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December 4, 2017

Alleged Shinder’s list survivor unable to identify Amon Goeth

Filed under: Holocaust, World War II — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 1:19 pm

Rena Finder was born in Krakow, Poland, in 1929

You can read Rena’s tale in the  Dec 4th Telegram news article linked to above.

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“After the Holocaust was over, and someone showed me a picture of [Amon] Goeth, I did not know who he was. I was too afraid to ever look him in the face, so I never knew what he looked like.” The one thing she did notice about him was that he had two very large dogs, that were vicious themselves. She claims that large dogs still scare her to this day….

She claims that the award winning film [Schindler’s List], produced by Steven Spielberg, is exactly what life was like during that time.

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Her inability to identify Amon Goeth from a photo, and her belief that it was exactly like in the fictional movie makes me think she was never really in Plaszow.

Click on the link above to see many other articles about Schindler’s list.  You can also click on the link below to read several other articles I have written about Rena Finder.

New Pictures of Ursula Haverbeck, the appealing German grandmother

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, World War II — Tags: — furtherglory @ 12:53 pm

I am officially dubbing Ursula the appealing German Grandmother.  There is no new news about her, but new very appealing photos of her are appearing in the various news articles reporting on her recent appeal.

Ursula looks happy and appealing as she enters the courtroom in this image from Yeshiva World.  Notice her fashionable brown overcoat.

Ursula Haverbeck im Landgericht Detmold

Ursula looks very appealing wearing her red vest in her Spiegel photo.  Notice the brown coat draped over her chair.

The last link above is to a German language article.

You can read more articles and see more pictures of appealing Ursula by following this link below.