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Friday, 3 January 2014

U.S. soldiers gassed at Mauthausen




This is the propaganda film 'Let Justice be Done' about war crimes trials. The film was made by the Office of Strategic Services, probably in October 1945, as it features footage of the signing of the Nuremberg Charter in London (October 6, 1945).

Also featured is footage of the large gas chamber at Dachau (the OSS told us in May 1945 Dachau also had five smaller ones), and footage of U.S. Navy Senior-Lieutenant Jack Taylor from Hollywood, California, standing in front of main gate at Mauthausen. Taylor tells the camera that at least two U.S. officers have been exterminated there by gas, and when asked by the narrator(!) he explains other ways in which prisoners were murdered, one of which was pouring water over their heads in freezing temperatures—something the Bolsheviks were often accused of doing (an example from 1919 in Kiev where they killed half-a-dozen managers of a sugar factory).

The film was obtained from the U.S. National Archives and uploaded by youtuber Jeff Quitney. Hats off to him for that.

On criticalpast.com I found more footage of Taylor; he describes Mauthausen as an "extermination camp, the worst in Germany"

2 comments:

  1. Excellent work...as always Black Rabbit. Obviously you are a tireless and tenacious warrior in the cause for the truth. I greatly admire how you have managed to regularly add material for this blog over the years. I know it has taken you thousands of hours of research. And now this website is truly one of the most important sites on the internet. I have slacked off adding material to my blogs, as you probably well know. But I have been busy in other pursuits to awaken our people to these and other truths. I have added this material to my Holy Hoax blog, citing you as the source. Keep up the good fight friend.

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    1. Hey LoneWolf, long time no speak!

      Good to hear from you, and thanks for the compliment.

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