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The book explains that on April 29 , a Sunday afternoon, the the 45th Infantry Division liberated the camp whilst on its way to the city of Munich, which was 12 miles to the south.
But before they even got into the main barracks, 'Hitler's Last Day' reveals that they were left shocked and profoundly disturbed by what they saw. The book says that in a railway siding outside Dachau they come across a long line of 39 railway wagons, all of them full of dead bodies - some with their eyes open, as if staring at the Americans. The Nazis had used the carts to transport 4, prisoners from the Buchenwald concentration camp to Dachau three weeks previously. But by the time the train arrived just people had survived - the rest were left to die in the wagons.
The book says that at the sight of such an atrocity the men got angry and shouted: Don't take any SS alive! Walsh pushes them into a wagon and shoots them with his pistol'. Seventh Army joyfully from behind a barbed wire fence. As they entered the camp the sights and stories that met them were beyond comprehension. Most of the prisoners in the dozens of sub camps were Jews who had survived Auschwitz and were brought there in early when the Nazis abandoned the camp.
According to the book, all this was too much for Walsh. It describes how Colonel Felix Sparks of the 45th Infantry was walking through the residential part of the camp when he saw Walsh chasing a German soldier shouting: Walsh falls to the floor ground and lies there weeping'. It took seven men to haul Walsh away and Sparks took command. The formal handover of the camp was done by SS officer Lt Heinrich Skodzensky who walked up to the Americans and offers his surrender with a salute and: An American officer calls him a 'schweinhund' and put him in a jeep.
He was driven away and moments later a gunshot was heard going off. The most controversial episode of all happened next.
A group of 50 SS prisoners were lined up in front of a wall on the coal yard and Sparks ordered that a machine gun be trained on them, but not to fire. A general view of entrance gate of the Dachau concentration camp during a ceremony to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation at the memorial site. A soldier called Sparks' attention away and suddenly the machine gun opened fire. Sparks turns and runs back into the coal yard.
He pulls out his. Sparks asks the man what the hell is was doing and the soldier replies: Sparks can see about 17 Germans have been killed and orders the others who have been injured to be taken to hospital. According to the book, the episode would 'haunt Felix Sparks for many years to come'. Worse still, an Army photographer and cameraman had recorded what happened, and their recordings and photos were sent to General Arthur White, the head of the Seventh Army.
He carried out an investigation and concluded that Walsh had become 'hysterical' and told the machine gunner to 'let them have it'. Sparks was ordered back to America but before he got home he was sent to see General Patton, the commander of Bavaria, who dismissed all the charges against him. German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks at a ceremony to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp.
You have been a damn fine soldier, now go home'. Zu Ostern mussten sie in der Karwoche aufgrund von Kleinigkeiten wegen Schikane durch die SS einige Tage hindurch strafexerzieren, auch bei Schneeregen. Der Einkauf in der Kantine wurde ihnen verboten. Im April wurde die Diskriminierung der polnischen und litauischen Geistlichen gegenüber den restlichen Geistlichen verschärft. Andere Geistliche durften ab nun wieder die Kapelle aufsuchen — im Block 26 bei den deutschen und österreichischen Geistlichen.
Sie wurden stattdessen den normalen Arbeitskommandos zugeteilt. Insgesamt verstarb fast die Hälfte der inhaftierten polnischen Geistlichen.
Ein Umschwung kam erst Ende , als die Beschränkung bei Paketen aufgehoben wurde. Priester, vor allem polnische, bekamen mehr Pakete als andere, da sie auch von ihren Pfarrgemeinden bedacht wurden. Vor den Pfarrerblocks bildeten sich nun Reihen von Bittstellern, viele waren russische Häftlinge, die nie Pakete aus der Heimat erhielten. Durch den Tauschhandel konnten polnische Geistliche nun wieder in bessere Kommandos gelangen.
Insgesamt waren während der zwölf Jahre 2. Am Sonntag, dem April , wurde das Lager Dachau befreit, unter den Häftlingen waren 1. Geistliche nach Nationen Todeszahlen in Klammern: Mai in der Lagerhaft von Dachau eine Liste aller ihnen als dortige KZ-Häftlinge bekannten katholischen und evangelischen Geistlichen an. Dieser veröffentlichte die Liste in Zusammenarbeit u. Er wird am Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte.
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