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September 24, 2011

Registration card for Lazar Wiesel at Buchenwald

Filed under: Buchenwald, Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 9:14 am

A new post has just gone up on Carolyn Yeager’s website Elie Wiesel Cons the World.  This website (or blog) is devoted to the study of Elie Wiesel, the world’s most famous Holocaust survivor.  This latest post shows a photo of a Buchenwald registration card for Lazar Wiesel.  The Germans were famous for keeping detailed records during World War II.  Strangely, there is no Buchenwald registration card for Elie Wiesel, the most famous survivor of Buchenwald.  I previously blogged about this here. Maybe Lazar Wiesel was a relative of Elie Wiesel.  You’ll have to read Carolyn’s latest post to find out.


  1. World’s best Revisionist Carlo Mottango feature that card in this post:

    Comment by Black Rabbit — September 28, 2011 @ 11:59 am

  2. What kind of person would disparage a man such as Elie Wiesel? You are a sick fuck to question his integrity — you should only have so much!

    Comment by Proud JEW — September 27, 2011 @ 12:38 pm

  3. Yes, but the birth dates for Lazar Wiesel and Elie Wiesel appear to be off by a decade and Yeager’s analysis of the photos don’t look like him at all. Then there’s the filmed absence on his arms of his famous Auschwitz tattoo A7713. There’s something not right about this sanctimonious old saddle bag with eyes.

    Comment by who+dares+wings — September 24, 2011 @ 10:11 am

  4. If you google Lazar + Eliezer you will find that the two names are synonymous and as Elie is presumably a short version of Eliezer this would surely support the claim that Elie Wiesel was in Buchenwald rather than the opposite.

    Comment by Ethelred — September 24, 2011 @ 9:54 am

    • Ethelred,

      Yeager says in her article that the names are the same ultimately. You don’t have to google to find that out, just read it. And previous ones also. But individuals chose which “short version” of a name to use or they used the full version of a name. At that time Elie went by Eliezer, not Lazar. That supports nothing about Elie’s claim to be a Buchenwald survivor.

      What evidence is there that Elie Wiesel was at Buchenwald, apart from his book “Night” and the Jew York Times?

      Comment by sceptic — September 24, 2011 @ 4:02 pm

    • Another thing: Shlomo comes from Solomon, and Serena is a variation on Sara. Yet Elie Wiesel’s father was always listed as Shlomo and never as Solomon, and Serena and Sara can be considered as separate names too. These were all common names in that place at that time.

      Comment by sceptic — September 24, 2011 @ 4:16 pm

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