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Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945 (part 1)

Part 1: basic data

What committed racist Zionist "Americans" in the "American" zone in 1945


presented by Michael Palomino (2013)

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Basics about Rhine meadow camps

The map

                          of remnant Germany with the Rhine meadow camps
                          in summer 1945
Map of remnant Germany with the Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945 [1]
Map of remnant Germany with the Rhine meadow camps in summer 1945

1. Büderich
2. Rheinberg
3. Wickrathberg
4. Remagen
5. Sinzig
6. Siershahn
7. Andernach
8. Diez
9. Urmitz
10. Koblenz
11. Dietersheim
12. Heidesheim
13. Hechtsheim
14. Winzenheim / Bretzenheim (bis 1948)
14. Biebelsheim
15. Bad Kreuznach (bis 1948)
16. Ludwigshafen
17. Böhr-Iggelheim
18. Heilbronn (am Neckar)

Basics about the Rhine meadow camps in remaining Germany in 1945

General scheme: a meadow and squares in the mud
-- Rhine meadow camps were installed according to a unique scheme ([1] 1min. 15sec.)
-- basic condition was a village or a town with a railway connection bringing German prisoners of wars there in masses ([1] 1min. 15sec.)
-- the walls of the camps were only made of barbed wire and poles
([1] 1min. 15sec.)
-- within the camps there were 10 to 20 sectors again separated by poles and barbed wire
([1] 1min. 15sec.)
-- normally a camp was installed with a farm lane passing through working as a road through the camp
([1] 1min. 15sec.)
-- near houses were occupied for the administration, kitchen or as a military hospital
([1] 1min. 15sec.)
-- latrines, kitchens and military hospitals were installed in May and June first
([1] 2min. 18sec.)
-- there was dirt, humidity and undernourishment constantly
([1] 2min. 18sec.)
-- the prisoners were forced to suffer in the mud of the meadows in the rain, without any roof having holes in the earth as their houses
([1] 3min. 8sec.)

German prisoners of war without anything
-- German prisoners of war had to give any soldier's belongings away
([1] 1min. 15sec.)
-- German prisoners of war had to built holes in the earth as dwellings for sleeping
([1] 1min. 15sec.)
-- Zionist racist propaganda of "Morgenthau group" claimed that all German prisoners of war had been disinfected with DDT against lice and had received much soap and toilet paper not suffering from epidemics
([1] 2min. 18sec.)

The guard by the overcharged 106th infantry division - the administration
-- the 106th infantry division should take over the organization and the guard of the Rhine meadow camps ([1] 1min. 38sec.)
-- the division was topped up to 40,000 members and got more transport units for the transportation of food
([1] 1min. 38sec.) [and also the dead bodies were transported]
-- but the transport capacities were too little and the division was completely overcharged with the Rhine meadow camps
([1] 1min. 38sec.)
-- Zionist racist propaganda of the "Morgenthau faction" claims that the German soldiers had had an autonomous administration within the Rhine meadow camps, an own leadership in the camps, an own camp police, medical doctors, cooks, working commands and so on
([1] 1min. 38sec.)

Considering the documents and the films this is partly a big lie:
-- partly own German camp police existed and there were German cooks but they were solidarizing with the "Americans" and ate as much food as they could and let suffer the German captives with hunger and death (an example is Rheinberg camp described by Nowak: Mensch auf den Acker gesät, chapter 19: Arme, kleine Bestie Mensch, p.172-183)
-- German medical doctors could hardly work because the criminal allied did not give them medical equipment thus German doctors had to work with pieces of wood cleaning ears (see the example in Rheinberg camp
camp described by Nowak: Mensch auf den Acker gesät, chapter 14: Heilkunde mit dem Holzscheit, p.129-140)
-- and the lorries and trailers were also used to transport German dead bodies from the Rhine meadow camps to the German concentration camps and the bodies were shown there as Jewish dead bodies and the Zionists made a big propaganda against Germany by this but one can detect the fraud on the Hitchcock films easily that the bodies were German bodies because any tattooed number is missing, any German camp uniform in a zebra design is missing, and also any remnant of earth is missing when the bodies had been digged out.

Use of German prisoners of wars
-- the "Morgenthau group" claims that politically "unsuspicious" German prisoners of wars would have been released from the camps "after several weeks"
([1] 1min. 58sec.)
-- the "Morgenthau group" claims that also "certain professions" were released for the "reconstruction of Federal Republic of German and Democracy", thus "agricultural workers, lorry drivers, miners"
([1] 1min. 58sec.)
-- other reports NEVER report such released people for a good purpose but are only reporting mass hunger and mass death
([1] 1min. 58sec.)
-- at the end of June 1945 some camps closed already: the camp of Remagen (on the map Nº 4), the camp Böhr-Iggelheim (Nº17) and Büderich (Nº1). This wave of dismissals was stopped then. ([1] 1min. 58sec.)

Hardly any food - deprivation of rights of the POWs as Disarmed Enemy Forces (DEF) without any food - mass death
-- the "Morgenthau group" claims that in April and in May 1945 the food was very irregular and was not enough, but then the nourishment was better step by step ([1] 2min. 18sec.)
-- drinking water was with chlorine against epidemics ([1] 2min. 18sec.)

According to many testimonies and allied documents in the "USA" the reality about food in the Rhine meadow camps was
-- that the prisoners of war got hardly 500 or 1,000 calories per day (Bacque: Other Losses),
-- that in "American" camps the "Americans" did not give any food to the German prisoners on Sundays (example: Nowak: camp Rheinberg),
-- that "Americans" destroyed food which was given from German civilians outside (Nowak: Rheinberg) or the "Americans" collected the food for German prisoners but then burnt it on a pile (Bacque: Crimes and Mercies)
-- "Americans" also shot German civilians who wanted to give food to the suffering German prisoners of war (Bacque: Other Losses)
-- and after a while Eisenhower was downgrading the German prisoners of war to Disarmed Enemy Forces (DEF), in August he was downgrading all remnant POWs to be DEFs without any right and without any food leaving them to die (Bacque: Other Losses)
-- and this downgrading leaving DEFs without any food provoked a mass death in the Rhine meadow camps of 750.000 Germans in "American" Rhine meadow camps and 250.000 in French Rhine meadow camps (Bacque: Other Losses).

Provisional "American" camps in central Germany
The more the "American" troops moved further to the east the more camps were installed, also in central Germany and in Austria, but only for "collecting" the German prisoners of war for being shifted to the big Rhine meadow camps then. These camps in central Germany and in Austria were:

Provisional camps of prisoners of war in the "American" zone in central Germany in 1945

from: Kurt W. Böhme, Die deutschen Kriegsgefangenen in amerikanischer Hand; Europa; Munich 1973

Aalen, (Baden-Württemberg),
Adelsdorf (Bavaria),
Aigen (Bohemian Forest),
Alsdorf (North Rhine Westfalia),
Altenstadt (Bavaria),
Amberg (Bavaria),
Ansbach (Bavaria),
Artern (district of Halle),
Aschaffenburg (Bavaria),
Asperg (Baden-Württemberg),
Auerbach (Bavaria),
Augsburg-Oberhausen (Bavaria),
Babenhausen (Hesse),
Bad Aibling (Bavaria),
Bad Hersfeld (Hesse)
Bad Homburg (Hesse),
Bad Mergentheim (Baden- Württemberg),
Bad Nauheim (Hesse),
Bad Reichenhall (Bavaria),
Bad Salzschlirf (Hesse),
Bad Tölz (Bavaria),
Bad Wildungen (Hesse),
Bamberg (Bavaria),
Bebra (Hesse),
Berchtesgaden (Bavaria),
Berlin-Lichterfelde, Berlin-Wannsee,
Bischofswiesen (Bavaria),
Brilon Bobingen (Bavaria),
Bruchsal (Baden-Württemberg),
Bruck (Bavaria),
Burgau (Bavaria),
Burghausen (Bavaria),
Butzbach (Hesse),
Coburg (Bavaria),
Dachau (Bavaria),
Darmstadt (Hesse),
Ebensee (Upper Austria),
Elsenfeld (Bavaria),
Ens an der Ens (Austria),
Erding (Bavaria),
Erlangen (Bavaria),
Eschborn (Hesse),
Eschwege (Hesse),
Falkenstein (Hesse),
Feucht (Hesse),
Flossenbürg (Bavaria),
Frankenberg (district of Chemnitz),
Frankenberg (Hesse),
Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt-Niederrad (Hesse)
Frankfurt-Zeilsheim (Hesse)
Frauendorf (Bavaria),
Freising (Bavaria),
Friesdorf (North Rhine Westfalia),
Fürstenfeldbruck (Bavaria),
Fürth (Bavaria),
Gabersee (Bavaria),
Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Bavaria),
Gars (Bavaria),
Gemünden (Bavaria),

Gießen-Wieseneck (Hesse),
Glasenbach (Salzburg),
Göggingen (Bavaria),
Göppingen (Baden-Württemberg),
Golling (Salzburg),
Gotha (Thuringia)
Griesheim (Hesse),
Großauheim (Hesse),
Haar (München)
Haid (Upper Austria),
Hallein (Salzburg),
Hammelburg (Bavaria),
Happurg (Bavaria),
Hausham (Bavaria),
Heilbronn (Baden-Württemberg),
Heimbach (Hesse),
Herborn (Hesse),
Herrsching (Bavaria),
Hersbruck (Bavaria),
Hessisch-Lichtenau (Hesse),
Hintersee (Salzburg),
Hirschberg (Hesse),
Hof (Bavaria),
Hof-Moschendorf (Bavaria),
Hohenbrunn (Bavaria),
Hundstadt (Hesse),
Ingolstadt (Bavaria),
Ipsheim (Bavaria),
Kamp-Lintfort (North Rhine Westfalia),
Kaprun (Salzburg)
Karlsfeld (Bavaria),
Karlsruhe (Baden-Württemberg),
Katzenfurt (Hesse),
Kaufbeuren (Bavaria),
Kesterbach (Hesse),
Kleinmünchen (Upper Austria),
Königstein (Hesse),
Korbach (Hesse),
Lambach (Upper Austria),
Landsberg (Bavaria),
Landshut (Bavaria),
Langenzenn (Bavaria),
Langlau (Bavaria),
Limburg (Hesse),
Linz (Upper Austria),
Linz-Wegscheid (Upper Austria),
Lohr (Bavaria),
Ludwigsburg (Baden-Württemberg),
Maisach (Bavaria),
Manching (Bavaria),
Marburg (Hesse),
Markt Bibart (Bavaria),
Memmingen (Bavaria),
Mittenwald (Bavaria),
Mohlsdorf (Thuringia),
Moosburg (Bavaria),
Münchberg (Bavaria),
Münster (North Rhine Westfalia)

Natternberg (Bavaria),
Naumburg/Saale (Sachsen-Anhalt),
Neumarkt (Bavaria),
Neustadt (Hesse),
Neu-Ulm (Bavaria),
Nieserroden (Baden-Württemberg),
Nürnberg (Bavaria)
Oberdachstetten (Bavaria),
Oberursel (Hesse),
Ochsenfurt (Bavaria),
Ochsenpferch (Baden-Württemberg),
Peuerbach (Upper Austria),
Planegg (Bavaria),
Plankstetten (Bavaria),
Plattling (Bavaria),
Possenhofen (Bavaria),
Pupping (Upper Austria),
Recklinghausen (North Rhine Westfalia),
Regensburg (Bavaria),
Reinhartshausen (Bavaria),
Rockenberg (Hesse),
Rosenheim (Bavaria),
Roth (Bavaria), Salzburg,
Salzburg Gnigl,
Sankt Gilgen (Salzburg),
Schliersee (Bavaria),
Schnuttenbach (Bavaria),
Schwabach (Bavaria),
Schwabmünchen (Bavaria),
Schwäbisch-Hall (Baden-Württemberg),
Schweiklberg (Bavaria),
Stadt Allendorf (Hesse),
Stein (Bavaria),
Stephanskirchen (Bavaria),
Steyr (Upper Austria),
Straubing (Bavaria),
Sulzbach-Rosenberg (Bavaria),
Tann (Bavaria),
Teugn (Bavaria),
Trostberg (Bavaria),
Tutzing (Bavaria),
Vilshofen (Bavaria),
Weiden (Bavaria),
Wels (Upper Austria),
Wendelhöfen (Bavaria),
Werneck (Bavaria),
Wickelskreuth (Bavaria),
Wiesbaden-Dotzheim (Hesse),
Wiesloch (Baden-Württemberg),
Wolfratshausen (Bavaria),
Würzburg (Bavaria),
Würzburg-Heidingsfeld (Bavaria),
Wuppertal (NRW),
Zell am See (Salzburg),
Ziegenhain (Hesse)


Death rates in the Rhine meadow camps

Criminal "Americans" claim that there had only been 3,000 deads in the Rhine meadow camps. They claim that there had been a death rate of under 1%o. There are simply indicated people who died because of diseases as if undernourishment and starvation would not be an illness ([2] 27min. 0-25sec.).

Maximum 10,000
Zionist racist propaganda of the "Morgenthau group" claims that there had been a maximum of 10,000 German prisoners of war in the Rhine meadow camps ([1], 3min. 20sec.).

There are 1,000s under the acres
Testimonies state that there must be 1,000s of skeletons from German soldiers under the German acres near the Rhine river ([2] 26min. 11-31sec.)

10,000s to 100,000s

-- real investigations and estimations say that under the Rhine meadows 10,000s of dead bodies are buried, and 100,000s of dead bodies were put to Belgium into the forests when provisional lorries were driving back to Antwerp to the ports ([2] 28min. 10-59sec.)
-- in Belgium masses of German deads of the war could be found but they are not from war battles because in Belgium there were only short fights
-- at the same time any digging is forbidden in Germany because Germany is an occupied zone of the "USA" until today (2013) and is not sovereign and nobody is authorized to dig for German prisoners of war under the Rhine meadows ([3] 0-44 sec., 14min. 30sec.-15min. 0sec.)
-- and some loads of dead bodies of German prisoners of war ware shifted to German concentration camps showing them as "Jewish" deads and SS and other German camp staff had to bring the dead bodies to mass graves where the Zionist media always stated that these wold be Jewish bodies and Germans had committed a mass murder of millions against the Jews - a classical Zionist calumny against Germany manipulating the complete Nuremberg process - was "working well", but the whole

June 1945: Some Rhine meadow camps are left to the British
-- Rhine meadow camps in the British zone were left to the British on June 12, 1945 ([1] 2min. 37sec.)
-- until about September 1945 the British camps were eliminated ([1] 2min. 52sec.)

July 1945: Rhine meadow camps in the French zone were left to the French - many German captives are shifted to France for reconstruction work
-- France wanted 1.75 million Germans for the reconstruction of the country, and the "Amis" in their head quarter of North Western Europe (SHAEF) handed over the administration of the camps in the French zone in July 1945 to the French ([1] 2min. 37sec.)
-- the "Morgenthau group" claims that German prisoners of war who ere being able to work yet were shifted to France, and prisoners who were too weak were left on the spot ([1] 2min. 52sec.)
-- the "Morgenthau group" claims that until the end of September the French camps were eliminated with the exception of the camp of Bretzenheim (on the map Nº 4) and Bad Kreuznach (on the map Nº 15). They were transit camps for the returning Germans ([1] 2min. 52sec.).

The truth is another one: There were sent many half dead German soldiers to France and then they died in France and they were called "rubble" by the French, and in the French camps there was practically no food for the German prisoners of war and thus also the German prisoners died who had been able to work yet, they died in masses and hardly came back (Bacque: Other Losses).

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[1] Video from Zionist racist Morgenthau group: "The beautiful Rhine meadow camps of the allies" (orig. in German: "Die schönen Rheinwiesenlager der Alliierten"); http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5PULzOrIaI
[2] neutral Video: "The Rhine meadow camps - incredibilities" (orig. in German: "Die Rheinwiesenlager - Unglaublichkeiten");
[3] Video with some faults: "The complete truth about the big lie" (orig. in German: "Die ganze Wahrheit über die grosse Lüge");
[4] http://www.rheinwiesenlager.de/lager.htm

Photo sources
[1] map of Germany with the Rhine meadow camps of Summer 1945:

Karte von Deutschland mit den Rheinwiesenlagern vom Sommer 1945:
Video from Zionist racist Morgenthau group: "The beautiful Rhine meadow camps of the allies" (orig. in German: "Die schönen Rheinwiesenlager der Alliierten"); http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5PULzOrIaI, 1min. 6sec.