Following the tradition of regular anti-soviet publications in May, I’ve made a translation of interesting article by one of my comrades.
Humankind has paradoxical psychology. After piling up mountains of lies on the WW2 events, a common man believes them so hard, that any ordinary thing deviant from those lies is perceived like scientific discovery or some kind of revelation. So they already write books about ethnic Jews in NSDAP or 3rd Reich military, like something extraordinary.
This originates from radically wrong image of Hitler’s Germany as racist state, a kind of Ku Klux Klan branch with anti-Semitic lean. Meanwhile, no one considers the fact which by and large is evident: during the WW2, Germany was an enemy of racially related Britain and U.S.A (BTW, with remains of KKK) and ally of Japan, whose nation despite all respect towards it can’t be called white. Where is the racism?
What racism can one talk about, when 3rd Reich citizens had no ethnicity mark in their documents? Here are photos of German domestic and international passports from those ages.
I’m not trying to idealize or justify Hitler’s policy. But in wasn’t even close to racism. In contrast, after realizing treacherous, anti-European and misanthropic essence of the Soviet Bolshevism, Germany has declared a Great Crusade against it, trying to call to this war all nations of the world.
The volunteer Waffen-SS troops, from countries like Belgium and Bosnia up to Ukraine and Estonia are commonly known. But there also were less famous legionaries, from whence the Europe is not easy to reach…
Fighting against British colonizers in Africa, those people have accepted Mussolini’s help with pleasure, and later willingly served in Rommel’s Afrika Korps.
Now about people from the former USSR.
Chechens and Ingushes. Note the “three-hand swastika” on the sleeve – even today, it decorates the national flag of the Republic of Ingushetia. The Mercedes Benz logo has the same origin, no matter how they in Stuttgart are trying to rewrite the History. The ancient German symbol “Triskelion” is a living example of a common origin of Germans and Vainakhs up to now. Germans were amazed to see it at the ancestral Ingush towers. There, it is called the “Malkh-sag”. This word is the origin of one of the most common Ingush family names.
One of the founders of those troops is Vessengirei Dzhabagiev. In Nazran, there is a street named after him.
Turkestan legion – this was for the Middle Asia. There was no classification by republics of origin. Legion “Idel-Ural” was for the Tatars.
Kalmyk legion. Voluntarily joined the 6th Paulus Army. In contrast to him, remained faithful to Germany and bravely fought up to the end of the war.
Well, at last about Jews. In particular, about the Jewish police and concentration camps guards. I will give a quote from Russian Wikipedia, to prevent any “antisemitism” accusations. (There is an English Wikipedia article on this matter, but the russian one features more thorough information, though its style is far from perfect. It was mostly preserved during the translation – NvS.)
“The Jewish Ghetto Police (German “Judischer Ordnungsdienst”) was the name of “Service of the Order” — a body for keeping order, which was formed in each Jewish ghetto during Nazi occupation. The initiator of its creation was Eichmann’s assistant, SS-Hauptsturmführer Alois Brunner.
He began from staffing Jewish police in Berlin, which helped to deport Jews to Eastern ghettos and camps. It existed in 1939–1944 and was formally controlled by Judenrat — a Jewish council, government of each ghetto. Usually, one of Judenrat members was a commander of Jewish police. Its staffing was controlled by Germans and Judenrat representatives.
Usually, Jewish policemen had no firearms – only rubber batons were permitted. However, some were armed. Those who demonstrated their loyalty before the German authorities were allowed to have firearms permanently. Weapons also have been issued for the time of certain events, protection of important objects and night duties. The leaders and commanders of Jewish Ghetto Police, usually the Judenrat representatives, had a permanent right to carry weapons (pistols, hand grenades). The first Warsaw Ghetto Police commander was Józef Andrzej Szeryński, an apostate and former police colonel.
The Jewish Ghetto Police purposes can be divided into three types:
1. Enforcing of German orders, received through Judenrat or directly from the occupation authorities;
2. Enforcing of Judenrat decisions, related to its activities, money collections;
3. Satisfaction of internal needs of the Jewish community: order on the streets, control of arrivals and departures.
First two categories included the collection of fines and taxes, confiscation of property, gathering for the forced labor, participation in raids and arrests, escorting of population to places of their execution or concentration camps, observation, identification of guerrilla fighters and conspirators. Meanwhile, often the members of the Jewish Ghetto Police were conspirators themselves or had underground rebel connections.
There were many Gestapo agents amongst Jewish police as well. The third category is the maintenance of order and cleanliness in public places, fight against crime. Sometimes Jewish policemen officers participated in executions.
On October 27, 1942, 7 members of the Jewish police under the supervision of the Vilnius ghetto commandant S. Desler, took part in mass execution of 406 people in Oshmyany, Belarus. Jewish Policemen from Vilnius ghetto convoyed Jews to Paneriai – a place of mass execution. Also, in 1942 six Jews were executed in Vilnius for serious criminal offenses by Ghetto Police. In spite of the fact that the Jewish police actively helped Germans in the persecution of Jews, including their transportation to concentration camps, many of its members shared the destiny with other victims of the Holocaust. But not all. Some of the former Jewish Ghetto Police members from Vilnius, Kaunas and Šiauliai have been arrested by NKVD in 1944 summer and convicted as German collaborationists. However, there are also known cases when former Jewish Ghetto Police servicemen managed to immigrate to Israel after the war, hide for many years and even receive welfare for the victims of Nazism.
During the last days of the Warsaw ghetto elimination, Germans arrested all policemen family members, and soon policemen themselves followed. Some of the former “polizei” took part in the Warsaw uprising. Also, there are known facts on Jewish police participation in resistance movements in Riga ghetto. In the Warsaw ghetto number of Jewish Ghetto Police personnel was 2,500; in Lodz up to 1200, in Lviv up to 500; in Vilnius up to 250, etc.)
The Jewish police in Westerbork concentration camp (Holland) has been distinguished by cruelty toward prisoners in collaborytion with Nazis; it consisted of Jews from Holland and other European countries.
Ordnungsdienst members were responsible for the guarding of punitive section and order in the concentration camp. In Westerbork, there were 20 Ordnungsdienst members in mid-1942, 182 of them in April 1943 and 67 in February 1944. Wearing “OD” badge has become mandatory with camp order No.27, April 23, 1943.”
I’d like to ask Holocaust worshipers – was Simon Wiesenthal interested in those people? Or maybe any of prosecutors in Nuremberg were?
Maybe to dwell in the past wasn’t so good idea. But an unfinished brute tries to rise and bite again…
Hitler’s grave mistake is evident now – he hadn’t attempted to equate bolshevism and Russian people. Just as many others, he believed that Russian people as a whole aren’t worse or better than anyone else, that they can be friends and partners when delivered from “unnatural” bolshevism. And paid for it.
Now the bolshevism is officially gone for 20 years already, but the Russian aggression raises its head once again. Against the entire world. For Ichkeria, they have physical elimination, for Georgia and Ukraine – militarist threats, for EU and U.S.A – gas, stolen from Siberian natives.
And because of all this, the New Great Crusade is becoming relevant now.
Against Russia. United worldwide.