Re: Bribing to get out of Death Camps #general


cecilia <myths@...>
 

On 28 Jun 2009 05:56:29 -0700, arosen2@cox.net (Andy) wrote:

[...] His Jewish mother was an Argentine citizen at the time
of WWII. Her father (my friend's grandfather) lived in Vienna, Austria
and was deported to Dachau Concentration camp at the onset of the time
that the Nazis were removing all Jews >from this country.

Through a series of connections and bribery, she managed to have her
father taken >from this death camp and deported to Argentina.

Can anyone authenticate if occurrences like this one ever occurred
with any relative frequency? I never heard of this happening before.
If you put
Dachau emigration
as keywords in a search engine such as Google, you will find a number
of instances.

Cecilia Nyleve

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