Ka Jaaprekina IIN, Iznomajot Savu Nekustamo ipašumu?
Nav noliedzams, ka Kauna, Lietukis garaža, tika noslepkavoti vairaki simti cilveku, bet, ka rada pedeja laika lietuviešu petijumi, slaktinš nenotika tada veida, ka nacistu propaganda to bija traktejusi. Pedejie petijumi ari neapstiprina Štalekera uzdoto noslepkavoto skaitu – cilveku. Par šo problemu sikak: Ezergailis, A. Neighbors Did not Kill Jews.
Par sinagogu dedzinašanu Štalekeram ir taisniba. Jautajums tomer ir par noslepkavotajiem, jo lidz šim, piemeram, Araja viru kriminallietu depozitos nav pieradijumu, ka 4. Sikak: Ezergailis, A. The Holocaust in Latvia, Its value derives from its secrecy, its limited distribution, and that it came from the very center of Nazism – its author was only three removes from Hitler and was in charge of killing Jews in the Baltic region.
In general the report does not support those historians who desire to present the Holocaust as Germanless. Thereafter, the report has functioned in many Nazi crime trials, except for the USSR, the world over. Specifically, the report shows that it were the members of the Einsatzgruppe A with Stahlecker at its helm, who engaged in organization and fomentation of killing operations in Latvia and elsewhere in the Baltic.
For reasons that are difficult for outsiders to understand, the report is almost ignored by a great number of German historians. They consider it as a self-serving and dismiss it as an unreliable source.
The original and preferred plan of killing the Jews, Stahlecker writes, was to eliminate them by pogroms, by which he meant that the natives on their own, or egged on by Einsatzkommando leaders, will rise up and bludgeon the Jews to death. For that purpose, we used native teams which we had organized.
The report consists of two parts: about pages of text and pages of documents. At least one of these miracles usually involved a Gentile Rescuer who, risking his freedom if not his life, stepped forward to save a Jew.
One of the most remarkable rescuers in Latvia was the Liepaja janitor Roberts Seduls – An audacious daredevil, he and his wife Johanna – hid 11 Jews in the cellar of an apartment building in the center of town from to All survived the war but tragically Seduls did not: he was killed by a Soviet bomb on 10 March One of the Jews, the teacher Kalman Linkimer – , had kept a diary from the first day of the war There he resumed his diary, producing a day-by-day account from 29 April to 20 February and reconstructing the lost pages for at least the first, bloodiest year of the German occupation, from 29 June to the establishment of the Liepaja ghetto on 1 July He also recorded the escape stories of the other Jews who had reached the cellar in October-December At Mr.
The Linkimer Diary: How 11 Jews Survived the Holocaust 49 Robert Seduls in it captures the thoughts, emotions, and tensions of the moment – neither mellowed nor smoothed by the passage of time. The neatness of the manuscript suggests that it was copied from an original draft. That name also appears once in another section, so perhaps Linkimer recopied the entire manuscript.
Another unique aspect of the diary is that these Jews had a radio provided by Seduls. Unlike prisoners in camps who were totally cut off from news except for an occasional, often false rumour, these 11 Jews were able to follow military and political events hour by hour, recording their thoughts every day.
Like millions of other Europeans they eagerly awaited liberation, but with an urgency felt only by people facing imminent death. Z. Eiduss, published in 24 installments in the Liepaja newspaper Komunists in Thankfully, the crudity of these embellishments makes it easy to strip them from the story.