posted on Apr, 17 2008 @ 02:19 PM
Nazi slavery - herding civilians into cattle cars
Millions of civilians ... Poles, Letts, Estonians, Czechs, Frenchmen, Ukrainians, Russians ... were herded to cattle cars, shipped them across the
borders of their countries, to Germany ...made them slave-laborers running the German, war machine. Every day, slick paper German magazines, in Berlin
and Hamburg, printed photos of new German farmers, in new estates, in newly occupied territories in Ukraine ...German newlyweds in new apartments in
Poland ...German colonists taking over farms, factories, livestock, household goods, and homes conquered people left behind. Free land was advertised
in German publications ...German citizens encouraged to move east, begin new lives.
R. Walther Darre was Reich Minister of Agriculture. Dec. 9, 1940, Darre’s speech appeared in Life Magazine, “A new aristocracy of Herrenvolk,
German masters, is being created ...aristocracy with slaves, property of Herrenvolk slaves, kept homeless, non-German nationals.
Reich Commissioner for Utilization of Labor-Power, Gauleiter Fritz Sanuckel, spoke to the German press. “In 1942, two million men and women were
transported to Germany, from France. Fuehrer charged me with delivering to Germany, 400,000 to 500,000 hand-picked sound and strong girls from Eastern
regions,” Sanuckel said.
General Staff commanded the Reichswehr to order every German soldier be a rapist, thief, and executioner ...give him a sense of ownership of Reichwehr
slaughter. Had General Staff order Government ministers to order city mayors, ‘Citizens must buy slaves’ …to get a sense of ownership in the
General Staff made millions of slaves, men, women, and children from conquered, occupied territories, making slaves of 500 million people, when
Germany conquers Europe and Soviet Russia. Eighty million Germans will be their masters.
General von Stuelpnagel wrote about von Clauswitz’ theory of German warfare lasting for generations …spanning centuries, until victory.
World conquest happens in stages. Each stage must bring us greater economic and industrial potential than our enemies,’ von Stuelpnagel said. “The
Nazis must reduce the economic and industrial potential of European cities to ashes …in Florence, Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Warsaw, Kiev …
buildings are crumbled ruins, trains, buses, trolleys, cars, and wagons are bombed, broken burnt-out heaps ...farms are burned, the ground poisoned,
factories bombed and burned, businesses burnt out. Tens of millions of people are homeless and starve.
One by one, Wehrmacht destroyed villages, towns, cities, states, and countries. The Soviet industrial city, Stalino ...in Stalino, destroyed 113
schools, 62 kindergartens, Summer and Winter Theatres, the Art Gallery, and best buildings in town, burnt the Children’s Hospital to the ground,
displacing 2,000 people. Burnt Voroshilov Clinical Hospital to the ground, with 1,000 beds. Burnt twelve medical institutions, with 2,000 beds ...five
clinics ...the medical Institute, that had 2,000 students ...the Industrial Institute, that had 15,000 students ...burnt 530,000 science and
literature books ...leveled factories, shops, apartment buildings and homes, destroyed many cities this way ... Warsaw, Rotterdam, Kharkov, Kiev,
Tallinn, Riga, Kaunas, Cracow, Minsk, Vitebsk.
General von Runstedt said, “Destruction of neighboring people and their riches is needed for our victory. A great mistake of 1918 was to spare civil
life of enemy countries ... for it’s necessary for Germans to be always at least twice the number of the peoples of neighboring countries. We must
therefore destroy at least a third of their people. Even, if Germany losses the military phase of operations in World War II, Germany will emerge
stronger in economic, industrial and manpower potential than any of her neighbors,’ General von Runstedt said.