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April 30, 2018

Jewish woman wrote letter to her husband minutes before she was gassed

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 1:00 pm

Yes, of course, the Jews were allowed to write letters to loved ones minutes before they were gassed. The Germans were not barbarians, as some people think — the Germans had manners.

When I first went to Germany, I was struck by the fact that the German people were very polite. They had manners. I was very surprised by this. In fact, other Americans living in Germany told me that I should watch my manners when dealing with the German people.

I am commenting on this news article: http://www.newser.com/story/258566/auschwitz-letter-thought-to-be-only-one-of-its-kind.html

The following quote is from the news article:

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That Vilma Grunwald’s letter even exists is extraordinary. She penned it in the minutes before she was gassed at Auschwitz, addressed it to her husband, and handed it to a Nazi guard who did the improbable—delivered it to the man, who was also imprisoned at the camp. The Washington Post reports she accompanied her eldest child, a 16-year-old named John who limped, to the gas chambers. The Indianapolis Star has the story of the July 11, 1944, letter, which has for the last four years resided at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. “I’m always reluctant to say it’s the only such document ever created,” says the museum’s chief acquisitions curator, “but to the best of our knowledge” it is the only surviving letter written at the concentration camp prior to a gassing.

Grunwald’s son, Misa (who now goes by Frank and lives northeast of Indianapolis) learned of the letter as an 11-year-old in 1946 but did not read it until after his father’s 1967 death. Frank tells the Star that what he found most moving was the 11-sentence letter’s tone: free of anger or resentment, and focused only on him and his father. It reads in part: “The famous trucks are already here and we are waiting for it to begin. … You—my only and dearest one, do not blame yourself for what happened, it was our destiny. We did what we could. … Take care of the little golden boy and don’t spoil him too much with your love. Both of you—stay healthy, my dear ones. I will be thinking of you and Misa. Have a fabulous life, we must board the trucks.” (This man buried a letter at Auschwitz; now we know what it says

8 Comments »

  1. This showed up in my Facebook feed, this story about this letter.

    Comment by brycesdaddy1105 — May 2, 2018 @ 12:15 pm

  2. Is there soon to be a story a story about little Susie and her brother Tommy saying,”please Mr. Nazi,I don’t want to die. Standing there in tears knee deep. Better yet,we got ovens here. Bet in a future story there will be 2 little children named,yeah you guessed it,Hansel and Gretel. They come to a gas chamber made out of sweets. Well you know the story. Only in this version they’ll say the prison guards are canibals. They throw em the oven to eat them. Yada,yada,yada. You get the idea.

    Comment by Tim — April 30, 2018 @ 11:19 pm

  3. The article, the ‘letter’ and the comments are so knee-slapping hilarious that many sane people would swear it’s a Parody!

    Comment by Sockpuppet2012 — April 30, 2018 @ 2:09 pm

    • Not as good as this one….

      Comment by Jim Rizoli — April 30, 2018 @ 2:15 pm

  4. “I’m always reluctant to say it’s the only such document ever created,” says the museum’s chief acquisitions curator.

    No, the Hoax is bursting at the seams with fabricated ‘documents’.

    Comment by Sockpuppet2012 — April 30, 2018 @ 1:57 pm

  5. “The Indianapolis Star has the story of the July ELEVEN, 1944, letter…”

    “Grunwald’s son, Misa (who now goes by Frank and lives northeast of Indianapolis) learned of the letter as an ELEVEN -year-old…”

    “Frank tells the Star that what he found most moving was the ELEVEN -sentence letter’s tone”

    Jews sure love numerology ….. especially the number ELEVEN.

    Comment by Sockpuppet2012 — April 30, 2018 @ 1:55 pm

  6. Actually pretty funny! To think that something like this could happen and even worse people will actually believe it is even funnier.
    The reading of articles like this shows how desperate the Jews are. Of course, no sane person would present a letter like this because anyone with a half of brain would know it is just presented to the press to stir up trouble and that’s what the Jews do best. Yes, the comments are even funnier….the holohoaxers who believe this stuff are dumber than sticks.

    JR

    Comment by Jim Rizoli — April 30, 2018 @ 1:29 pm

  7. The letter, or claim of one, isn’t the most staggering thing about this story. No the most amazing thing is that most of the comments show that stupid people still believe this shit.

    Comment by MrB — April 30, 2018 @ 1:09 pm


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