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I was born in 1946. I'm not Jewish, but over the years I've - spoken to at least 50 people

Posted: Jan 13th, 2018 - 4:00 pm In Reply to: We are DEvolving, not Evolving - MaryJane

who had the tattoos on their forearms from being in the concentration camps. Not all of them were Jewish.

The most informative person was a Russian who was drafted at age 14 into the Russian army. His entire 2 weeks of military service was being taught how to shoot a PPSH-41 and then charging a German position. He came to in a German hospital and because of his age and good physical condition he was sent to Aushwitz to work. When he was liberated 3 years later he had lost only 5 pounds and had been working every day. He said the oatmeal was a grade or two below what was fed to the horses and was full of wood splinters but he ate it and he ate the oatmeal others refused to eat. He said he followed a German guard whose job it was to try to feed those who were beyond help and were starving to death. The guard would take yesterday's cube of bread our of their hand and throw it on the ground and put a fresh piece in the prisoners hand. He picked up the cube of bread from the dirt and ate it along with any crickets or rats he could catch. If he had taken the cube of bread from the prisoner he would have been shot. While he was doing all of this he said the Jews (identified by their star) laughed at him and called him a Russian pig. He watched those people who wouldn't eat the oatmeal or the bread made mostly of cellulose starve to death. Every person I spoke to about life in the concentration camps including this Russian confirmed those who could not work or be taught how to operate a machine were put to death upon their arrival.

Now when I see tattoos I think of some of those people I talked to. It's amazing how society has devolved in just a few short 50 years or so.



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