The Psychology of Neo-Nazism Another Journey by Train to Auschwitz

Published: 2021-02-07

In this video clip (49 minutes) which is taken from British Television, Kitty Hart (nee Felix), an Auschwitz “survivor” takes an another journey to Auschwitz, to meet a number of young whites who agreed to go there to discuss her experiences. The programme was produced by Peter Morley (Meyer), a Jew who left Germany in 1933. Hart was born in 1926, in Bielitz, (now Bielsko, Poland) where she left for Lublin, when war broke out. All the Jews found in Lublin were concentrated in one area of the city. An attempt to escape failed. Fake papers were obtained and she with her mother, started work at an IG Farben rubber factory, in Germany.  Exposed, they were sent to Auschwitz in April 1943. In November 1944, Hart’s mother was selected to leave the camp. Hart and her mother ended up at Gross-Rosen where they worked in the Philips factory. Later, they were transported to Porta Westfalica, for more war work, and then Belsen. After the war they both  moved to England. Hart believes that the “Holocaust” could happen again if there is not enough “education”, and that if people are “educated” they would believe the “evidence” of mass killings by gas chambers. Notice her demeanour when she says this. She claims that she was in 5 prisons, 6 camps and spent 3 years at Auschwitz. It is strange then that her Wikipedia entry, states that her and her mother arrived at Auschwitz in April 1943, which is less than two years. At one time she was ill with typhus, but survived. Her mother was selected for labour in November 1943, and asked the commandant of the camp if Kitty could go too. He assented. Hart later asserts during her time in Auschwitz that she saw SS men swing Jewish babies into the crematorium wall smashing their heads in, despite the fact they were going to die later, as she says. Then the Jews were forced into the “gas chamber” where she saw a SS man in a gas mask put Zyclon B pellets through the openings in the roof. After the screaming stopped, the Jews were cremated, with resulting massive smoke and stinking smells. Hart claims that she witnessed this for eight months. Amazingly how the Germans, renowned for their organisation skills and efficiency, managed to leave so many witnesses, who can leave the death camp by simply asking the commandant. 


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Published: 2021-02-07
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