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Polish Atrocities
Against the German Minority in Poland
Edited and published by order of the Foreign Office,
Volk und Reich Verlag Berlin, 2nd. revised ed., 1940, 311 pp.
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An odd concept you may have never heard of. But it happened.
Atrocity photos you'll never see on the History Channel.
"Poland wants war with Germany and Germany will not be able to avoid
it even if she wants to." (Polish Marshal Rydz-Smigly as reported in
the Daily Mail, August 6th, 1939)
For Hitler's viewpoint, see link at bottom.
The historical record, as represented by the German government at the
time, on Bromberg "Bloody Sunday" and related incidents -- 58,000
claimed dead or missing by Feb 1940. The German invasion was Sep
1939, but it's important to understand that many of the outrages had
preceded the German invasion. This was proved by the amount of
decomposition of the bodies. Thus, these atrocities cannot be excused
simply as reprisals for the German invasion (which would be wrong
anyway). They included 19 year-old girls with their faces smashed,
amputations, disembowelments, shot thru' the eye, death-trauma births,
you name it. Poles had been merrily slaughtering anything or anybody
German since at least as early as April 1939, with smaller incidents
stretching back to the close of WW I -- you haven't been told that by
the Mass Media, or the fact that these atrocities were one of the main
causes for the German invasion of Poland, something that was meant by
the Germans to be a local solution to a local problem. Germany had
already done the "right thing" by protesting in writing to the League
of Nations literally dozens of times. The League of Nations did
nothing, yet the problem had to be solved. [Photo at left: Polski
marshal Rydz-Smigly, burdened with the weight of numerous medals. As
soon as his army started to lose, this bragging Polish "warrior" ran
away to Romania, leaving his troops in a lurch! Yet to this day, no
opprobrium is cast his way by the establishment media. Why not?]
Subsequent to the German invasion, Britain declared war on Germany,
yet after the Soviet Union invaded the eastern Polish territory only a
few weeks later, Britain neglected to declare war on the Soviet Union.
Why not, if the integrity of Poland's borders was so important?
Inquiring minds want to know. After using these incidents as obvious
pretext (the real purpose being to take down Germany as an economic
rival and arch anti-NWO force), Britain then began bombing the Ruhr
Valley the day after Churchill took office (May 10, 1940),
specifically targeting civilian areas in addition to industrial and
military targets. The rest is history -- a shameful and
gut-wrenching one.
On Bromberg Bloody Sunday, thousands of ethnic Germans were
slaughtered like pigs in an alley because the majority "poles" (the
"slavic", non-Teutonic types, really Turco-Ugaric, Hunnic, Tartar and
Mongoloid residue from the old "Dark Age" invasions) knew they could
do so with total impunity. Marshal Pilsudski had died, and Britain's
leaders had made unconditional guarantees to Poland as a pretense to
ensure maximum political tensions in Eastern Europe to serve the
interests of Soviet Russia. Poles in official capacity were openly
laying claim to ancient German territory, were engaging in the crudest
pea-brained saber-rattling, had engaged in border violations and
boasted of marching thru' the gates of Berlin in 3 weeks (or days,
depending on which buzzing brain was indulging in the fantasy).
Poland had even stolen a chunk of "Czechoslovak" territory in early
'39. WHAT ABOUT THE NUMBERS? Are these numbers exaggerated?
Probably, but not by much, certainly nowhere near as much as the way
Poles and Jews exaggerate their numbers of dead. These historical
facts were confirmed by the East-German historian Theodor Bierschenk
in 1954, and the Social-Democrat journalist Otto Heike in 1955, on the
basis of Polish documents. There were 12,857 identified dead in the
Bromberg area, leaving a large number of unidentified dead there, and
many more dead elsewhere. Both Hoggan (The Forced War) and de Zayas
(Wehrmacht War Crimes Bureau) basically agree with these conclusions.

* * * * *
Few today weep for these innocent people. No Tom Brokaw pursing his
lips over photos of them with a concerned expression, like he had just
gulped a bushel of lemons. No Charles Kurrault telling folksy
anecdotes about them, ending with "no, dear ones, we will not forget".
No Richard D. Haffner, Ph.D. furrowing his professorial brow about
them on his PBS talking head program. Nope, you'll see no paeans to
these forgotten victims in our controlled, sycophantic media.
These files will help to set the historical record straight by
providing some balance. If you want the "official" version, just turn
on your TV set, or go to a major bookstore. It's all there.
"The [NATO] bombing war also violates and shreds the basic provisions
of the United Nations Charter and other conventions and treaties; the
attack on Yugoslavia constitutes the most brazen international
aggression since the Nazis attacked Poland to prevent 'Polish
atrocities' [his quotation marks] against Germans", said Walter J.
Rockler, former prosecutor to the Nuremberg war crimes trials, in a
letter to the Chicago Tribune, May 10, 1999. Walter needed to pull up
a chair and take a deeper look at the evidence, without prosecutorial
malice or prejudice. Rockler's wonderful perspicacity regarding the
illegal bombing of Yugoslavia did not extend to similar revelations he
may have had about Germany. An OBIT (click) identified Walt as "the
son of Russian immigrant parents". This is usually a telling
So look now at material you will have a tough time finding in your
local library, or anywhere else for that matter . . .
All in full text. Complete with all graphics. Absolutely nothing has
expurgated.-JR, 9 June 2001
Sections I, II and III. Title page + pp. 1-32:
I. More than 58,000 dead and missing
II. Sources of information and explanations
III. Statement
a) The German-Polish situation up to the outbreak of war
b) The Polish atrocity policy

Sections IV and V are 172 pages of supporting documentation-summaries
and extracts from affidavits (nearly all text).
IV. Documents
a) Cases of typical atrocities (p. 33 header/p. 34blank)
pp. 35-54,cases 1 - 15
pp. 54-69, cases 16 -30
pp. 69-88, cases 31 -45
pp. 88-108, cases 46 -60
pp. 108-126, cases 61 -76
b) Personal accounts of survivors of the various concentration
pp. 127-149, cases 77 - 88
pp. 149-171, cases 89 - 101
pp. 171-191, cases 102 - 110
V. Report of the medico-legal experts (p. 192 blank/p. 193
194 blank)
pp. 195-207

Sections VI and VII are 100 pages of forensic documentation-captioned
photos, autopsy reports with photos, crime scene photos and articles
in local newspapers begging for information on missing family members.
All captions when transcribed are taken verbatim from the book.
Sections VI (b) and (c) are quite graphic and are NOT FOR CHILDREN.
Section VII items are actual coroner's inquest photos, as such are
extremely graphic and disturbing, and are thus NOT FOR CHILDREN, nor
for anyone easily disturbed by images of violence and death. Please
take notice-this isn't Sunday school, people, it's the real thing.
VI. Illustrations (p. 208 blank/p. 209 header/p. 210blank)
a) Documents (pp. 211-214)
b) Injuries, mutilations, mass graves (pp. 215-246) AND
c) Arson, pillage and devastation (pp. 247-249)
pp. 215-218
pp. 219-223
pp. 224-229
pp. 230-236
pp. 237-243
pp. 244-249
d) Announcements of dead and missing
pp. 250-254
pp. 255-259
pp. 260-265
e) Notices and other proofs
pp. 266-274
VII. Illustrated reports by medico-legal experts (p. 275
header/p. 276 blank)
pp. 277-283
pp. 284-289
pp. 290-296
pp. 297-303
pp. 304-309

VIII. Survey map of most important places of murder (p. 310 blank)
p. 311 (map)

"No Germans had any weapons because for years conditions had rendered
this impossible. It was sufficient to find a child's percussion-cap
pistol to justify a murder". (p. 22)
"I was in the World War from 1917 to 1919. I saw many things there and
underwent very much suffering. Never before have I seen faces so
distorted with fury or bestial expression, as in this sudden attack on
my defenceless family. They had certainly ceased to be human beings."
(Testimony of Paul Zembol, p. 123)
"Laws that forbid the carrying of arms. . . disarm only those who are
neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes. . . Such laws make
things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they
serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed
man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man."
· Jefferson's "Commonplace Book," 1774-1776, quoting from On
Crimes and Punishment, by criminologist Cesare Beccaria, 1764