Saturday 30 September 2023

Britain saved Hitler


In August 1938, the German General Staff informed the British that they were ready to oust Hitler.

All the British had to do was resist Hitler's demands. 

Instead, at Munich, they handed Czechoslovakia
to him, its armaments and its gold. 

WW2 was a trap designed by the globalists to destroy Germany.


At 30 September 2023 at 06:04 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Profound photo of 14-year-old Polish girl in Nazi WW2 camp

Sharing this not for any historical-political point, but because it is an eternal, memorable, haunting image

Young blossoming girl with so much to give, sent to a prison camp in a cruel war

Photo taken in December 1942 by her fellow Polish prisoner, who survived the war to tell the story

Czesława Kwoka (1928-1943)

'Czeslawa Kwoka was one of 116,000 Poles deported from their villages in the wake of the German invasion.

Photographer Wilhelm Brasse, a Polish man deported to Auschwitz by the Nazis, was forced to photograph between 40,000 and 50,000 prisoners at the camp, including Czesława Kwoka.

He vividly remembered taking her photo, recalling how the terrified girl was ushered in with the others, unable to understand anything that was happening around her:

“So this woman Kapo (prisoner overseer) took a stick and beat her about the face, German woman taking out her anger on the girl, beautiful, young, innocent. She cried but could do nothing. Before the photograph was taken, the girl dried her tears and the blood from the cut on her lip. I felt as if I was being hit myself but I couldn’t interfere. It would have been fatal for me.”

The blood from the cut on Czesława Kwoka’s lip is still visible in the photograph that Brasse took. In Kwoka’s photo, the fright emanating from her expression has transcended the black and white of the image, and remains potent decades later.

The 14-year-old girl would be dead three months after, it is not known how she died.

Photographer Brasse was sent to another concentration camp and finally liberated by American forces in 1945.'


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