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September 16, 2015

Dates and names of Jews who were gassed in the Holocaust

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , , , — furtherglory @ 11:12 am

For years, Bradley Smith has been asking for the name of one person who was gassed in the Holocaust.

Gate into the main camp at Aushwitz

Gate into the main camp at Auschwitz

The Nazis did not keep records with the names of the Jews who were gassed.  I wrote about this on this previous blog post:  https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2010/08/04/bradley-smith-wants-documented-proof-of-one-person-who-was-gassed-at-auschwitz-or-dachau/

Now the names of two people who were gassed are known, according to this news article.

This quote is from the news article, cited above:

Begin quote:
The journey began on July 31 1943. Paula Bucholc was 11 months old and had already lost both her parents.

The first to die had been her father, Chaim Bucholc, who was led into the gas chambers at Auschwitz on September 10, 1942.

He was aged 38 and Paula – who became known as Paulette – had been born just a month earlier. Her elder sister, Sarah – who would come to be known as Suzy – was just one.

Her mother Ruchla went into hiding after Chaim disappeared. She was arrested on the streets of Antwerp during a desperate attempt to get food for her two starving children and was taken to a holding camp in Mechelen.

Records show Ruchla was sent to Auschwitz to be gassed as prisoner 950 on October 24, 1942. She was 31.

End quote

Selections for the gas chamber were made after the Jews got off the trains at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Selections for the gas chamber were made after the Jews got off the trains at Auschwitz-Birkenau

According to this news article, Chaim  “was led into the gas chamber”.  Why was he LED into the gas chamber? Was he blind, or maybe crippled?

As far as I know, the official version of the Holocaust story is that the Jews were first driven into the undressing room of a gas chamber, and then shoved naked inside the gas chamber.  I have never heard of any of the Jews being escorted or led into the gas chamber.

The news article says that Ruchla was “sent to Auschwitz to be gassed”. I thought that the Jews were sent to Auschwitz, and AFTER they arrived, selections were made.  Ruchla was 31 years old and had recently had two babies.  Why was a young woman, who was obviously in good health, condemned to be gassed BEFORE she arrived at Auschwitz?

Jews arriving on a train at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Jews arriving on a train at Auschwitz-Birkenau

As time goes by, the story of the Holocaust becomes more and more unbelievable, while more and more countries pass laws against Holocaust denial. Hopefully, I will be dead by the time that America passes a law against Holocaust denial, so that I won’t have to spend my last days in prison — for writing my blog.

19 Comments »

  1. FURTHERGLORY! Ending this post You state that Holocaust history becomes more and more unbelievable. I mean that many personal stories are told in an unbelievable way in order to meet the requirments of Shoah business managers who asl suggestive questions. The same fact – of my personal history – can be told plainly so: My Father had been ordered to take me on SS Headquarter – Komandatur – in order to show that I stood regularly at Theresienstadt. He had had reasons to fear that they would take aa hostage. After having been questioned by three SS officers I could go home, But in a meeting of Shoah business branch it should be told in following way: At not even nine years I risked for many hours to be taken as hostage by the Eichmann team but for a miracle I survived. Or try to think abour a more touching version. What they really wanted can be only conjectured
    edless to say in \961 when my Fafher worked on his book I strongly asked him to avoid any mention of this fact; indeed I rembered all my comrades who left and never returned. In the eighties my Father, having read how some figures told their stories, understood that I had been right.
    You already know my preference for a plain and simple way to tell the facts, even of my personal story, avoiding tear switching or so. Best.

    Comment by Wolf MURNELSTEIN — September 18, 2015 @ 9:38 am

    • all my comrades who left and never returned

      Wolf, as I recall, in a past comment here you seemed to assume this means they were killed in the gas chambers — is that correct? A few simple questions: How old were these “comrades”? Were they children like you? Your friends? Why do think these particular “comrades” were removed from the camp? Was there some selection process, or other logic to it? Do you have any proof of what happened to them? If not, why do you assume they were killed in the gas chambers? Isn’t it also possible they died of disease, eg typhus? Or that they survived and emigrated?

      Comment by eah — September 18, 2015 @ 12:02 pm

      • I remember children of the age under 12 years who left Theresienstadt in the transports directed to Birkenau-Auschwitz when Gas Chambers were still operating. So I can think only that they had been murdered in the Gas Chambers at their arrival. At any rate I am fed up with all the negationist fault finding questions which only who never had seen an SS nor knows the Nazi docrtrine cann put. In USA You have a great puritan lack of respect for human feelings and sorrow. What about Guantamano or prisons like Sing Sing?

        Comment by Wolf MURNELSTEIN — September 18, 2015 @ 12:34 pm

        • Wolf: I’m genuinely sorry if I offend you — I have no wish to offend you.

          Comment by eah — September 18, 2015 @ 12:48 pm

  2. FG:

    “Hopefully, I will be dead by the time that America passes a law against Holocaust denial,”

    A man in Montana has recently been charged with group defamation of jews for, in part, communicating / asserting as fact the following statement: “Now that the holocaust has been proven to be a lie beyond a reasonable doubt…”

    https://reason.com/blog/2015/06/05/montana-hate-speech-case#comment

    https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=9770

    Comment by Greg Gerdes — September 16, 2015 @ 8:40 pm

    • Naturally you did not give the full story. The man in Montana made specific threats towards shooting Jews. This is not constitutionally protected. However, the prosecutor is also indicting the man on charges that are not constitutional, including the comment on the Holocaust.
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2015/06/04/hate-speech-prosecution-in-montana/
      The article is written by a Jew. He is actually defending the Montana man and thinks what the prosecutor is doing is wrong….which means that this will probably wind up in front of the Supreme Court.
      On a personal note, I also agree that the man has the constitutional right to be a dumbass. What I can’t defend is the statements regarding shooting anyone…Jew or otherwise. So, yes, prosecuted for the comment about shooting people, no on the comment about the Holocaust.

      Comment by HCW — September 17, 2015 @ 7:09 am

    • Upon further reading I discovered that CODOH in fact quoted the article I posted, it just did not link to the article. Sorry about that. I do want to say that the man arrested and charged did in fact make threats, including shooting up a school. I can’t think of a dumber thing to say considering the school shootings that have occurred in the last few years. Anyway, I linked to the article so you can see the whole thing.

      Comment by HCW — September 17, 2015 @ 1:26 pm

  3. No one died from gassing, no gas chambers. They were not built to sustain gassing. No victims. They lied.

    Comment by Diane king — September 16, 2015 @ 2:20 pm

    • What do you know about those events? Where did you stay at those times of darkness? i guess that when I wore the yellow you had even been shitted on world.

      Comment by Wolf MURNELSTEIN — September 18, 2015 @ 10:13 pm

  4. Furtherglory, I, and I guess many commenters hope to read you for still many years.

    We might not be alive when your blog will be mandatory reading in schools, though.

    Comment by a reader — September 16, 2015 @ 12:51 pm

  5. The larger audience has been thoroughly and long conditioned to swallow this stuff entirely without thought. Thought, after all, would demolish its veracity.

    We are sheeple.

    Comment by Jett Rucker — September 16, 2015 @ 11:24 am

    • American children are indoctrinated in Holocaust history in kindergarten. My grandson was told about Danish King Christian X who wore a yellow star to show his support for the Jews. At the age of 5, he was being taught in PUBLIC SCHOOL that he should worship the Jews, just as King Chrisrtian X did.

      Comment by furtherglory — September 16, 2015 @ 11:35 am

      • Furtherglory! How can we speack about Holocaust in schools where European history and geography are not learned? You see careless reporting again. More study of historical background of events and less – much less – individual stories. But, I am not in Shoah business and so I am a voice in a desert. Best.

        Comment by Wolf MURNELSTEIN — September 16, 2015 @ 2:59 pm

        • You are correct that there is not much European history or geography taught in American schools. Yet the Holocaust is taught from kindergarten through college. Several states require the Holocaust to be taught. I wrote about this on this blog post: https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2013/06/12/if-you-dont-have-mandatory-holocaust-education-in-your-state-demand-it/

          Comment by furtherglory — September 16, 2015 @ 3:44 pm

          • I remember children of the age under 12 years who left Theresienstadt in the transports directed to Birkenau-Auschwitz when Gas Chambers were still operating. So I can think only that they had been murdered in the Gas Chambers at their arrival. At any rate I am fed up with all the negationist fault finding questions which only who never had seen an SS nor knows the Nazi docrtrine cann put. In USA You have a great puritan lack of respect for human feelings and sorrow. What about Guantamano or prisons like Sing Sing?

            Comment by Wolf MURNELSTEIN — September 18, 2015 @ 12:36 pm

          • Furtherglory! Has those states printed schoolbooks or other learning material on Holocaust?

            Comment by Wolf MURNELSTEIN — September 18, 2015 @ 12:38 pm

      • How is showing support worship? I find what he did courageous and the Danes themselves went out of their way to protect their native Jews. This is admirable. Granted, the Germans treated the Danes differently as “Racial Brothers” and took a lighter hand in Denmark. The Jews also had a place to flee to (Sweden) when the Germans decided to deport them. The Danes did actively assist their Jews in fleeing the country.

        Comment by HCW — September 17, 2015 @ 7:37 am


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