Where and what were the "gates of Auschwitz?"

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-01-23 11:33

Is this one of the Gates of Auschwitz that had to be opened by the Red Army? Or is it the one below? Where did they enter? No one can say.

In a radio interview on Wednesday, Jan. 21, Polish Foreign Minister Grzegorz Schetyna gave an interview on the national broadcaster, Polskie Radio, in which he was asked :

Was Poland being petty in not inviting Mr. Putin [to the Jan. 27th ceremony at Auschwitz-Birkenau], considering that Russia was the successor of the Soviet Union and that it was the Red Army that opened the gates of Auschwitz.

Mr. Schetyna, who has a master's degree in history, interjected:

[The camp] was liberated by the First Ukrainian Front and Ukrainians. Ukrainian soldiers ... opened the gates of the camp.

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Can anyone show me a photograph of “the gates of Auschwitz” that were “opened” by the Soviet Red Army or the Ukrainian Front?

It's well known that the camps Auschwitz 1, Birkenau and Monowitz were wide open after the Germans abandoned them on Jan. 18th, and the 7000 or so remaining inmates were free to leave on their own.

There were no gates to open, in the sense of "unlocking, breaking in or freeing the prisoners."

This kind of inaccurate, un-historical language is carried on by so-called historians only for the purpose of dramatizing what was in reality a very colorless event. There actually was no liberation of Auschwitz in the sense of what occurred at Buchenwald or Dachau on the soil of Germany. Even there, at Dachau and Bergen-Belsen, German camp commandants were present to peacefully turn the camp over to the approaching American and British troops, and Allied officials had been notified of that. The whole “liberation” drama was dreamed up and carried out solely for public relations and press coverage.

Just more show business from the makers of the holohoax.

Please see this page at http://jan27.org

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