Friday, November 20, 2009

Judith Perlaki's tale - Auschwitz gas chambers "as long as 50 football fields", Germans "tied women’s legs together to stop them from having babies"





Judith Perlaki





Judith Perlaki was from a jewish family in Hungary.

In 1943, the Nazis came and took them on a journey to hell.

Judy says they were packed on a cattle car on a "death train" with no food or water, and taken to Auschwitz. The trip took 3 days...with no stops.

The atrocities Judith witnessed are beyond belief.

She was served soup with rats and live mice in it.

She says the gas chambers were as long as 50 football fields and would murder 1,500 to 2,000 jews at one time. And the ovens could burn 8,000 jews a day.

Perlaki also says the Germans would tie the women’s legs together to attempt to stop them from having babies, and hold inmates under the water to see how long they could last until they would freeze to death.

Perlaki and her son Lawrence have been visiting schools for 15 years sharing their fairytale, visiting around 12 to 15 schools per year.

I think Judith may have underestimated the killing capacity, however.

Just do the math and think about it....50 football fields = 50 x 300ft = 15,000 ft = 2.84 miles.

The Auschwitz gas chamber building was almost 3 miles long!! With a gas chamber of that size, the Germans could probably gas 200,000 people at one time. They must have been planning on gassing the entire population of planet earth!








Article: "Holocaust survivor talks to Wood-Ridge HS students"





Note: use http://www.archive.org/ to find article if original link no longer works






See Also:

- More of Judith Perlaki's tale-Ate soup w/ live mice in it, washed w/ soap made from dead jews, stayed in Auschwitz for several months after liberation

5 comments:

  1. Come on there’s good protein in them there rats and mice. I’ll lay London to a brick Good old Judas and son lucky Larry, if Holohoax lies were an Olympic event, they’d make the finals. No problem!

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  2. Talking of football fields, there was a soccer match going on in Birkenau in 1942 between the Yiddish Hotspurs and the Wermacht Gunners.

    The football field stood right in front of Crematorium No.3, and one player accidently kicked the ball so high that it flew over the gas chamber roof and hit an SS guard as he was carefully pouring the Zyklon B capsules down the opening vents.

    The ball hit him so hard that he lost his balance and fell head first down through the vent into the wire cage below.

    Well, they couldn't haul him out at that stage because the capsules had already been released, so he had to stay upside down until the gassing session had come to an end. He was lucky of course because he was wearing a gas mask, but when they finally emptied the chamber, and cut through the wire cage, he was in such a terrible and hysterical condition that a couple of kapos with a stretcher were summoned to carry him away to Doctor Mengele's weird and wacky freak-show hospital.

    As for the soccer match, well, the gunners won handsomely of course, because every time a Spurs player touch the ball the referee would blow his whistle.

    And who was the referee ? - a fat, squat, sweaty, little gestapo officer with a pencil moustache.

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  3. ^LOL Thanks for adding this tale.

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  4. To think that people get jailed for questioning these tall tales is totally disgusting

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