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April 5, 2017

Irene Zisblatt is back in the news

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 9:03 am

I have previously blogged about Irene Zisblatt on these blog posts: https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/tag/irene-zisblatt/

Irene Zisblatt points to the spot under her arm where her tattoo was removed

Note that Irene Zisblatt is pointing to a spot UNDER her arm. The prisoners at Auschwitz were tattooed on the top of their arm, not under the arm.

You can read about famous Holocaust liar Irene Zisblatt in this news article: http://www.collegian.psu.edu/news/campus/article_98dc817c-19b2-11e7-bfe9-c7200a7a39fd.html

The following quote is from the article:

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Although the Holocaust ended more than 70 years ago, whenever Irene Zisblatt sees a train or train tracks she can still remember all the details.

Zisblatt, born in a village in the Hungarian mountainside, is a Holocaust survivor. She held back tears as she shared her story of survival with a packed Eisenhower Auditorium on Tuesday night. Born in 1929, Zisblatt was the oldest of six children, she had four brothers and one sister.

As a 13-year-old inmate in Auschwitz-Birkenau, Zisblatt was subjected to Dr. Josef Mengele’s experiments, among many other of the camp’s horrors.

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Note that the newspaper article uses the title of Dr. when printing Dr. Josef Mengele’s name. I have never before seen this in a news article. Dr. Mengele has always been deprived of his title, even though he had two doctorates.

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Dr. Mengele is the man on the far left side of the photo

Dr. Mengele was a handsome man, and as nice as could be, but he is always demonized in every news story because he sent Jews to their death, after making selections when the Jews got off the incoming trains at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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