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June 2, 2014

There oughta be a law, against Holocaust lying and Holocaust exaggeration

Filed under: Buchenwald, Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 9:24 am

There oughta be a law….  One of the most egregious Holocaust lies is the one about the Nordhausen camp, which was first discovered by American troops on April 11, 1945.

The photo below was published in Life Magazine in May, 1945. It shows prisoners at the Dora-Mittelbau camp, aka Nordhausen, who were killed by American bombs.  This photo is frequently shown as proof of German atrocities.

Bodies of prisoners at Nordhausen who were killed by American bombs

Bodies of prisoners at Nordhausen who were killed by American bombs

I previously blogged about Nordhausen on this post:

This quote, about the Nordhausen camp, is from Wikipedia:

Mittelbau-Dora (also Dora-Mittelbau and Nordhausen-Dora) was a subcamp of Buchenwald concentration camp in Nazi Germany. Its prisoners were used by the SS mainly in the tunnel excavation and nearby underground stations of the Mittelwerk Ltd., in Kohnstein, situated near Nordhausen, where the V-2 rocket and the flying bomb V-1 rocket were produced.

This morning, I read an article, written by Alan Johnson, which was published yesterday in the Ohio newspaper The Columbus Dispatch.

The following quote is from the article in The Columbus Dispatch:

[Bill] Ruth, a Roman Catholic, remembers praying the Rosary after witnessing the horror [at Nordhausen]. “I wondered if the Germans were praying for the same thing as I was — that the war ends soon.” [The Jews] lost everything: family, homes, possessions. But miraculously, inexplicably, they survived. Central Ohio survivors and an American liberator shared their stories leading to Monday’s dedication of the Statehouse Holocaust and Liberators Memorial.  […]

Bill Ruth, a native of Johnstown, Pa., and a radio operator with the U.S. Army 3rd Armored Division, had no idea of the hell he was about to enter as his unit approached the Nordhausen concentration camp in central Germany on April 15, 1945. [Nordhausen had been found by American troops on  April 11, 1945.]

“After a bitter battle with these fanatic Germans,” Ruth wrote in his diary at the time, “ Nordhausen has fallen and what we encountered is sickening, atrocious and mind boggling. [Nordhausen had been abandoned by the Germans before the Americans arrived.]

“What we saw is hard to describe. … Bodies heaped on piles with barely enough flesh to hold the skeleton together. What looked like hundreds of dead bodies on a pile, you would see a hand move, or leg or a muted groan. These poor souls were literally starved to death and left to die on this pile.”

Ruth, now 92, said he went to war when “President Roosevelt sent me a real nice invitation.” It was 1942 and he was 20 years old.

Ruth said he survived “five near misses” before arriving at Nordhausen.

While he has vivid memories of other wartime experiences, Ruth said he doesn’t want to remember but cannot forget the horror of liberating a death camp. [Nordhausen was a labor camp, where prisoners had been working to build rockets.]

“So much happens during the war and you don’t think about it until years later,” he said at his Worthington home. “I felt like a lot of guys did. It was our duty.”

Nordhausen was an extermination camp where prisoners were left to die of illness and starvation. [Nordhausen had been abandoned by the Germans; the prisoner had been taken to the Bergen-Belsen camp. The prisoners who were too sick to walk had been carried out, on stretchers, by the Germans.]

It should be incumbent upon former soldiers to learn the facts before telling their stories to gullible Americans.  Even at the age of 92, Holocaust liars and exaggerators should be put on trial, convicted and sent to prisoner for 5 years. They should be tried under the legal concept of “common design,” for which there is no defense.




  1. And I thought the ancient astronaut people were crazy, lol.

    Comment by kyle — June 7, 2014 @ 11:44 pm

  2. Looking at the starving, skeletal remains is definitely an example of Nazi atrocities.

    Comment by Nancy — June 2, 2014 @ 1:49 pm

    • Nancy wrote: “Looking at the starving, skeletal remains is definitely an example of Nazi atrocities.”

      You’ve been so conditioned by Kosher media that you believe you see “skeletal remains” when you don’t. Except the naked corpse (probably a worker who had died of typhus and whose corpse was waiting to be cremated in the morgue when the camp was bombed), do you see any skeletal corpse in the picture above? Look at the picture again…

      Comment by hermie — June 2, 2014 @ 2:36 pm

      • This is a US psych ops propaganda photo and needs to be put with the Amazonian shrunken ” Polish” heads and the Dachau ” gas chamber” . They have dumped a corpse from the cremation pile who died from Typhoid with all the labourers killed by the USAF. Voila you have proof for the unthinking masses of a ” holocaust ” !
        I wonder if all the egg heads,most of whom are long dead, who were behind the psych ops ever thought that their propaganda would actually intensify through the decades and become the basis for the values of the new world order of 2014.

        Comment by peter — June 2, 2014 @ 5:42 pm

  3. 92 year old man. Sarcasm is obviously a fine tuned proclivity of his. “Mr. Roosevelt sent me a real nice invitation”. I’m going to surmise he was referencing his draft notice. Sounds like he really wanted to “serve his country”.
    My daddy went down week after he graduated high school joined the army air corp. I stated before in battle facts become confused. What the Jews went through is no different. I know from my tours in Southeast Asia just “how confusing” s**t can actually get. For the record,my daddy did ww2,Korea and ‘Nam. No. He has the proverbial ,”axe to grind”. Tell you what. If we’re to go down the well traveled ,” the holocaust didn’t exist and/or was not as bad as it was made out to be,then I’m gonna take that position with the “slavery issue”. Life magazine reporting on the war. Ha! History is written by the people who write it. Life magazine is the last source I’d trust. The people who write history,write it how they want to write it. This ol fart clearly stated that he and a lot of guys “blocked from memory” a sight that was too horrific to be described. Years later though he can recall it. Please! It don’t make a bit of difference if the camp was for gassing Jews or just leaving them to rot. Bottom line the holocaust happened. What next? Gypsies,gays,mentally impaired were not bumped off by Hitler? Lets not forget the peice of s**t that thought it was okay to drag Anne Frank around. This person is obviously the “nut less” type. Yeah. Dragging the memory of a “dead little girl” through the mud. Yeah,he’s a big man all right . Maybe some of the jews recalled what was going on “incorrectly”. Very possible. No. Thanks to dear ol uncle Adolph, the Jews did more than enough time. I did long range patrol in ‘Nam. We got ambushed one time. Well a reunion a few years back. I got into an arguement with a buddy of mine. I swore the firefight lasted for close to an hour. He told me from the time we engaged till the time when the gunship showed up,it was less than 20 minutes. I still contend it was an hour. Bottom line,when your in a real shi**y fear for your very life situation, what you recall may not be too accurate. We got history reporting than when the reds (Papa Joe Stalin ) entered Berlin,they executed the largest “mass rape” in history. The reds spent the entire night doing nothing but going from house to house,raping women and children. Maybe when can find Some Krauts that are still alive and raped by one of the reds and lock them up. Hey. Maybe that didnt happen either. I juxtaposed my experience in ‘Nam with that of the holocaust survivors to show its very easy to recall things that may or may not have happened. Like the old adage goes,”don’t judge a person till you’ve walked in their shoes

    Comment by Tim — June 2, 2014 @ 11:11 am

    • You wrote: “It don’t make a bit of difference if the camp was for gassing Jews or just leaving them to rot. Bottom line the holocaust happened. What next? Gypsies,gays,mentally impaired were not bumped off by Hitler?”

      What about the “internment camps” for German-Americans and Japanese Americans in the USA? Does it make a difference if the German-American citizens of America were left to rot for two years AFTER the war? Would you like it if every survivor of the American internment camps was out of the lecture circuit telling his or her sob story?

      Who is the “peice of s**t that thought it was okay to drag Anne Frank around”? Are you referring to Hitler? Otto Frank sneaked out of Germany, and entered Holland illegally, to avoid being put on trial for bank fraud. If Otto Frank had not been a fugitive criminal, the Frank family would have been sent to Theresienstadt as “prominent Jews” and Anne would not have been dragged around.

      The “mentally impaired” were sent to Hartheim Castle by their parents. If the parents had been willing to take care of their “mentally impaired” children, they could have stayed at home and lived.

      Comment by furtherglory — June 2, 2014 @ 1:08 pm

    • Tim wrote: “It don’t make a bit of difference if the camp was for gassing Jews or just leaving them to rot.”

      German concentration camps were not for leaving Jews to rot, but for making them work while all able-bodied young Germans were fighting in the war induced by FDR and his clique (

      The death statistics of Belsen, Dachau, Buchenwald and probably other camps clearly show that the terrible state of the German concentration camps captured by Uncle Sam and his lil British brother in spring 1945 was not the result of a deliberate Nazi Policy, but the result of Allied bombings (causing the interruption of supply lines to the concentration camps), overcrowding (because of the evacuation of the Eastern camps) and massive epidemics (mainly typhus).

      Ironic to see that you’ve chosen to post your pro-Holohoax comment in an article about dead bodies displayed at Nordhausen, i.e. inmates directly killed by U.S. bombs. Got the irony, G.I. Tim? 😉

      Comment by hermie — June 2, 2014 @ 2:29 pm

  4. Did you ever get a fix on the post-war career of Lt. Col. Murray C. Bernays (nee Cohen) the lawyer and ex-brother-in law of pioneer spinmeister Edward Bernays who used Raphael Lemkin’s then newly minted definition of genocide to concoct the “common design” charge against the Germans at Nuremburg? His Google trail gets really cold after 1945-46. Remember Bill Paley, the head of CBS? Did you know his papers are still sealed? Supposing I wanted to find out what he did during WWII? I couldn’t do that because apparently this information is not accessible to researchers.

    Comment by who+dares+wings — June 2, 2014 @ 10:34 am

  5. It is interesting to contrast and compare the output/productivity of Soviet and German corporate work camps. A further interesting comparison for those who have the inclination would be to stare a Wachenhut closely for a modern comparo.

    Comment by thestoker — June 2, 2014 @ 10:29 am

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