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The blood of 6 million Jews Hitler killed
bought and paid for the current nation of Israel
The Holocaust Chronicle
During the Second World War, six million Jews, as well as other targeted groups such as Gypsies, Poles, the handicapped, and homosexuals, were systematically murdered by Adolf Hitlers Nazis and their collaborators.
The Holocaust Chronicle: A History in Words and Pictures is an excitingly unique, not for-profit endeavor that is a personal project of the publisher, Louis Weber, C.E.O. of Chicago-based Publications International, Ltd. As a book publisher, I am in a unique position to create this ambitious project, Weber says.
The son of Polish Jews who settled in America in the 1920s, Weber conceived The Holocaust Chronicle in order to give something back to the Jewish community, and to bring the truth of the Holocaust to as many people as possible. The mission of The Holocaust Chronicle is to report the facts, clearly and free of bias or agenda. Featured are more than 2000 photographs selected after intensive research in the collections of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. and Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, as well as other archives and private collections located around the world.
Many of these images are in full color and most are published in book form for the first time. The photographs chronicle the Holocaust in starkly visual terms, capturing victims and perpetrators alike, as well as Allied leaders and the multitude of peripheral figures. Caption-text is detailed, and rich with facts and human interest. The books 3000-item timeline of Holocaust-related events is unprecedented in its scope and ambition. Spanning the years 1000 B.C. to 1999 A.D., the timeline pinpoints deportations, atrocities, and important developments in the Nazis Final Solution, as well as individual acts of cruelty, compassion, and heroic Jewish resistance. Illustrated chapter-opener essays place the most important years of the Holocaust and its immediate aftermath, 1933-1946, into sharp perspective. Nearly 300 sidebars detail significant people, places, issues, and events. More than 30 full-color, specially commissioned maps show the reader where events took place.
The Holocaust Chronicle, written and fact-checked by top scholars, recounts the long, complex, anguishing story of the most terrible crime of the 20th century. A massive hardcover of more than 750 pages, this book features more than 2000 photographs, many of which are in full color and most are published in book form for the first time. The 3000-item timeline of Holocaust-related events is unprecedented
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How did Hitler really die - and WHERE?
Its likely Adolph Hitler died in Argentina.
Very interesting. I have heard he did not die in his bunker before.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Jan 28, 2014 Hitler - Obama
We must never forget the Holocaust - history is repeating itself
Ceremonies worldwide mark Holocaust Remembrance Day
Ceremonies in Germany, Poland and around the world commemorated victims of the Third Reich with a survivor of the Nazi siege of Leningrad telling the German Parliament of the horrors that unfolded during the blockade.
The commemorations come 69 years after Soviet soldiers swept into Auschwitz death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland to liberate about 7,000 surviving inmates.
They also coincided with the 70th anniversary of the end of the almost 900-day blockade of Leningrad,
which is thought to have led to the deaths of about 1.5 million people.
Leningrad reverted to its historic name of St Petersburg in 1991.
Life in Leningrad quickly turned into a nightmare with a lack of water and electricity, hunger, disease and daily bomb raids taking place
before the city was liberated by Soviet forces in January 1944, Russian author Daniil Granin told the Bundestag.
"Death was someone who silently did his work in this war," he told German lawmakers including Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Putin marked the day by visiting the St Petersburg Piskaryovskoye Memorial Cemetery,
which contains a mass grave for about a half million victims of the siege including one of Putin's brothers.
At Auschwitz, Israeli leaders take an intimate journey
For survivors and descendants, the Nazi death camp isn’t simply evil — it is a personal memory.
Holocaust Remembrance Day video
Liberation of Auschwitz
TRAPPED IN HITLER'S HELL
Holocaust Remembrance Day
January 27, 2015 - On January 27, 1945 Soviet forces liberated the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp, discovering the largest Nazi killing center in Europe. Auschwitz has become a symbol of the Holocaust.
Auschwitz and other death camps killed 6 million Jews plus Christians and others. Lesbians, homosexuals and the disabled were amongst those also killed here.
Over a million people were killed at Auschwitz in Poland during World War Two. The majority were Jews and the former extermination camp is the world's biggest Jewish cemetery.
Auschwitz-Birkenau is now a museum.
Germany may house Muslims at Buchenwald, another Nazi concentration camp.
I was in Yad Vashem. Horribly sad.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day
27 January 2015 marks 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz
and ten years since the UN resolution to establish an international Holocaust Remembrance Day.
He who touches you (Israel) touches the apple of His (Gods) eye.
Holocaust Remembrance Day vs Yom HaShoah
Six Million - and One
Paul Wylie - Schindlers List - olympics
Holocaust Remembrance Day TODAY
January 27, 2015 Auschwitz - Survivors visit Auschwitz on eve of 70th anniversary of camp liberation.
Some survivors from around the world returning for first time arrive at former extermination camp to pay homage to their relatives and the 6 million other Jews murdered by Nazis. Auschwitz survivors made emotional private visits.
Thousands of people, including many school children, visit Auschwitz each year to learn about the gas chambers that were part of the Nazi's "final solution."
Survivors Gather at Ruins of Czech Death Camp
January 28, 2015 - Survivors and locals attend special holocaust memorial service at Theresienstadt on Int'l Holocaust Memorial Day. Former Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi of Israel and Holocaust survivor Rabbi Meir Lau took part in a special memorial. The day remembered the liberation of the remaining survivors of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Poland.
Russia releases 70-year-old classified testimony of Red Army soldiers who liberated Auschwitz.
Documents released by Russia after Polish FMO claims Ukrainians were first soldiers to liberate concentration camp in Poland.
The documents were kept underground in Moscow for 70 years which contained personal testimonies of officers and soldiers in the Red Army who took part in the liberation of Auschwitz in Poland in 1945.
"An endless convoy of people released by the Red Army is leaving this concentration camp – there are Hungarians, Italians, French, Czechs, Greek, Yugoslavians, Romanians and Belgians," it was written in one of the documents – referring to the Jews of those nations that were sent to the death camp in Poland by train.
Ankara Turkey hosts Holocaust Ceremony
January 28, 2015 - Turkey will host a ceremony to commemorate Holocaust victims in its capital of Ankara for the first time. Holocaust Day was first marked in Turkey in 2011 and since then ceremonies had been held in Istanbul. But this year, the government has shifted the venue to Ankara and has made its presence visible at international platforms. The ceremony will be at the private Bilkent University and will also be attended by members of the Jewish community. The gesture does not offset deteriorating relations between Ankara and Jerusalem, however.
The twins of Auschwitz
When the Soviet army liberated the Auschwitz death camp 70 years ago many of the prisoners had been killed or marched away by the retreating Nazis. But among those left were some twin children - the subject of disturbing experiments by Dr Josef Mengele.
Vera Kriegel and her twin sister Olga were just five years old when they were taken from their village in Czechoslovakia to Auschwitz.
Transported in cattle cars which were so tightly packed that the dead were still standing, she recalls the "sheer terror" of arriving at the camp and treading on "dead people like steps" as she left the train.
New arrivals at the camp were sorted into the weak, who would be gassed straight away, and the strong, who would be made to work. But Mengele and his assistants were there looking for twins.
Vera, her sister, and her mother were taken to Josef Mengele. He was intrigued by what he described as her mother's "perfect Aryan features" and blue eyes, while Vera's and her sister's were brown. Mengele selected them for experimentation.
Holocaust Remembrance Day
May 5, 2016 - Yom HaShoah began with 2-minute siren nationwide, ceremonies commemorating the Holocaust and those who bravely resisted the Nazis. Today on Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah) Israel commemorates the six million Jews who perished during during the Holocaust. The day’s events began at 10 a.m. local time with a two-minute siren heard across the entire country.
Immediately following the siren, the wreath-laying ceremony at the foot of the memorial of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.
Holocaust memorial day observance begins with ceremony at Yad Vashem.
Israel's observance of Holocaust memorial day began on Wednesday evening with a ceremony at Jerusalem's Yad Vashem. Ministers, members of the Knesset, and a delegation from the IDF and the Israel Police will participate in the annual March of the Living during the day in Poland.
Hamas shelling Israel
These devils always attack on holy days
International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Jan 28, 2017 - Jewish and Christian leaders prayed over the ruins of gas chambers at Auschwitz-Birkenau as some leaders warned of rising hatred against Jews and Christians. Dozens of survivors gathered with representatives of Poland’s Jewish community at the site where Germany murdered a million people during World War II, mostly Jews from across Europe, but also Poles and others.