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January 31, 2017

All you want to know about fake Holocaust photos…

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, World War II — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 4:51 pm

The title of my blog post today is similar to the headline on a news article which you can read here: All you want to know about Holocaust

The first photo below is shown in the recent news article:

photo used in news article

photo that was used in news article

same photo cropped differently

same location with a different photo cropped differently

Both of these two different photos show prisoners at the Nordhausen camp, who were killed by American bombs during World War II. Note the fence posts on the right hand side of both photos, which are the same kind of fence posts.

I wrote about this on this previous blog post:

https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2010/06/22/photos-dont-lie-but-liars-use-photographs-to-decieve/

The moral of this story is this: Don’t believe anything that you read in news stories about Jews, and don’t believe half of what you see on the Internet about Jews.

Adagio to Bruckner’s 7th symphony in E major

Filed under: Germany, Music, World War II — furtherglory @ 10:53 am

This music was played in Germany on January 31, 1943.

Please take 9 minutes to listen to this very sad, but also very beautiful song.  Think about what happened on this sad day.

January 31st, 1943 Paulus surrenders at Stalingrad

Filed under: Germany, TV shows, Uncategorized, World War II — furtherglory @ 10:48 am

Classic “World at War” episode 9 footage on the battle of Stalingrad.

In an earlier blog post I asked what happened on January 31, 1943.  I also asked about a song played in Germany on this sad day.The winners can now be announced:

Begin winning comments

Paulus surrendered at Stalingrad. Those poor soldiers…and it was all Hitler’s fault.

Comment by brycesdaddy1105 — January 30, 2017 @ 4:08 pm

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For info, Bruckner’s beautiful adagio was played twice in Germany during WW2: on January 31, 1943, after Paulus surrendered, and on May 1, 1945, as prelude to the announcement of Hitler’s death by Karl Dönitz.

Comment by hermie — January 30, 2017 @ 5:01 pm

End winning comments.

I blogged about Paulus before; you can read more about him by clicking the link below:

https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2017/01/22/can-you-name-this-german-general/

In a recent speech, Trump makes a serious error that insults Jews

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, Trump, Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 9:56 am

You can read an article in today’s news which quotes President Trump’s serious error, that is an insult to Jews.

https://www.algemeiner.com/2017/01/31/trumps-awful-mistake-on-the-holocaust/

Begin quote from news article:

But it was International Holocaust Day that brought him [Trump] his first major error, and it was a serious one. The White House issued a 117-word statement that said, in part, “It is with a heavy heart and somber mind that we remember and honor the victims, survivors, heroes of the Holocaust. It is impossible to fully fathom the depravity and horror inflicted on innocent people by Nazi terror. Together, we will make love and tolerance prevalent throughout the world.”

There was no mention of Jews and no mention of antisemitism. How could Trump have made such a serious error, when his son-in-law is a Jew.

Where was Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law? Why didn’t he advise Trump on the Holocaust, which was basically the murder of the Jews by the Nazis.

The news article continues with this quote:

… Black Americans own the term “slavery,” just like Jews own the term “Holocaust.” Remember, it is not called “a” Holocaust;” it is called “the” Holocaust, because it was the greatest evil done to one people in history.

Of course, many other people died from Nazi evil. Yet the vast effort of torture, murder, gas chambers, crematoria and cruelty was fixated on “the Jews.” The purpose of Nazism was to eradicate the Jewish people from the face of the earth.

When the Nazis could have sent trucks to the Russian front to help in the war effort, they directed those trucks to pick up Jews and take them to Auschwitz and Treblinka. They did not specifically pick up gypsies, gays or any other group — although they happily killed them. But it was Jews, especially Jewish babies, who were their targets.

The article ends with this quote:

Begin quote

Trump’s misrepresentation of the Holocaust — and his refusal to apologize for it or amend his statement —  is a moral error of grave proportions.

My advice to him: Move the embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem immediately.

End quote from news article