posted on Apr, 17 2008 @ 02:03 PM
Maidenak & Cyclon B-2
1940, Death factory assembly lines Lieutenant General Hilmar Moser, German Military Commander of Lubin explained. ‘It was clear, even to
less-informed persons, what went on, there,’ Moser said. “Myself, I have no reason to keep quiet, or lie, to cover up crimes of General Staff.
Hundreds of thousands of people were exterminated at Maidenak.
In 1940, German Concentration Camp at Maidenak was a death factory. In three years, 1,500,000 people from countries in Europe were murdered, there.
Assembly line techniques were used to murder people. Military Supreme Command and the Government ordered Camp Maidenak built ...in a field of 675
acres, a mile from Lublin, on the highway between Chelm and Cracow.
SS used Jew slave labor, and Polish prisoners of wars, to build 144 barracks at Maidenak. Three hundred prisoners lived in each barrack ...45,000
prisoners. Maidenak had barracks, workshops, storehouses, and buildings for Nazi staff and guards to live. The camp had tall observation towers with
Nazi sentries, and kennels filled with 2,000 German Shepard police dogs lived at one end of camp. Maidenak looked like a little city, hundreds of
little buildings, gray roofs in neat, orderly rows. A wire fence stretching in both directions out of sight. Front yards with flowers and chairs were
homes where SS Guards lived. Next to them, was the Soldatenheim, a small whorehouse ... filled with pretty women from the camp.
On Gestapo blueprints, Maidenak was called, Camp Dauchau No. 2. An SS Guard at Maidenak, who used to be a convict, called it, Vernichtungslager
Extermination Camp, because its goal was to exterminate as many people as possible. General Staff reps at Maidenak Vernichtungslager manage operations
punctually and efficiently ... large-scale murder requires several levels of management, has logistic problems murdering millions of people ...you
must get people there ...kill them ...dispose of their bodies ...accumulate ...sort ...catalog, and warehouse belongings and body parts that can be
reused. In Maidenak, German General Staff assigned this task to Friedrich Wilhelm Kreuger, Secretary of State for Public Security of the Government
General of Poland.
Friedrich Kreuger belonged to Schwarze Reichswehr terrorist Luetzow Freikorps, joined Nazi Party in 1929, promoted 1934 to SS Obergruppenfuehrer
Superior Group Leader, and Inspector of Grenzeinheiten Frontier Units.
He brought qualifications, planning, tracking, exterminating millions of people …terrorist death squad leader ...Nazi ...successful businessman. In
1924, Kreuger was general manager of a garbage company, in Berlin. He reorganized garbage pickup in Berlin, invented a new way to burn garbage.
Kreuger built his garbage burning system again, in Maidenak ...five big ovens next to each other, reaching temperatures of 1,500 degrees, red brick
blast furnaces, fueled by coal, fanned by electric fans. The sides of these crematorium ovens had five large furnace doors. Corpses were loaded onto
steel frames, then pushed in on one side ...ashes were removed on the other. Oven capacity ... 2,000 people a day. Sometimes, living people were
Winter 1941, Maidenak began mass murder …2,000 Soviet war prisoners brought in, two days later, 80 were alive …then, 6,000 men, women, and
children were shot in two days …one day, 88 truckloads of civilians were unloaded at Krempek Forest, beside camp ...then, shot ...bodies thrown into
pits. One day, 18,400 prisoners were shot …shooting began after breakfast, and ended after dinner.
The camp installed loudspeakers, played loud music to muffle annoying shooting sounds. SS troops brought prisoners out in groups of 50-to-100, had
them take off their clothes off, lay face down in huge ditches ...then, machine-gunned them. SS troopers brought in another group, had them strip, lay
on top of people just shot …then, they were shot. This went on all day ... until pits filled with 18,400 dead bodies …covered with a thin layer of
dirt …a few days later, they were removed, then, burned in the crematorium, or in huge bonfires of piled corpses …10,000 victims were citizens of
Lubin …8,400 were Maidenak prisoners. An official report was kept by book keepers of Maidenak at the clothing store, who audited clothing records of
the 8,400 camp victims.