905. "Aue". ... a subcamp of the Flossenbürg concentration camp was located here. Like Schwarzenberg, the town remained unoccupied for a while ...
During World War II, a subcamp of Mauthausen concentration camp was located here. Today the former crematorium is a museum ... Concentration Camps. Monastery Stift Melk Renaissance Castle Schallaburg. ... while the rest of the camp was part of what is now the Birago barracks of the Austrian Army. In 1950, the first official ...
Concentration Camps. "Factsheets : 354 Operations Group (PACAF)". Archived from the original on 2013-01-04. "Skylighters, The ... 38 Feuchtwangerstrasse.[citation needed] During World War II, a subcamp of Flossenbürg concentration camp was located here. ... The American Military authorities established a displaced persons (DP) camp in what used to be a sanatorium in what is today ...
During the war, the city housed 12 sub-camps of the infamous Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp, located in various parts of ... 473-. ISBN 978-3-205-99137-3. Christine O'Keefe (2007-02-02). "Concentration Camps". See Evan Burr Bukey, Hitler's Austria. ... The Romans created a military camp (occupied by Legio X Gemina) during the 1st century on the site of the city centre of ... The history of Vienna has been long and varied, beginning when the Roman Empire created a military camp in the area now covered ...
A subcamp of the Mauthausen concentration camp was located here during World War II. Construction work for a goods cable car ... "Concentration Camps". "Mittersill feiert ausgelassen die Stadterhebung". Salzburger Nachrichten (in German). 2008-08-11. ...
The town was the site of a concentration camp for women and children captured by the British Army during their scorched earth ... "Concentration Camps". Anglo-Boer War Museum. "General Jacobus Hercules de la Rey". Anglo-Boer War Museum.. ... The town was divided into two camps, due to their support to either the South African Party of General Jan Smuts, or the ... 355 children and 132 adults died in this camp due to malnutrition and contagious diseases, while kept in tents without any ...
... included concentration camps and the burning of farms. Conditions in the concentration camps, which had been conceived by ... Eventually 26,370 women and children (81% were children) died in the concentration camps.[44] The Boer forces disintegrated, ... The camps lacked space, food, sanitation, medicine, and medical care, leading to rampant disease and a very high death rate for ... He became Aide-de-Camp to his father in 1852, transferred to the Bengal Horse Artillery in 1854 and was promoted to lieutenant ...
Medical experiments in concentration campsEdit. During the war, Gebhardt conducted medical and surgical experiments on ... Gebhardt was the main coordinator of a series of surgical experiments performed on inmates of the concentration camps at ... Fritz Fischer worked in the hospital of the Ravensbrück concentration camp as a surgical assistant to Gebhardt, and ... Herta Oberheuser was another of Gebhardt's assistants at the Ravensbrück concentration camp. She was the only female defendant ...
The Concentration Camps, 1900-1902: Facts, Figures and Fables. H. Timmins. p. 31. "Black Concentration Camps". "Concentration ... On 13 March 1900, following the Battle of Paardeberg, British forces captured the city and built a concentration camp nearby to ... Child inmate of the Bloemfontein concentration camp during the Second Boer War Dr John Vernon Harrison FRSE geologist, was born ... who died in these camps in various parts of the country. The hill in town was named Naval Hill after the naval guns brought in ...
On 1 November 1944, she went to Flossenbürg concentration camp as an Oberaufseherin and as a trainer of enlisted overseers. In ... "Auschwitz Concentration Camp". Female Nazi war criminals. Capital Punishment UK. Retrieved 10 August 2012. Margot Drexler (1908 ... On 27 April 1942, Dreschel was selected for transfer to the newly opened Auschwitz II - Birkenau concentration camp in occupied ... On 31 January 1941, Dreschel arrived at Ravensbrück concentration camp to receive guard training. At first she was an ...
"Majdanek" (PDF). Majdanek concentration camp. Yad Vashem. 2007. Archived from the original (PDF) on November 27, 2007. ... the Auschwitz concentration camp liberated a half a year later, on January 27, 1945 was first declared a national monument in ... the best example of Nazi Germany the Holocaust death camps, with largely intact gas chambers and crematoria. The camp became a ... After the camp's liberation by the advancing Red Army on July 23, 1944, the site was formally protected. It was preserved as a ...
The Wöbbelin concentration camp-sometimes referred to as Ludwigslust concentration camp-was established by the SS near the city ... "Concentration Camp Listing". jewishvirtuallibrary.org. Retrieved 2008-10-12. Staff (1967-02-23). "Verzeichnis der ...
... two KL Majdanek concentration camp commandants were put on trial by the SS themselves in the course of the camp operation ... Tried 40 SS staff of the Auschwitz concentration camp Belsen Trial Belzec Trial before the 1st Munich District Court in the mid ... The cases were decided almost twenty years apart Dachau Trials held within the walls of the former Dachau concentration camp, ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Majdanek" (PDF). Majdanek concentration camp. Yad Vashem. 2007. Archived from the ...
Concentration Camp (1942). Other works of his are The Shadow of the Beam (1968), Everything is Foreseen and A Gentleman with a ... Concentration Camp (1942) The Shadow of the Beam (1968) Everything is Foreseen A Gentleman With A Saffron Beard (1992) Letters ... After spending time in the concentration camp of Saint-Cyprien (France), he came to Veracruz (Mexico) in the Sinaia and there ...
Allen, Jr., Charles R. (1966). Concentration camps USA. New York: Marzani & Munsell. OCLC 1049770360. Halstead, Fred (1966). ...
He was overseer of the concentration camps, extermination camps (through the Concentration Camps Inspectorate and SS-TV), and ... Concentration Camp Service). During the Second World War, the Reichsführer-SS in effect held several additional roles and ... He was killed on 8 June, while attempting to escape a POW camp. Historians have often speculated that Reinhard Heydrich would ...
During World War II, a subcamp of Flossenbürg concentration camp was located at Plattling. On 26 April 1945, concentrated fire ... Concentration Camps "Partnerschaften". plattling.de (in German). Plattling. Retrieved 2019-11-23.. ... of a Memorial Marker to the Division's humanitarian assistance provided to survivors of the Plattling concentration camp. Mayor ...
A total of 63 Dutch priest were incarcerated in the Dachau concentration camp. Of them, 17 died in the camp. In the KL Bergen- ... Dachau was established in March 1933 as the first Nazi Concentration Camp. Chiefly a political camp, it was here that the Nazis ... The Nazi Concentration Camps had been established in 1933, as political prisons, but it was not until the invasion of Russia ... He spent the rest of the war in concentration camps, ending up at Dachau. At a special mass at St Peters for the victims of the ...
Mathausen was the only one concentration camp put in the category number 3. He met Gertrude Stein when she was passing by with ... A young Spaniard who studied in fine arts in Barcelona: civil war; exile; a concentration camp; escape. Gestapo, another prison ... know that this Mathausen camp was harder than Dachau and even Buchenwald Dora just below Auschwitz for concentration camp part ... After the war he talked about, that he learned what a few days after he escapes from the camp, a train was made by the Nazis ...
Starting in the 1930s, next to the military camp there was a concentration camp for Arab and Jewish Palestinian convicts in ... Sarafend Concentration Camp. Volume 314: debated on Wednesday 1 July 1936. London: UK Parliament. Retrieved 13 March 2021. , ... Camp Tzrifin, Camp 782), with which it is synonymous, even though the base also spills into Rishon LeZion and Be'er Ya'akov. ... Most bases inside Camp Yadin are planned to be relocated to the City of Training Bases in the Negev. Tzrifin is located between ...
... died in these concentration camps, and roughly 20,000 Black African prisoners died in similar camps. However, in 1902 they ... Conditions in the concentration camps worsened, and the problem was not brought to public attention until an Englishwoman Emily ... Rather than packing them off to concentration camps, he told his troops to leave them where they found them, so that the burden ... "Concentration Camps". Retrieved 14 August 2014. C.D. Merriman. Rudyard Kipling 1865-1936. (Jalic Inc, 2006) David Gilmour. The ...
Historical film footage". Majdanek concentration camp. Part 2 of 5. Google+: real life sharing (from Official archives of the ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Majdanek Concentration Camp". Majdanek, Poland. July 21, 2009. Retrieved 2013-04-13. ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Staff Writer (2006), "Lublin/Majdanek Concentration Camp: Overview", United States ... During the mere 34 months of camp operation, more than 79,000 people were murdered at the main camp alone (59,000 of them ...
The Auschwitz complex of concentration camps was at the confluence of the Vistula and the Soła rivers.[42] Ashes of murdered ... During World War II prisoners of war from the Nazi Stalag XX-B camp were assigned to cut ice blocks from the River Vistula. The ...
... to towns and camps in other areas of Iraq or to Iranian refugee camps. Only 1,600 of them were estimated to still be living on ... A 2011 Study showed that Marsh Arabs have a high concentration of Y-chomosomal Haplogroup J-M267 and mtDNA haplogroup J having ... An estimated 80,000 to 120,000 have fled to refugee camps in Iran.[21] ... the highest concentration, with haplogroups H, U and T following.[16] According to this study, Marsh Arabs have the following ...
Pol, Arjan; Barends, Thomas R. M.; Dietl, Andreas; Khadem, Ahmad F.; Eygensteyn, Jelle; Jetten, Mike S. M.; Op Den Camp, Huub J ... Yttrium can be found in edible plants in concentrations between 20 ppm and 100 ppm (fresh weight), with cabbage having the ... which leads to increased concentrations in soil particles, animals and humans. Scandium is mostly dangerous in the working ... largest amount.[82] With up to 700 ppm, the seeds of woody plants have the highest known concentrations.[82] ...
... and several survivors of the Janowska concentration camp, who were interviewed in the film Janovska Camp at Lvov, among other ... From The USHMM Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933-1945.. *^ a b Pohl, Dieter. Hans Krueger and the Murder of the Jews in ... Phase two: deportations to extermination camps. Nazi extermination camps marked with black and white skulls. General Government ... concentration into ghettoes and camps; and, finally, annihilation.[110] Hilberg gives an estimate of 5.1 million as the total ...
It is not yet known whether changes in concentration of SP or density of its receptors is the cause of any given disease, or an ... The SP receptor promoter contains regions that are sensitive to cAMP, AP-1, AP-4, CEBPB,[13] and epidermal growth factor. ... The vomiting center in the medulla called the Area Postrema, contains high concentrations of substance P and its receptor, in ... the observed variability of the SP concentrations are large, and in some cases the assay methodology is questionable.[57] SP ...
CDC map showing the risk of Lyme disease in the United States, particularly its concentration in the Northeast Megalopolis and ... in schools or camps, 9% in parks or recreational areas, 4% at work, 3% while hunting, and 4% in other areas.[130] Activities ... with fatigue or concentration problems.[177] Palsies in both sides of the face are associated with worse and longer time to ... and concentration disturbances. Lingering disabling symptoms included facial palsy and other impaired movement.[34] ...
The concentration of fine particulate matter, the deadliest type of air pollutant, in East New York is 0.0077 milligrams per ... "Litzman was born in 1948 to Polish survivors of the Holocaust, in a displaced persons camp in Germany. When he was two years ...
Chobe National Park, in northwest Botswana, has one of the largest games concentration in Africa continent. By size, this is ... Botswana offers the traveller a choice of accommodation options from top class tourist hotels, luxury lodges and safari camps, ... The major tourist areas have a choice of private lodges, safari camps, and public camping sites. ...
The walls are covered with pictures of concentration camps and a portrait of Francisco Franco, reminders of the crimes being ...
The process of concentration in Dhammakaya meditation correlates with the description of samatha meditation in the ... "Buddhist sects' feuding could grow into proxy war of Thai political camps". . Stratfor. Agence France-Presse. Retrieved 25 ...
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... cAMP) binding to cAMP-dependent protein kinase (PKA).[111] ... Steady state concentrations are established after one week.[117 ... 1998). "cAMP-dependent phosphorylation system after short and long-term administration of moclobemide". J Psychiatr Res. 32 (2 ... Gex-Fabry, M; Balant-Gorgia, AE; Balant, LP (February 1995). "Potential of concentration monitoring data for a short half-life ... Guentert TW, Banken L, Hilton S, Holford NH (August 1995). "Moclobemide: relationships between dose, drug concentration in ...
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... and the use of torture and concentration camps by the French in Algeria. He became an eminent supporter of the FLN in the ... it was not our duty to write about Soviet labor camps; we were free to remain aloof from the quarrel over the nature of this ... He was one of the first French journalists to expose the existence of the labor camps, and vehemently opposed the invasion of ...
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Gao T, Yatani A, Dell'Acqua ML, Sako H, Green SA, Dascal N, Scott JD, Hosey MM (Jul 1997). "cAMP-dependent regulation of ... An increase in intracellular Ca2+ concentration implicated in Cav1.2 facilitation, a form of positive feedback called Ca2+- ... positive regulation of cytosolic calcium ion concentration. • cell communication by electrical coupling involved in cardiac ... In addition, increasing influx intracellular Ca2+ concentration has implicated to exert the opposite effect Ca2+ dependent ...
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Jewish concentration camp survivors (displaced persons or DPs) were forced to share accommodation with non-Jewish DPs some of ... A British camp near Karkur was also raided, shots were fired at the Sarona camp, and a mine exploded near Rishon LeZion. ... Barker, whose forces participated in the capture of the Bergen Belsen concentration camp, made many antisemitic comments in his ... In 1945, the Atlit detainee camp was reopened. The camp had been built in the 1930s to hold illegal Jewish immigrants fleeing ...
... who was raised in a Boer concentration camp by Ames' grandmother, a nurse in the Second Boer War, was also a nurse. Ames never ...
23 German physicians stood trial for participating in Nazi programs to euthanize or medically experiment on concentration camp ...
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... has the highest concentration of colleges and universities in Louisiana and one of the highest in the southern ... National Weather Service, Camp Springs, MD. 2010.. Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=New_Orleans&oldid ...
... their winter settlement or camps) near what is now Northfield, Massachusetts. The specific Abenaki band who lived here and ... the Graduate Institute offers master's degrees in several internationally-oriented concentrations.[77] Its students and faculty ...
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His father was taken to Buchenwald concentration camp, one of the largest forced labor camps in Germany, where an estimated ...
... activates adenylate cyclase to increase intracellular concentrations of cAMP. cAMP binds to and releases an active form of ... An isoenzyme of glycogen phosphorylase exists in the liver sensitive to glucose concentration, as the liver acts as a glucose ... An increase in ATP concentration opposes this activation by displacing AMP from the nucleotide binding site, indicating ... An increase in AMP concentration, which occurs during strenuous exercise, signals energy demand. AMP activates glycogen ...
Wolmann and his wife, as well as other three lab assistants, to a concentration camp. The Institute was not a location for ...
Camp Hansen, one of the ten Marine Corps camps on Okinawa, is named in honor of Pvt. Hansen. ... Racine, 25 miles south of Milwaukee has the largest concentration of city dwellers with Danish origin. A number of other ... Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin have the largest concentrations of non-Mormon Danish Americans. The states with the ...
Beijing has rejected US accusations that the Chinese government has detained large numbers of Muslims in the Xinjiang region in what former detainees describe as re-education centers with prison-like conditions. CNNs Matt Rivers investigates.
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  • This included prisoners of war as well as inmates from the nearby Allach concentration camp (a subcamp of Dachau). (sjsu.edu)
  • By early May 1945, the rumors of Hitler's suicide had rekindled hope for beleaguered prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. (blogspot.com)
  • In the closing weeks of World War II, thousands of prisoners from the Neuengamme concentration camp near Hamburg, the Mittelbau-Dora camp at Nordhausen and the Stutthof camp near Danzig were marched to the German Baltic coast. (blogspot.com)
  • While thousands of camp prisoners were being ferried out to the once-elegant Hamburg-Sud Amerika liner Cap Arcona, the RAF's 263rd, 197th, 198th and 184th squadrons were arming their Hawker Typhoon fighter-bombers with ammunition, bombs and rockets. (blogspot.com)
  • Hundreds of prisoners had already been killed on the forced marches from the camps. (blogspot.com)
  • The ships were carrying from 7,000 to 8,000 prisoners from the German concentration camps in Neuengamme, Stutthof and Mittelbau-Dora, half of whom were Russian and Polish POWs, others from 24 nationalities, including French, Danish, and Dutch. (blogspot.com)
  • 16 second except of a newsreel showing dead Jewish prisoners from a Nazi concentration camp during the Holocaust in WWII. (publicdomainfootage.com)
  • The male and female prisoners were divided into two camps, which were only 600 yards apart. (ushmm.org)
  • Each had a large two-story building which housed the prisoners and was enclosed by barbed wire, as was the camp as a whole. (ushmm.org)
  • Prisoners worked in the cement, brickworks, and sawmills at Klooga, as well as in a factory that manufactured wooden clogs for the camp. (ushmm.org)
  • Conditions for the Jewish prisoners were extremely harsh, though reportedly the camp elder and most of the Jewish Kapos treated the other prisoners humanely. (ushmm.org)
  • There was a small Jewish underground in the camp, mostly consisting of Jews from the Vilna ghetto, but it was unable to mount an effective resistance due to the frequent transfers of prisoners from camp to camp. (ushmm.org)
  • Early on September 19, 1944 German and Estonian SS surrounded the camp and began slaughtering prisoners in a nearby forest. (ushmm.org)
  • Only 85 prisoners who had managed to hide within the camp or escape to the forests, survived the final action. (ushmm.org)
  • Concentration camp authorities covered up the murders of prisoners as suicides to prevent judicial investigations. (meta.org)
  • Before Auschwitz : Jewish prisoners in the prewar concentration camps / Kim Wünschmann. (ushmm.org)
  • Get a glimpse into the life in this camp, both the hope and belief of the Jewish prisoners, as well as the cruelty and brutality of the Nazi guards. (headout.com)
  • The Terezin barracks, which hold beds, benches and tables provide a glimpse into the life of the concentration camp prisoners. (headout.com)
  • The international commemoration marking the anniversary of the liberation of prisoners from the Neuengamme concentration camp is to be postponed to 2021. (discovergermany.com)
  • In the last days of the War, a further 15 000 prisoners arrived at Terezín on evacuation transports from concentration camps cleared from the advancing front line. (pamatnik-terezin.cz)
  • Sachsenhausen was a Nazi concentration camp in Oranienburg, 35 kilometres (22 miles) north of Berlin, Germany, used primarily for political prisoners from 1936 to the end of the Third Reich in May 1945. (photoshelter.com)
  • The camp was intended and used for Dutch resistance and other political prisoners (only a handful of Jews were known to have been imprisoned here), in the north of Germany. (ctvoicesofhope.org)
  • In 1937, it was used as a classification and accommodation camp for prisoners of war and, in particular, as a parking lot for foreigners and potentially dangerous prisoners. (palaciodelaisla.es)
  • In April 1938, this camp was designated as the place where all prisoners of foreign nationality were concentrated, a situation which remained until its closure in November 1939. (palaciodelaisla.es)
  • Before abandoning the camp shortly after the prisoner revolt, the Ustaše killed the remaining prisoners, blasted and destroyed the buildings, guardhouses, torture rooms, the "Picili Furnace", and the other structures. (worldhistoryproject.org)
  • As the Partisan Resistance Movement under the command of Communist leader Josip Tito approached Jasenovac in late April 1945, several hundred prisoners rose against the camp guards. (worldhistoryproject.org)
  • The guards murdered most of the surviving prisoners before dismantling the last three Jasenovac camps in late April. (worldhistoryproject.org)
  • I would warn journalists who are visiting some of these migrant camps for children in America that show migrant kids playing that the Nazis also built Theresienstadt to show the world's press and Red Cross how well Jews were treated in concentration camps. (pastemagazine.com)
  • Once Birkenau began to function, European Jews were murdered in trainloads in the camp s gas chambers. (krakow-apartments.com)
  • One of their exhibits is of a cattle car train used to transport Jews in the Holocaust to the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp. (wordpress.com)
  • Many of these Jews died at the nearby camp of Terezin. (theroyaltourblog.com)
  • The camp also held Jews , Roma , and a number of Croat and Bosniak Yugoslav Partisans . (kidzsearch.com)
  • One of the images showed the train tracks leading into the entrance of Auschwitz, by which millions of Jews were carted into the camp by force to meet their ultimate demise by way of torture and hard-kill methods such as gas chambers and firing squads. (anewspost.com)
  • It was part of the propaganda to falsely depict happy living conditions of the Jews in the camp to the Red Cross. (headout.com)
  • You will also visit the GESTAPO prison cells, where the Jews were held captive and the SS camp headquarters. (headout.com)
  • Terezín became the largest concentration camp in the Czech Lands, with thousands of transports arriving here carrying Jews not only from the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, but also from Germany, Austria, Holland and Denmark, as well later as from Slovakia and Hungary. (pamatnik-terezin.cz)
  • The Terezín camp for Jews was headed by a Nazi Komandantura, which gave instructions to the Jewish authority which took care of the internal organisation of the camp. (pamatnik-terezin.cz)
  • Within the camp, all manner of prohibitions and ordinances applied, and only cultural life was for a certain period permitted, as it could serve as a backdrop disguising the truth of the fate that had been decided for the Jews. (pamatnik-terezin.cz)
  • Ahlem concentration camp, 5 miles west of Hanover, Germany : liberated by the 84th Infantry Division on April 10, 1945 : this is a complete story of one Jewish man in this camp and there were millions of Jews that went through what he did. (ushmm.org)
  • WASHINGTON, D.C.-In a recent presidential town hall on CNN, Biden appeared to excuse the treatment of Jews in Hitler's concentration camps due to 'differences in cultural norms. (babylonbee.com)
  • After a considerable amount of backlash for accusing the United States of running concentration camps on the southern border (and repeatedly doubling down on that claim), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is now backtracking on her original statement, blaming Rep. Liz Cheney for making the comparison of concentration camps to the Holocaust. (pjmedia.com)
  • Reminder: the member who directly + explicitly compared concentration camps on our border to the Holocaust was *Liz Cheney. (pjmedia.com)
  • The horrors of the Holocaust went beyond the use of concentration camps, yet camps were part of the process. (pjmedia.com)
  • The words "concentration camps" and "never again" are ubiquitous with the Nazi Holocaust. (pjmedia.com)
  • Obviously, AOC was trying to evoke the Nazi Holocaust and Nazi concentration camps. (pjmedia.com)
  • Although FDR himself called them 'concentration camps,' we don't use that term today -- it's loaded because of its connection to the Holocaust in Nazi Germany. (howstuffworks.com)
  • On Sunday, 12 May, a commemorative ceremony will be held by the Committee for the Redress of the Roma Holocaust (Výbor pro odškodnění romského holocaustu - VPORH) in the Czech Republic at the memorial to the former concentration camp for Roma at Lety u Písku. (romea.cz)
  • Faced with the extremely advanced age of remaining survivors, the increasing vehemence and prominence of Holocaust deniers, and the pervasive fear of collective amnesia, Auschwitz, the infamous Nazi death camp, did something drastic. (motherjones.com)
  • During the Holocaust, it came in the form of the Nazis, who used concentration camps as their factories of death. (ipl.org)
  • The Holocaust is a time in history when millions of people were persecuted in Europe by being sent to live in ghettos and eventually being deported to concentration camps where they were systematically annihilated until the Allied forces liberated the remaining survivors. (ipl.org)
  • Researchers believe that including all Nazi locations for slave labor, concentration camps, ghettos, and forced sex slave brothels, there were over 42,000 camps and ghettoes where the Holocaust took place. (theroyaltourblog.com)
  • A luxury fashion house apologized Friday after being criticized for selling an ensemble resembling concentration camp uniforms from the Holocaust. (sunnyfac.com)
  • Many who criticized the outfit -- including Diet Prada, a fashion industry watchdog account on Instagram -- cited the similarities to concentration camp uniforms worn by Holocaust victims, which also consisted of vertical-striped, button-down shirts and matching pants. (sunnyfac.com)
  • Photos and descriptions by Vernon W. Tott] -- Concentration camp Ahlem : an underground factory / by Christoph Gutmann -- A teenager survives the Holocaust / [Benjamin Sieradzki]. (ushmm.org)
  • 58 nazis in charge of Malthausen concentration camp are sentenced by death by military court. (britishpathe.com)
  • The American camps bore little resemblance to the concentration camps where Nazis were attempting to exterminate the Jewish race, but at the time, Americans knew little about what was really going on inside Nazi concentration camps. (howstuffworks.com)
  • Nazi concentration camps were designed to extinguish the Jewish people, who the Nazis considered lesser beings, from the human race. (howstuffworks.com)
  • In 1945, when the end of the war for the Nazis was near, the SS began destroying evidence of the horrors of the death camps, and razed many of the gas chambers and crematoria of Birkenau. (krakow-apartments.com)
  • Here are the medieval types of concentration camps: In hone to leaders of English society, the Nazis killed Hints, prostitutes, Romani, and the more ill. (abrasiverock.com)
  • The Auschwitz Concentration Camp was established by the German Nazis on April 27,in the suburbs of the Polish city of Oswiecim, km from the capital Warsaw. (abrasiverock.com)
  • Auschwitz was a complex of concentration and death camps located in occupied Poland and operated by the German Nazis under the rule of Adolf Hitler during World War II. (anewspost.com)
  • Millions of Jewish people were forced to live and work in concentration camps and statistics say almost six million were killed by the Nazis of which, nearly one million died in Auschwitz. (anewspost.com)
  • It also served as a camp allowing the Nazis to get closer to the Final Solution. (headout.com)
  • Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. (ushmm.org)
  • On the weekends, the Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial regularly offers public tours for interested individual visitors. (gedenkstaette-flossenbuerg.de)
  • And at Auschwitz II they will witness the skeletal remains of the destroyed Birkenau camp, which now holds a monument of memorial plaques and the foundations of the crematoria. (krakow-apartments.com)
  • The camp has also launched a YouTube channel dedicated to education and memorial. (motherjones.com)
  • After the initial post was made, officials from the Auschwitz Memorial began to notice other items being sold with pictures of the concentration camps on them. (anewspost.com)
  • he Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial ensures we continue to remember the terror of the Nazi-crimes. (discovergermany.com)
  • Since 2005, the site has become the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial, which encompasses virtually the entire grounds measuring 57 hectares and includes 17 original buildings of the former concentration camp. (discovergermany.com)
  • A winter landscape at the location of the special prison block in the Nazi and Soviet Sachsenhausen concentration camp during WW2, now known as the Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum. (photoshelter.com)
  • According to the report Berger worked as an armed guard at a Neuengamme sub-camp in 1945. (850wftl.com)
  • Built by the SS in 1938, the Neuengamme concentration camp in Hamburg-Bergedorf served as north-west Germany's main concentration camp from 1940 to 1945. (discovergermany.com)
  • The closest I got was Ladelund, a satellite camp of Neuengamme, a larger concentration camp in Hamburg. (ctvoicesofhope.org)
  • The Terezin Concentration Camp is a reminder of one of the darkest chapters in the history of mankind. (headout.com)
  • Riddled with horrors of the World War II under Nazi rule, the Terezin Concentration Camp has a dark past that stains history books. (headout.com)
  • The guards of Auschwitz concentration camp on trial at Cracow, Poland. (britishpathe.com)
  • Numbered which details life and death in the Auschwitz concentration camp. (abrasiverock.com)
  • Some of the survivors were also inmates of Auschwitz concentration camp. (ushmm.org)
  • Allach concentration camp inmates working final assembly for cylinder heads. (sjsu.edu)
  • Your current search criteria is: Object is 'Allach concentration camp inmates working final assembly for cylinder heads. (sjsu.edu)
  • This article also looks at actual suicides in the pre-war camps, to highlight individual inmates' reactions to life within the camps. (meta.org)
  • A death march was an evacuation of a large amount of inmates that had been in concentrations camps, they were give the term "death marches" by the inmates themselves. (ipl.org)
  • Analysing the poems under this rubric provides a deeper insight into daily reality in the camps and some of the diverse and creative ways in which inmates sought to survive and resist this. (ed.ac.uk)
  • The German town of Dachau, where the first concentration camp was built in 1933, recently made headlines when it became a sister city to Israel's Rosh Haayn, about 20 miles outside Tel Aviv. (motherjones.com)
  • Cities across Germany have made similar connections to Israeli towns, but Dachau is the first former camp site to do so, and many survivors were up in arms. (motherjones.com)
  • Though many of us have heard of the most notorious camps like Auschwitz, Treblinka, and Dachau, most camp names are not commonly known. (theroyaltourblog.com)
  • The Dachau Concentration Camp, 10 miles northwest of Munich, was one of the first death camps in Nazi Germany and might have served as a model for all resulting camps in the Third Reich. (triphobo.com)
  • Dachau guests are taken through the authentic "path of the prisoner", strolling the same way detainees were constrained to after their landing in the camp. (triphobo.com)
  • How popular is Dachau Concentration Camp? (triphobo.com)
  • People normally club together Cathedral Of Our Lady and Olympic Stadium while planning their visit to Dachau Concentration Camp. (triphobo.com)
  • People also prefer to start their day with Dachau Concentration Camp. (triphobo.com)
  • Half-Day Dachau Concentration Camp Memor. (triphobo.com)
  • Dachau Concentration Camp and SS Shootin. (triphobo.com)
  • The first concentration camp is established in Nazi Germany at Dachau. (timetoast.com)
  • The first German Gypsies are arrested and deported to Dachau concentration camp. (timetoast.com)
  • On May 3, 1945 - in the worst friendly-fire incident in history - Britain's Royal Air Force killed more than 7,000 survivors of Nazi concentration camps who were crowded onto ships in L beck harbor, Germany. (blogspot.com)
  • The camp was created by the Ustaše regime in August 1941 and destroyed in April 1945. (kidzsearch.com)
  • The former guard, aged one hundred years, is being prosecuted for complicity in 3,518 murders of detainees by having "knowingly and voluntarily" aided and encouraged their murder from 1942 to 1945 in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Oranienburg, north of Berlin. (24newsrecorder.com)
  • In June, German justice revealed that it was investigating a nonagenarian who was said to have been a guard in a Soviet detainee camp between 1943 and 1945 and suspected of complicity in assassinations. (24newsrecorder.com)
  • In April 1945, as Partisan units approached the camp, the Ustaše camp supervisors attempted to erase traces of the atrocities by working the death camp at full capacity. (worldhistoryproject.org)
  • We decided to visit Sachsenhausen concentration camp while we were in Berlin. (meanderingkiwis.com)
  • Over the years, the SS have detained around 200,000 people in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. (24newsrecorder.com)
  • Critics and activists are urging the media to call Trump's "detention centers" what they really are: concentration camps, as the San Antonio Express reports. (pastemagazine.com)
  • The screed is lengthy, dramatic and disjointed, but the bits seized upon because of their connection to other individuals include the reference to detention centers as "concentration camps," a comparison that landed AOC in hot water with anyone who has read a history book and his suggestions that his "comrades" arm themselves for the coming revolution. (legalinsurrection.com)
  • Recently some mainstream news and commentary outlets have posted a number of pieces which correctly label US migrant-detention centers as concentration camps. (itsgoingdown.org)
  • Of note are recent pieces in the Los Angeles Times , "Call immigrant detention centers what they really are: concentration camps," and Esquire , "An Expert on Concentration Camps Says That's Exactly What the U.S. Is Running at the Border. (itsgoingdown.org)
  • Those Polish and Jewish men who were allowed to survive worked on the camps in extremely harsh conditions, and many died of cold and starvation. (krakow-apartments.com)
  • Survivors of the World War II Jewish concentration camp Drancy in Paris, describe their wartime experiences, especially at the hands of the French gendarmerie and the Vichy Government. (ushmm.org)
  • I do not not know any Romani people here who did not have somebody in their family in a concentration camp, and I do not know anybody who has not been affected by that fact in some way. (romea.cz)
  • If you say something similar about Romani people, though, others begin writing that the concentration camps should be revived. (romea.cz)
  • However, the ISC also used the camp for the ethnic cleansing of Romani and Serbian people in Croatia. (kidzsearch.com)
  • Historical examples of concentration camp horrors in Hitler's Nazi Germany, Japan's imperial regime, Pol Pot's Cambodia and in colonial Africa. (americanfreepress.net)
  • Viktor Frankl discovered this while he was in one of Hitler's concentration camps. (adamlikhan.com)
  • It's not about the truth telling or not of Bolton, nor if Trump really did applaud China's concentration camps, rather the focus should be upon the decades of appeasement towards China by successive Presidents and State Department officials. (tibettruth.com)
  • At the port of L beck almost 10,000 camp survivors were crowded onto three ships: Cap Arcona, Thielbeck and Athen. (blogspot.com)
  • Sonia was born in New York to two concentration camp survivors. (joanneintrator.com)
  • Most of the survivors were deported to extermination camps such as Auschwitz and Treblinka. (headout.com)
  • During the genocide, colonial officials forced Herero women to work in concentration camps scraping the flesh from the bones of Herero corpses to prepare the bones for shipping to European and US museums. (itsgoingdown.org)
  • Here they were to be massed until the extermination camps further east were ready to carry out their final liquidation. (pamatnik-terezin.cz)
  • From October 1942 virtually all went to Auschwitz-Birkenau, the most awful of the extermination camps. (pamatnik-terezin.cz)
  • Experience Treblinka, the biggest Nazi camp in Europe which sits a 1 hour drive from Warsaw. (myguidewarsaw.com)
  • After being collected from your accommodation in Warsaw, you will make your way towards Treblinka, the biggest Nazi camp in all of Europe. (myguidewarsaw.com)
  • During World War II, there were almost 2 million people killed in Treblinka and Auschwitz-Birkenau, a smaller concentration camp which lies outside of Krakow. (myguidewarsaw.com)
  • In addition to the backlash she's received, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has received (and turned down) multiple invites to visit and tour actual concentration camps so she can get educated on what they really were and why her comparison was irresponsible. (pjmedia.com)
  • Sightings of actual concentration camps inside the U.S.A., with guard towers and crematoria, prepared for a signal from the elite to begin their heinous operations. (americanfreepress.net)
  • After World War II, when Oranienburg was in the Soviet Occupation Zone, the structure was used as an NKVD special camp until 1950. (photoshelter.com)
  • KL Sachsenhausen - Oranienburg concentration camp money coupon or note with a value of 1RM. (3reich-collector.com)
  • This article offers an analysis on the choices of patrimonialization - the means through which cultural heritage is both materially and immaterially established - of certain built heritage, with a specific focus on an concentration camp wedged between a national highway and railway track on the outskirts of Montreuil-Bellay, Mid-Western France, the largest concentration camp of the 31 camps that existed in France for "nomads. (thefunambulist.net)
  • The debate over Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's use of the term "concentration camp" is not about language or facts. (newyorker.com)
  • The full text of Ocasio-Cortez's tweet was "This administration has established concentration camps on the southern border of the United States for immigrants, where they are being brutalized with dehumanizing conditions and dying. (newyorker.com)
  • Explore one of the most terrifying concentration camps of Nazi Germany under the rule of Adolf Hitler. (headout.com)
  • for that reason, scholars prefer to call them internment camps. (howstuffworks.com)
  • The forcible incarceration of innocent Japanese-Americans by socialist President Franklin D. Roosevelt in "internment camps" and the brutal treatment resisters received. (americanfreepress.net)
  • Dozens of former U.S. military installations in over 28 states converted to federal prisons and to "internment camps"-waiting for innocent citizens who refuse to go along with the fed's plot to suspend the constitution's Bill of Rights. (americanfreepress.net)
  • Arrested in January 1942, Nansen, son of polar explorer and humanitarian Fridtjof Nansen (Nobel Peace Prize 1922) was held captive for the duration of the war in various Nazi camps in Norway and Germany. (timboyce.com)
  • Klooga, a subcamp of the Vaivara concentration camp in northern Estonia, was established in the summer of 1943. (ushmm.org)
  • In a Monday-evening live stream, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez , of New York, called the U.S.'s detention facilities for migrants "concentration camps. (newyorker.com)
  • Hundreds of migrants are being held by border agents in a fenced in encampment under a bridge in El Paso, leading to anger and accusations that the American government is holding people in "concentration camps. (commondreams.org)
  • Lines of migrants behind fencing, being processed by agents from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), walked into a camp area that appeared to be standing room only. (commondreams.org)
  • With the growing debate over Trump's policy of terror directed towards migrants and the appropriate use of the term "concentration camp," it's important to place what's happening today within the context of U.S and colonial history. (itsgoingdown.org)
  • On CNN, Erin Burnett asked Sanders , "Are you comfortable calling detention of migrants on the Mexican border concentration camps? (itsgoingdown.org)
  • Pitzer argued that "mass detention of civilians without a trial" was what made the camps concentration camps. (newyorker.com)
  • The U.S. Air Force manual (Garden Plot, Plan 55-2) outlining the operations of camps to imprison civilians. (americanfreepress.net)
  • The following is a brief introduction of the notorious concentration camp, where about million people were brutally massacred in poisonous chambers. (abrasiverock.com)
  • Auschwitz, perhaps the most notorious and lethal of the concentration camps, was actually three camps in one: a prison camp (Auschwitz I), an extermination camp (Auschwitz II-Birkenau), and a slave-labour camp (Auschwitz III-Buna-Monowitz). (abrasiverock.com)
  • You will have to reach the meeting point at the Discover Prague Tour Office in Celetná 12, close to the Old Town Square by 10 AM. A ride to the notorious Terezin camp, located about 60 kilometres away will take about an hour. (headout.com)
  • As a result, about 112,000 people, both first-generation ( issei ) and second-generation ( nisei ) Japanese-Americans living on the West Coast were forced to go to temporary assembly centers and then to relocation camps, regardless of citizenship. (howstuffworks.com)
  • Patrik Banga: How can people in the Czech Republic write about reviving the concentration camps? (romea.cz)
  • Now somebody here is coming along and beginning to tell a story about concentration camps actually not being concentration camps and that people were just there because they didn't want to work. (romea.cz)
  • However, Uyghur activists, according to Amnesty, have said that up to 3 million people have been detained in the camps. (islam21c.com)
  • We haven't seen in recent Chinese history that there would be such a scale of detaining people in camps in such huge numbers," said Patrick Poon to The Independent , a China researcher at Amnesty International. (islam21c.com)
  • So I think it's legitimate for people to raise concern about how the camps are being run similar to wartime concentration camps. (islam21c.com)
  • But I pledge my life in favor of a free society and one that willingly will build concentration camps to put tyrannical people into them. (nomorefakenews.com)
  • In 1862 the US Army rounded up hundreds of Dakota Sioux people into concentration camps in Minnesota as part of a campaign of genocide. (itsgoingdown.org)
  • US Army regulars and civilian settler vigilantes worked together to slaughter Dakota Sioux people and round others up into concentration camps, culminating with US President Abraham Lincoln ordering the hanging of 38 Dakota men in a mass execution. (itsgoingdown.org)
  • Due to the appalling conditions of the camp, almost 33,000 people died in the ghetto. (headout.com)
  • @AOC Concentration camps assured a slave labor supply to help in the Nazi war effort, even as the brutality of life inside the camps helped assure the ultimate goal of 'extermination through labor. (pjmedia.com)
  • The camp's history website says, "We cannot be sure of the exact number of victims of the Ustasha camp in Jasenovac. (kidzsearch.com)
  • In less than two hours, more than 7,000 concentration camp refugees were dead from the friendly fire. (blogspot.com)
  • Peace campaigner Maria Gallastegui of Peacestrike climbed the two metre plinth in the hours of darkness to draw attention to the 280,000 Tamils, refugees from the Sri Lanka 60-year war against the Tamil Tigers , who are now held in refugee camps across the country. (jasonnparkinson.com)
  • Meanwhile, Canada also enforced a relocation policy, which required more than 20,000 Japanese-Canadians to move from the West Coast to other regions or camps. (howstuffworks.com)
  • On Tuesday, she tweeted a link to an article in Esquire in which Andrea Pitzer, a historian of concentration camps, was quoted making the same assertion: that the United States has created a "concentration camp system. (newyorker.com)
  • Further, after she was called out by Rep. Cheney , AOC followed up with a tweet accusing the Trump administration of establishing concentration camps and saying, "This is not hyperbole. (pjmedia.com)
  • Now John Bolton's claims that Trump supported Chinese dictator Xi Jinping's establishment of concentration camps to incarcerate untold numbers of Uyghurs may or not be accurate. (tibettruth.com)
  • The US Justice Department is reporting that a 95-year-old resident of Tennessee who served as a guard at a Nazi concentration camp has been deported back to Germany. (850wftl.com)
  • Friedrich Karl Berger was removed from the US earlier this month after an immigration judge ruled that his "willing service" as a guard at the concentration camp "constituted assistance in Nazi sponsored persecution. (850wftl.com)
  • Prosecuted for complicity in 3,518 murders of detainees … A centenary former guard of the Nazi camp of Sachsenhausen, in Germany, accused of "complicity in murders" will appear from early October before a German court, announced Monday the prosecution. (24newsrecorder.com)
  • Gaza Concentration Camp (GCC) , which by design has been promised slow but sure despair or death. (islamicity.org)
  • However most of Auschwitz I and some of Birkenau survived both the SS destruction and the Allied bombing, and on 21st July 1947 the new Polish parliament established Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum on the grounds of the death camps. (krakow-apartments.com)
  • Uncertainty in death is constantly present throughout Elie's time at the camps. (ipl.org)
  • Jones prison camp was, in fact, an experimental, mind control death camp, and the victims did not commit suicide-they were ruthlessly murdered by a CIA hit team. (americanfreepress.net)
  • Jasenovac concentration camp was the largest death camp and concentration camp in the Independent State of Croatia (ISC) during World War II . (kidzsearch.com)
  • URNS in a Death Camp? (worldtruthvideos.website)
  • The items in question, which are no longer available, include various Christmas tree ornaments, a mouse pad and bottle opener showing pictures of the Nazi death camps. (anewspost.com)
  • Romanian MEP Cristian Terhes told Express.co.uk: "The death of a person who protested for freedom and liberty in the custody of German police is more proof that, far from an area of liberty, the EU is fast becoming a concentration camp run by bureaucrats which, in fact, disregard fundamental human rights and freedoms. (express.co.uk)
  • Nazi men and women of Ravensbruck concentration camp are sentenced at Hamburg trial. (britishpathe.com)
  • If you would like to know more about the history of the Flossenbürg concentration camp, we recommend that you take part in this tour. (gedenkstaette-flossenbuerg.de)
  • Combining legal, social and political history, it contributes to a more thorough understanding of the changing relationship between the camps as places of extra-legal terror and the judiciary, between nazi terror and the law. (meta.org)
  • The article concludes that the history of the concentration camps needs to be firmly integrated into the history of nazi terror and the Third Reich. (meta.org)
  • The camp itself is very impressive and touching, and whilst there you will learn of the tragic history surrounding it. (myguidewarsaw.com)
  • Outstanding and named set of a Polish inmate who survived 3 concentration camps, including Auschwitz! (3reich-collector.com)
  • Outstanding named and researched concentration camp Polish inmate striped jacket of a German prisoner who was in KL Sachsenhausen! (3reich-collector.com)
  • Soviet investigators in the Klooga concentration camp examine corpses stacked for burning. (ushmm.org)
  • Did the United States put its own citizens in concentration camps during WWII? (howstuffworks.com)
  • Though the city itself is small and not exactly a historic tourist attraction, the site of the most famous concentration camps, Konzentrationslager Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau, have been extremely well preserved and converted into one of the most famous and important museums in the world. (krakow-apartments.com)
  • Over the next several years, the camp expanded into Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II-Birkenau, and Auschwitz III-Monowitz, as well as over 40 sub-camps. (krakow-apartments.com)
  • Perhaps attempting to pin the blame on Liz Cheney was the best strategy her staff could come up with, but it rings hollow, as it was Ocasio-Cortez who originally told her followers on Instagram , "The U.S. is running concentration camps on our southern border and that is exactly what they are. (pjmedia.com)
  • Everyone has seen the horrid, inhumane condition that immigrant children are being kept in in Trump's concentration camps on the border. (crooksandliars.com)
  • After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt made the decision to relocate more than 100,000 Japanese and Japanese-Americans from their homes on the West Coast to camps around the country. (howstuffworks.com)
  • The first two camps, Krapje and Bročica, were closed in November 1941. (kidzsearch.com)
  • In recent years, Germany has tried and condemned several former SS and extended to camp guards the charge of complicity in murder, illustrating the increased severity, although deemed very late by the victims, of its justice. (24newsrecorder.com)
  • If he lost, he wanted to place Republicans in reeducation camps , the ones that were unredeemable to terminate them, as was reported by Project Veritas. (0censor.com)
  • The concentration camps also caught congressman Beto O'Rourke's attention when he visited the centers and called "arbitrary and unlawful interference in family life" a practice that "runs counter to human rights standards and principles. (pastemagazine.com)
  • New reports of life in the camps are incredibly difficult to obtain as Chinese authorities censor and control what journalists can report on, and former detainees are incredibly reluctant to talk about their experiences due to fear of police reprisals. (islam21c.com)
  • Several prominent musicians, scholars, artists and philosophers added to the cultural life at the camp. (headout.com)
  • Essentially the camp functioned as a prison rather than a place of extermination. (krakow-apartments.com)
  • It seems absolutely insane to me that in the year 2018 I can read, in the Czech environment, that somebody is calling for reviving the concentration camps. (romea.cz)
  • How long before the Germans invade us and liberate our concentration camps? (pastemagazine.com)