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[Eisenhower made a great show of touring the concentration camps as part of his PsyOps of creating the extermination myth (making sure his troops look as well). They left the bodies out for 7 days in one instance (Buchenwald).  They don't show all the perfectly healthy inmates or let onto the fact they died of disease as you would expect in overcrowded camps like Belsen at the end of the war when Typhus was out of control and food supplies broke down, along with some prisoners keeping the food to themselves. They even forced the local people to walk 4 miles and see Buchenwald where they put on a nice show with Nazi shrunken heads and Human skin lampshades put on by PsyOps men CD Jackson and James B. Donovan. See the videos: BUCHENWALD A Dumb Dumb Portrayal Of Evil "For Eisenhower, The Holocaust Myth Was An Incoming Popularity Coup" and Nazi Shrunken Heads.
    Eisenhower never mentioned the gas chambers in his memoirs, as didn't Churchill and De Gaulle.  See The Eisenhower Ad by Bradley Smith.]

See photos:  Auschwitz Belsen Belzec Buchenwald Dachau Faked Propaganda

The photo above shows General Dwight D. Eisenhower viewing the gallows at Ohrdruf. Standing to the left of the general, and partially hidden by a pole, is intelligence officer Captain Alois Liethen

American Generals view dead bodies left out for a week Buchenwald

General Dwight D. Eisenhower (third from left) views the charred remains of inmates of the Ohrdruf camp. Ohrdruf, Germany, April 12, 1945.

A U.S. army officer (far right) poses with survivors of the Ohrdruf camp, a subcamp in the Buchenwald camp system. Ohrdruf, Germany, April 1945.
Not such a good propaganda picture with the healthy inmates.

These bodies were stacked ready for cremation, but put on a trailer for show.

General Eisenhower on visit to salt mine near Ohrdruf

Titled: "A survivor shows U.S. Generals Eisenhower, Patton, and Bradley how inmates at Ohrdruf camp were tortured. Ohrdruf, Germany, April 1945.
These were for punishment.

General Dwight D. Eisenhower (third from left) views the charred remains of inmates of the Ohrdruf camp. Ohrdruf, Germany, April 12, 1945.

American soldiers view the bodies of prisoners found in the newly liberated Ohrdruf concentration camp. Ohrdruf, Germany, April 6, 1945.

Congressman Ed V. Izac inspects the crematorium at Buchenwald concentration camp, which was not a 'death camp'.

US Senator Alben W. Barkley looks on after Buchenwald's liberation. Barkley later became Vice President of the United States under Harry S. Truman.

The infamous faked display table at Buchenwald. See: BUCHENWALD A Dumb Dumb Portrayal Of Evil  Nazi Shrunken Heads

U.S. Congressmen visiting the showers at Dachau camp. They are inside the "gas chamber". http://www.cwporter.com/bild1.htm
 No one was gassed at Dachau. 

Mauthausen survivors cheer the soldiers of the Second Armored Division of the U.S. Third Army one day after their actual liberation. The banner reads: "The Spanish Anti-Fascists Salute the Liberating Forces." According to P. Serge Choumoff, an historian and survivor of Mauthausen, this event was recreated at the request of General Eisenhower. (USHMM Photo Archives photograph #68210.)











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