Wounded German soldiers murdered in Feodosia, Crimea 1941

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Wounded German soldiers murdered in Feodosia, Crimea 1941

Post by Panzermahn » 11 Oct 2002 01:50

Another sample of Bolshevik crimes against humanity early in the war



http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/Feo ... osia_2.jpg

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Post by Panzermahn » 11 Oct 2002 01:55

Impressive website about less known war crimes but only in german language


http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Titelseite/ ... nhalt.html



i'm trying to read some of it

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Post by Caldric » 11 Oct 2002 01:59

How do you know there is some crime that was committed? And it really looks like a ship wreck victim or ship sinking. At any rate this is not much evidence of Soviet Crimes..

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Post by Panzermahn » 11 Oct 2002 02:06

because the photos are from the collection of Bundesarchvi in Koblenz and if u can read german fluently (my german is still not good but i can get the idea), u find that those pictures taken by personnels from the Wehrmacht War Crimes Bureau or witnesses when they investigate war crimes.

another impressive website on Allied Crimes against Humanity butonly in german (wish they transalate those website to english so more english speaking readers are exposed to it)


http://home.broadpark.no/~aduus/

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Post by Roberto » 11 Oct 2002 10:20

panzermahn wrote:Impressive website about less known war crimes but only in german language


http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Titelseite/ ... nhalt.html



i'm trying to read some of it


What's so impressive about a site of the German extreme right featuring what those bad, bad Allies did back then on the left column and what those filthy Jews are doing to the poor Palestinians these days on the right (or vice-versa)?

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Re: Wounded German soldiers murdered in Feodosia, Crimea 194

Post by Roberto » 11 Oct 2002 10:28

panzermahn wrote:Another sample of Bolshevik crimes against humanity early in the war

http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/Feo ... osia_2.jpg


My friend George Duncan features the following description of this atrocity on his website:

ATROCITY AT FEODOSIA
( Dec. 29, 1941 )
On the shores of the Black Sea, on the Crimean Peninsula, stands the port city of Feodosia. On the 3rd of November the city was captured by the German 46th and 170th Infantry Divisions. As the attack on Sevastopol was about to take place, most of the German forces were withdrawn to concentrate on the forthcoming battle. Left behind in the city were a small detachment of troops and all the wounded soldiers convalescing in the city's hospitals. On the afternoon of December 29, the city was bombarded by the Soviet Black Sea Fleet and a landing was made by Soviet marines followed by infantry. On the 18th of January, 1942, after their failure to capture Sevastopol, the German Wehrmacht was able to return an recapture Feodosia. They found that most of the German military personnel had been murdered. Wounded soldiers had been thrown out of the windows of the hospital to make room for Russian wounded. Water was then poured on the near dead bodies and then left to freeze. On the beach, piles of bodies were found where they were thrown from a wall several metres high after being beaten and mutilated, their bodies left in the surf so that the sea water froze and covered them with a sheet of ice. There were some twelve survivors who had hidden in cellars when the Russian troops arrived. Their testimony before a German court of inquiry confirmed that some 160 wounded soldiers were liquidated this way.


Source of quote:

http://members.iinet.net.au/~gduncan/massacres.html

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Post by Roberto » 11 Oct 2002 11:53

panzermahn wrote:because the photos are from the collection of Bundesarchvi in Koblenz and if u can read german fluently (my german is still not good but i can get the idea), u find that those pictures taken by personnels from the Wehrmacht War Crimes Bureau or witnesses when they investigate war crimes.

another impressive website on Allied Crimes against Humanity butonly in german (wish they transalate those website to english so more english speaking readers are exposed to it)


http://home.broadpark.no/~aduus/


If you follow the arrow on the left side of the page, it will lead you to the same outfit that hosts the web site you showed us before, Mr. panzermahn.

Den 135 000 aus der Luft Ermordeten von Dresden ist kein Denkmal gesetzt worden.


(“The 135 000 people of Dresden murdered from the air have no memorial”, my translation)

is just one of the exaggerations featured on this “impressive” web site hosted by the “Deutsche Zeitung” (which is certainly made up in such a way as to impress those who are easy to impress).

Nothing against calling the bombing of Dresden murder – that’s what it was.

But exaggerating the death toll (which according to evidence assessed by German historians was no higher than 35,000) to a six-digit figure in support of an ideological or political agenda is an insult to the victims of the Dresden bombing, in my opinion.

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