You can read all about the latest controversy on this news article:
The following quote is from the news article:
House Republicans blocked a resolution advanced by Democrats on Tuesday declaring that Jews were the primary victims of the Holocaust. From the Washington Examiner:
Led by [House Democratic Caucus Chairman Joe] Crowley, Democrats tried to force the House to vote on the resolution he introduced last week calling on the White House “to affirm that the Nazi regime targeted the Jewish people in its perpetration of the Holocaust.” More than 100 House Democrats co-sponsored the measure.
Where was Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner? Why didn’t Jared advise Trump that although some non-Jews might have died in the Nazi concentration camps, it is only the Jewish deaths that count. Nobody cares about non-Jews who might have died in a Nazi concentration camp.
On this previous blog post, I wrote about the records kept by the Nazis: https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2013/05/10/30000-records-kept-by-the-nazis-but-not-one-name-of-anyone-who-died-in-a-gas-chamber/
In 1998, I wrote, on my scrapbookpages.com website, about the classification of the prisoners at the Dachau concentration camp. This was written before I became a Holocaust denier.
The following quote is from my scrapbookpages.com website:
The Dachau concentration camp prisoners were classified by nationality and by the type of crime allegedly committed. When the Dachau camp was liberated on April 29, 1945, the largest number of prisoners in the whole Dachau system, including the 123 sub-camps, were classified as political prisoners, who numbered 43,401; the majority of them were Catholic. The political prisoners included Communists, Social Democrats, anarchists, spies, and anti-Fascist resistance fighters from the Nazi occupied countries such as France, Belgium, Norway, the Netherlands, and Poland.
Before World War II started in 1939, the number of foreigners in the Dachau main camp was insignificant, as most of the prisoners were German or Austrian, including a few Jews. During the war, the Germans and Austrians were a minority among the Dachau prisoners; the average number of Germans at Dachau during the war was about 3,000, according to The Official Report by the U.S. Seventh Army, which was based on two days of interviews with the survivors of the camp.
The Official Report states on page 16: “Some two thousand Germans were evacuated and killed in the last big transport a few days before our occupation of Dachau.” Other sources say that the German prisoners were released and forced to serve in the German Army.
The largest national group in the main Dachau camp was the Polish prisoners, followed by Russians, French, Yugoslavs, Germans, Jews and Czechs, according to the Official Report.
End quote from my website.
You can see photos of the German guards at Auschwitz here: http://mashable.com/2017/02/11/auschwitz-guards/