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Чтв 03 Окт 2013 16:49:23
Суть хуеблядей
>>55727672
Красные щеки дорисуй.


Чтв 03 Окт 2013 16:50:29
>>55727672

Веришь-нет, всем похуй, тупая ты пизда.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 16:52:05
Ололо, бешенство матки в прямом эфире, сможете ли вы совладать с ней?

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 16:52:32
>>55727725
Все про меня, только я реали качкобог.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 16:56:04
>>55727836

Хм, вот смотри, ОП-пизда, я хорошо одеваюсь, моюсь каждый день, работаю в очень солидной конторе. Из интересов - политика, государственное регулирование в экономике, история Древнего Рима, люблю еще про различные гражданские войны в Африке почитать. Не качок-альфач, но выгляжу в принципе няшно. А тян у меня нет. В чем проблема?

P.S. Не видел ни одну тян, которой бы реально было интересно послушать про то, как принимали такой-то законопроект, про войны Луция Корнелия Суллы или же про период правления Бокассы в Центральноафриканской республике.


Чтв 03 Окт 2013 16:57:59
Господи. Мне кажется, что эти треды один и тот же безумный пиздолис плодит. За сегодня третий уже, не считая того, где один семен пытался вызвать бугурт по поводу размеров члена. Зеленый, а тебе самому вообще не надоело? Мог бы повайпать, но мне это так остоебенило, борюсь тут с ветряными мельницами, так что просто скрою.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 16:59:01
>>55727763
слева Алешенька?

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 16:59:47
>>55727784
>Не делает мозги

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:00:00
>>55728124
МОАР подобного
кун

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:00:04
>>55728039
А я вообще лидер группы.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:00:36
>>55728039
што покармил да??

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:00:38
>>55728039
В тебе нет стержня, а тянам похуй на историю Древнего Рима, ты же не диссертацию с ними защищать будешь.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:00:40
>>55728039
> Из интересов - политика, государственное регулирование в экономике, история Древнего Рима, люблю еще про различные гражданские войны в Африке почитать.
> В чем проблема?
В том, что ты унылая и скучная вонаби-илитка?
мимокун

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:00:44
>>55727836
Вся суть тней одной картинкой.

Берут что-то, созданное кунами, и переделывают наоборот.
И им так весело, они так гордятся креативом.

Анекдоты, притчи, картинки.
Все спиздили.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:00:58
>>55727808
Бешенство матки - а агнозирую хуйцы. Лал

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:01:12
>>55728201
Двачую, выебывается даже тут.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:01:35
>>55728149
Да. Посмотри Шапито шоу. Порвет.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:01:53
>>55728039
А как ты про это рассказываешь? Как 100 пердун-лектор в институте? Тогда ясно. Знал одного чувака, который из похода в туалет мог такую эпопею сделать, что все слушали с открытыми ртами.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:02:00
>>55727836
Поясни за меня. Я не общаюсь с тянами, потому что их разговоры очень скучны, они говорят все время о том когда бухать будут, о своем ебаре, и прочей примитивной хуете, так же я не общаюсь с тянами, потому что их просто нету в моем окружении, а если и есть, то это тни по работе, которые старше меня на 5-10 лет, они так же очень примитивны и скучны. В клубы я не хожу и не буду ходить, так как это не мое, я себя чувствую в клубах не комфортно. Как и где мне найти, и познакомиться с тян?

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:03:08
>>55728206
Да нет, могу петросянить, пилить кулстори.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:03:14
>>55728207
И их креатив ближе к реальности.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:03:28
А чем это у нас тут так пахнет?

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:03:38
>>55727672
Привет, зелёный мразь, опять из /dev выползла?

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:03:59
>>55728330
Пошел нахуй, хуеблядь.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:03:59
>>55728249
Сейчас гляну что там не порвет, но забавно увидать этого актера в, к примеру, Поколении П.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:04:01
>>55727672
Удваиваю.

Моар, сис.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:05:05
ЛЮБИМАЯ Я ПОДАРЮ ТЕБЕ ЭТУ ЗВЕЗДУ

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:05:19
>>55728346
Хуеблядь - твоя мама, дырка в мясе.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:05:30
>>55728039
>история Древнего Рима
Двачую братка, ещё с универа стала моим хобби.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:05:40
>>55728314
К какой? К параллельной?

Или тебе серьезно надо объяснять, почему обе картинки являются вином в ориджинале и унылым гавном в бабьей версии?

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:05:46
Вызываю тактическое сагаметание.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:05:59
>>55728346

Да, с картинкой

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:06:03
>>55727836
Почему во всех шлюшьих преимуществах написано что то про отивоположный пол?

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:07:03
>>55728464
Твоё уже перешло, лолка.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:07:04
>>55728441
Так у вас тоже.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:07:35
>>55728486
традиции /b/

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:08:05
O Aqistot]kgr (384 - 322 p.W.) ^tam aqwa_or 8kkgmar vik sovor jai pokuepist^lomar, lahgt^r tou Pk\tyma jai did\sjakor tou Lec\kou Aken\mdqou. Laf_ le to d\sjak tou Pk\tyma apoteke_ sglamtij^ loqv^ tgr vikosovij^r sj]xgr tou aqwa_ou j slou, jai g didasjak_a tou diapeqmo}se bah}tata tg dutij^ vikosovij^ jai epistglomij^ sj]xg l]wqi jai tgm Epistglomij^ Epam\stasg tou 17ou ai~ma. Up^qne vusiod_vgr, vik sovor, dgliouqc r tgr kocij^r jai o sglamtij teqor ap tour diakejtijo}r tgr aqwai tgtar.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:08:12
>>55728147
Все верно расписано встречался с анорексичкой-социофобкой два года

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:08:22
КОРОЛИ ВЕЛИЧЕСТВЕННО ВЪЕЗЖАЮТ В ГНИЛОЙ ТРЕД НА СТАЛЬНЫХ КОНЯХ, ЗАЛИВАЮТ ВИЖЖАЩИХ ФЕМИНИСТОК И НЕГОДУЮЩУЮ ТРОЛЛЕ-ШКОЛОТУ ПАТЕНТОВАНОЙ ПРОТИВООБРЫГАНСКОЙ СМЕСЬЮ ИЗ ГОЛУБИНОГО ГОВНА И ОЛИВКОВОГО МАСЛА, ДЕЛАЮТ КАЖДОМУ ТРОЛЛЯШНОМУ ОБСОСУ ИНЪЕКЦИЮ КОНСКОГО ВОЗБУДИТЕЛЯ И УДАЛЯЮТСЯ ПРОЧЬ ПОД ЧАВКАЮЩИЕ ЗВУКИ СНОШАЕМЫХ ДРУГ ДРУГОМ МАЛОЛЕТНИХ ОБМУДКОВ. СПУСТЯ НЕКОТОРОЕ ВРЕМЯ, ВСЕ УЧАСТНИКИ ОРГИИ УМИРАЮТ В СТРАШНЫХ МУЧЕНИЯХ ОТ АТИПИЧНОЙ ПНЕВМОНИИ СФИНКТОРА. ТРЕД ЗАКРЫТ.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:08:23
>>55727789
Три дня я гналась за вами, чтобы сказать, как вы мне безразличны!

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:08:34
O Aqistot]kgr cemm^hgje letan} Iouk_ou jai Dejelbq_ou tou ]tour 384 p.W. sta Aqwa_a St\ceiqa tgr Wakjidij^r (sgleqim^ omolas_a tgr peqiow^r Kiot pi, lis wiki letqo mot_yr tgr Okulpi\dar). O pat]qar tou Mij lawor ^tam ciatq r tou basiki\ tgr Lajedom_ar Al}mta C4, tom opo_o e_we pat]qa o V_kippor. O Mij lawor, pou jat\ to Sou_da e_we cq\xei ]ni bibk_a iatqij^r jai ]ma vusij^r, heyqo}se pq com tou tom olgqij ^qya jai ciatq Law\oma, to cio tou Asjkgpio}. P_steuam ti jai tgr lgt]qar tou g jatacyc^ ^tam hezj^. Omolaf tam Vaist_r, e_we ]qhei le Wakjide_r apo_jour sta St\ceiqa jai am^je sto c]mor tym Asjkgpiad~m.

O Aqistot]kgr pq yqa oqv\mexe ap pat]qa jai lgt]qa jai tgm jgdelom_a tou am]kabe o v_kor tou pat]qa tou Pq nemor, pou ^tam ecjatastgl]mor stom Ataqm]a tgr lijqasiatij^r Aiok_dar, ap]mamti ap tg K]sbo. O Pq nemor, pou vq mtise tom Aqistot]kg sam dij tou paid_, tom ]steike stgm Ah^ma se gkij_a 17 et~m (367 p.W.), cia ma c_mei lahgt^r tou Pk\tyma. Pq\clati o Aqistot]kgr spo}dase stgm Ajadgl_a tou Pk\tyma ep_ 20 wq mia (367 - 347), l]wqi tg wqomi\ dgk. pou p]hame o d\sjak r tou. Sto peqib\kkom tgr Ajadgl_ar \vgme jat\pkgjtour kour jai tom _dio to d\sjak tou, le tgm euvu@a jai tg vikopom_a tou. O Pk\tymar tom om lafe "moum tgr diatqib^r" jai to sp_ti tou "o_jom amacm~stou".

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:08:39
Ну что вы наделали, зачем вы пизде отвечали, нет что бы как умные люди игнорировать. Пизда есть пизда, это даже не человек ведь, что с ней разговаривать.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:08:56
<tam to 347 p.W. p]hame o Pk\tymar, pqo]juxe h]la diad wou stg die}humsg tgr swok^r. Epijqat]steqoi cia to an_yla ^tam oi tqeir jak}teqoi lahgt]r tou Pk\tyma, o Aqistot]kgr, o Nemojq\tgr jai o Spe}sippor. O Aqistot]kgr t te laf_ le tom Nemojq\tg ecjat]keixe tgm Ah^ma jai ecjatast\hgjam stgm 6sso, p kg tgr lijqasiatij^r paqak_ar, ap]mamti ap tg K]sbo. Tgm 6sso jubeqmo}sam t te d}o pkatymijo_ vik sovoi, o 8qastor jai o Joq_sjor, stour opo_our e_we waq_sei tgm p kg o gcel mar tou Ataqm]a jai paki r lahgt^r tou Pk\tyma jai tou Aqistot]kg, Eql_ar. Oi d}o v_koi, jubeqm^ter tgr 6sso, e_wam idq}sei eje_ lia vikosovij^ swok^, yr paq\qtgla tgr Ajadgl_ar.

Stgm 6sso o Aqistot]kgr d_dane tq_a wq mia jai laf_ le tour v_kour tou jat qhyse ,ti dem lp qese o Pk\tymar. Sumd]hgjam stem\ le tom Eql_a jai tom epgq]asam t so, ~ste g tuqamm_a tou ma jataste_ pqa teqg jai dijai teqg. To t]kor tou tuq\mmou lyr ^tam tqacij . Epeid^ pqo]bkepe tgm ejstqate_a tym Lajed mym stgm As_a, sull\wgse le to V_kippo. Ci&amp;#39; aut tom sum]kabam oi P]qser jai tom ham\tysam le laqtuqij stauqij h\mato.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:09:12
To 345 p.W. o Aqistot]kgr, ajokouh~mtar tg sulbouk^ tou lahgt^ tou He vqastou, p]qase ap]mamti stg K]sbo jai ecjatast\hgje stg Lutik^mg, pou ]leime jai d_dane l]wqi to 342 p.W. Sto letan} e_we pamtqeute_ tgm amixi\ jai het^ j qg tou Eql_a, tgm Puhi\da, ap tgm opo_a ap]jtgse j qg, pou p^qe to mola tgr lgt]qar tgr. Let\ to h\mato tgr pq~tgr tou suf}cou o Aqistot]kgr sumd]hgje aqc teqa stgm Ah^ma le tg Staceiq_tissa Eqpukk_da, ap tgm opo_a ap]jtgse ]ma cio, to Mij lawo. To 342 p.W. tom pqosj\kese o V_kippor stg Lajedom_a, cia ma amak\bei tg diapaidac~cgsg tou ciou tou Ak]namdqou, pou ^tam t te l kir 13 wqom~m. O Aqistot]kgr \qwise le pqohul_a to ]qco tgr acyc^r tou meaqo} diad wou. Vq mtise ma tou letad~sei to pamekk^mio pme}la jai wqgsilopo_gse yr paideutij qcamo ta olgqij\ ]pg. G ejpa_deusg tou Ak]namdqou cim tam \kkote stgm P]kka jai \kkote stg L_efa, lia jyl pokg tgr opo_ar ta eqe_pia ]veqe sto vyr g aqwaiokocij^ sjap\mgg bqisj tam stour pq poder tou boumo} p\my sto opo_o e_mai wtisl]mg g sgleqim^ M\ousa tgr Lajedom_ar. Eje_ to 341 p.W. pkgqovoq^hgje to h\mato tou Eql_a.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:09:16
>>55728411
Вообще, бро, такие-то интриги. Но ты почитай еще про Африку. Там что ни день, то один большой прикол.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:09:33
O Aqistot]kgr ]leime stg lajedomij^ auk^ ]ni wq mia. <tam o Ak]namdqor sum]tqixe tgm amt_stasg tym Hgba_ym jai apojat]stgse tgm gsuw_a stg m tia Ekk\da, o Aqistot]kgr p^ce stgm Ah^ma (335 p.W.) jai _dquse dij^ tou vikosovij^ swok^. Cia ma ecjatast^sei tg swok^ tou di\kene to Culm\sio, pou kec tam jai K}jeio, am\lesa sto Kujabgtt jai tom Ikis , jomt\ stgm p}kg tou Diow\qg.O w~qor tou Culmas_ou bq]hgje pq svata stir amasjav]r,cia tgm am]ceqsg tou m]ou Louse_ou Coukamdq^,p_sy ap to Bufamtim Louse_o Ahgm~m, stgm od Qgc_kkgr. O istoqij r aut r aqwaiokocij r w~qor diasjeu\fetai ]tsi ~ste ma c_mei episj]xilor. Eje_ up^qwe \ksor avieqyl]mo stom Ap kkyma jai tir Lo}ser. Le wq^lata pou tou ]dyse \vhoma o Ak]namdqor, o Aqistot]kgr ]wtise lecak pqepa oij^lata jai sto]r, pou omol\fomtam "peq_patoi". :syr ci&amp;#39; aut g swok^ tou omol\stgje Peqipatgtij^ jai oi lahgt]r tou peqipatgtijo_ vik sovoi.

G oqc\mysg tgr swok^r e_we c_mei jat\ ta pq tupa tgr Pkatymij^r Ajadgl_ar. Ta lah^lata cia tour pqowyqgl]mour lahgt]r c_momtam to pqy_ ("eyhim r peq_pator") jai cia tour aqw\qiour to ap ceula ("peq_ to deikim m", "deikim r peq_pator"). G pqyim^ didasjak_a ^tam jahaq\ vikosovij^ ("ajqoalatij^"). G apoceulatim^ "qgtoqij^" jai "enyteqij^".

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:09:52
G swok^ e_we lec\kg bibkioh^jg jai t so jak\ oqcamyl]mg, ~ste aqc teqa wqgs_leuse yr pq tupo cia tgm _dqusg tym bibkiohgj~m tgr Aken\mdqeiar jai tgr Peqc\lou. O Aqistot]kgr l\fexe w\qter jai qcama wq^sila cia tg didasjak_a tym vusij~m lahgl\tym. 8tsi s}mtola g swok^ ]cime peq_vglo j]mtqo epistglomij^r ]qeumar. Sta dejatq_a wq mia pou ]leime o Aqistot]kgr stgm Ah^ma dglio}qcgse to lecak}teqo l]qor tou ]qcou tou, pou pqojake_ to haulasl lar le tom cjo jai tgm poiotij^ tou an_a. Ciat_ e_mai \nio apoq_ar, p~r ]mar \mhqypor se t so k_co wqomij di\stgla sucj]mtqyse jai jat]cqaxe t ser pokk]r pkgqovoq_er.

To 323 p.W. le tgm e_dgsg tou ham\tou tou L. Aken\mdqou oi opado_ tou amtilajedomijo} j llator m lisam ti bq^jam tgm eujaiq_a ma ejdijgho}m tour Lajed mer sto pq sypo tou Aqistot]kg. To ieqate_o, le ejpq syp tou tom ieqov\mtg tgr Ekeus_miar D^lgtqar Euqul]domta, jai g swok^ tou Isojq\tg, le to Dgl viko, jatgc qgsam tom Aqistot]kg cia as]beia ("cqav^ asebe_ar"), epeid^ e_we idq}sei byl stom Eql_a, e_we cq\xei tom }lmo stgm Aqet^ jai to ep_cqalla stom amdqi\mta tou Eql_a, stour Dekvo}r. O Aqistot]kgr lyr, epeid^ jat\kabe ta pqaclatij\ j_mgtqa jai tir akghim]r pqoh]seir tym lgmut~m tou, ]vuce cia tg Wakj_da, pqoto} c_mei g d_jg tou (323 p.W.). Eje_ ]leime, sto sp_ti pou e_we ap tg lgt]qa tou, laf_ le tg de}teqg s}fuc tou tgm Eqpukk_da jai le ta d}o tou paidi\, to Mij lawo jai tgm Puhi\da.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:09:59
>>55727672
Ты порванная малолетка, которую бросил парень, с которым,как ты неверно предполагала, у тебя "отношения", или толстяк-тролл?
Если второе, иди нахуй, это уныло до ужаса. Если первое,сочувствую.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:10:03
>>55728487
Это все от того что картинку делала тупая блядь, которая не может написать характеристики одного пола, не приплетая противоположный.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:10:05
Discrimination against Jews began immediately after the Nazi seizure of power in Germany on January 30, 1933. The Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service, passed on April 7 of that year, excluded most Jews from the legal profession and the civil service. Similar legislation soon deprived Jewish members of other professions of the right to practise.[3] Violence and economic pressure were used by the regime to encourage Jews to voluntarily leave the country.[4] Jewish businesses were denied access to markets, forbidden to advertise in newspapers, and deprived of access to government contracts. Citizens were harassed and subjected to violent attacks and boycotts of their businesses.[5]
In September 1935 the Nuremberg Laws were enacted. These laws prohibited marriages between Jews and people of Germanic extraction, extramarital relations between Jews and Germans, and the employment of German women under the age of 45 as domestic servants in Jewish households.[6] The Reich Citizenship Law stated that only those of Germanic or related blood were defined as citizens. Thus Jews and other minority groups were stripped of their German citizenship.[7] By the start of World War II in 1939, around 250,000 of Germany&amp;#39;s 437,000 Jews emigrated to the United States, Palestine, Great Britain, and other countries.[8][9]
The ideology of Nazism brought together elements of antisemitism, racial hygiene, and eugenics, and combined them with pan-Germanism and territorial expansionism with the goal of obtaining more Lebensraum (living space) for the Germanic people.[10] Nazi Germany attempted to obtain this new territory by attacking Poland and the Soviet Union, intending to deport or kill the Jews and Slavs living there, who were viewed as being inferior to the Aryan master race.[11] After the invasion of Poland in September 1939, German dictator Adolf Hitler ordered that the Polish leadership and intelligentsia should be destroyed.[12] Approximately 65,000 civilians were killed by the end of 1939. In addition to leaders of Polish society, the Nazis killed Jews, prostitutes, Roma, and the mentally ill.[13][14] SS-Obergruppenf¬hrer (Senior Group Leader) Reinhard Heydrich, then head of the Gestapo, ordered on September 21 that Jews should be rounded up and concentrated into cities with good rail links. Initially the intention was to deport the Jews to points further east, or possibly to Madagascar.[15]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:10:09
O Aqistot]kgr apeb_yse letan} pq~tgr jai eijost^r deut]qar Ojtybq_ou tou ]tour 322 p.W. stg Wakj_da ap stolawij m sgla, l]sa se hk_xg jai lekacwok_a. To s~la tou letav]qhgje sta St\ceiqa, pou h\vtgje le enaiqetij]r til]r. Oi sulpok_ter tou tom amaj^qunam "oijist^" tgr p kgr jai ]wtisam byl p\my stom t\vo tou. Stg lm^lg tou jahi]qysam cioqt^, ta "Aqistot]keia", jai om lasam ]mam ap tour l^mer "Aqistot]keio". G pkate_a pou h\vtgje oq_stgje yr t por tym sumedq_ym tgr bouk^r.

Ve}comtar ap tgm Ah^ma, dieuhumt^ tgr swok^r \vgse to lahgt^ tou He vqasto, pou tom ]jqime yr tom pio jat\kkgko. 8tsi to pmeulatij _dqula tou Aqistot]kg enajoko}hgse ma ajtimoboke_ jai let\ to h\mato tou lec\kou dasj\kou.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:10:19
>>55727836
Хорошо сделали, вангую канонаду треснувших жоп.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:10:34
O Aqistot]kgr yr \mhqypor e_we pisto}r v_kour, akk\ jai vobeqo}r amt_pakour (T_laior, Eubouk_dgr j.\.), oi opo_oi j\poier voq]r tom paqous_afam yr vik\qcuqo, vik^domo, qadio}qco, lgwamoqq\vo, aj la yr oqcamyt^ dokovom_ar tou Aken\mdqou jkp.

Amt_heta, ap ani pister pgc]r laha_moule ti o Aqistot]kgr up^qne g ems\qjysg tou oqho} l]tqou s&amp;#39; ker tir ejdgk~seir tgr fy^r tou. Tgm ]lvutg euc]meia jai tquveq tgta tgr xuw^r tou tg bq_sjoule di\wutg l]sa stg diah^jg tou. L]sa s&amp;#39; aut^ vqomt_fei cia tg lm^lg tym com]ym jai tou adeqvo} tou jai de kgslome_ o}te tgm oijoc]meia tou patqijo} v_kou Pq nemou, pou tom am]hqexe. Vqomt_fei cia tg de}teqg cuma_ja tou tgm Eqpukk_da jai to cio pou ap]jtgse laf_ tgr, to Mij lawo. Aj la cia tgm j qg tou Puhi\da, jaqp tou pq~tou tou c\lou. G lec\kg tou lyr vikamhqyp_a va_metai sto sgle_o eje_mo tgr diah^jgr, pou oq_fei ma lgm poukghe_ jame_r ap tour do}kour pou tom upgq]tgsam, akk\ ma ekeuheq~momtai l kir emgkiji~momtai.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:10:40
O wiЙcim (Auschwitz), located in Regierungsbezirk Kattowitz, Province of Upper Silesia, was first suggested as a site for a concentration camp for Polish prisoners by SS-Oberf¬hrer Arpad Wigand, an aide to Higher SS and Police Leader for Silesia, Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski. Bach-Zelewski had been searching for a site to house prisoners in the Silesia region, as the local prisons were filled to capacity. Richard Gl¬cks, head of the Concentration Camps Inspectorate, sent former Sachsenhausen concentration camp commandant Walter Eisfeld to inspect the site, which already held sixteen dilapidated one-story buildings that had once served as an army barracks and a camp for transient workers.[16] Reichsf¬hrer-SS Heinrich Himmler, head of the Schutzstaffel (SS), approved the site in April 1940, intending to use the facility to house political prisoners. SS-Obersturmbannf¬hrer (lieutenant colonel) Rudolf H¦ss oversaw the development of the camp and served as the first commandant. SS-Obersturmf¬hrer (senior lieutenant) Josef Kramer was appointed H¦ss&amp;#39;s deputy. Auschwitz I, the original camp, became the administrative center for the whole complex.[17][18]
Local residents were evicted, including 1,200 people who lived in shacks around the barracks. Around 300 Jewish residents of O wiЙcim were brought in to lay foundations. From 1940 to 1941, 17,000 Polish and Jewish residents of the western districts of O wiЙcim were expelled from places adjacent to the camp. The Germans also ordered expulsions from the villages of Broszkowice, Babice, Brzezinka, Rajsko, Pтawy, HarmЙ,e, BЈr, and Budy.[19] German citizens were offered tax concessions and other benefits if they would relocate to the area.[20] By October 1943, over 6,000 Reich Germans had arrived.[21] The Nazis planned to build a model modern residential area for incoming Germans, including schools, playing fields, and other amenities. Some of the plans went forward, including the construction of several hundred apartments, but many of the plans were never fully implemented.[22] Basic amenities like water and sewage disposal were inadequate, and water-borne illnesses were commonplace.[23]
Main article: First mass transport to Auschwitz concentration camp
The first prisoners (30 German criminal prisoners from the Sachsenhausen camp) arrived in May 1940, intended to act as functionaries within the prison system. The first transport of 728 Polish prisoners, which included 20 Jews, arrived on June 14, 1940, from the prison in TarnЈw, Poland. They were interned in the former building of the Polish Tobacco Monopoly, adjacent to the site, until the camp was ready. The inmate population grew quickly as the camp absorbed Poland&amp;#39;s intelligentsia and dissidents, including the Polish underground resistance. By March 1941, 10,900 were imprisoned there, most of them Poles.[17] By the end of 1940, the SS had confiscated land in the surrounding area to create a "zone of interest" about 40 square kilometres (15 sq mi) in area surrounded by a double ring of electrified barbed wire fences and watchtowers.[24] Like other Nazi concentration camps, the gates to Auschwitz I displayed the motto Arbeit macht frei ("Work brings freedom").[25]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:10:57
>>55728647
Уже. Смотри - вайп

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:11:03
>>55728332
Тащемта, шариат. Многим телкам нравится.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:11:18
Construction on Auschwitz II-Birkenau began in October 1941 to ease congestion at the main camp. Himmler intended the camp to house 50,000 prisoners of war, who would be interned as forced laborers. Plans called for the expansion of the camp first to house 150,000 and eventually as many as 200,000 inmates.[26] An initial contingent of 10,000 Soviet soldiers arrived at Auschwitz I in October 1941, but by March 1942 only 945 were still alive, and these were transferred to Birkenau, where most of them died from disease or starvation by May.[27] By this time Hitler had decided that the Jews of Europe were to be exterminated, so Birkenau was repurposed as a combination labor camp / extermination camp.[27][28]
The first gas chamber at Birkenau was the "red house" (called Bunker 1 by SS staff), a brick cottage converted into a gassing facility by tearing out the inside and bricking up the walls. It was operational by March 1942. A second brick cottage, the "white house" or Bunker 2, was converted some weeks later.[29][30] These structures were in use for mass killings until early 1943.[31] Himmler visited the camp in person on July 17 and 18, 1942. He was given a demonstration of a mass killing using the gas chamber in Bunker 2 and toured the building site of the new IG Farben plant being constructed at the nearly town of Monowitz.[32]
In early 1943, the Nazis decided to increase greatly the gassing capacity of Birkenau. Crematorium II, originally designed as a mortuary, with morgues in the basement and ground-level incinerators, was converted into a killing factory by installing gas-tight doors, vents for the Zyklon B (a highly lethal cyanide-based pesticide) to be dropped into the chamber, and ventilation equipment to later remove the gas.[33] It went into operation in March. Crematorium III was built using the same design. Crematoria IV and V, designed from the start as gassing centers, were also constructed that spring. By June 1943, all four crematoria were operational. Most of the victims were killed using these four structures.[34]
The Gypsy camp
See also: Porajmos


Zigeunermischlinge (Gypsy half-breeds) used in an anthropological study by German psychologist Eva Justin. Housed in the Gypsy camp, all but two of Justin&amp;#39;s subjects were murdered when the camp was liquidated.[35]
On December 10, 1942, Himmler issued an order to send all Sinti and Roma (Gypsies) to concentration camps, including Auschwitz.[36] A separate camp for Roma was set up at Auschwitz II-Birkenau known as the Zigeunerfamilienlager (Gypsy Family Camp). The first transport of German Gypsies arrived on February 26, 1943, and was housed in Section B-IIe of Auschwitz II. Approximately 23,000 Gypsies had been brought to Auschwitz by 1944, 20,000 of whom died there.[37] One transport of 1,700 Polish Sinti and Roma was killed upon arrival, as they were suspected to be ill with spotted fever.[38]
Gypsy prisoners were used primarily for construction work.[38] Thousands died of typhus and noma due to overcrowding, poor sanitary conditions, and malnutrition.[37] Anywhere from 1,400 to 3,000 prisoners were transferred to other concentration camps before the murder of the remaining population.[a]
On August 2, 1944, the SS cleared the Gypsy camp. A witness in another part of the camp later told of the Gypsies unsuccessfully battling the SS with improvised weapons before being loaded into trucks. The surviving population of 2,897 was then killed en masse in the gas chambers.[40] The murder of the Romani people by the Nazis during World War II is known in the Romani language as the Porajmos (devouring).[41]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:11:22
>>55728418
>Не ну это же так просто кто не согласен со мной быдло
Всё ясно, петушок, можешь не продолжать.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:11:29
>>55728625
Она - никому не нужная и обиженная на весь мир жируха из /dev. При встрече не вдаваться в обсуждение, а сагать.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:11:46
O Aqistot]kgr dem ]deine emdiav]qom stg dglos_eusg tym ]qcym tou le apot]kesla ma lgm up\qwoum s^leqa diah]sila pokk\ ap aut\. Pot] de dglos_euse ta bibk_a tou, ejt r ap tour diak cour tou. G istoq_a tym pqyt tupym succqall\tym tou peqicq\vetai ap tom Stq\byma stgm "Ceycqav_a" tou jai ap tom Pko}taqwo sto bibk_o B_oi Paq\kkgkoi, S}kkar. Ta weiq cqava tym paqad seym tou Aqistot]kg ]leimam sta w]qia tou lahgt^ tou He vqastou. O He vqastor ta \vgse stom Mgk]a ap tg Sj^xg jai ap aut m ]leimam stour jkgqom lour tou. Oi ap como_ tour ta po}kgsam stom Apekkij~ma ap tgm Tg@a/T]y cia ]ma lec\ko pos . O S}kkar let\ tgm jat\kgxg tym Ahgm~m (86 p.W.) p^qe tg bibkioh^jg tou Apekkij~ma jai ta let]veqe stg Q~lg. Eje_ pqytodglosie}tgjam (60 p.W.) ap tom :yma vik koco Tuqamm_yma ap tgm Alus jai stg sum]weia ap tom peqipatgtij vik sovo Amdq mijo to Q dio.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:12:00
Oi Akenamdqimo_ upok cifam ti o Aqistot]kgr ]cqaxe 400 peq_pou sumokij\ bibk_a. O Dioc]mgr o Ka]qtior upok cise to ]qco tou se st_wour jai bq^je ti ]vtamam tir 44 luqi\der, dgk. 440.000. Lec\ko l]qor ap to ]qco tou aut w\hgje. Am^je stgm jatgcoq_a tym dgl siym ^ "enyteqij~m" lahgl\tym jai ^tam cqall]ma se loqv^ diakocij^. Ap aut\ s~hgje l mo g "Ahgma_ym Pokite_a", s&amp;#39; ]mam p\puqo pou bq]hgje stgm A_cupto. Ta syf lema s^leqa ]qca tou amtistoiwo}m stg didasjak_a pou o Aqistot]kgr ]jame stour pqowyqgl]mour lahgt]r tou jai pou k]comtai "ajqoalatij]r ^ esyteqij]r". Ci&amp;#39; aut jai e_mai cqall]ma se sumew^ k co jai wi se di\koco. Aqjet\ ap ta bibk_a tou ]woum uposte_ epelb\seir jai epeneqcas_er jai cemij\ g jat\stas^ tour dem e_mai jak^. Ap to teq\stio ]qco tou tekij\ s~hgjam 47 bibk_a jai leqij\ aposp\slata ap ta \kka. De heyqo}mtai lyr ka cm^sia. G sumgh]steqg jat\tan^ tour e_mai g aj kouhg:

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:12:05
Auschwitz III
Main article: Monowitz concentration camp


Detailed map of Buna Werke, Monowitz, and nearby subcamps
After examining several sites for a new plant to manufacture buna, a type of synthetic rubber essential to the war effort, chemicals manufacturer IG Farben chose a site near the towns of Dwory and Monowice (Monowitz in German), about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) east of Auschwitz I and 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) east of the town of O wiЙcim.[42] Financial support in the form of tax exemptions was available to corporations prepared to develop industries in the frontier regions under the Eastern Fiscal Assistance Law, passed in December 1940. In addition to its proximity to the concentration camp, which could be used as a source of cheap labor, the site had good railway connections and access to raw materials.[43] In February 1941 Himmler ordered the Jewish population of O wiЙcim should be expelled to make way for skilled laborers that would be brought in to work at the plant. All Poles able to work were to remain in the town and were forced to work building the factory.[44] Himmler visited in person in March and decreed an immediate expansion of the parent camp to house 30,000 persons. Development of the camp at Birkenau began about six months later.[45] Construction of IG Auschwitz began in April, with an initial force of 1,000 workers from Auschwitz I assigned to work on the construction. This number increased to 7,000 in 1943 and 11,000 in 1944.[46] Over the course of its history, about 35,000 inmates in total worked at the plant; 25,000 died as a result of malnutrition, disease, and the physically impossible workload.[47] In addition to the concentration camp inmates, who comprised a third of the work force, IG Auschwitz employed slave laborers from all over Europe.[48]
Initially the laborers would walk the seven kilometers from Auschwitz I to the plant each day, but as this meant they had to rise at 3:00 am, many arrived exhausted and unable to work. The camp at Monowitz (also called Monowitz-Buna or Auschwitz III) was constructed and began housing inmates on October 30, 1942, the first concentration camp to be financed and built by private industry.[49] In January 1943 the ArbeitsausbildungLager (labor education camp) was moved from the parent camp to Monowitz. These prisoners were also forced to work on the building site.[49] The SS charged IG Farben three Reichsmarks per hour for unskilled workers, four for skilled workers.[50] Although the camp administrators expected the prisoners to work at 75 per cent of the capacity of a free worker, the inmates were only able to perform 20 to 50 per cent as well.[49] Site managers constantly threatened inmates with transportation to Birkenau for death in the gas chambers as a way to try to increase productivity.[51] Deaths and transfers to the gas chambers at Birkenau reduced the prisoner population of Monowitz by nearly a fifth each month; numbers were made up with new arrivals.[52] Life expectancy of inmates at Monowitz averaged about three months.[51] Though the factory was initially expected to begin production in 1943, shortages of labor and raw materials meant start-up had to be repeatedly postponed.[48] The plant was almost ready to commence production when it was overrun by Soviet troops in 1945.[53]
Subcamps
Further information: List of subcamps of Auschwitz
Various other German industrial enterprises, such as Krupp and Siemens-Schuckert, built factories with their own subcamps.[50] There were 45 such satellite camps, 28 of which served corporations involved in the armanents industry. Prisoner populations ranged from several dozen to several thousand.[54] Subcamps were built at Blechhammer, Jawiszowice, Jaworzno, Lagisze, Mysтowice, Trzebinia, and other centers as far afield as the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.[55][56][57] Satellite camps were designated as Aussenlager (external camp), Nebenlager (extension or subcamp), or Arbeitslager (labor camp).[58] Industries with satellite camps included coal mines, foundries and other metal works, chemical plants, and other industries. Prisoners were also made to work in forestry and farming.[55]
Evacuation, death marches, and liberation


Young survivors at the camp, liberated by the Red Army in January 1945
In November 1944, with the Soviet Red Army approaching through Poland, Himmler ordered gassing operations to cease across the Reich. Crematoria II, III, and IV were dismantled, while Crematorium I was transformed into an air raid shelter. The Sonderkommando were ordered to remove other evidence of the killings, including the mass graves.[59] The SS destroyed written records, and in the final week before the camp&amp;#39;s liberation, burned or detonated many of its buildings.[60]
Himmler ordered the evacuation of all camps in January 1945, charging camp commanders with "making sure that not a single prisoner from the concentration camps falls alive into the hands of the enemy."[61] On January 17, 58,000 Auschwitz detainees were evacuated under guard, largely on foot; thousands of them died in the subsequent death march west.[62] Approximately 20,000 Auschwitz prisoners made it to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany, where they were liberated by the British in April 1945.[63]
Those too weak or sick to walkaround 7,500 prisonerswere left behind. 600 of these died or were murdered before the 322nd Rifle Division of the Red Army liberated the camp on January 27. Among the items found by the Russians were 370,000 men&amp;#39;s suits, 837,000 women&amp;#39;s garments, and 7.7 tonnes (8.5 short tons) of human hair.[64]
The camp&amp;#39;s liberation received little press attention at the time. Rees attributes this to three factors: the previous discovery of similar crimes at Majdanek concentration camp, competing news from the Allied summit at Yalta, and the Soviet Union&amp;#39;s interest, for propaganda purposes, in minimizing attention to Jewish suffering.[65]
After the war

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:12:30
>>55728039
Пфф! Да кому твой луций карнелий уперся. Лучше б письку вылизал - вот то место, где языком нужно.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:12:31
After liberation, parts of Auschwitz I served first as a hospital for liberated prisoners.[66] Soviet and Polish investigators worked in the initial months to document the war crimes of the SS.[67] In the two years that followed, the Soviets dismantled and exported the IG Farben factories, and the Birkenau barracks were looted by Polish civilians.[66][68] Area residents sifted the mass graves and ashes for gold.[69] Until 1947, some of the facilities were used as a prison camp of the Soviet NKVD.[70]
After the site became a museum in 1947, exhumation work lasted for more than a decade.[71] Antoni Dobrowolski, the oldest known survivor of Auschwitz, died aged 108 on October 21, 2012, in DЙbno, Poland.[72]


Gallows in Auschwitz I where Rudolf H¦ss was executed on April 16, 1947
Camp commandant Rudolf H¦ss was pursued by the British Intelligence Corps, who arrested him at a farm near Flensburg, Germany, on March 11, 1946. H¦ss confessed to his role in the mass killings at Auschwitz in his memoirs and in his trial in Warsaw, Poland. He was hanged at the camp on April 16, 1947.[73][74]
Around 15 per cent of Auschwitz&amp;#39;s 6,500 staff were eventually convicted of war crimes. Poland was more active than other nations in investigating war crimes, prosecuting 673 of the total 789 Auschwitz staff ever brought to trial.[75] On November 25, 1947, the Auschwitz Trial began in KrakЈw, when Poland&amp;#39;s Supreme National Tribunal brought to court 40 former Auschwitz staff. The trial&amp;#39;s defendants included commandant Arthur Liebehenschel, women&amp;#39;s camp leader Maria Mandel, and camp leader Hans Aumeier. The trials ended on December 22, 1947, with 23 death sentences, 7 life sentences, and 9 prison sentences ranging from three to fifteen years. Hans M¬nch, an SS doctor who had several former prisoners testify on his behalf, was the only person to be acquitted.[73]
Other former staff were hanged for war crimes in the Dachau Trials and the Belsen Trial, including camp leaders Josef Kramer, Franz H¦ssler, and Vinzenz Sch¦ttl; doctor Friedrich Entress; and guards Irma Grese and Elisabeth Volkenrath.[76] The Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials, held in Germany from December 20, 1963 to August 20, 1965, convicted 17 of 22 defendants, giving them prison sentences ranging from life to three years and three months.[77] The owner and the chief executive officer of the firm Tesch &amp; Stabenow, one of the suppliers of Zyklon B, were executed for knowingly supplying the chemical for use on humans.[78]
Command and control

Main article: SS command of Auschwitz concentration camp
Around 6,500 to 7,000 SS personnel in total were posted to Auschwitz during the war. Of these, 4 per cent were officers and 26 per cent were non-commissioned officers, while the remainder were rank-and-file members.[81] Approximately three in four SS personnel worked in security. Others worked in the medical or political departments, in the camp headquarters, or in the economic administration, which was responsible for the property of dead prisoners.[81] SS personnel at the camp included 200 women, who worked as guards, nurses, or messengers.[82] The overall command authority for the entire camp was Department D (the Concentration Camps Inspectorate) of the SS-Wirtschafts-Verwaltungshauptamt (SS Economics Main Office; SS-WVHA).[83]


Rudolf H¦ss (19001947), the first commandant of Auschwitz
Auschwitz was considered a comfortable posting by many SS members, due to many amenities and the abundance of slave labor.[84][85] Of the various prisoner groups, SS officers preferred Jehovah&amp;#39;s Witnesses for household slaves because of their nonviolent behavior.[86] H¦ss lived with his wife and children in a villa just outside the camp grounds. Other SS personnel were also initially allowed to bring fiancees, wives, and children to live at the camp, but when the SS camp grew more crowded, H¦ss restricted further arrivals. Facilities for the SS personnel and their families included a library, swimming pool, coffee house, and a theater that hosted regular performances.[82]
One prisoner in each work detail or prisoner block usually an Aryan was appointed as a Kapo ("head" or "overseer"). The Kapos received better rations and lodging and wielded tremendous power over other prisoners, whom they often abused.[87][88] Very few Kapos were prosecuted after the war, however, due to the difficulty in determining which Kapo atrocities had been performed under SS orders and which had been individual actions.[89]
About 120 SS personnel were assigned to the gas chambers and lived on site at the crematoria.[90] Several SS personnel oversaw the killings at each gas chamber, while the bulk of the work was done by the mostly Jewish prisoners known as Sonderkommando (special squad).[91][92] Sonderkommando responsibilities included guiding victims to the gas chambers and removing, looting, and cremating the corpses.[93]
The Sonderkommado were housed separately from other prisoners, in somewhat better conditions. Their quality of life was further improved by access to the goods taken from murdered prisoners, which Sonderkommando were sometimes able to steal for themselves and to trade on Auschwitz&amp;#39;s black market.[69] The Sonderkommando numbered around 860 prisoners at any given time, peaking at 1,000 men when the Hungarian Jews were killed in 1944.[94][95] Many Sonderkommando committed suicide due to the horrors of their work; those who did not generally were shot by the SS in a matter of weeks, and new Sonderkommando units were then formed from incoming transports. Almost none of the 2,000 prisoners placed in these units survived to the camp&amp;#39;s liberation.[96]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:12:45
>>55728748
Двачую.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:12:45
>>55728265
Как хочешь их ищи, как хочешь знакомся, не хочешь не ищи, не хочешь не знакомся.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:12:45
>>55728222
>Бешенство матки - а агнозирую хуйцы
Ты очень сильно расстроил этим фактом Королей, Шлюха. Но ничего, Короли, они ведь всепрощающие, и примут в своё лоно любого, лишь бы он сильно любил Металл. Не беда что ты не вышла лицом, что ты очень зависишь от чужого мнения иначе зачем тебе указывать что ты фэн throbbing gristle, если ты их не слушаешь? Тебе нужно усвоить одну вещь врагов металла много, но все они ничтожны, когда воины металла вместе. Сила металла в том, что мы Воины Металла не поддаёмся влиянию извне, нам насрать на то, кто что скажет о нас, мы пережёвываем по сотому разу одни и те же сопли и гордимся этим, и день ото дня становимся всё сильнее. Запомни это, и если ты всё ещё готов к битве за металл смелее в бой! Отомсти этому /mu/ за оскорбления, за взлом твоих уютненьких аккаунтов, за этот позор! Ты знаешь что делать! Короли твои союзники в этой войне!

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:12:51
>>55728684
Да, детка. Давай отсагаем эту шлюху в два смычка.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:13:16
Apoteko}m pqaclate_er wq^siler cia tg cm~sg jai e_mai oi en^r ]ni:

"Peq_ Eqlgme_ar"
"Jatgcoq_ai"
"Amakutij\ Pq teqa"[1]
"Amakutij\ >steqa"
"Topijo_ jai Sovistijo_ 8kecwoi"

Oi pqaclate_er aut]r apoteko}m tgm ai~mia d na tou vikos vou, ciat_ pq~tor aut r diat}pyse tour m lour tgr amhq~pimgr m gsgr jai tour tq pour tou sukkocislo}.
Vusij\

Peqikalb\moum tir en^r pqaclate_er:

"Vusij^ ajq asg" (bibk_a 8)
"Peq_ ouqamo}" (bibk_a 4)
"Peq_ cem]seyr jai vhoq\r" (bibk_a 3)
"Leteyqokocij\" (bibk_a 4)
"Peq_ j slou" (xeudep_cqavo)

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:13:17
Selection and extermination process


Hungarian Jews on the Judenrampe (Jewish ramp) after disembarking from the transport trains. To be sent rechts! to the right meant the person had been chosen as a laborer; links! to the left meant death in the gas chambers. Photo from the Auschwitz Album (May 1944)

Hungarian Jews not selected as laborers would be murdered in the gas chambers almost immediately after arrival.[112] Photo from the Auschwitz Album (May 1944)


A Deutsche Reichsbahn "G¬terwagen" (goods wagon), one type of rail car used for deportations
On July 31, 1941, Hermann G¦ring gave written authorization to Heydrich, Chief of the Reich Main Security Office (RSHA), to prepare and submit a plan for Die Endl¦sung der Judenfrage (the Final Solution of the Jewish question) in territories under German control and to coordinate the participation of all involved government organizations.[113] The resulting Generalplan Ost (General Plan for the East) called for deporting the population of occupied Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union to Siberia, for use as slave labour or to be murdered.[114] In addition to eliminating Jews, the Nazis also planned to reduce the population of the conquered territories by 30 million people through starvation in an action called the Hunger Plan. Food supplies would be diverted to the German army and German civilians. Cities would be razed and the land allowed to return to forest or resettled by German colonists.[115]
Somewhere around the time of the failed offensive against Moscow in December 1941, Hitler resolved that the Jews of Europe were to be exterminated immediately.[116] Plans for the total eradication of the Jewish population of Europeeleven million peoplewere formalized at the Wannsee Conference on January 20, 1942. Some would be worked to death and the rest would be killed.[117] Initially the victims were killed with gas vans or by Einsatzgruppen firing squads, but these methods proved impracticable for an operation of this scale.[118] By 1941, killing centers at Auschwitz, Sobibor, Treblinka, and other Nazi extermination camps replaced Einsatzgruppen as the primary method of mass killing.[119]
The first mass exterminations at Auschwitz took place in early September 1941, when 900 inmates were killed by gathering them in the basement of Block 11 and gassing them with Zyklon B.[120] This building proved unsuitable for mass gassings, so the site of the killings was moved to the crematorium at Auschwitz I (Crematorium I, which operated until July 1942). There, over 700 victims could be killed at once.[121] In order to keep the victims calm, they were told they were to undergo disinfection and de-lousing. They were ordered to undress outside and then were locked in the building and gassed.[122] After its decommissioning as a gas chamber, the building was converted to a storage facility and later served as an air raid shelter for the SS.[123] The gas chamber and crematorium were reconstructed after the war using the original components, which remained on site. Some 60,000 people were killed at Crematorium I.[124][125]
Mass exterminations were moved to two provisional gas chambers (Bunkers 1 and 2), where the killings continued while the larger Crematoria II, III, IV, and V were under construction. Bunker 2 was temporarily reactivated from May to November 1944, when large numbers of Hungarian Jews were exterminated.[121] In summer 1944 the capacity of the crematoria and outdoor incineration pits was 20,000 bodies per day.[126] A planned sixth facility Crematorium VI was never built.[127]
Prisoners were transported from all over German-occupied Europe by rail, arriving in daily convoys.[128] By July 1942, the SS were conducting "selections". Incoming Jews were segregated: those deemed able to work were sent to the right and admitted into the camp, and those deemed unfit for labor were sent to the left and immediately gassed.[129] The group selected to die, about three-quarters of the total,[c] included almost all children, women with small children, all the elderly, and all those who appeared on brief and superficial inspection by an SS doctor not to be completely fit.[131] After the selection process was complete, those too ill or too young to walk to the crematoria were transported there on trucks or killed on the spot with a bullet to the head.[132][133] The belongings of the arrivals were seized by the SS and sorted in an area of the camp called "Canada", so called because Canada was seen as a land of plenty. Many of the SS at the camp enriched themselves by pilfering the confiscated property.[134]


Destroyed gas chamber at Auschwitz
SS officers told the victims they were to take a shower and undergo delousing. The victims would undress in an outer chamber and walk into the gas chamber, which was disguised as a shower facility. Some were even issued soap and a towel.[135] The Zyklon B was delivered by ambulance to the crematoria by a special SS bureau known as the Hygienic Institute.[136] The actual delivery of the gas to the victims was always handled by the SS, on the order of the supervising SS doctor.[137][138] After the doors were shut, SS men would dump in the Zyklon B pellets pellets through vents in the roof or holes in the side of the chamber. The victims were dead within 20 minutes.[137] Despite the thick concrete walls, screaming and moaning from within could be heard outside. In one failed attempt to muffle the noise, two motorcycle engines were revved up to full throttle nearby, but the sound of yelling could still be heard over the engines.[139]
Sonderkommando wearing gas masks then dragged the bodies from the chamber. The victims&amp;#39; glasses, artificial limbs, jewelry, and hair were removed, and any dental work was extracted so the gold could be melted down.[140] The corpses were burned in the nearby incinerators, and the ashes were buried, thrown in the river, or used as fertilizer.[140]
The gas chambers worked to their fullest capacity from AprilJuly 1944, during the massacre of Hungary&amp;#39;s Jews. Hungary was an ally of Germany during the war, but it had resisted turning over its Jews until Germany invaded that March.[141] A rail spur leading directly into Birkenau was completed that May to deliver the victims closer to the gas chambers.[142] From 14 May until early July 1944, 437,000 Hungarian Jews, half of the pre-war population, were deported to Auschwitz, at a rate of 12,000 a day for a considerable part of that period.[143] The incoming volume was so great that the SS resorted to burning corpses in open-air pits as well as in the crematoria.[144] The last selection took place on October 30, 1944.[126]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:13:23
>>55728593
>Вообще, бро, такие-то интриги. Но ты почитай еще про Африку. Там что ни день, то один большой прикол.
Что именно посоветуешь?

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:13:36

"Peq_ f~ym istoq_ar" (bibk_a 10)
"Peq_ f~ym loq_ym" (bibk_a 4)
"Peq_ f~ym poqe_ar" (1 bibk_o)
"Peq_ f~ym jim^seyr"
"Peq_ f~ym cem]seyr" (bibk_a 5)
"Peq_ vut~m" (xeudep_cqavo)

Le ta ]qca tou aut\ ]cime o dgliouqc r tgr vusij^r epist^lgr, tgr fyokoc_ar jai tgr sucjqitij^r amatol_ar. Le tir pqaclate_er aut]r ]stqexe o Aqistot]kgr tg vikosovij^ suf^tgsg sto c milo ]davor tou aishgto} j slou.
Peq_ xuwokoc_ar

"Peq_ xuw^r" (bibk_a 3)
"Peq_ aish^seyr jai aishgt~m"
"Peq_ lm^lgr jai amalm^seyr"
"Peq_ }pmou jai ecqgcoq^seyr"
"Peq_ emupm_ym"
"Peq_ lamtij^r tgr em toir }pmoir"
"Peq_ lajqobi tgtor jai bqawubi tgtor"
"Peq_ fy^r jai ham\tou"
"Peq_ amapmo^r"
"Peq_ pme}lator" (xeudep_cqavo)

Ejt r ap to pq~to, ta up koipa tgr ol\dar aut^r e_mai cmyst\ le to joim mola "Lijq\ vusij\".

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:13:52
Ap to Let\ ta vusij\ ^ pq~tg vikosov_a, pyr to apojako}se o Aqistot]kgr pqo^khe o qor "letavusij^" tym me teqym wq mym. Sta 12 bibk_a pou ajokouho}m ta Vusij\ pqosh]toum sum^hyr jai tg diatqib^ "Peq_ Lek_ssou, Nemov\mour jai Coqc_ou" (piham~r xeudep_cqavo). Stgm ol\da aut^ tym ]qcym tou o Aqistot]kgr enet\fei tir pq~ter aqw]r kym tym mtym jai tym "jimoul]mym" jai tym "ajim^tym".
Ghij\

"Ghij\ Eud^leia" (bibk_a 7)[2]
"Ghij\ lec\ka" (bibk_a 2)
"Ghij\ Mijol\weia" (bibk_a 10)

Aut\ idia_teqa ta t_lgsam oi heok coi.
Pokitij\

"Pokitij\" (bibk_a 9)
"Ahgma_ym Pokite_a"
"Oijomolij\" (bibk_a 2)

Apoteko}m, jai s^leqa aj la, tg b\sg tym eqeum~m cia sour aswoko}mtai le tir pokitij]r epist^ler.
Tewmij\

"Qgtoqij^" (bibk_a 3)
"Poigtij^" (bibk_o 1, le piham^ }paqng jai de}teqou bibk_ou pou dem dias~hgje)

Pqobk^lata

Peqi]woum pqobk^lata ap di\voqer peqiow]r tgr cm~sgr.

Sto s~la tym aqistotekij~m ]qcym ]woum sulpeqikgvhe_ jai ta aj kouha aj la ]qca, pou de heyqo}mtai cm^sia: Vusiocmylij\, Peq_ haulas_ym ajousl\tym, Peq_ wqyl\tym, Peq_ at lym cqall~m, Lgwamij\, Qgtoqij^ eir Ak]namdqom jai Peq_ ajoust~m.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:14:13
Ejt r ap tg cm~lg tou tg swetij^ le tir "id]er" tou Pk\tyma o Aqistot]kgr upostgq_fei jai \kker aqw]r. Dem apojqo}ei tgm gdom^, akk\ pqotil\ tgm pio t]keia, aut^ dgk. pou pgc\fei ap tg di\moia. O sjop r tym amhq~pimym emeqcei~m, jat\ tom Aqistot]kg, e_mai g eudailom_a, tgm opo_a oq_fei yr em]qceia s}lvymg le tgm aqet^. G aqet^, tam juqiaqwe_ sta p\hg jai stir oql]r, ta quhl_fei, pa_fomtar to q ko tou l]tqou am\lesa stir d}o ajq tgter, dgk. stgm upeqbok^ jai tgm ]kkeixg. 8tsi p.w. g "pqa tgr" e_mai aqet^ yr les tgta tgr oqc^r jai tgr amaishgs_ar, g "amdqe_a", epeid^ bq_sjetai am\lesa stg hqas}tgta jai stg deik_a, jai g "aid~r", epeid^ jat]wei to l]so tgr adiamtqopi\r jai tgr jat\pkgngr, pou e_mai ajq tgter. Sulpk^qyla tgr aqet^r e_mai jai ta acah\ tou s~lator (d}malg, uce_a, oloqvi\) jai ta acah\ tgr t}wgr (pko}tor, eucemij^ jatacyc^ jkp.). S}lvyma l&amp;#39; aut\, eutuwisl]mor e_mai eje_mor pou emeqce_ jat\ tir epitac]r tgr aqet^r jai sucwq myr ]wei leq_dio jai sta \kka acah\, ta "ejt r acah\", pyr ta omol\fei.

O Aqistot]kgr takamte}etai am\lesa stom ideakisl jai tom ukisl . J\he pq\cla, jat&amp;#39; aut m, apoteke_tai ap }kg jai pme}la, pou e_mai letan} tour adi\spasta emyl]ma. G }kg e_mai pahgtij^, e_mai g dumat tgta tou pq\clator, em~ to pme}la emeqcgtij , dgk. g d}malg pou letab\kkei tg dumat tgta se pqaclatij tgta.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:14:30
>>55728768
Selection and extermination process


Hungarian Jews on the Judenrampe (Jewish ramp) after disembarking from the transport trains. To be sent rechts! to the right meant the person had been chosen as a laborer; links! to the left meant death in the gas chambers. Photo from the Auschwitz Album (May 1944)

Hungarian Jews not selected as laborers would be murdered in the gas chambers almost immediately after arrival.[112] Photo from the Auschwitz Album (May 1944)


A Deutsche Reichsbahn "G¬terwagen" (goods wagon), one type of rail car used for deportations
On July 31, 1941, Hermann G¦ring gave written authorization to Heydrich, Chief of the Reich Main Security Office (RSHA), to prepare and submit a plan for Die Endl¦sung der Judenfrage (the Final Solution of the Jewish question) in territories under German control and to coordinate the participation of all involved government organizations.[113] The resulting Generalplan Ost (General Plan for the East) called for deporting the population of occupied Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union to Siberia, for use as slave labour or to be murdered.[114] In addition to eliminating Jews, the Nazis also planned to reduce the population of the conquered territories by 30 million people through starvation in an action called the Hunger Plan. Food supplies would be diverted to the German army and German civilians. Cities would be razed and the land allowed to return to forest or resettled by German colonists.[115]
Somewhere around the time of the failed offensive against Moscow in December 1941, Hitler resolved that the Jews of Europe were to be exterminated immediately.[116] Plans for the total eradication of the Jewish population of Europeeleven million peoplewere formalized at the Wannsee Conference on January 20, 1942. Some would be worked to death and the rest would be killed.[117] Initially the victims were killed with gas vans or by Einsatzgruppen firing squads, but these methods proved impracticable for an operation of this scale.[118] By 1941, killing centers at Auschwitz, Sobibor, Treblinka, and other Nazi extermination camps replaced Einsatzgruppen as the primary method of mass killing.[119]
The first mass exterminations at Auschwitz took place in early September 1941, when 900 inmates were killed by gathering them in the basement of Block 11 and gassing them with Zyklon B.[120] This building proved unsuitable for mass gassings, so the site of the killings was moved to the crematorium at Auschwitz I (Crematorium I, which operated until July 1942). There, over 700 victims could be killed at once.[121] In order to keep the victims calm, they were told they were to undergo disinfection and de-lousing. They were ordered to undress outside and then were locked in the building and gassed.[122] After its decommissioning as a gas chamber, the building was converted to a storage facility and later served as an air raid shelter for the SS.[123] The gas chamber and crematorium were reconstructed after the war using the original components, which remained on site. Some 60,000 people were killed at Crematorium I.[124][125]
Mass exterminations were moved to two provisional gas chambers (Bunkers 1 and 2), where the killings continued while the larger Crematoria II, III, IV, and V were under construction. Bunker 2 was temporarily reactivated from May to November 1944, when large numbers of Hungarian Jews were exterminated.[121] In summer 1944 the capacity of the crematoria and outdoor incineration pits was 20,000 bodies per day.[126] A planned sixth facility Crematorium VI was never built.[127]
Prisoners were transported from all over German-occupied Europe by rail, arriving in daily convoys.[128] By July 1942, the SS were conducting "selections". Incoming Jews were segregated: those deemed able to work were sent to the right and admitted into the camp, and those deemed unfit for labor were sent to the left and immediately gassed.[129] The group selected to die, about three-quarters of the total,[c] included almost all children, women with small children, all the elderly, and all those who appeared on brief and superficial inspection by an SS doctor not to be completely fit.[131] After the selection process was complete, those too ill or too young to walk to the crematoria were transported there on trucks or killed on the spot with a bullet to the head.[132][133] The belongings of the arrivals were seized by the SS and sorted in an area of the camp called "Canada", so called because Canada was seen as a land of plenty. Many of the SS at the camp enriched themselves by pilfering the confiscated property.[134]


Destroyed gas chamber at Auschwitz
SS officers told the victims they were to take a shower and undergo delousing. The victims would undress in an outer chamber and walk into the gas chamber, which was disguised as a shower facility. Some were even issued soap and a towel.[135] The Zyklon B was delivered by ambulance to the crematoria by a special SS bureau known as the Hygienic Institute.[136] The actual delivery of the gas to the victims was always handled by the SS, on the order of the supervising SS doctor.[137][138] After the doors were shut, SS men would dump in the Zyklon B pellets pellets through vents in the roof or holes in the side of the chamber. The victims were dead within 20 minutes.[137] Despite the thick concrete walls, screaming and moaning from within could be heard outside. In one failed attempt to muffle the noise, two motorcycle engines were revved up to full throttle nearby, but the sound of yelling could still be heard over the engines.[139]
Sonderkommando wearing gas masks then dragged the bodies from the chamber. The victims&amp;#39; glasses, artificial limbs, jewelry, and hair were removed, and any dental work was extracted so the gold could be melted down.[140] The corpses were burned in the nearby incinerators, and the ashes were buried, thrown in the river, or used as fertilizer.[140]
The gas chambers worked to their fullest capacity from AprilJuly 1944, during the massacre of Hungary&amp;#39;s Jews. Hungary was an ally of Germany during the war, but it had resisted turning over its Jews until Germany invaded that March.[141] A rail spur leading directly into Birkenau was completed that May to deliver the victims closer to the gas chambers.[142] From 14 May until early July 1944, 437,000 Hungarian Jews, half of the pre-war population, were deported to Auschwitz, at a rate of 12,000 a day for a considerable part of that period.[143] The incoming volume was so great that the SS resorted to burning corpses in open-air pits as well as in the crematoria.[144] The last selection took place on October 30, 1944.[126]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:14:30
O j slor, jat\ tom Aqistot]kg, e_mai emia_or jai ai~mior, em~ g oijoul]mg ]wei sw^la sva_qar le j]mtqo tg Cg. Le to ma d]wetai tgm jatacyc^ tym cm~seym ap tir aish^seir, pkgsi\fei pok} tom ukisl . T]kor le tgm tupij^ kocij^ bk]pei tgm amtijeilemij^ pqaclatij tgta "statij\" jai wi l]sa stgm a]mag letabok^ jai j_mgs^ tgr. O Aqistot]kgr ^tam o vik sovor pou diet}pyse tgm heyq_a tgr }paqngr tou p]lptou stoiwe_ou tgr v}sgr. Sucjejqil]ma oi 8kkgmer vik sovoi ap tgm Iym_a heyqo}sam oti stgm v}sg up\qwoum t]sseqa stoiwe_a ^ ous_er. C^, }dyq, p}q jai a^q. O Aqistot]kgr pq shese stgm tetq\da tom aih]qa o opo_or ha apotek]sei tgm p]lptg ous_a tgm pelptous_a. To stoiwe_o aut paqousi\fei j\poier idiaiteq tgter, e_mai ac]mmgto, ac^qato, \vhaqto, azdio, amaun]r jai amakko_yto. Epipk]om emtop_fetai stom "\my t po" pou jatoije_ g He tgta.

Swetij\ le tgm epikoc^ pqojeil]mym[3]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:14:33
>>55727909
Успешнота в треде. обоссаный петух всем похуй, это лишь говорит о твоём уровне развития как у гориллы.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:14:53
Idia_teqg sglas_a ]wei g epikoc^ pqojeil]mym \lesym (autap deijtym), cmyqilot]qym tou sulpeq\slator jai ousiyd~m aiti~m tou. Am p\qoule tir ]mmoier pkam^tgr, ouq\mio s~la pou vyt_fei staheq\ (lg st_kbom) jai jomtim (ecc}r) ouq\mio s~la ha lpoqo}sale ma vti\noule tour 2 paqaj\ty sukkocislo}r:
[S1] Ta lg st_kbomta ouq\mia s~lata e_mai ecc}r ouq\mia s~lata
Oi pkam^ter e_mai lg st_kbomta ouq\mia s~lata
Oi pkam^ter e_mai ecc}r ouq\mia s~lata
[S2] Ta ecc}r ouq\mia s~lata e_mai lg st_kbomta ouq\mia s~lata
Oi pkam^ter e_mai ecc}r ouq\mia s~lata
Oi pkam^ter e_mai lg st_kbomta ouq\mia s~lata
O S1 e_mai sukkocisl r tou ti (tou cecom tor), em~ o S2 e_mai sukkocisl r tou di ti (tou aitiokocgl]mou cecom tor). Dgkad^ g pqoje_lemg [Ta ecc}r ouq\mia s~lata e_mai lg st_kbomta ouq\mia s~latak e_mai oqh teqg ap tgm pqoje_lemg [Ta lg st_kbomta ouq\mia s~lata e_mai ecc}r ouq\mia s~latak, jah som epeid^ e_mai ecc}r dem st_kboum, jai wi epeid^ dem st_kboum e_mai ecc}r.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:14:56
Пиздец бомбит у школоты. И это двачи? Говно какое-то, пидоры, блядь.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:14:56
>>55728768
Medical experiments
Main article: Nazi human experimentation


The cadaver of Berlin dairy merchant Menachem Taffel. He was deported to Auschwitz in March 1943 along with his wife and child, who were gassed upon arrival. He was chosen to be an anatomical specimen. He was shipped to Natzweiler-Struthof and murdered in the gas chamber in August 1943.
German doctors performed a wide variety of experiments on prisoners at Auschwitz. SS doctors tested the efficacy of X-rays as a sterilization device by administering large doses to female prisoners. Prof. Dr. Carl Clauberg injected chemicals into women&amp;#39;s uteruses in an effort to glue them shut. Bayer, then a subsidiary of IG Farben, bought prisoners to use as research subjects for testing new drugs.[145] Prisoners were also deliberately infected with spotted fever for vaccination research and exposed to toxic substances to study the effects.[146]
The most infamous doctor at Auschwitz was Josef Mengele, known as the "Angel of Death". Particularly interested in research on identical twins, Mengele performed cruel experiments on them, such as inducing diseases in one twin and killing the other when the first died to perform comparative autopsies. He also took a special interest in dwarfs, and he deliberately induced noma in twins, dwarfs, and other prisoners to study the effects.[147]
Kurt Heissmeyer took twenty Jewish children from Auschwitz to use in pseudoscientific medical experiments at the Neuengamme concentration camp.[d] In April 1945, the children were killed by hanging to conceal the project.[148]
A skeleton collection was obtained from among a pool of 115 Jewish Auschwitz inmates, chosen for their perceived stereotypical racial characteristics.[e] Rudolf Brandt and Wolfram Sievers, general manager of the Ahnenerbe (a Nazi research institute), were responsible for delivering the skeletons to the collection of the Anatomy Institute at the Reich University of Strasbourg in the Alsace region of Occupied France. The collection was sanctioned by Himmler and under the direction of August Hirt. Ultimately 87 of the inmates were shipped to Natzweiler-Struthof and killed in August 1943. Brandt and Sievers were later convicted in the Doctors&amp;#39; Trial in Nuremberg.[150]
Death toll


Hungarian Jewish children and an elderly woman on the way to the gas chambers of Auschwitz-Birkenau (1944). Many of the very young and very old were murdered immediately upon arrival and were never registered.[151]
The exact number of victims at Auschwitz is difficult to fix with certainty, as many prisoners were never registered and much evidence was destroyed by the SS in the final days of the war.[151] As early as 1942, Himmler visited the camp and ordered that "all mass graves were to be opened and the corpses burned. In addition the ashes were to be disposed of in such a way that it would be impossible at some future time to calculate the number of corpses burned."[152]
Shortly following the camp&amp;#39;s liberation, the Soviet government stated that four million people had been killed on the site, a figure now regarded as greatly exaggerated.[153] While under interrogation, H¦ss said that Adolf Eichmann told him that two and a half million Jews had been killed in gas chambers and about half a million had died of other causes.[154] Later he wrote, "I regard two and a half million far too high. Even Auschwitz had limits to its destructive possibilities".[155] Raul Hilberg&amp;#39;s 1961 work The Destruction of the European Jews estimated the number killed at a maximum of 1,000,000 Jewish victims,[156] and Gerald Reitlinger&amp;#39;s 1968 book The Final Solution estimated the number killed at 800,000 to 900,000.[157]
In 1983, French scholar George Wellers was one of the first to use German data on deportations to estimate the number killed at Auschwitz, arriving at a figure of 1,471,595 dead, including 1.35 million Jews and 86,675 Poles.[158] A larger study started by Franciszek Piper used timetables of train arrivals combined with deportation records to calculate at least 960,000 Jewish deaths and at least 1.1 million total deaths,[159] a figure adopted as official by the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in the 1990s.[160] Piper also stated that a figure of as many as 1.5 total million deaths was possible.[160]
By nation, the greatest number of Auschwitz&amp;#39;s Jewish victims were from Hungary, accounting for 438,000 deaths, followed by Polish Jews (300,000 deaths), French (69,000), Dutch (60,000), and Greek (55,000).[161] Fewer than one per cent of Soviet Jews murdered in the Holocaust were killed in Auschwitz, as German forces had already been driven from Russia when the killing at Auschwitz reached its peak in 1944.[162] Approximately 1 in 6 Jews killed in the Holocaust died at the camp.[2]
The next largest group of victims were non-Jewish Poles, who accounted for 70,000 to 75,000 deaths. 21,000 Roma and Sinti were killed, along with 15,000 Soviet POWs and 10,000 to 15,000 peoples of other nations.[161] Around 400 Jehovah&amp;#39;s Witnesses were imprisoned at Auschwitz, at least 152 of whom died.[163]
Escapes, resistance, and the Allies&amp;#39; knowledge of the camps

Main article: Resistance movement in Auschwitz


Surreptitious photo taken by a member of the Sonderkommando of undressed women on their way to the gas chamber
Inmates were at times able to distribute information from the camp via messages and shortwave radio transmissions. The Polish government-in-exile in London first reported the gassing of prisoners on July 21, 1942.[164] However, these reports were for a long time discarded as exaggerated or unreliable by the Allied Powers, Germany&amp;#39;s opponents.[165]
Main article: Witold&amp;#39;s Report


"The Mass Extermination of Jews in German Occupied Poland", a paper issued by the Republic of Poland addressed to the League of Nations, 1942
Information regarding Auschwitz was also available to the Allies during the years 194043 by the accurate and frequent reports of Polish Home Army (Armia Krajowa) Captain Witold Pilecki. Pilecki was the only known person to volunteer to be imprisoned at Auschwitz concentration camp, spending 945 days there. He gathered evidence of genocide and organized resistance structures known as Zwiµzek Organizacji Wojskowej (ZOW) at the camp.[166] His first report was smuggled to the outside world in November 1940, through an inmate who was released from the camp.[167] He eventually escaped on April 27, 1943, but his personal report of mass killings was dismissed as exaggeration by the Allies, as were his previous ones.[165]
In 1943, the Kampfgruppe Auschwitz (Combat Group Auschwitz) was organized with the aim of sending out information about what was happening.[168] Sonderkommandos buried notes in the ground, hoping they would be found by the camp&amp;#39;s liberators.[169] The group also took and smuggled out photographs of corpses and preparations for mass killings in mid-1944.[170]
Main article: VrbaWetzler report
Main article: George Mantello
The attitude of the Allies changed with receipt of the detailed, 32-page VrbaWetzler report, compiled by two Jewish prisoners, Rudolf Vrba and Alfr™d Wetzler, who escaped on April 7, 1944. This report finally convinced Allied leaders that mass killings were taking place in Auschwitz.[171]
Details from the Vrba-Wetzler report were released to the Swiss press and printed on June 6 by The New York Times.[172]
Main article: Auschwitz bombing debate
Starting with a plea from the Slovakian rabbi Chaim Michael Dov Weissmandl in May 1944, there was a growing campaign by Jewish organizations to persuade the Allies to bomb Auschwitz or the railway lines leading to it.[173] At one point British Prime Minister Winston Churchill ordered that such a plan be prepared, but he was told that precision bombing the camp to free the prisoners or disrupt the railway was not technically feasible.[174]
In 1978, historian David S. Wyman published an essay titled "Why Auschwitz Was Never Bombed", arguing that the US Air Force had the capability to attack Auschwitz and should have done so; books by Bernard Wasserstein and Martin Gilbert raised similar questions about British inaction.[175] Since the 1990s, other historians have argued that Allied bombing accuracy was not sufficient for Wyman&amp;#39;s proposed attack, and that counterfactual history is an inherently problematic endeavor.[176] The controversy over this decision has lasted to the present day in both countries.[175]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:15:08
Swetij\ le tgm epistglomij^ en^cgsg [4]
Sglamtij q ko stgm epistglomij^ en^cgsg cecom tym jat\ tom Aqistot]kg ]wei g acw_moia (eustqov_a) ^ eustow_a stgm amaj\kuxg tou l]sou qou se \sjepto wq mo (ajaqia_a), p.w. bk]pomtar ti g sek^mg ]wei sumew~r stqall]mg tgm _dia vyteim^ pkeuq\ tgr pqor tom ^kio, jai b\sei tou ti o ^kior vyt_fei), apod_dei tg vyteim tgta tgr sek^mgr sto vyr tou ^kiou.
Tupij^ diat}pysg:
Pqoje_lemer
Am ]ma s~la ]wei stqall]mg lia pkeuq\ tou se lia vyteim^ pgc^ (se ]ma amtij]ilemo pou vyt_fei) t te vyt_fetai dameif lemg to vyr tgr vyteim^r pgc^r
G sek^mg ]wei sumew~r stqall]mg tgm _dia pkeuq\ tgr A stom ^kio
O ^kior e_mai vyteim^ pgc^
Sulp]qasla
G pkeuq\ A tgr sek^mgr vyt_fetai dameif lemg to vyr tou ^kiou

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:15:26
>>55728768
Individual escape attempts
At least 802 prisoners attempted to escape from the Auschwitz camps, mostly Polish or Soviet prisoners fleeing from work sites outside the camp.[177] 144 were successful. The fates of 331 of the escapees are unknown.[178] A common punishment for escape attempts was death by starvation; the families of successful escapees were sometimes arrested and interned in Auschwitz and prominently displayed to deter others. If someone did manage to escape, the SS would pick ten people at random from the prisoner&amp;#39;s block and starve them to death.[179]
One daring escape from Auschwitz was staged by Ukrainian Eugeniusz Bendera and three Poles, Kazimierz Piechowski, Stanisтaw Gustaw Jaster, and JЈzef Lempart, on June 20, 1942.[180] After breaking into a warehouse, the four dressed as members of the SS-Totenkopfverb”nde (the SS units responsible for concentration camps), armed themselves, and stole an SS staff car, which they then drove unchallenged through the main gate.[181]
On June 24, 1944, a Belgian Jewish woman, Mala Zimetbaum, escaped with her Polish boyfriend, Edek Galinski, also in stolen SS uniforms. They were later recaptured, tortured, and executed by the SS.[182]
Birkenau revolt


Ruins of Crematorium IV, blown up in the revolt
The Sonderkommando units were aware that as witnesses to the killings, they themselves would eventually be killed to hide Nazi crimes.[183] Though they knew that it would mean their deaths, the Sonderkommando of Birkenau Kommando III staged an uprising on October 7, 1944, following an announcement that some of them would be selected to be "transferred to another camp"a common Nazi ruse for the murder of prisoners.[183][184] The Sonderkommando attacked the SS guards with stones, axes, and makeshift hand grenades.[184][185] As the SS set up machine guns to attack the prisoners in Crematorium IV, the Sonderkommando in Crematorium II also revolted, some of them managing to escape the compound.[184][185] The rebellion was suppressed by nightfall.[170]
Ultimately, three SS guards were killedone of whom was burned alive by the prisoners in the oven of Crematorium IIand 250 Sonderkommando were killed. Hundreds of prisoners escaped, but were all soon captured and executed, along with an additional group who participated in the revolt.[185] Crematorium IV was destroyed in the fighting, and a group of prisoners in the gas chamber of Crematorium V was spared in the chaos.[170][185]
Legacy


Remains of prisoner barracks at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Stoves and chimneys are all that remain of many of the buildings.


Interior of the crematorium of Auschwitz I
In the decades since its liberation, Auschwitz has become a primary symbol of the Holocaust. Historian Timothy D. Snyder attributes this to the camp&amp;#39;s high death toll as well as its "unusual combination of an industrial camp complex and a killing facility", which left behind far more witnesses than single-purpose killing facilities such as Cheтmno or Treblinka.[186] The United Nations General Assembly has designated January 27, the date of the camp&amp;#39;s liberation, as International Holocaust Remembrance Day.[187] In a speech on the fiftieth anniversary of the liberation, German chancellor Helmut Kohl described Auschwitz as the "darkest and most horrific chapter of German history".[188]
Notable memoirists of the camp include Primo Levi, Elie Wiesel, and Tadeusz Borowski.[2] In If This Is a Man, Levi wrote that the concentration camps represented the epitome of the totalitarian system:
[N]ever has there existed a state that was really "totalitarian." ... Never has some form of reaction, a corrective of the total tyranny, been lacking, not even in the Third Reich or Stalin&amp;#39;s Soviet Union: in both cases, public opinion, the magistrature, the foreign press, the churches, the feeling for justice and humanity that ten or twenty years of tyranny were not enough to eradicate, have to a greater or lesser extent acted as a brake. Only in the Lager [camp] was the restraint from below non-existent, and the power of these small satraps absolute.[189]
Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl drew on his imprisonment at Auschwitz in composing Man&amp;#39;s Search for Meaning (1946), one of the most widely read works about the camp.[190] An existentialist work, the book argues that individuals can find purpose even among great suffering, and that this sense of purpose sustains them.[191] Wiesel wrote about his own imprisonment at Auschwitz in Night (1960) and other works, and became a prominent spokesman against ethnic violence. In 1986, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.[192]
Camp survivor Simone Veil was later elected President of the European Parliament, serving from 197982.[193] Two Auschwitz victimsMaximilian Kolbe, a priest who volunteered to die by starvation in place of a stranger, and Edith Stein, a Jewish convert to Catholicismwere later named saints of the Roman Catholic Church.[194]
Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum


Arbeit macht frei sign, Auschwitz I
Main article: Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
On July 2, 1947, the Polish government passed a law establishing a state memorial to the victims of Nazism on the site of the camp.[71] In 1955, an exhibition opened displaying prisoner mug shots; hair, suitcases, and shoes taken from murdered prisoners; canisters of Zyklon B pellets; and other objects related to the killings.[195] UNESCO added the camp to its list of World Heritage Sites in 1979.[196] In 2011, the museum drew 1,400,000 visitors.[197]
Pope John Paul II performed mass over train tracks leading to the camp on June 7, 1979. In the decades following his visit, controversies erupted over a group of Carmelite nuns founding a convent on the site and erecting a large cross originally used in the pope&amp;#39;s mass. Protesters objected to what they saw as Christianization of the site, while others argued that the cross&amp;#39;s presence effectively recognized the camp&amp;#39;s Catholic victims.[198]
The 5-metre (16 ft), 41-kilogram (90 lb) wrought-iron "Arbeit macht frei" sign over the entrance to Auschwitz I was stolen on December 18, 2009. Authorities temporarily replaced the stolen sign with a replica.[199] Police found the sign, cut into three parts, in northern Poland two days later.[200] Aftonbladet reported that the sign had been stolen by Polish thieves on behalf of a Swedish right-wing extremist group hoping to use proceeds from the proposed sale of the sign to a collector of Nazi memorabilia, to finance a series of terror attacks aimed at influencing voters in upcoming Swedish parliamentary elections.[201][202] Three men pled guilty to the theft, but arrest warrants had to be issued when they failed to return from compassionate leave.[203]
On September 4, 2003, three Israeli Air Force F-15 Eagles performed a fly-over of Auschwitz-Birkenau during a ceremony at the camp below. The flight was led by Major-General Amir Eshel, the son of Holocaust survivors.[204]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:15:31
>>55728862
O Pk\tymar (427 p.W.347 p.W.) ^tam aqwa_or 8kkgmar vik sovor ap tgm Ah^ma, o pio cmyst r lahgt^r tou Syjq\tg jai d\sjakor tou Aqistot]kg. To ]qco tou le tg loqv^ vikosovij~m diak cym ]wei syhe_ ok jkgqo (tou apod_domtai aj la jai leqij\ m ha ]qca)g \sjgse teq\stia epiqqo^ stgm aqwa_a ekkgmij^ vikosov_a jai cemij teqa stg dutij^ vikosovij^ paq\dosg l]wqi tir gl]qer lar. J}qior oijod lor tgr vikosov_ar, odgcgt^r e_te pqo\ccekor letacemest]qym pqob\se~m tgr, elpmeust^r \lesa ^ ]llesa tym spoudai teqym joimymijopokitij~m oqalatisl~m.[1] O Pk\tym, letan} \kkym, ]cqaxe tgm Apokoc_a tou Syjq\tour,[2]a4[] g opo_a heyqe_tai yr lia swetij\ ajqib^r jatacqav^ tgr apokoc_ar tou Syjq\tg stg d_jg pou tom jatad_jase se h\mato, to Sulp sio pou lik\ cia tg v}sg tou ]qyta,[3] tom [Pqytac qak pou letan} \kkym heleki~metai heyqgtij\ g aqw^ tgr [pq kgxgrk pou dem kalb\mei tgm poim^ yr apok}tyr [amtapodotij^k 324b, [4] tom Paqlem_dg jai tom Hea_tgto, pou heleki~mei tgm amtijeilemij tgta tou k cou jai tgr id]ar, em~ se d}o lajqo}r diak cour, tgm Pokite_a jai tour M lour peqi]cqaxe tgm idamij^ pokite_a.b4[]

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:15:50
Pkgqovoq_er cia tg fy^ tou Pk\tymor amtko}le juq_yr ap aqwa_er biocqav_er. Sglamtij teqer heyqo}mtai eje_mer tou Apouk^iou (De platone et eius dogmate, 2or ai. l.W.), tou Dioc]mg Ka]qtiou (B_oi ja cmlai tm m vikosov_ edojilgs\mtym)[5] jai tou Okulpi dyqou (B_or Pk\tymor, 6or ai. l.W.). <pyr paqad_detai ap tg biocqavij^ paq\dosg, cemm^hgje to 427 p.W. stgm Ah^ma ^, jat\ tom Dioc]mg, stgm A_cima[6]. Katac tam ap e}poqg aqistojqatij^ ahgmazj^ oijoc]meia. Pat]qar tou ^tam o Aq_stym, ap to c]mor tou basiki\ J dqou, jai lgt]qa tou g Peqijti mg, g opo_a ^tam adeqv^ tou Waql_dg, em r ap tour Tqi\jomta tuq\mmour, jai amixi\ tou Jqit_a, ep_sgr l]kor tym Tqi\jomta, le jatacyc^ ap to c]mor tou moloh]tg S kymor. Ad]qvia tou ^tam oi Ade_lamtor jai Cka}jym. To pq~to tou mola ^tam Aqistojk^r, akk\ aqc teqa omol\stgje Pk\tym epeid^ e_we euq} st]qmo jai pkat} l]typo. <tam o pat]qar tou p]hame, g Peqijti mg pamtqe}tgje to he_o tgr, Puq_kalpg, o opo_or sumde tam vikij\ le tom Peqijk^[7]. O Pk\tym cm~qise tom Syjq\tg se gkij_a 20 et~m jai ]leime jomt\ tou l]wqi tom h\mato tou lec\kou dasj\kou (399 p.W.).

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:16:02
>>55728801

Да хоть википедию. Вбиваешь в гугл например "Объединенный революционный форнт Сьерра-Леоне гражданская война" и охуеваешь.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:16:13
>>55727672
Дырки не нужны.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:16:20
Let\ tg ham\tysg tou Syjq\tg paq]leime stgm Ah^ma cia peq_pou tq_a wq mia jai jat pim jat]vuce sta L]caqa, jomt\ stom sullahgt^ tou Eujke_dg jai \kkour syjqatijo}r. >steqa c}qise stgm Ah^ma, pou cia 10 wq mia aswok^hgje le tg succqav^ vikosovij~m ]qcym, ta opo_a v]qoum tg svqac_da tgr syjqatij^r vikosov_ar. Stg sum]weia eij\fetai pyr tan_dexe stgm A_cupto jai stgm Juq^mg, pou swet_stgje le tom lahglatij He dyqo, yst so ta stoiwe_a pou diah]toule cia to tan_di aut heyqo}mtai episvak^[8]. Amtih]tyr, bebai tgta up\qwei cia ta tan_dia tou stg Sijek_a jai stgm J\ty Itak_a. Stom T\qamta 387 p.W.cm~qise tour puhac qeiour, ap tg vikosovij^ sj]xg tym opo_ym epgqe\stgje apovasistij\. Stgm auk^ tou basiki\ tym Suqajous~m Diomus_ou tou pqesb}teqou cm~qise tom basikij cumaij\dekvo D_yma[9], le tom opo_om sumd]hgje vikij\. G vik_a lyr aut^ pqoj\kese tir upox_er tou Diomus_ou cia sumylos_a, ci&amp;#39; aut ]diyne tom Pk\tyma ap tg Sijek_a. Stgm A_cima odgc^hgje pqor p~kgsg se sjkabop\faqo pou o Juqgma_or v_kor tou Amm_jeqir[10] enac qase tgm ekeuheq_a tou[11].

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:16:36
Epistq]vomtar stgm Ah^ma _dquse tg vikosovij^ swok^ tou, tgm Ajadgl_a (peq. 387 p.W.). To 367 p.W o Diom}sior B&amp;#39; o me teqor diad]wtgje tom Diom}sio A&amp;#39; stgm enous_a. Le pqotqop^ tou D_yma, o Diom}sior pqosj\kese tom Pk\tyma yr s}lbouk tou jai eje_mor apod]wtgje tgm pq sjkgsg le tgm ekp_da pyr ha ev\qlofe ta pokitij\ tou ide~dg. Tan_dexe stir Suqajo}ser to 366 p.W. yst so s}mtola ep^khe q^ng le tour \kkour sulbo}kour tou basiki\. O D_ym enoq_stgje jai o Pk\tymar paq]leime stgm auk^ tou Diom}siou yr vikonemo}lemor jai aiwl\kytor l]wqi to 365. Cia tq_tg voq\ ^qhe stgm auk^ tym Suqajous~m to 362 p.W., let\ tg sulvik_ysg tou D_yma le tom Diom}sio, yst so m]er pqostqib]r letan} tour od^cgsam tom Pk\tyma stgm ap vasg ma ecjatake_xei tir Suqajo}ser to 361[12]. Ep]stqexe stgm Ah^ma pou l]wqi to h\mat tou aswok^hgje le tg didasjak_a jai le tg succqav^ vikosovij~m ]qcym. L]wqi tom 1o ai~ma p.W, [Me teqg peq_odor] up tg die}humsg tou Amt_owou tou Asjakym_tg g Ajadgl_a apoteko}se to j]mtqo tgr pkatymij^r vikosov_ar. Stir aqwa_er biocqavij]r pgc]r diajq_momtai eteq jkgter jq_seir cia to waqajt^qa tou Pk\tyma, jah~r se oqisl]mer paqousi\fetai yr sov r jai he_or (hezj r)[13] em~ \kker tom peqicq\voum yr upeq ptg jai fgk vhomo upgq]tg tym tuq\mmym, pou swed_ase esvakl]ma tgm eij ma tou Syjq\tg jai tym sovist~m[14].

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:17:07
To succqavij ]qco tou Pk\tyma e_mai aqwij\ lm^lg jai v^lg, enidamijeutij^, tou b_ou jai tou ham\tou jai tou ^hour tou Syjq\tg, akk\ jai am\ptung, eul]hodg jai pok}ptuwg tgr didasjak_ar tou, pist^ yr j\poio bahl sto pme}la tou. Ta ]qca tou Pk\tyma (36) ejt r ap tgm Apokoc_a jai tir Epistok]r e_mai cqall]ma se loqv^ diak cou. Yr jemtqij pq sypo stour diak cour, ejt r ap ]mam, tour M lour, paqousi\fetai o Syjq\tgr, aj lg jai tam se j\poiom di\koco sam ma paqaleq_fetai se h]sg ajqoat^. Se jam]ma di\koco dem elvam_fetai o _dior o Pk\tym. Oi sufgt^seir omol\fomtai le to mola istoqij\ upaqjt~m pqos~pym jai l mo se tqeir diak cour tgr tekeuta_ar peqi dou: stom Sovist^, stom Pokitij jai stour M lour elvam_fetai yr j}qior sufgtgt^r d_wyr lme_a om lator o [Eke\tgr N]mork stom pq~to, o [N]mork sto de}teqo, o [Ahgma_or N]mork stom tq_to. Stom Pk\tyma apod_domtai jai 13 epistok]r, g cmgsi tgta tym opo_ym cemij\ alvisbgte_tai, ejt r ap tgm F&amp;#39; Epistok^ [15][16] pou peqicq\vei o Pk\tymar tg dqastgqi tgt\ tou stg Sijek_a.[17] Jai stg succqav^ o vik sovor lil^hgje tg didasjak_a tou Syjq\tg, o opo_or d_dasje diakocij\. Oi di\koco_ tou epicq\vomtai sum^hyr le to mola j\poiou ap ta diakec lema pq sypa, p.w. T_laior, Coqc_ar, Pqytac qar j.kp. 8ni l mo di\kocoi, to Sulp siom, g Pokite_a, o Sovist^r, o Pokitij r, oi M loi jai g Epimol_r titkovoqo}mtai ap to peqiew lem tour. Stour pakai teqour diak cour diatgqe_ tgm eij ma tou pqaclatijo} Syjq\tg, em~ stour me teqour, pyr eij\foum oi vik kocoi, j\ty ap to pq sypo tou d\sjakou jq}betai o _dior o lahgt^r.

Stom Pk\tyma apod_domtai peq_ ta tqi\mta epicq\llata tgr Pakatim^r Amhokoc_ar, pokk\ ap ta opo_a alvisbgto}lema. Cecom r p\mtyr e_mai ti o vik sovor sta mi\ta tou ]cqaxe aqjet\ poi^lata, ta opo_a lyr ]jaxe tam cm~qise tom Syjq\tg jai en qise tour poigt]r ap tgm Pokite_a tou.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:17:22
Akenamdqimo_ k cioi jai swokiast]r ]bakam pq~toi to f^tgla tgr wqomij^r seiq\r tym pkatymij~m diak cym, lyr d_wyr amtijeilemij\ jqit^qia. Jat\ tgm Amac]mmgsg ^tam g de}teqg voq\ pou et]hg p\kim to pq bkgla tgr wqomij^r seiq\r tym diak cym, jai t te lyr, d_wyr apot]kesla, ciat_ o}te le jqit^qia o}te le l]hodo ]cime.[18]

Up\qwei g dumat tgta, leqijo_ di\kocoi ma wqomokocgho}m ap kuta, dgkad^ ^ ma topohetgho}m se oqisl]mo wqomij sgle_o ^ le b\sg ]mam terminum post quem ma peqioqisho}m l]sa se di\stgla aqjet\ stem cia to wq mo tgr succqav^r tour.

8tsi, ka ta ]qca pou pqo{poh]toum to h\mato tou didasj\kou ]woum cqave_ }steqa ap to ]tor 399 p.W. E_mai piham m, ti pq~tg jat\ seiq\m s4 aut\ ta ]qca ]qwetai g [Apokoc_ak jai }steqa ajokouho}m ta \kka [Jq_tymk[19] jai [Euh}vqymk[20] cia tgm eus]beia. Ep_sgr e_mai b]baio ti o [Va_dymk e_mai to tekeuta_o ]qco tgr seiq\r aut^r, ciat_ ed~ pia ]woule jahaq^ tg heyq_a tgr id]ar.

Чтв 03 Окт 2013 17:17:40
Sonderkommando members did not participate directly in killing; that responsibility was reserved for the guards, while the Sonderkommandos&amp;#39; primary responsibility was disposing of the corpses. They were forced into the position; in most cases they were inducted immediately upon arrival at the camp, and were not given any advance notice of the tasks they would have to perform. They had no way to refuse or resign other than by committing suicide. Because the Germans needed the Sonderkommandos to remain physically able, they were granted much less squalid living conditions than other inmates: they slept in their own barracks, which more than any other in the camp resembled normal human dwellings; they were allowed to keep and use various goods such as food, medicines and cigarettes brought by those who were sent to the gas chambers; and, unlike ordinary inmates, they were not subject to arbitrary, random killing by guards. As a result, Sonderkommando members tended to survive longer than other inmates of the death camps but few survived the war.
Because of their intimate knowledge of the process of Nazi mass murder, the Sonderkommando were considered Geheimnistr”ger bearers of secrets and as such, they were kept in isolation from other camp inmates, except, of course, for those about to enter the gas chambers. Since the Nazis did not want Sonderkommandos&amp;#39; knowledge to reach the outside world, they followed a policy of regularly gassing almost all the Sonderkommando and replacing them with new arrivals at intervals of approximately 4 months; the first task of the new Sonderkommandos would be to dispose of their predecessors&amp;#39; corpses. Therefore since the inception of the Sonderkommando through to the liquidation of the camp there existed approximately 14 generations of Sonderkommando.[1]


Henryk Mandelbaum and an interpreter talk on the ruins of crematoria at Auschwitz II. He was a member of the Auschwitz II Sonderkommandos at the time of the revolt by the 12th generation of Sonderkommandos. He told of how his unit, who did not revolt, were punished by having every third member of the group executed as a lesson.
There was a revolt by Sonderkommandos at Auschwitz in which one of the crematoria was partly destroyed. For months, young Jewish women, like Ester Wajcblum, Ala Gertner, and Regina Safirsztain, had been smuggling small amounts of gunpowder from the Weichsel-Union-Metallwerke, a munitions factory within the Auschwitz complex, to men and women in the camp&amp;#39;s resistance movement, like Roza Robota, a young Jewish woman who worked in the clothing detail at Birkenau. Under constant guard, the women in the factory took small amounts of the gunpowder, wrapped it in bits of cloth or paper, hid it on their bodies, and then passed it along the smuggling chain. Once she received the gunpowder, Robota passed it to her co-conspirators in the Sonderkommando. Using this gunpowder, the leaders of the Sonderkommando planned to destroy the gas chambers and crematoria, and launch the uprising.[2]
When the camp resistance warned the Sonderkommando that they were due to be murdered on the morning of 7 October 1944, the Sonderkommando attacked the SS and Kapos with two machine guns, axes, knives and grenades. Over 70 SS men were killed, including two who were pushed alive into a crematorium oven after being stabbed by a member of the Sonderkommando. Some of the Sonderkommando escaped from the camp for a period, as was planned, however they were recaptured later the same day.[1] Of those who didn&amp;#39;t die in the uprising itself, 200 were later forced to strip, lie face down, and then were shot in the back of the head. A total of 451 Sonderkommandos were killed on this day.[3][4][5]
There was also an uprising in Treblinka on 2 August 1943, in which around 100 prisoners succeeded in breaking out of the camp,[6] and a similar uprising in Sobibor on 14 October 1943.[7] The uprising in Sobibor was dramatized in the film, Escape from Sobibor. The Sonderkommando in Sobibor&amp;#39;s Camp III did not take part in the uprising in Camp I, but were murdered the following day.
Sobibor and Treblinka were closed shortly afterwards. Fewer than twenty out of several thousand members of the special squads are documented to have survived until liberation and were able to testify to the events (although some sources claim more[8]), among them: Henryk Tauber, Filip M¬ller, Daniel Behnnamias, Dario Gabbai, Morris Venezia, Shlomo Venezia, Alter Fajnzylberg, Abram Dragon, David Ol
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