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The woman on the road, 1945

Published on 29 Dec 2020 / In Jewish Genocides

Her name was Lara Bauer, and she represents Europa as it is today- beaten and raped.

Many women committed suicide in anticipation of being raped by Red Army soldiers or afterwards. Numbers vary considerably and are unreliable because many women did not report these sexual attacks and many women were raped repeatedly. Some historians suggest that Soviet soldiers raped up to 1.9 million German women at the end of the war. In Berlin alone, Red Army soldiers raped between 20,000 and 100,000 German women. Probably more than 10,000 Berlin women died in the aftermath of being raped, often by suicide. The 17-year-old Lieselotte G from Friedrichshagen, an eastern suburb of Berlin, committed to her diary on 29 April 1945, a few days after the Soviet occupation of her suburb:

''On the first day, about one hundred suicides in Friedrichshagen are said to have occurred. It’s a blessing that there is no gas supply, otherwise some more people would have killed themselves. We might perhaps also be dead. I was so desperate! ...My German Fatherland had to come to this, now that we have been handed over, without any rights, to the powers of foreigners.''

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Tiger Zwei
Tiger Zwei 3 months ago

God Almighty put me on that road from Prague to Pilsen once, so I would'nt forget whats at stake. May Jesus bless all my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Sieg Heil.

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jbl .
jbl . 3 months ago

Every time I see her, in video clips, still images, and this longest clip I've ever seen, she wrenches my heart. And it raises my anger. And increases my resolve to kill (((them))) all.

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PFAER 4 months ago

The emblem of Europe, nowadays.

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Lego 4 months ago

Vertigo Politix made a video about this German woman!! I wish I can find...

This was filmed by an American infantry officer (can't remember the name), but later on, that young German woman became a flight attendant for Lufthansa. Then retiring in the 1970s, before passing away in peace in 1994. She was born in 1928. I was amazed by the story! Happy that she was among the few who made it out (without committing suicide). Respect!

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smartarse34 4 months ago

Check with White Power. Im pretty sure he has a copy of it as he uploaded on his Bit Chute channel

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Ral9010NatSoc 3 months ago

@Lego, Yes i remember reading about that. Couldn't find any further information about her unfortunately. Guess she was one of the fortunate ones that managed to escape the faith of so many other German women caught behind enemy lines.

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Soldier1 4 months ago

I'm sure many unwanted children were conceived too. Women were raped in front of children, children were raped, etc. My guess is that even some American soldiers participated in these rapes.

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