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July 1, 2016

What really happened at Bergen-Belsen

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, World War II — Tags: — furtherglory @ 7:18 pm

A reader of my blog put up this website about the liberation of Bergen-Belsen:

On my website, I have a section about the British liberation of Bergen-Belsen, which tells the true story of what happened:

I also have these pages about Bergen Belsen on my website:

There were two small towns in the area where the camp was located: Bergen and Belsen

If you decide to go there, and you want to take a bus to the camp, don’t tell the bus driver that you want to got to Bergen-Belsen. He will say “Which one? Bergen or Belsen?  Tell the driver that you want to go to the Memorial site at the former Belsen camp.

misuse of photos in news stories…

Filed under: Health, Holocaust — furtherglory @ 10:47 am

For years, I have been complaining about the misuse of photos in news articles about the Holocaust.

Gypsy children suffering from Noma

Gypsy children at Auschwitz-Birkenau who were suffering from a disease called Noma

This morning I read a news article which showed this photo. For some reason, I can no longer find the link to the article. Maybe this news story has already been taken down.

For years, the photo above has been claimed, by the Jews, to be Jewish children who had been tortured by the Nazis.  Actually, this is a photo of Gypsy children who are suffering from a disease called Noma.  Dr. Josef Mengele was studying these children, in hopes of finding a cure for this disease.



SaferWeb, the latest Online ID protection

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 8:27 am

Lately, there have been a lot of new readers coming to my blog.  Many of them are using smart phones to read my blog. These people might be interested in this information at

The following quote is from the article, cited above:

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Experts Are Now Calling SaferWeb, “A Game Changer For Internet Users”

As part of the special promotion due to end July 2, 2016, a group of Engineers teamed up with innovative new software provider SaferWeb, to provide the latest ID Protection thats [that’s] just gone viral.

If you have a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone connected to the internet, your activities could be monitored and private information collected when you’re Internet shopping or banking. Even just browsing online is a risk in 2016.

SaferWeb had a primary objective to eliminate this by boosting security and ensure eavesdroppers cannot make sense of your encrypted communications.

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I still use a real computer, a Macintosh, on top of my desk, although lately, I have been learning to use a smart phone.  I prefer the large screen on my desk top.