Auschwitz was a work camp for prisoners -- about 75% communist political prisoners.  Supposedly the most dreaded of German camps, Auschwitz was repeatedly visited by Red Cross inspection teams who were allowed to speak to prisoner representatives alone, in order to hear first-hand of any mistreatment, chicanery, interruption of mail and parcel delivery, health concerns, food, and ration matters.

The Germans allowed the Red Cross to inspect German work camps all during World War Two.  The Red Cross never mentioned any German killing of communists or anyone else.  When the US federal government took control of Germany in 1945, they did not permit the Red Cross to inspect some of their activities in Germany, because they did not want the Red Cross to report their crimes:  (1) mass murder of innocent Jewish and Gentile civilians by US servicemen under the direction of Dwight Eisenhower, (2) mass enslavement of innocent Jewish and Gentile men by US servicemen under the direction of Dwight Eisenhower, and (3) mass rape of Jewish and Gentile women by US servicemen under the direction of Dwight Eisenhower.

US servicemen and their leader Dwight Eisenhower disgraced and dishonored the United States of America.  They stained the honor of the United States of America; this stain on the honor of the United States of America will never be removed.  A federal government guilty of such crimes against humanity should be abolished.

The so-called holocaust against communist political prisoners did not occur, and was a big lie created by the US mass media.  The real holocaust was against Jews and Gentiles; the crimes of this holocaust were committed by the US, British, and Soviet federal governments.

Adolf Eichmann was the boss over work camps in Germany during World War Two.  The US mass media spewed out many lies about Adolf Eichmann, such as falsely claiming that he was responsible for crimes against humanity committed by the US, British, and Soviet federal governments.  Based on all available evidence that would be accepted in a court of law in the United States of America, Adolf Eichmann was innocent.

Adolf Eichmann

Adolf Eichmann was an outstanding Jewish achiever, and probably would have risen even higher in the National Socialist hierarchy if he had not been 100% Jewish.  Even though Jews at high levels in the National Socialist System were appreciated and well-treated, some of them did not have the "Aryan appearance" that propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels preferred.

After World War Two Adolf Eichmann lived in Argentina where he was a manager at a Mercedes-Benz automobile manufacturing facility.

In 1960 Adolf Eichmann was kidnapped by agents of the Zionist State, and was illegally taken out of Argentina and taken to the Zionist State where Eichmann was assassinated in 1962.  Adolf Eichmann was an internationally respected individual with absolute credibility, and probably had information that was a serious threat to the Zionist State.  According to Rudolf Höss, a former Commandant of Auschwitz, Adolf Eichmann had extensive knowledge of Zionist activities, and had lived for a long time in Palestine in order to learn more about Zionists, and the growing Zionist State.


Visits to Auschwitz by the Red Cross



Dental Facilities at Auschwitz

Camp inmate dentists and nurses dealt with the inmates' dental problems.

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Auschwitz Hospital

A hospital at Auschwitz run by camp inmate doctors and nurses dealt with the inmates' health problems -- much like the walk-in clinics in modern US communities.  Surgeons from a famous Berlin surgical clinic were dispatched to deal with difficult cases at the camp hospital.


Auschwitz Nurses

Auschwitz Hospital

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Camp Kitchen

One of the largest service buildings in Auschwitz, with state-of-the-art cooking facilities; there were twelve of these kitchens throughout the camp.  The caloric content of the diet was carefully monitored by camp and Red Cross delegates.  Food service deteriorated in Auschwitz and other camps towards the end of the war when the German transport system was severely damaged because of British and American bombs dropped from airplanes.


The prisoners had up to 16 camp orchestras with instruments provided free of charge.

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There was a camp theater where live plays could be performed by camp inmate actors.

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Camp sculpture classes were available for interested, talented inmates; art classes were available for inmates; there was a camp university with lectures on many topics.


There was a camp cinema -- where every week different, mainly cultural and non-political films, were shown.




There was a camp library where inmates could borrow books -- forty-five thousand volumes available.


There were camp religious facilities made available on a rotating basis to every denomination for religious services.


A camp swimming pool for use by inmates; there were walkways with comfortable benches for inmates to relax in the shade of the trees.

Camp sport facilities included soccer fields, handball areas, fencing classes, and other exercise facilities.

Camp soccer field
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The camp had a bathhouse for prisoners that included sauna bath facilities.



Auschwitz had an artist studio and equipment so inmates could produce paintings and sketches.



Camp incentive system; through extra work inmates could obtain coupons redeemable for cake or ice cream in the Camp Cantina.

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Camp complaints office; inmates could register complaints or make suggestions.  The camp commander had a standing order that any inmate could approach him personally to register a complaint about other inmates and guards.  There was a system of strict discipline for guards, with severe punishment being handed out against those guards found guilty of abusing an inmate.

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Auschwitz marriages took place because worker inmates fell in love and married their inmate partners.  There were child care centers where working mothers could leave their children.

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Auschwitz Maternity Ward

Over 3,000 live births were registered there, with not a single infant death while Auschwitz was in operation under German rule.  Auschwitz pregnancies occurred because of the open nature of the facility.

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The women's sections in the camp had female guards.
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Auschwitz Jail

Since the camp was a large, open facility, transgressors could be arrested, tried, and jailed right in Auschwitz.





Prisoners were paid, and could spend the money in canteens and stores.

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There was a camp post office with twice weekly pick-ups and deliveries.




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International Red Cross visited monthly.



The British and Germans communicated about the camps.  The British never bombed the railroad leading to Auschwitz.


 Communist criminals were shipped from ghettos and put to work.

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Auschwitz was chosen because it was a railway center.


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Auschwitz produced armaments, synthetic rubber, medical supplies, and clothing.


Auschwitz was the site of Germany's newest and most technologically advanced synthetic rubber plant.  Germany was the world's leader in this area of technology. wpe3A.jpg (17447 bytes)
Auschwitz was a major work camp that had forty different industries.  The Monowitz industrial complex is where most Auschwitz's inmates were put to work. wpe3B.jpg (10577 bytes)