Tuesday, October 23, 2012

20 Hitlers, 37 Himmlers killed in the Holocaust

German Jew Konrad Heiden wrote in his 1936 biography of Adolf Hitler:

"The unusual and rather curious name of Hitler occurs more frequently among Eastern
Jews than among Germans, and particularly in Galicia, Bukovina, Roumania and Poland."

Moses Hitler, 14, being teased at his Yeshiva with "Heil Hitler" salutes in 1933

Miss Hitler married the recently circumcised Mr Deyelenko in Galicia in June 1935

Adolf Hitler (Lithuania Jew) regretting his trip to Nazi Occupied Poland in 1940

Jewish Emil Hitler claimed in 1948, his parents and brother were killed at Auschwitz

Only a few months after the end of WW2, before the Jewish death toll was announced
at the main Nuremberg Trial, and long before any estimates of Jewish populations could
be made. A Zionist, Eliahu Dobkin, announced a monument would be built on Mount Scopus
in Jerusalem, which would bear the names of all the 6,000,000 Jews killed by the Germans.

But over 66 years later, they haven't built the monument yet, as they've
only names of "half of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis"

20 Hitlers killed in the Holocaust

37 Himmlers killed in the Holocaust

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