» » SS - Auschwitz

SS - Auschwitz Musikalbum


Darsteller: SS
Genre: Rock-Musik
Titel: Auschwitz
Land: Germany
Freigegeben: 1995
Stil: Black Metal
Etikett: Not On Label
Katalognummer: Sil. 003
FLAC-Version ZIP-Größe: 2459 mb
MP3-Version ZIP-Größe: 2393 mb
WMA-Version ZIP-Größe: 2137 mb
Bewertung: 4.0
Abstimmungen: 962

Trackliste

1Heidl
2Auschwitz
3Heil Hitler
4Soldatentum
5Blut Und Ehre
6Hoecbust

Hinweise

Limited to 50 numbered copies.

Album

The Auschwitz Album is a photographic record of the Holocaust during the Second World War. It and the Sonderkommando photographs are the only known pictorial evidence of the extermination process inside Auschwitz II-Birkenau, the German extermination camp in occupied Poland. The identity of the photographer is uncertain, but may have been Ernst Hoffmann or Bernhard Walter, two SS men responsible for fingerprinting and taking photo IDs of those prisoners who were not selected for extermination. The Auschwitz Album is the only surviving visual evidence of the process leading to the mass murder at Auschwitz-Birkenau. It is a unique document and was donated to Yad Vashem by Lilly Jacob-Zelmanovic Meier. The photos were taken at the end of May or beginning of June 1944, either by Ernst Hofmann or by Bernhard Walter, two SS men whose task was to take ID photos and fingerprints of the inmates not of the Jews who were sent directly to the gas chambers. The photos show the arrival of Hungarian Jews from Carpatho-Ruthenia. Many of them came from the Berehovo Ghetto, which itself was a colle. Archival records reveal that the SS rewarded Auschwitz guards who performed their work at Auschwitz in an exemplary fashion with a trip to Solahütte. Danuta Czech, in her daily chronicle of the camp wrote that on August 18, 1944, SS Private Johann Antoni and SS man Hans Kartusch from the 3rd Guard Company of Auschwitz II receive eight days' special leave in the SS recreation center of Solahütte as recognition for the successful use of their weapons during the escape of four prisoners, in spite of. Rudolf Höss, the former commandant, returned to Auschwitz between May and July 1944 specifically to oversee the arrival of the Hungarian Jews. Various estimates indicate that the Auschwitz Concentration Camp SS garrison numbered 700 in 1941, about 2 thousand in June 1942, about 3 thousand in April 1944, and about 3,300 SS men and female overseers in August 1944. The peak figure came in mid-January 1945, in connection with the final evacuation of the camp, when there were 4,480 SS men and 71 female SS supervisors there. Available data on the education of 1,209 Auschwitz SS men indicates that they had received relatively little schooling. 70 of them had elementary education, 21,5 secondary, and 5. 5 higher education. Josef Kramer appeared in a photo album dubbed The Scrapbook from Hell. The photo album was found by a member of the American counter-intelligence Auschwitz Album is a unique photographic record of the Holocaust of the Second World War. A collection of photographs taken inside a Nazi German death camp, it is the only surviving pictorial evidence with the exception of four surreptitious photographs taken by Sonderkommandos of the extermination process from inside the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi concentration camp. Karl Höcker, adjutant to the commandant of Auschwitz, and SS auxiliaries relaxing at a recreation lodge near the States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Newly discovered snapshots donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum provide a stunning counterpoint to what up until now has been the only major source of preliberation Auschwitz photos. The album belonged to Karl Höcker, the adjutant to the final camp commandant at Auschwitz, Richard Baer. Höcker took the pictures as personal keepsakes. Prior to its liberation by the Allies, Höcker fled Auschwitz. After the war, he worked for years, unrecognized, in a bank. But in 1963 he was forced to answer to charges for his role at Auschwitz at a trial in Frankfurt. In his closing words in the trial, Höcker claimed: I had no possibility in any way to influence the events and I neither wanted them to happen nor took part in them. I didnt harm anyone and no one died at Auschwitz because o. Álbum de Auschwitz es Album d'Auschwitz fr אלבום אושוויץ he Auschwitz Album nl Àlbum d'Auschwitz ca Auschwitz-Album de Auschwitz Album en Auschwitz Album it Osvětimské album cs Auschwitzalbumet nb unique photographic record of the Holocaust of the Second World War en. Único registro fotográfico del holocausto de la segunda guerra mundial es Album de Auschwitz es Album de Lily Jacob, Album de Lili Jacob fr Auschwitzalbum, Höcker Album de Lili Jacob Album nl. Auschwitz Album. unique photographic record of the Holocaust of the Second World W. The Auschwitz Album is arranged into 11 chapters, each of them given a title corresponding to special handling procedures. Chronologically, the album begins with victims being unloaded from boxcars. It ends in the grove where Jews selected for death - mostly children and the elderly - waited among the birch trees. Those grove images were labelled, Bodies that are no longer capable. After everyone was divided into selection lines, the SS photographer captured The Auschwitz Album image with my Bubby. Because the SS was ordered to process nearly half a million Hungarian Jews in two months, there was no time to brand a tattoo onto my grandmothers arm