Two years ago, I wrote about Iby Knill on this blog post: https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2014/04/10/holocaust-survivor-iby-knill-breaks-her-silence-to-tell-story-of-a-twin-who-was-gassed-at-auschwitz/
According to a news article which you can read in full here, Iby is still alive and still lying her head off.
The following quote is from the news article:
As she told the story of her upbringing in former Czechoslovakia and Hungary, and her young adult life, there was visible shock as students heard the harrowing details of the war. Mrs Knill said she was transported 250 miles in a cramped train from Hungary to the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp.
She said: “When we arrived I was registered as a political prisoner and a nurse, which probably saved my life. In the six weeks I was there, 600,000 people arrived at the camp, with the trains queuing up to bring people in. When we were taken to be showered, we didn’t know whether we were going to die or not as the showers and gas chambers were side-by-side; you just had to stand and hope for the water to come down.”
How cruel the Germans were! They couldn’t even let these innocent Jews take a shower without putting them into a room where water showers and gas showers were side by side. What company manufactured the gas showers? Inquiring minds want to know!
The first photo above shows holes in the ceiling of the alleged combination shower room and gas chamber in the Dachau camp. All of the shower heads have been stolen by students and only the holes remain. The second photo shows a real shower room that is frequently called a gas chamber.
Another quote from the news article:
One story which evoked a big reaction from students stemmed from her time in Germany, as the hospital she [where she] worked
at was being evacuated towards the end of the war.
“One woman who had recently given birth put her baby on some straw by the door on the wagon we were in to get it more air. A German officer jumped up into the wagon and stood on the baby, killing it, in front of the mother.”
How many times have you heard a Jew describe how the German soldiers stomped on babies as the mothers watched?
Strangely, I have never met any German men who acted cruel, at least not to me. Have the German men changed that much since World War II?