ENGLISH Roosevelt's Greatest Generation mass-murders surrendered German soldiers

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From the series, Der Grosse Wendig by Dr. Heinrich Wendig. Published by Grabert Verlag, D-72006. Tbingen, PO.Box 1629, Germany

[source: http://www.thenewsturmer.com/CorrectiontoWWIIhistory/ThemurderofPOWsatJungholz.htm, the excellent website of a Norwegian comrade.]

The murder of prisoners at Jungholzhausen

Jungholzhausen to day

Translated by Dagmar Brenne [Dagmar is a brave and beautiful Christian German lady living in Australia]

According to the Geneva Convention Prisoners of war, who have surrendered are not permitted to be tortured, plundered and especially not to be killed.

The murder of defenseless prisoners is rightly considered to be a war crime. Nevertheless, the Allies have repeatedly committed this crime [JdN: to th present day!], especially toward the end of the war when they no longer needed to fear reprisals. Several cases in point have already been reported (1). Another well documented mass murder happened in April at Langenburg in Hohenlohe (2).

On Sunday, April 15 1945 in the early evening, heavy fighting took place in and around the village, which ended victoriously for the Americans, who took many Germans prisoner, combat engineers and men of the Waffen-SS [JdN: an ultra-elite military formation attached to the Wehrmacht]. The victors quartered on the premises of the mayor, Baumann, whose family had fled into the cellar for safety.

From the window of the cellar, in the evening of the 15th April, the 15-year old Jrg Baumann sees with his own eyes how the GI ‘s murdered the German prisoners of war in the street of the village. Jrg Baumann: The Americans forced the Germans to walk in front of them with raised hands in groups of four. Then they shot the prisoners from behind with their guns with shots to their heads. Bauman can never forget these war crimes. I have not exaggerated anything, declares the honest farmer emphatically. I want to say: This is how it was.”

The next day there are dead bodies strewn throughout the entire town. Nobody carried weapons. All had been shot from behind, reports Pauline Baumann (1929, the daughter of the mayor). The Americans ordered mayor Baumann to divide up the male population in order to collect the dead bodies.

They all go into a mass-grave, was the next decision. For this, a site for a mass grave was already allocated. But a US officer waves his hands. Nix mass grave, they all get transported away.

The bodies are being loaded onto a truck and taken to Bensheim. The estimate of the dead bodies is between 30-33 (Blumenstock) and as many as 60, as reported in the village. (2)

At least one of the murder victims was an ambulance man and wore the clearly marked Red Cross.

After the crime, as reported here, had remained un-avenged for decades the newspaper Haller Tagesblatt wrote about the case in a special edition (3). The retired US lieutenant Major George Finley was deeply shocked and informed the highest places in Washington about it (4). Following this, in autumn 1996 officers of the department for the American criminal police in Stuttgart, (CID)- Criminal Investigation Division, investigated the case (5).

They listened to the eye witness reports of two survivors of the massacre combat engineers — of which one, Herbert Hessler, hid for three days in an oven and then, disguised by some of the local people was able to make his way to his hometown. The other one, Heinrich Weber, had the presence of mind to fall to the ground and, injured in his hip, played dead. After dark he made his way to the front lines of the German troops near Wolpertshausen. At first nobody wanted to believe his story, because everyone was of the opinion: Americans don’t do such things.

[JdN: but if lying juze in “Stars and Stripes” newspaper fill the GIs’ heads full of fraudulent anti-German atrocity stories they do…. The worst lies were told to GIS against the Waffen-SS elite, involving especially the monstrous lies about the “Malmdy Massacre” during the Battle of the Bulge — when already surrendered GIs staged a foolish breakout and were shot, as any escaping group of dangerous enemy combat soldiers would be.]

The not yet (1997) completed investigations showed that of the total of the 63 killed Germans at least 13, or even as many as 48 German soldiers had surrendered and were disarmed, when they were shot by the Americans in the evening of that day. There are no doubts at all, that in regards to the shootings on 15th April 1945, it was members of K company of the 254 US-Infantry Regiments who were responsible.

The CID officers obtained copies of the wartime diary, which described the occupation of the village in this way ….The unit penetrated to Jungholzhausen, arrived there at 18:25 and took the town after heavy fighting with about 70 troops of the Waffen-SS. After the fighting there was counted a toll of 65 dead…(all on the German side?!) It has been reported that on 15th April 1945 the commander of the company changed. At what time exactly this happened is not known. Lieutenant Harvey H. Carrow, 0554141, followed Major James R Hyde, 01315173….

Heimrich Weber shows where his comrades were murdered. Photo by Konziek in Haller Tagesblatt, no. 255, Novermer 4, 1966 page 24

Footnotes:

1 – Compare, The massacre of Lippach in Heinrich Wendig, Corrections to the history of our Time Booklet 2 Grabert Verlag, Tbingen, 1991 P.47 ff : The murders of Eberstetten in Heinrich Wendig, Corrections to the history of our Time Booklet 3 Grabert Verlag, Tbingen, 1992 P.39 ff.

2 – The other side , in Uwe Jacobi, Das Kriegsende. Szene 1944/45 in Heilbronn, im Untergrund und in Hohenlohe“, (the End of the war, 1944/45, in Heilbronn, in the Underground and in Hohenlohe), Verlag der Heilbronner Stimme, Heilbronn 1985, P 90 (Publisher- the voice of Heilbronn, 1985 ).

3- Haller Tageblatt Newspaper, special edition. 23 2 1995, P 36

4 Junge Freiheit Newspaper No. 42, 11.10. 1996, P. 28

5 Haller Tageblatt Newspaper, No. 25, 4.11. 1996, P. 24

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Of course, this pales in comparison with what Dwight Eisenhower, nicknamed “the Swedish Jew” at West Point, did to one million surrendered German soldiers on the Rhine Meadows….as the bestselling Canadian author James Bacque proved in his Other Losses.

I cannot prove this, but when I look at Eisenhowers career and his extreme, mass-murdering germanophobia, and how the man escaped performing even one single second of combat duty (verifiable) in either world war or any war, and was jumped over a hundred more senior officers to become SHAEF [Supreme Head Allied Expeditionary Force] under the man whom the great poet Ezra Pound called Franklin Finkelstein Roosevelt well, I smell something there in Eisenhower’s woodpile too.

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