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June 17, 2014

The Holocaust survivor who hated Volkswagens because that’s the company that made the gas chambers

According to an article in the Wisconsin Daily Union newspaper, which you can read in full here, Holocaust survivor Walter Peltz “hated Volkswagens, because that’s the company that made the gas chambers.”

1966 Volkswagen Beetle

1966 Volkswagen Beetle

This quote is from the news article:

At the end of his life, 84-year-old Walter Peltz found himself back in the Holocaust, reliving the horror years of his incarceration in the concentration camps of Majdanek, Auschwitz, Sachsenhausen and Dachau.

Note that Walter Peltz survived four camps, all of which had gas chambers, according to official Holocaust history.  The remains of the gas chambers at Majdanek, Auschwitz, Sachsenhausen and Dachau can still be seen today.  Curiously, the design of the gas chambers in these four camps are all different.

The Volkswagen was the people’s car, an inexpensive car designed for the German volk.

This quote is also from the article about Walter Peltz, and his widow Arleen, who spoke to children in the Jefferson Middle School in Jefferson, Wisconsin recently:

Soldiers had to volunteer to be a member of Hitler’s SS, however, and it was those “death squads” that served as guards in most of the major concentration camps, Arleen [Peltz] said.

The widow noted that much later in his life, Walter served as a witness against two former SS officers who made it to Milwaukee under false pretenses, and the officers were then deported.

“I feel sorry for their children, I really do,” Arleen said.

But, she noted, “The men claimed that they were forced to do what they did, but nobody forced them to whip people to death. Nobody forced them to kill infants for fun. Nobody forced them to use swords on pregnant women to kill their babies.”

Wisconsin and Missouri have the largest number of German-Americans today.  What will this do to the self esteem of the German-American students who have to listen to stories of German soldiers stabbing pregnant woman with a sword in order to kill their babies.

I previously blogged about the pregnant women who had their babies in a sub-camp of Dachau, and were then brought to the main Dachau camp:

This quote is from the news article:

[Walter Peltz] spent 18 months at Majdanek, working in the gas chambers and crematoriums. Then he was transferred to Auschwitz as part of a labor force to build railroad tracks. He broke all of his toes on that project serving as a “human mule,” as prisoners did all the tasks animals would usually do.

Arleen said she has been to the former [Majdanek] camp. It’s disconcerting to realize it’s right in the middle of the city and people had to have some idea what was happening there, she said.

“People who told me they didn’t know — I wish they’d said nothing at all,” she said of her visit in latter years.

It was at this camp Dr. Joseph Mengele, famed for his inhuman medical experiments, used to stand, pointing his thumb one direction or the other to indicate whether each new arrival would live or die, Arleen said.

Walter then was transferred via Oranienburg to Sachsenhausen, a labor camp, and then on to Dachau.

Note that Arlene, the widow of Walter Peltz, told the 8th graders in the Jefferson Middle School that Dr. Joseph Mengele was at Majdanek, pointing his thumb to indicate who would live and who would die. According to the news article, her late husband Walter Peltz was working in the gas chambers at Majdanek during this time.

“But Dachau was worse, much worse, [Walter] said. [Arlene] recalled him describing whippings for nothing and prisoners being tortured by being forced to remain still for long periods between electrified wires.”

So Dachau was worse than Majdanek, according to Walter Peltz.  What about the orders given by Heinrich Himmler, the head of the concentration camps, who warned the guards in the camps that they were not allowed to “lay violent hands on the prisoners”?  There were 128 guards in the camp prison at Dachau when the camp was liberated. They were being punished for mistreating the prisoners.

What effect will Arlene’s lies have on the young German-American  students in the Jefferson Middle School?  There should be a law against Holocaust survivors and the widows of Holocaust survivors telling obvious lies to young children in American schools.


  1. Article: “During a question session after the presentation, one student asked whether Walter ever hated anybody. Arleen replied that he hated Volkswagens, because that’s the company that made the gas chambers.”

    Ridiculous! The great majority of Westerners believe in the alleged “Holocaust” & its Nazi gas chambers as hard as conceivable, but most of them know nothing about the murder weapon supposedly used to perpetrate that “Holocaust”. Why would Volkswagen or Siemens (as a poster recently commented in here) have been tasked with designing and building giant gas chambers never seen before and after that? Why would Top und Sohne, a company making crematory ovens and morgues, have been tasked with designing and building those extraordinary chemical slaughterhouses for humans? That makes no sense! You don’t design, build and use such facilities as you plant seeds. You just can’t improvise the design, building and use of complex and dangerous facilities as giant gas chambers for mass gassings. That would have been a tremendously complicated task requiring highly qualified engineers, chemists and technicians. And there was only one logical choice for that job: a company (probably Tesch und Stabenow aka Testa) of the German chemical corporation Degesch, which was very experienced in the design, building and use of delousing gas chambers and poison gases for the destruction of typhus-carrying lice and other kinds of vermins. Claiming that Hoess designed unprecedented giant chemical slaughterhouses all by himself, tasked a few workers with drilling holes in the roof of morgues, tasked a Jewish inmate (Mickaël Kula) with manufacturing wire mesh columns, tasked Topf und Sohne to install ventilators in morgues/gas chambers and succeeded in gassing hundreds of thousands of Jews that way is completely laughable. Hitler’s “Final Solution” (as depicted in orthodox historiography) was in fact a technical nightmare, not a historical nightmare as many believe…

    Comment by hermie — June 19, 2014 @ 5:53 pm

  2. That’s because Jews prefer Mercedes. More comfortable for their Chosen ass. 😉

    Comment by hermie — June 18, 2014 @ 9:20 pm

  3. ” He broke all of his toes on that project”

    I assume the horrible Germans gave him medical treatment for this, otherwise this would have resulted in him now being completely unable to do anything standing up

    Comment by DB — June 17, 2014 @ 2:15 pm

  4. Gas tanks maybe.

    Comment by eah — June 17, 2014 @ 2:07 pm

    • Good one! I didn’t think of that.

      According to Wikipedia: “Because of gasoline shortages, a few wartime “Holzbrenner” Beetles were fueled by wood pyrolysis gas producers under the hood.” The engine was in the back of the Volkswagen Beetle, and the “wood pyrolysis gas producers” were under the hood. So the company that made the Volkswagen car really did design “gas chambers.”

      Comment by furtherglory — June 18, 2014 @ 10:07 am

  5. German-American kids are nowadays just “American” kids. Jewish kids are (still) Jewish, usually by their own (or their parents’) insistence. Of course, they’re victims, unlike the Germans.

    Comment by Jett Rucker — June 17, 2014 @ 11:42 am

  6. Yes you are correct in that every camp liberated in 1945 had their own design homicidal gas chambers ; you would have thought there would have been some standardisation in design…
    The Black Rabbit has found this delightful snippet from the IWM archives on the ” Belsen Homicidal Gas Chamber ” as told by the British Army to the gullible in 1945.
    I especially enjoyed the switch from gas to water making the process so easy. Sadly the Belsen Gas Chamber had to be knocked down otherwise I imagine it would be in 2014 being shown on History Channel Documentaries.

    Comment by peter — June 17, 2014 @ 10:38 am

    • Thanks for the link. I noticed that the vents on the roof of the gas chamber building were not very tall. A real gas chamber requires a 40 foot pipe to vent the gas out of the room.

      He is not the first person to say that the gas chamber rooms could switch from water to gas. That’s how they got the prisoners to enter the room, by telling them that they were going to take a shower, but then they switched from water to gas.

      Bergen-Belsen was an EXCHANGE camp, but the Allies refused to exchange the German prisoners in their camps for the Jews at Belsen. You can’t blame the Nazis for being so angry about this, that they gassed the prisoners to death.

      Comment by furtherglory — June 18, 2014 @ 11:54 am

  7. Well, I would be interested to know what they were meaning about the VW company making the ‘gas chambers’. Which gas chambers are they suggesting, the actual disinfection-delousing chambers that no one denies were there and are still there, or the so called gas chambers which are scientifically impossible to do as claimed? Did VW make any such equipment? On an aside it is odd that this particular man wouldn’t want a VW but in Israel other German cars like Mercedes have always sold really well.

    Comment by Clent — June 17, 2014 @ 9:18 am

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