Tjeckoslovakien var grymmast och mest pervers mot tyskar för 70 år sedan

Friday, 14 August 2015 18:23

I inget land har det förekommit så många och extrema vidrigheter mot tyskar efter Hitlers fall maj 1945 som i Tjeckoslovakien.
"Det var inte bara tyskarna i Ostpreussen, Pommern och Schlesien som 1945-1949 fördrevs från sina gårdar och hem där de bott i generationer. Den största etniska rensningen i Europas historia omfattade även tre miljoner sudettyskar i Tjeckoslovakien.

Det hade bott tysktalande människor i Böhmen och Mähren sedan medeltiden. Under århundraden var de en del av det habsburgska väldet Österrike-Ungern. När Habsburg föll samman efter första världskriget och delades upp på nya nationer, bestämde segrarmakterna i Pariskonferensen 1919 att dessa tyskspråkiga områden skulle ingå i det nybildade landet Tjeckoslovakien.
" skriver Johan Selander.

"Benesdekreten utfärdades av den tjeckoslovakiska presidenten Eduard Benes i april 1945 om fördrivning och etnisk rensning av tysk och ungersk befolkning ur Tjeckoslovakien (nuvarande Slovakiens område). Dekreten utfärdades enligt påstådd skuld- och hämndprincip för verkligt eller föregivet samarbete med nazisterna.

Den 20 september förra året (2007) deklarerade det slovakiska parlamentet att de kontroversiella Benesdekreten är oföränderliga. Till följd av dessa dekret har ungrare och tyskar i efterkrigstidens Tjeckoslovakien fallit offer för kollektiva bestraffningens princip och berövats sina medborgerliga rättigheter. Många har blivit fördrivna från sitt hemland. Bland annat tvångsförflyttades 55 tusen ungrare från Slovakien till Ungern och 44 tusen ungrare till Tjeckiska Republiken. Idag är tio procent av slovakiens invånare etniska ungrare." informerar HUNSOR.

Alla tyskar tvingades bära vita armbindlar eller ett "N" för "Nemec", tysk. Ren rasism!

"The second country after Poland where the "Germans question" was dealt with was Czechoslovakia. In pre-war Czechoslovakia, Germans made up a quarter of the population. They were mostly concentrated in the Sudetenland - there were 3 million Germans, representing 93% of the population. A large proportion of the Germans were also present in Moravia (800 thousand people, or a quarter of the population). There was also a large German community in Bratislava.

Entire villages and towns inhabited by Germans experienced violence by Czechs. Across the country, the German population formed marching columns, people were not allowed to gather virtually any thing - and were driven non-stop to the border. Often those who fell behind were killed right in front of the whole column. The local Czech population was strictly forbidden to provide any assistance to the Germans.

The Czech President Eduard Benes, back from exile in London, incited the already-crazed population via the radio: "Take everything from the Germans, leave them only a handkerchief to weep into!" In Prague Germans were hung head-down from the lamp posts and set on fire as living torches in Benes's honor. Ever since, the number of victims has been cited as 250,000. "Files from the SBZ/German Democratic Republic which were not accessible until 1990 showed that this figure was actually much higher and must now be set at no less than 460,000." rapporterar uncensoredhistory

Sudeten Germans expelled Czechoslovakia 1945
Sudeten Germans being expelled from Czechoslovakia in 1945

Germans massacred Prague


In Postelberge (today Postoloprty) for five days - from 3 to 7 June 1945 - Czechs tortured and killed 760 Germans aged 15 to 60 years, one-fifth of the German population of the city

Hundreds of Germans had been herded together on the parade ground in the Czech town of Postoloprty (known in German as Postelberg) on June 6, 1945, just a month after the end of World War II in Europe. They could clearly see the fatigue party heading off. The five boys who had hidden among the men were discovered and led back.

"Mr Marek wanted the boys to be flogged," recalls 81-year-old Peter Klepsch, an eye-witness. "But Captain Cerny, the commander of the Czech troops, said the boys should be shot."

The boys' names were Horst, Eduard, Hans, Walter, and Heinz. The oldest was 15, the youngest 12. They were flogged and then shot dead -- in full view of the others, who were held back at gunpoint. The Czechs didn't use machine guns, but their rifles, so it took a long time to kill all five. "One of the boys who hadn't been mortally wounded by the gunfire ran up to the marksmen begging to be allowed to go to his mother," recalls 80-year-old Heinrich Giebitz. "They just carried on shooting.

Excerpt from the book _Zwiespalt der Gemüter_ by Alexander Hoyer:

"In the night of May 4-5, 1945 the mass murders began in Prague. The most gruesome events of the Middle Ages pale in comparison to the murderous blood lust that played itself out in the streets, houses and most of all the hospitals of Prague.

After the all-out war effort had been proclaimed in 1944, medical student Ingrid Langer had signed up as Red Cross nurse. She was stationed in the Luftwaffe hospital on the right bank of the Moldau River in Prague. In the morning of May 6 a sizeable group of young Czech men and girls arrived howling and yelling at the main entrance of the hospital and, threatening with submachine guns, demanded that all Red Cross nurses, as well as all the wounded who could walk, should come out. When the doctors tried to dissuade the mob from their demands, and pointed out the regulations of the Red Cross, under whose protection the hospital was, the riotous mob roared with laughter. The armed ringleaders stormed into the hospital rooms and drove the wounded in their striped pajamas out before them.

Other heroes of this kind brought out all the nurses on duty, lined them up and selected the ten youngest and prettiest of them. Ingrid Langer was among them.

After lengthy arguments among the teenaged hoodlums as to what sorts of abuse they would engage in, they agreed to march their victims into town.

Along with a selected 10 wounded patients, the nurses had to line up in rows of two and march off, singing the German national anthem. Anyone who did not sing loudly enough, or at all, was beaten until his or her voice was audible. To either side of the street the compatriots of the wild mob stood applauding. The procession was stopped in Peter's Square, which seemed to be the arena best suited for the planned macabre game.

A bow-legged descendant of the Awars shrieked: "Undress! Everyone undress completely!" Since the unfortunate victims made no move to take off their clothes, he gave his accomplices the sign to start beating.

The wounded and the nurses were smashed to the pavement, some beside and on top of each other, unable even to move.

"Undress or die!" the sadist kept screaming.

The wounded soldiers soon took off their hospital pajamas. Stark naked, they were at the mercy of the goggling crowd. The nurses as yet retained their underwear. No-one minded that their undressing took a little longer, for the surrounding crowd relished the sight of these half-naked German Red Cross nurses. But then the ringleader demanded that the stripping be completed.

"Undress! Finish undressing!" he roared again, "strip to the skin, you swine!" At last, when all ten finally stood stark naked in the middle of the square, hiding their faces in their hands, the Prague citizens' merriment rose to a fever pitch. But Ingrid Langer, who had grown up in Prague, knew her Czech fellow citizens only too well. She knew that the final act of the drama staged here would be a deliberately drawn-out but all the more gruesome death. Like lightning she made a break for it, darted through a weak point in their encirclement, and dashed off towards the lower end of the square. Before the baffled bystanders realized it, she had escaped the arena of death. But at the square's end Ingrid Langer ran right into the hands of her next tormentors!

A band of plunderers, heavily laden with rugs, paintings, furs, tableware and more, caught the naked fleeing girl in a flash. They dragged her into the house they had just left, up to the first floor, into the home they had plundered. In the hallway on the floor lay a dead woman about 25 years old. Next to her huddled a child of perhaps two, blood-bespattered and sobbing bitterly. The captured naked beauty was shoved into a bedroom to a host of obscene comments. At the sight of the pretty young girl all the plunderers had turned back, in the certain expectation of a good time. There was not one among them that did not participate in the ensuing rape. More Czechs who came running in continued their predecessors' disgraceful deed. At last the victim mercifully lost consciousness.

Meanwhile, the macabre spectacle in Peter's Square had continued. The nine yet surviving Red Cross nurses had been lined up opposite the injured men, naked as they were, and the nurses were ordered to tear the men's private parts off. An unbelievably brutish idea. The victims themselves could hardly believe the perverted orders. "Rip it off! Rip it off!" And right away the entire crowd joined in, roaring and chanting and clapping their hands in rhythm. None of the German girls could be forced to even try to carry out the bestial order. They ignored the ever more threatening demands of the crowd, which was literally going wild. Not one made any move to comply, even after most of them had already collapsed, unconscious, under the blows from the rifle butts.

"I am a former Lieutenant Colonel and was Chief of a Pay and Allowance Office of the Luftwaffe. I was 58 years old when I fell into Czech captivity in Prague on May 6, 1945. Together with some 600 other German soldiers, also prisoners-of-war, I spent the time of my captivity in the labor camp Roudnice on the Elbe River, in the "Benzina Plant", a large industrial facility formerly belonging to the Organisation Todt. I wish to state the following facts for the record:

In the evening of August 9, 1945 we had to line up in the parade square outside the barracks and take off our shirts. An investigative commission had arrived from Prague in order to examine the POWs to see if they had been members of the SS. 18 men were discovered, among them several prisoners who had been drafted into the Waffen-SS without their own doing. The tattooed "a", the sign of membership in the General Waffen-SS, was only found on a few, and some of these had already left the SS.

These 18 POWs now had to stand side-by-side facing a wooden barracks. And now, before our very eyes, the Czechs committed what I can only describe as a very brutal crime against those defenseless prisoners. The Czech guards and soldiers beat the pitiable victims on their bare backs with iron bars and rifle butts until they collapsed in bloody heaps. When the prisoners lay on the ground moaning, the Czechs stood them up again and dumped cold water on them. To this day I recall vividly how the fingers of some of the prisoners were smashed with rifle butts; this maltreatment, unparalleled in my experience, lasted for about 2 hours, until the onset of dark." skriver Wintersonnenwende

"Pinkus’ vän hade sagt till honom, ‘Kom med’, och visat honom ett av de fängelser för tyskar som fanns där. Det bestod av fem våningar, och de tyskar, som Pinkus där fick se, vistades inte i cellerna utan i trapphuset. Tyska pojkar, flickor och rynkiga gummor sprang hysteriskt uppför trappan, och när de hade nått ända upp, vände de om och sprang ner och så upp igen, ner, upp, ner. Föll en tysk eller tyska omkull, så stannade inte de andra utan sprang över dennas döende kropp. Alla tyskarna var nakna, och tjeckerna på alla fem våningarna ropade åt dem: ‘Fortare, era tyska svin, ert herrefolk! Heil Hitler!’ och när de snubblade, drämde gummibatongerna ner på dem och hetsade dem vidare.” (Sack, s. 96)  .....
Om massakern i Aussig (Ústi) den 30 juli 1945 berättar en kvinna, som bevittnade den: “Jag befann mig i en liten frisersalong vid Marktplatz i Aussig, varifrån jag kunde överblicka den största delen av torget. Kort därefter såg jag hur tjeckiska järnvägare i uniform och även tjeckiska civila jagade tyskarna, som alla tvingats bära vita armbindlar. I grupper om 30 till 40 kastade de sig över ett offer, slog människan till marken och trampade på henne tills hon blev liggande. Huvudet och ansiktet var då föga mer än en blodig, oformlig massa. Jag såg minst tolv tyskar i ett sådant tillstånd. Bland offren fanns också kvinnor och flickor. Jag själv hörde en flickas dödsskri och såg hur hon trampades ner. Samtidigt kom arbetarna från skiftet gående över den nya bron, på vilken människojakt bedrevs på samma sätt. Mellan 30 och 50 tyska arbetare kastades ner på Brückenplatz och kastades av tjeckiska soldater med automatvapen ner i gruvan, om de fortfarande visade livstecken. Många svårt skadade tyskar kastades i Elbe och besköts, om de visade sig ovan vattnet. De människor, som undkom detta blodbad, drevs med tvång till lägret Lerchenfeld. Uppskattningsvis miste denna dag 600 tyskar livet i Aussig. Flera tecken tyder på att detta blodbad förbereddes planmässigt."

"Tre dagar efter att min mor lagts in på sjukhuset hade samtliga unga kvinnor i Wellemin drivits till ett ställe. Gruppvis leddes vi in i borgmästarens källare. Där hade träblock ställts upp. Vi fick klä av oss under de giriga ögonen från ”revolutionsgardisterna” och lägga oss på blocken. En efter en kom de unga tjeckerna fram och slog oss med träpåkar på ryggen, stjärten och lår, särskilt på njurarna. De svagaste överlevde inte tortyren, men de som hade överlevt och jämrade av smärtor blev sedan också våldtagna. Sedan spärrades jag in i en mörk toalett hos borgmästaren och hörde under långa timmar de fruktansvärda skriken av de torterade kvinnorna. I min förtvivlan önskade jag inget annat än en snabb död." påminner der Honigmann under rubriken 8 maj 1945 befrielse eller katastrof?

Ingen politiker från Tjeckien eller Slovakien har någonsin bett om ursäkt för alla dessa vidriga grymheter mot tyskar och andra oskyldiga. Inget skadestånd har betalats. Det är så dags NU!