Elie Wiesel has recently admitted that he has no ID number tattooed on his arm, which is an admission that he was never in a concentration camp, as he has been claiming for years.
He was not a prisoner at Auschwitz, where all incoming prisoners were immediately tattooed with a number on their arm.
The gate into the Buchenwald camp is shown in the photo above.
He was not at Buchenwald which was a class II concentration camp in Germany. The sign on the gate into the camp reads “Jedem das Seine” which is German for “Everyone gets what he deserves.”
I have a section about Buchenwald on my website at http://www.scrapbookpages.com/Buchenwald/index.html
According to a recent news article, Elie Wiesel was quoted as follows:
“I belong to a generation that has seen probably the darkest of its moments and lived them …but also the happiest. The Day of Liberation [of Buchenwald]…when suddenly, the Americans came in! Days earlier, 10,000 left Buchenwald [to be killed] and [we] were the last to leave literally the last…. we were supposed to leave the next day. ”
I have written extensively about Elie Wiesel and the liberation of Buchenwald on my scrapbookpages.com website: