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August 5, 2016

Heinrich Himmler,”the monster in the round spectacles”

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 10:14 am

The title of my blog post today comes from an article which you can read in full at

The following quote is from the news article:

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Himmler had been the one responsible for the introduction of gas chambers, after ordering that more “efficient” ways be found to complete his assigned task of killing Europe’s 11 million Jews.

The scale and horror of the task, however, did not daunt [Himmler] the monster in the round spectacles.

Himmler, like Hitler, liked to rise late and work well into the evening or the early hours.

A typical day, according to his diaries, began with a two-hour massage from Dr Felix Kersten to prepare for his day.

Another daily feature, dutifully recorded in his diary, were [was] his phone calls home to “Mammi and Puppi” — his pet names for wife Margarete and daughter Gudrun.

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I had a childhood friend, whose nickname was “Poopie” which is the way that the word Puppi is pronounced. Correct me if I am wrong, but I think that the word Puppi means “little doll” in German.

The German word Mammi is pronounced the same as the English word Mommie, as far as I know. However, I believe that the German word Mutti, pronounced Mooty, was used more often back then.

The following quote is also from the news article:

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The diaries cover 1938 as well as the crucial war years of 1943 and 1944. Historians studying them say they are “of shudderingly outstanding historical significance”.

Again, the understated nature of the entries about hugely significant events is staggering. For example, entries for October 4, 1943, recorded a visit to Poznan, in occupied Poland, for a series of meetings, lunch and, “17.30: speech to SS officers”.

The speech, in fact, was Himmler’s most explicit public description of the Holocaust, in which he described the SS’s mission as “the extermination of the Jewish race”.

He congratulated himself and the rest of the SS for carrying out this “difficult duty” while still being “decent fellows”.

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After the war, Heinrich Himmler tried to escape by putting on a Wehrmacht uniform and a patch over one eye, but he was captured by the British Army about two weeks after the Germans surrendered.

Himmler allegedly committed suicide by biting down on a cyanide capsule, that he had managed to keep hidden in his mouth while eating a sandwich during his interrogation by the British.

Himmler’s daughter did not believe that her father committed suicide. Himmler and his daughter, Gudrun, are shown in the photo below.

Heinrich Himmler and his daughter Puppi

Heinrich Himmler and his daughter Puppi

The story is that Himmler had a cyanide capsule hidden in a hole in one of his back teeth. However, his daughter said that Himmler had a perfect set of teeth with no cavities nor holes.

Photo of Himmler lying dead

Photo of Himmler lying dead

Heinrich Himmler and Reinhart Heydrich

Heinrich Himmler and Reinhart Heydrich in March 1938




  1. At Nuremberg, is not + might be = is

    Comment by wanderer — July 5, 2019 @ 5:51 am

    • There were no homicidal gas chambers so he must of been dreamimg….LOL
      Please show me a picture of a homicidal gas chamber? You can’t…….no one has ever seen one…….
      plenty of fumigation chambers but not used for killing people. Could they have been, sure but they were way too small.
      Also, didin’t Himmler say at one time the deaths in the camps by typhus were way too many and they had to lower them?
      Seems kinda strange doesn’t it? Thats why they ordered more fumigation chambers built.
      Building more fumigation facilities sure doesn’t seem like they wanted to see more deaths but more people survive.
      As it was approximately 500,000 people died in all the camps from all causes and half of them might of been jews.

      To learn more about the HoloHoax check out my bitchute site….all 10 of my youtube sites have been taken down……
      Gee I wonder why?

      Jim Rizoli
      My wordpress blog site was take down also here is a new one I’m using.

      Comment by Jim Rizoli — July 5, 2019 @ 6:47 am

  2. I was at the British National Archives at Kew Gardens a few years ago researching Robert Bruce Lockhart. I learned that most of his papers are at a college elsewhere, but that they have a fond (file) of his miscellaneous letters. There was a notice inside from the head archivist that eight documents in the file had been removed because they had been determined to be forgeries. I recall, too, the removed documents had numbers and could be requested, but I didn’t have time to pursue it. In fact, I’d forgotton all about the scandal Martin Allen’s book about Himmler caused and only realized later the file I was examining must have been the one in which he found evidence of Himmler’s death at the hands of his British interrogators. BTW Americans and British interrogators beat German POWs to death often and with complete impunity. Britain’s Jewish Brigade and the U.S. Army “Ritchey Boys” were out for Talmudic revenge.

    Comment by who dares wings — August 7, 2016 @ 7:20 am

    • If everything with the holo is kosher (no pun intended),why does the word “forgery”, keep surfacing? Far as us throwing some German POWs deadly beatings,no surprise there. I saw an illegal killing when I was in Nam. I didn’t say anything ( nobody did.just another dead slope). I figured no big deal. I’ll take that guilt to my grave. I feel guilty about my 3 righteous kills. I know how foggy shit gets in a war. So I’m not gonna let any of our boys off with the excuse that ,”shit got confusing after awhile”. They weren’t even in an engagement. They were interrogating a POW. I guess if we wag our fingers at the Krauts and say they pulled the most hideous shit known to mankind,they could justify flat out murdering a POW. I’m not expert on the Geneva Convention,but I’m pretty sure it’s written in there somewhere,”murder of an enemy combatant,who is of the POW status,is unacceptable”. Then again as long as countries chose to settle their differences at the working end of a gun,it’s not gonna matter. Like H. G. Wells said,”if we don’t end war,war will end us”.

      Comment by Tim — August 7, 2016 @ 4:10 pm

    • The same thing happened to Rudolf Hess, he just had had too many burthdays. Apart from that, Spandau Prison where he was the only one, was urgently needed for a shopping complex.

      Comment by Herbert Stolpmann von Waldeck — August 7, 2016 @ 8:50 pm

  3. F–k the round specs he wore. He’s got the haircut from hell. That haircut is some hideous ass shit. I saw in a documentary one time,Himmler was visiting one of the prisons. He was walking along the fence line,and a prisoner on the other side,walked up to the fence. He engaged Himmler in conversation. Himmler stopped and listened to the prisoner. This guy was probably talking to Himmler for about 5 minutes. The whole time Himmler was facing this prisoner,he gave the guy his undivided attention. If Himmler hated Jews that much,then why would he waste his time listening to one? I’m not saying this proves anything one way or another. He was being very cordial towards this Jew . If he hated jews that much,it seems to me,he would’ve told the Jew prisoner to f–k off off and kept right on walking

    Comment by Tim — August 5, 2016 @ 9:55 pm

  4. Himmler’s Death

    We have been through this chapter before ad ‘Gasan’ even mentioned the name of the British agent who killed him, I did search this blog but could not find the entry. There was even a reaction by Dr W. Murmelstein at that time

    I am quoting now from:

    The Public Records Office at Kew, London, Martin Allen found a note dated May 10th 1945 from John Wheeler-Bennett at the Foreign Office to Robert Bruce Lockhart at PWE. The note was marked ‘Personal and Secret’. It states:
    “We cannot allow Himmler to take to the stand in any prospective prosecution, or indeed allow him to be interrogated by the Americans. Steps will therefore have to be taken to eliminate him as soon as he falls into our hands. Please give the matter some thought as, if we are to take action, we will have to expedite such an act with some haste.I have arranged for Mr. Thomas to go for a fortnight“

    What happened next, Allen argues, is open to contention. Allen has found a coded telegram in a Foreign Office file at Kew. It is from a ‘Mr. Thomas’. It states:
    “Further to my orders, we successfully intercepted HH last night at Luneberg before he could be interrogated. As instructed, action was taken to silence him permanently.”

    It is assumed that HH was Heinrich Himmler. Whatever precisely happened, a dead Himmler, according, to Allen, could not embarrass the government. Did Himmler kill himself to cheat the hangman or was he killed by British Intelligence and then buried in an unmarked grave so no autopsy can ever be carried out? Or was the man a double for Himmler – as has been stated – who died while the SS leader escaped justice?

    Comment by Herbert Stolpmann von Waldeck — August 5, 2016 @ 6:53 pm

    • The mystery of who planted forged documents in the National Archives, leading to the rewriting of history and an allegation that Himmler was murdered on Winston Churchill’s orders, seems certain to remain unsolved, the Financial Times reveals today.

      After a 13-month police investigation, the Crown Prosecution Service decided the only suspect in a sophisticated campaign to pervert the course of history was too ill to stand trial.

      The forgeries, 29 in all, supported allegations of British perfidy during the second world war, recounted in three revisionist history books.

      Richard Ingrams, former editor of Private Eye, whose late father Leonard was falsely identified as Himmler’s assassin, yesterday called for an inquiry. Detectives concluded the forgeries were slipped into 12 files in the archives in Kew, southwest London, between 1999 and 2005.

      Forensic examination revealed the fakes: letterheads on documents supposedly written in 1945 by Brendan Bracken, Churchill’s minister of information and later owner of the Financial Times, were made with a laser printer.

      Det Insp Andy Perrott, who led the investigation, called the case “a well-planned attempt to corrupt the UK’s primary source of historical information”.

      All the forgeries were cited as sources in one of three works by a historian named Martin Allen.

      Computerised archives records obtained under the Freedom of Information Act showed only one person had access to all 12 files since declassification.

      People familiar with the investigation’s results told the Financial Times that person was Mr Allen. In 2007, Mike O’Brien, then solicitor general, said in a parliamentary answer that the CPS decided there was enough evidence against Mr Allen “to provide a realistic prospect of conviction”.

      But he said the CPS also decided it was not in the public interest to prosecute, adding Mr Allen’s “health and the surrounding circumstances” played an important role in the decision.

      Mr Allen denies any knowledge of the forgeries or how they reached the archives, and has suggested he was the victim of a conspiracy.

      The CPS decision drew heavy criticism.

      Sir Max Hastings, the historian, said: “It is hard to imagine actions more damaging to the cause of preserving the nation’s heritage, than wilfully forging documents designed to alter our historical record.”

      Comment by Anonymouse — August 8, 2016 @ 2:10 pm

  5. “Himmler’s daughter, Gudrun, did not believe that her father committed suicide…The story is that Himmler had a cyanide capsule hidden in a hole in one of his back teeth. However, his daughter said that Himmler had a perfect set of teeth with no cavities nor holes”.

    So we are left with a question of who to believe;

    A) Himmler’s own daughter, who loved and honoured her dear father,


    B) British military intelligence personnel, who you wouldn’t even contemplate inviting into your home in case they would steal your property or plant incriminating evidence.

    I know who I believe!

    Comment by Talbot — August 5, 2016 @ 12:25 pm

    • I agree with her. When David Irving sticks to his business, what he does best, in his book, he learned of evidence that more than convinces that Himmler was tortured and then murdered. Gudrum is right!

      Comment by Diane King — August 5, 2016 @ 5:50 pm

  6. They have to continue to feed their Horror Disneyland Story. Good tabloid news for those that hardly know how to read.
    Next they will be saying Hitler enjoyed watching the alligators rip apart Jews in the Auschwitz swimming pool (actually fire brigade reservoir ) LOL,…… It Doesn’t really matter how bizarre the horror story is the gullible goyim will believe it.


    Comment by jrizoli — August 5, 2016 @ 10:26 am

    • You wrote: “in the Auschwitz swimming pool (actually fire brigade reservoir”

      The swimming pool at the Auschwitz main camp was actually a swimming pool, but now tourists are told the swimming pool was really a “fire brigade reservoir” because a death camp cannot have a swimming pool for prisoners. Actually, the prisoners and the SS men both used the pool.

      Comment by furtherglory — August 5, 2016 @ 10:35 am

      • I mentioned fire brigade reservoir because that is what they call it now….
        Like we are going to believe a beautiful ornate swimming pool was used to put out fires…..LOL


        Comment by jrizoli — August 5, 2016 @ 10:45 am

      • FG. You made a comment one time about Jew composers in Germany (prior ww2). Something to the effect what they composed,really wasn’t in line with German classical music. I found this one German composer ( it’s kinda creepy. I had to watch “The Exorcist to discover this ol boy) . Hans Werner Henze. His pop fought in ww1 and 2. His daddy fell on the eastern front. Hans joined the army in ’44. Then the Limeys caught his ass and he was a POW for the rest of the war. At any rate,he’s a good composer. You made mention of German composers awhile back. You ever heard of this fella?

        Comment by Tim — August 8, 2016 @ 11:52 am

        • You wrote: “Hans Werner Henze”
          I have never heard anything about Henze. I am not musically inclined. I am tone deaf and can’t carry a tune in a basket.
          I wrote about Richard Wagner on this blog post:

          Even though I know nothing about music, I can still enjoy the music of Wagner.

          Comment by furtherglory — August 8, 2016 @ 12:01 pm

          • That’s why I was asking. You mentioned Jew composers had depressing music of sorts. You said German composers had a more positive upbeat tempo to their works. “Ride of the Valkyries”. That’s a great one. It’s impossible to be in a “we’re all doomed” mood if that’s playing

            Comment by Tim — August 8, 2016 @ 3:11 pm

    • You wrote: “Doesn’t really matter how bizarre the horror story is the gullible goyim will believe it.”

      I have noticed that the number of readers of my blog, who live in Germany, is increasing by the day. Don’t let anyone know that you are reading my blog, if you live in Germany, [unless you are Jewish] because my whole blog is nothing but Holocaust denial. You could wind up in prison for 5 years or more for reading Holocaust denial. By the time that America has a Holocaust denial law, I will be dead, so I am not worried.

      Comment by furtherglory — August 5, 2016 @ 10:55 am

    • Per the amazingly astute DID SIX MILLION REALLY DIE: According to Manvell and Frankl (Heinrich Himmler. London, 1965), the policy of genocide “seems to have been arrived at” after “secret discussions” between Hitler and Himmler (p. 118), though they fail to prove it. Reitlinger and Poliakov guess along similar “verbal” lines, adding that no one else was allowed to be present at these discussions, and no records were ever kept of them. This is the purest invention, for there is not a shred of evidence that even suggests such outlandish meetings took place. William Shirer, in his generally wild and irresponsible book The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, is similarly muted on the subject of documentary proof. He states weakly that Hitler’s supposed order for the murder of Jews “apparently was never committed to paper — at least no copy of it has yet been unearthed. It was probably given verbally to Göring, Himmler and Heydrich, who passed it down . . ,”(p. 1148). A typical example of the kind of “proof’ quoted in support of the extermination legend is given by Manvell and Frankl. They cite a memorandum of 31st July, 1941 sent by Göring to Heydrich, who headed the Reich Security Head Office and was Himmler’s deputy. Significantly, the memorandum begins: “Supplementing the task that was assigned to you on 24th January 1939, to solve the Jewish problem by means of emigration and evacuation in the best possible way according to present conditions …” The supplementary task assigned in the memorandum is a “total solution (Gesamtlösung) of the Jewish question within the area of German influence in Europe,” which the authors admit means concentration in the East, and it requests preparations for the “organisational, financial and material matters” involved. The memorandum then requests a future plan for the “desired final solution” (Endlösung), which clearly refers to the ideal and ultimate scheme of emigration and evacuation mentioned at the beginning of the directive. No mention whatever is made of murdering people, but Manvell and Frankl assure us that this is what the memorandum is really about. Again, of course, the “true nature” of the final as distinct from the total solution “was made known to Heydrich by Göring verbafly” (ibid, p. 118). The convenience of these “verbal” directives issuing back and forth is obvious.

      Comment by Diane King — August 5, 2016 @ 5:51 pm

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