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September 2, 2017

Today is the anniversary of the day that Anne Frank was sent to a camp

Filed under: Auschwitz, Holocaust, Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 3:14 pm

September 2, 1944: Anne Frank Sent To Auschwitz Concentration Camp

I have a section on my website about Anne Frank, which you can read at

http://www.scrapbookpages.com/AnneFrank/AnneFrank01.html

You can read about Anne Frank in this news article: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/september-2-1944-anne-frank-sent-to-auschwitz-concentration-camp

The following quote is from the news article:

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On September 2, 1944 Anne Frank was sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp. The 15-year-old girl was forced to have her head shaved and was branded with a numerical tattoo. During the day, she had to do slave labor, hauling rocks and digging sod.

Within a year, the young teen was dead. Diseases ran rampant because of the horrid conditions of the concentration camp, but Frank’s exact cause of death is not known. She became famous, post-death, after her diary was found and published. “The Diary of a Young Girl” documented her life in hiding from 1942 to 1944, and is now one of the world’s most famous books.

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Years ago, I visited the Anne Frank house and wrote about it on my website at http://www.scrapbookpages.com/AnneFrank/AnneFrank03.html

Who doesn’t love Anne Frank? She was just a normal Jewish girl. Her family was lying, cheating and stealing, like all Jews do. They could not understand why the Nazis objected to that.

 

 

29 Comments »

  1. From The Board of Deputies of British Jews 2015 General Election Manifesto :

    Comment by hermie — September 4, 2017 @ 9:00 pm

    • children

      Perhaps also a ‘Holocaust’ play set with a gas chamber, ovens, figures of orthodox Jews and Nazis — for a bit more money you get a train with tracks, a selection ramp, and a Dr Mengele figure.

      Comment by eah — September 4, 2017 @ 10:57 pm

  2. Comment by eah — September 4, 2017 @ 1:52 pm

  3. I did laugh at the reference to young girls in the Europe of 2017 wanting to be tattooed. Can the 4 th of September be added to the Holocaust Holy day calender? we dont have any other in September and any worthwhile faith needs year round Holy days.

    Comment by peter — September 4, 2017 @ 12:54 pm

    • “And not a tattoo in the bunch!”

      Comment by eah — September 4, 2017 @ 1:54 pm

  4. During the day, she had to do slave labor, hauling rocks and digging sod.

    Of course this is total bullshit — but no one will question it.

    Comment by eah — September 4, 2017 @ 11:32 am

  5. She was ahead of her time…most girls in Europe would love to be tattooed and have their head shaved

    Comment by Schlageter — September 3, 2017 @ 3:37 am

  6. So many things were not told here……She supposably was in Auschwitz, had her head shaved because that was to protect her, she got moved to Bergen Belsen got sick and died there.
    So whats the big deal. Youg girl writes a diary of her experiences in Holland but not of the camp. Jews make a big deal with it and with good JEW PR they make a book out of it and then a movie. The books and movies sure makes millions and she now is the poster child for the Holohoax.

    JR

    Comment by Jim Rizoli — September 2, 2017 @ 4:58 pm

    • Jimbo. I thought all the Jews got shaved,for hygienic purpose,when they got to lockdown

      Comment by Tim — September 2, 2017 @ 7:54 pm

      • The German game plan was to shave all these people coming into the camps and give them showers so that they would be a free of lice which was epidemic in Europe at the time especially amongst the Jews because the Jews were not clean people they didn’t care too much about bathing so when they had to take a shower I’m sure it was like a fate worse than death for them.

        JR

        Comment by Jim Rizoli — September 3, 2017 @ 10:22 am

        • So if the “real reason” ever got why they were shaved,people might have to actually consider the hygiene issues. Wouldn’t be too easy to blame all their deaths on gas. Correct?

          Comment by Tim — September 3, 2017 @ 2:01 pm

          • Tim wrote: “Wouldn’t be too easy to blame all their deaths on gas. Correct?”

            On gas and on an alleged genocidal policy of deliberate starvation and “slave labor” (a term Göring vigorously opposed at Nuremberg) to death. Correct, Tim. What would the Holohoax be without the systematic use of the terrible pics of huge epidemics in the last operational German concentration camps?

            Comment by hermie — September 5, 2017 @ 6:16 am

    • So whats the big deal — wtf? — the “big deal” is that she was horribly mistreated (like millions of others/Jews) and died as a result.

      Comment by eah — September 3, 2017 @ 10:35 am

      • I don’t think Anne Frank was horribly mistreated she was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
        War is hell and to think that things are going to be easy for those in its fury it ain’t going to happen.
        Why should Anne get the royal treatment in the camps when thousands of others died along with her?

        Bottom line is they found their poster child and ran with it and have done very well with the story.
        The fact that she is dead is good for the Holohoaxers because she can’t be heard, to tell the truth of what really happened to her. So her predecessors can make up any old silly story they want and stupid people are going to believe it.
        In the HoloHoax business, Fiction is better than the truth.

        JR

        Comment by Jim Rizoli — September 3, 2017 @ 11:19 am

        • War is hell

          Maybe you can explain: what did sending a young teenage girl to a place like Auschwitz have to do with (waging) “war”?

          Comment by eah — September 4, 2017 @ 4:00 am

          • Everybody seems to think Germany was made up of war mangers. I think Otto Von Bismarck shot that to shit.

            “Anyone who has ever looked into the glazed eyes,of a soldier,of a soldier dying on the field of battle,will think long and hard before starting a war

            Comment by Tim — September 4, 2017 @ 12:41 pm

            • Tim wrote: “Everybody seems to think Germany was made up of war mangers.”

              The identity of the war mongers is unimportant, almost off topic, in this issue. The war was there and escalating to unparalleled levels of brutalities and fatalities at that time.

              The identity of the brutal war mongers and of the sweet peace lovers in a modern war is just a matter of victors’ propaganda and mock trials. Reality has no place in the allocation of these roles. WW2 has vastly demonstrated that there is now only one “war crime” still valid today: defeat. If you lose a war, you’re a monster. If you win a war, you’re a hero. As simple as that.

              Comment by hermie — September 5, 2017 @ 6:03 am

          • All Jews were looked at as traitors and seditinist to the third reich that would include men, women, and children because you wouldn’t want to separate them, right? NnSo sure she was in a camp but it’s no difference then putting the Japanese in camps or any country that would put people in camps because they were looked at as treasonous and enemies of the state that’s just the way it is all nations are guilty of it sad to say and even though in was a quote innocent bystander she was taken up in the whole scheme of things.
            Let’s not forget that the Jews declared war on Germany in 1933 and then again in 1938 so they definitely were on the enemies list because of that action.

            JR

            Comment by Jim Rizoli — September 4, 2017 @ 5:50 pm

          • Eah wrote: “Maybe you can explain: what did sending a young teenage girl to a place like Auschwitz have to do with (waging) “war”?”

            1) The Nazis believed that WW2 was a Jewish war imposed on the Reich and the German people. So it made sense to send as many Jews as necessary to work in the German-run factories in order to keep the German war machine running and win the war. WW2 was so titanic that it had dragged most of work force of the Reich on the battlefields.

            2) Hitler had warned before WW2 that Jewry would be banished from Europe in the event of another world war against Germany. As a consequence of that, the uprooting, eviction and confinement of a significant portion of Europe’s Jewry began during the war. No surprise. Hitler just kept his promise.

            Comment by hermie — September 4, 2017 @ 6:04 pm

          • Eah wrote: “Maybe you can explain: what did sending a young teenage girl to a place like Auschwitz have to do with (waging) “war”?”

            Maybe you can explain: what did cremating millions of young teenage girls in German cities “simply for the sake of increasing the terror, though under other pretexts,”* have to do with [waging] “war”? Do you think that none of these German teenage girls wrote moving diaries? Are they unimportant or less important because nobody will ever publish their diaries or only because they were not Jewish? Come on, eah. Terrible things happen during wars. You can’t ask Hitler to consider the wartime sufferings and death of some Jews (or any other non-Germans) at a time when the Allies and the Soviets were ruthlessly crushing his cities one after the other and when tens of millions of Germans were suffering and dying under the Soviet-Allied assaults. Not even a saint would do that. 100% unrealistic. Sentimentality in a vacuum…

            * https://s25.postimg.org/cjz7itgv3/WW2_-_March_1945_-_Churchill_s_telegram_on_the_D.jpg

            IMO, Churchill’s assertion that the Allied bombings were perpetrated “simply for the sake of increasing the terror, though under other pretexts,” is another pretext. The Allied leaders knew that their aerial bloodbaths only brought the German people even closer to their Führer. The plan of the Allied leaders was even colder than that: fewer Germans alive, fewer difficulties to conquer Germany and win the war, with atrocity propaganda concealing the mass slaughter anyway.

            Comment by hermie — September 5, 2017 @ 5:50 am

            • Maybe you can explain:

              Maybe I could — but I won’t — I don’t have to because I said nothing about that — so there is nothing for me to address/defend — I asked Rizoli about something he wrote — something that to me seems callous and stupid.

              Comment by eah — September 5, 2017 @ 7:56 am

              • And I addressed something you wrote – something that to me seems sissy (oversensitive), misleading and stupid.

                Sorry for entering your private echo chamber. 😉

                Comment by hermie — September 5, 2017 @ 8:37 am

                • oh ffs

                  Comment by eah — September 5, 2017 @ 8:59 am

  7. So what?

    Comment by Sockpuppet2012 — September 2, 2017 @ 3:48 pm

    • Sock. You and Jimbo should be arguing with the person,the Herminator is currently doing battle with.

      Comment by Tim — September 2, 2017 @ 7:56 pm


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