Treblinka Death Camp Revolt.


In 1943, the tide of World War II began to turn against Nazi Germany. Losses in North Africa and the massive defeat at Stalingrad destroyed the myth of German military invincibility and stiffened anti-Nazi resistance, even in the killing centers and concentration camps of occupied Europe. In the Treblinka death camp  last commander Kurt Franz… Read more »

The Holocaust youngest’s survivers


Three babies were born within weeks of each other in Mauthausen Concentration Camp. On 5 May 1945, the soldiers of the US Army’s 11th Armoured Division   under command of Lieutenant General  Edward Hale Brooks  arrived at Mauthausen Concentration Camp in Austria. Among the tens of thousands of starving, sick prisoners they discovered, there were three tiny… Read more »

Karl Chmielewski a commander of the Dutch, Herzogenbusch concentration camp,


Karl Chmielewski, born 16 July 1903 in Frankfurt am Main, the city where also  Anne Frank, was born, was a German SS officer and concentration camp commandant. Such was his cruelty that he was dubbed Teufel von Gusen or the Devil of Gusen. After an unschooled education, Chmielewski  becomes at the age of 16 an in-carcassist and carpenter…. Read more »

The fall of Tobruk June 1942.


On June 21th-1942, General Erwin Rommel turns his assault on the British-Allied garrison at Tobruk, Libya, into victory, as his panzer division occupies the North African port. Britain had established control of Tobruk after routing the Italians in 1940. But the Germans attempted to win it back by reinforcing Italian troops with the Afrika Korps… Read more »

Goering’s great love Carin von Katzow.


Goering during the winter of 1920–1921, was hired by Count Eric von Rosen to fly him to his castle from Stockholm. Invited to spend the night, Goering may at this time have first seen the swastika emblem, which Rosen had set in the chimney piece as a family badge. There he saw his future wife; the count… Read more »

Alwin-Broder Albrecht one of Hitler’s adjutants.


Alwin-Broder Albrecht, was a German naval officer who was one of Adolf Hitler’s adjutants. He was born 18 September 1903 in Sankt Peter-Ording in the Province of Schleswig-Holstein. In 1922 he joined the Reichsmarine  On 1 June 1934, he was promoted to Papitänleutnant. Then on 1 November 1937, he was promoted to the rank of Korvettenkapitän. When Hitler’s liason officer to… Read more »

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