Jews Transited through Belzec & Sobibor

Published: 2020-06-24

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Welcome back dear readers for another take on the famous “Where did they go?” response of the Holocaust orthodoxy when facing revisionism. As we know, historians claim that there were certain camps like Treblinka with the sole purpose of extermination. Revisionists claim that this was not the case and that these camps were actually transit camps where prisoners were kept for a while before transferred elsewhere. So defenders of the official story keep demanding the names of Jews transited through these camps. Well, they can relax, as we aim to please.

Previously we have seen several cases of Jews transited through Treblinka, one of the three supposed death camps of Operation Reinhard. The other two camps are Belzec and Sobibor on which we will be focusing today, as the USHMM database has also testimonies from these camps, hidden in plain sight, so to speak. Just visit the USHMM site and see for yourself. Here’s the link for the testimony of Abram Baran: https://collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/vha22389. Once the page is open, just click “About This Oral History,” and the full list of his camps will appear. The last 5 digits of the link are the interview number, which are all listed in the table below, so you can view each veteran’s testimony, right from the site of the USHMM itself. There might be even more - see what you can find yourself!

We begin with Belzec. where we find the following:

- Mr Joseph Himmelstein, whose count of transfers stopped at a whopping 12 camps, including Majdanek and Birkenau.

- Murray Henick was not far behind with 10 camps.

- Karol Brill follows with 4 camps.

- Stanley Levine (6 camps).

- Henry Rosenstein (6 camps).

- Max Stern (9 camps).

- David Handwohl. 10 camps including Majdanek and the three Auschwitz camps.

- Joseph Freiman (6 camps).

- Aron Fellenbaum (9 camps).

- Gary Flumenbaum (8 camps).

- Jack Borys (5 camps).

- Aharon Markivits (9 camps).

- Szyja Kramer (9 camps).

- Philip Fiksel (6 camps).

- Aaron Rosenzweig (12 camps).

- Morris Pilberg. 11 camps, including Treblinka.

- Bernard Green (6 camps).

- Abram Baran (6 camps).

- Vilem Solar (5 camps).

- Yosef Draylinger (6 camps).

- Motel Malcmacher (9 camps).

- Joseph Gelbart. 3 camps: From Auschwitz to Belzec and back to Auschwitz.

- Morris Borys (6 camps).

And now a few examples from Sobibor.

- Tsiporah Singer (7 camps).

- Moishe Botner (5 camps).

- Isak Rais (2 camps).

- Joseph Schnitzer (3 camps).

- Jules Schelvis (7 camps).

- Saartje Engel (3 camps).

- Lucie Pollak (2 camps).

- Mirjam Mullaart (6 camps).

- Debora Sessler (6 camps).

- And finally, a special guest star: Chayim Layst. Belzec and Sobibor!

Together with the Treblinka veterans, we have the following summary:

Name

Interview #

Camps before

Treblinka

Belzec

Sobibor

Next camp

Camps after

Gelbart

42012

2

 

×

 

Auschwitz

1

Seder

8135

0

×

   

Blizyn

4

Stupnik

35125

0

×

   

Blizyn

4

Borys

3132

1

 

×

 

Buchenwald

3

Botner

36893

?

   

×

Budzyn

4

Henick

11920

2

 

×

 

Cieszanów

7

Markiwits

16772

0

 

×

 

Cieszanów

8

Fiksel

8372

0

 

×

 

Cieszanów

5

Rosenstein

21055

1

 

×

 

Colditz

4

Flumenbaum

1861

5

 

×

 

Dachau

2

Solar

7943

0

 

×

 

Golleschau

4

Himmelstein

20123

8

 

×

 

Hannover

3

Fellenbaum

11961

1

 

×

 

Janiszow

7

Rais

18063

0

   

×

Krychow

1

Schnitzer

2019

0

   

×

Krychow

2

Draylinger

5100

0

 

×

 

Laurahütte

5

Levine

22529

3

 

×

 

Leitmeritz

2

Singer

28429

1

   

×

Lida

6

Sessler

25384

0

   

×

Lublin

5

Green

51261

0

 

×

 

Majdanek

5

Baran

22389

0

 

×

 

Majdanek

5

Malcmacher

17662

2

 

×

 

Majdanek

6

Mullaart

21341

0

   

×

Majdanek

5

Gerstman

14516

0

×

   

Majdanek

6

Szajman

33766

0

×

   

Majdanek

4

Freiman

14972

2

 

×

 

Mauthausen

3

Chakin

7457

0

×

   

Milejow

7

Penn

38042

0

×

   

Milejow

8

Handwohl

17677

4

 

×

 

Mittelbau-Dora

5

Layst

20318

0

 

×

×

n/a

0

Kramer

30827

4

 

×

 

Ostrowiec

4

Rosenzweig

2068

1

 

×

 

Pocking

10

Borys

375

1

 

×

 

Pruszków

4

Pollak

1964

0

   

×

Sawin

1

Stern

9578

0

 

×

 

Schlieben

8

Brill

25883

1

 

×

 

Skarzysko-Kamienna

2

Pilberg

1879

8

×

×

 

Treblinka

1

Schelvis

6399

0

   

×

Vaihingen

6

Wynberg

7684

0

   

×

Westerbork

2

Grynberg

8605

0

×

   

Zambrów

3

So together with Treblinka we now have at least 40 names of transited Jews through these supposed extermination centers. And quite remarkably, in the database of the USHMM. No secret files, no concealed documents, no conspiracies. So where did they go, you ask;

Well, to put it simply, they (and/or their descendants) are here, among us!

PS. According to a recent poll in Italy, Holocaust deniers have increased more than five times over previous years, from just 2.7% in 2004 to 15% today. And the number will most certainly grow. Locating the missing Jews was the last line of defense for the orthodoxy. Unfortunately this gap is now beginning to close, putting the last nail in the coffin. The only thing that’s left now is to inform the public, as the total collapse is inevitable. It is only a matter of time.


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