Thursday, 15 January 2015

Pelikan is also guilty.

The company that provided the ink to tattoo Auschwitz children still works, and it´s .................. Pelikan

The same advertising their products to children.

Maybe It should change the advertisement ......

How soon they forget everything, It´s not so?

The collaboration of German society as a whole, with the extermination of innocent, stretched to their industry too,
The company I: G: Farben had 334 factories in occupied Europe. The company ceased operations after the fall of Nazi Germany in 1945, when the company was captured by the Allies; its assets were fully repaid in 1952, and 13 executives, all members of the Nazi party, were jailed for periods ranging from acquittal to eight years in the Nuremberg trials (specifically, the Farben Trial IG) for their participation in the atrocities. Quite lenient sentences for crimes committed and most even reduced, in line with the trials against genocidal murderers in Germany.

Swallowed by trials and universal condemnation after the end of the war, the company continued to exist for the sole stated objective of continuing to do business so you can pay many millions of marks in reparations to the victims of his many crimes. It has been criticized over the years that has not paid almost no demand.

Among the companies working in Auschwitz III were the well-known BASF, Siemens, Bayer, AGFA, Hoechst, AEG and of course Pelikan, who supplying ink for tattoos on prisoners.

Link To the liberation of children by the Russian army :

Some of the murderers ....

 Fritz Gajewski . AGFA Director

Acquited. Died in 1962                     

Gajewski became a member of the Nazi Party in 1933.  Gajewski demonstrated his support for the Nazi Weltanschauungduring an incident in late 1938 involving a former colleague at IG Farben. Gerhard Ollendorf, a Jew, had been a member of the board in the early 1930s but had fallen afoul of Nazi laws and in November 1938 told Gajewski that he intended to leave Germany. Although Gajewski wished him luck he immediately wrote to the Gestapo, informing them that Ollendorf was in possession of sensitive information and that it would not be wise to allow him to leave..
His role as a member of the company's South-East Europe Committee, a post he took up in 1940, made him a regular visitor to IG Farben sites that had been established in occupied and satellite territories such as Hungary, Czechoslovakia, andRomania. His position as a Wehrwirtschaftsführer was confirmed in 1942.
In the Trial appeared more  details of his denouncing of Jewish members of IG Farben's managing board following the Nazi takeover, but he was was nonetheless acquitted of war crimes.
He returned to the business world with Dynamit Nobel, becoming chairman of the company in 1952 and was awarded theGroßes Verdienstkreuz the following year by the West German government.[1] He also chaired the boards at Genschow & Co. and Chemie-Verwaltungs AG as well as holding board membership at two other companies

  Heinrich Buetefisch. Production chief at                  Auschwitz,Obersturmbannführer in the SS.

Condened to 6 years of prison in 1948, released in 1951.  ¡ only was in prision three years!. Died in 1969.

he was a member of the Freundeskreis Reichsführer SS, the “Circle of Friends of Himmler.” In 1941, now holding the rank of SS-Sturmbannführer, he became head of the gasoline synthesis program to be established at the I.G. Auschwitz plant
In 1952, Bütefisch became a member of the supervisory boards for Deutsche Gasolin AG, Feldmühle, and Papier- und Zellstoffwerke AG. He also became a consultant for Ruhrchemie AG Oberhausen, joining its supervisory board in 1952.
In 1964, he was awarded the Grand Cross of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany (Großes Verdienstkreuz). Protests ensued, so much so that President Heinrich Lübke asked him to return the award.

  Otto Ambros.
Head of the chemical warfare committee at the war ministry;
production chief for Buna and Auschwitz Died in 1979.
In 1948 he was sentenced to one to eight years in prison,but was released early in 1951. He was only three years in prison!

On May 1, 1937, he joined the NSDAP (member number 6099289)

In 1940, he became an adviser to the Department for Research and Development of the Four Year Plan, under I.G. Farben supervisory board chairman Carl Krauch: Ambros, the I.G.’s expert on poison gas and Buna, worked as a “military economy leader” (Wehrwirtschaftsführer) in the Chemical Weapons Section. In mid-May 1943, in a personal presentation at the Führer’s headquarters, he explained to Hitler the effect of the new German nerve gases tabun and sarin. The following year, he became managing director (plant manager) of Buna-Werk IV and of the fuel production facility in Auschwitz. Between 1941 and 1944, he visited the I.G. Auschwitz construction site a total of 18 times. Ambros was an active advocate of the use of concentration camp prisoners at the construction site, and on April 12, 1941, he wrote to an I.G. Farben director, Fritz ter Meer: “On the occasion of a dinner given for us by the management of the concentration camp, we furthermore determined all the arrangements relating to the involvement of the really excellent concentration-camp operation in support of the Buna plants.”.From his point of view, theBuna/Monowitz concentration camp represented a piece of luck for the prisoners. 
He had tested poisons and chemicals on concentration camp inmates

 Otto Ambros was awarded the War Merit Cross (Kriegsverdienstkreuz) 1st and 2nd Class and the Knight’s Cross of the War Merit Cross (Ritterkreuz des Kriegsverdienstkreuzes).

After his release, he became an adviser to chemical companies such as J. Peter Grace, Dow Chemical, as well as the U.S. Army Chemical Corps, and Konrad Adenauer.

The amazing thing is not that they were released or sentenced to very short sentences, but all occupied high positions in German companies after the war and even more were decorated by the "democratic" German government.

And there are still those who say that Germany has realized and accepted their murders.

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