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THE TRAINS OF THE HOLOCAUST | A look at how the European railway transport companies acted in agreement and assisted the operation of the Second and Final ... Holocaust (THE HOLOCAUST SERIES Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

HEDI ENGHELBERG
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THE TRAINS OF THE HOLOCAUST | A look at how the European railway transport companies acted in agreement and assisted the operation of the Second and Final Phase of the Jewish Holocaust; for the implementation of the "Final Solution"
EDITORIAL NOTE
“Europe died at Auschwitz” | Sebastián Vivar Rodriguez Writer, Barcelona (Spain), receiver of the International Literatura Prize.

THE TRAINS OF THE HOLOCAUST: A Study of the Railways Transports Across Europe, The Second and Final Phase of the Holocaust.
THE ACTIVE COOPERATION OF EUROPE’S RAILWAYS IN THE “FINAL SOLUTION”
THIS STUDY, is about how a modern railways system and the largest enterprise at the time, the Deutsche Reichsbahn [DRB], with its associated railways companies in each European country , before and especially after the Wannsee Conference in January 1942, contributed to the colossal scale of human beings transportation, evacuation and displacement, for the purpose and interment and slave workforces.
The Nazi criminal regime (1933-1945), it’s military, civilian organizations, middle-level bureaucracy and associated dictatorial regimes all over Europe, succeeded in murdering millions of people and destroying a flourishing 900-years-old Jewish Culture in Europe.
The Nazi’s goals of cashing in the gigantic financial assets stolen from the Jewish victims of the Holocaust greatly benefited them for financing an aggressive conquest war. In the process, they murdered of millions of humans across the continent: 6 millions Jews and other 20 million innocent civilians.
An efficient railways system across the continent with more than 100,000 km of rail, (42,000 only in Germany proper) operated by the largest capitalist enterprise at the time, DRG, with more than 250,000 workers and a formidable 12,500 operational locomotives (KRIEGSLOKOMOTIVEN) lineup, totally sustained and assisted the Germany’s conquer wars and its formidable war machine, and as well aided the Nazi organizations in charge of the “Final Solution”.
The European railway companies totally assisted the Nazis in the transportation segment by carrying out this infamous crime: The Holocaust. Without this collaboration the Holocaust could not happened on the scale we are witnessing from May 1945 until today.
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House Foreign Affairs Committee, U.S. House of Representatives, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Chairman | http://foreignaffairs.house.gov
November 15, 2011. | Ros-Lehtinen Invites Holocaust Survivors to Testify on Lingering Injustices of the Holocaust. Hearing focuses on legal rights of survivors, accountability for railroad company which transported victims to death camps
(WASHINGTON) – U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is holding a hearing tomorrow titled “Righting the Enduring Wrongs of the Holocaust: Insurance Accountability and Rail Justice.” The hearing will focus on the injustice faced by Holocaust victims and their survivors.
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Many will critique how I supported the issues, but this is my point-of -view. We all know the tragic events of this aggressive war in Europe: 50 million dead, millions of injured and displaced, The Cold War and 6 million Jews murdered.
It is very easy to make a critique, but we have to tell the story, in order to make sense of your civilization. The Holocaust should never happen again!

Hedi Enghelberg
March 2013, Fort Lauderdale.


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     I think The Trains of the Holocaust, would be very interesting.  
 Socially responsible with a real message.      
We look forward to your work, thank you
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  • File Size: 1918 KB
  • Print Length: 307 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: WWW.ENGPUBLISHING.COM; DIGITAL EDITION | JAN 2014 2013 edition (August 8, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004C44N58
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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This is not a review, but I recently contacted the author regarding the possible use of DRB Class 52 52 5448-7 for transportation of individuals during the Holocaust. At the Leipzig Hauptbahnhof, there is an informative display plaque, but when I visited the exhibit there I did not have a chance to read it. While I was there I did not get the impression the trains on display were even used during the Nazi era, and only started questioning their uses once I returned to the US. The author requested I post the correspondence here.

Hello,

I was recently in Leipzig and saw some trains at the Hauptbahnhof there. I didn't realize the engine there (DRB Class 52) was built beginning in 1940 from what I've read now that I'm home in the US. I don't remember the exhibit information there mentioning anything about this engine being used to transport people to Poland. I know there was an special holocaust train exhibit in Potsdam back in 2008. Is there a list of equipment used for that purpose? This is really just for my peace of mind... I feel uncomfortable now having stood next to an engine that might have been used for that purpose. The engine number is 52 5448-7.

Thanks und veilen dank,

R M Coker
Houston, TX
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent History of the Holocaust November 2, 2011
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This author presents and detailed and vivid history of the scary extermination methods used by the barbarians of history. This book is a must read and presents the Who What When Where of the Holocaust in unprecedented detail and accuracy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Detailed steps I have been missing in the Holocaust! April 28, 2011
By Aaron
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As a side note; I think I have seen every Holocaust documentary there is to see on the Discovery Channels out there.
Also, ever since my wife and I got married 13 years ago, she has been having nightmares that she is in concentration camps; don't know why.
Perhaps she has been there in her previous life? Who knows!
I have been always very fascinated how Hitler accelerated in technology at that time.
Technology is one of my main interests in life.
Our family is leading the most advanced technological program advancements in the world today.

Life is short and very precious!

I think it is very difficult to forget these times. Very difficult!
It's like a young child that experiences a traumatic event in his/her life, than the mind barricades the events to self-protect; as you know, the events always surface. No one will forget, they hate us too much!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Poor writing detracts from potential value of work February 21, 2011
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I am of Jewish ancestry and I have family that survived the Nazi horrors and some that perished in the war. For this reason I was very interested in reading this book hoping to increase my knowledge and comprehension of those terrible events. It may be that my keen interest led to even more disappointment but I find this book is so poorly written as to be unreadable.

I realize this is in complete disagreement with one other review here but one should note that reviewer is mentioned in the "foreword" of the book as a friend of the author (location 124). I put foreword in quotes because the book lacks so much organization that it is impossible to discern its actual structure. The person is mentioned in what is listed as a "forward note."

I only read about 20% of the book. I was unable to continue because of its many grammatical, punctuation, and sentence structure errors. At times I had to read a paragraph three and four times and I was still left wondering what point the author was trying to make. There are also many problems with paragraphs being repeated whole on various pages. It appears some of these are just careless cut and paste errors. I found several tables containing information on train schedules, number of deaths, etc. that were in Spanish (see location 713). I am writing these comments about the English version but I happen to be a fluent Spanish speaker. I could understand these tables but this type of glaring error detracts from what could have been a book of some value.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Important subject poorly put together April 1, 2011
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This is a collections of articles poorly put together with phrases which should have been translated from the original language into English plus it has quite a few typing or grammatical errors or plain mistakes e.g. Wannsee being East of Berlin whereas it is to the West between Potsdam and Berlin. Also the last half of the book is in the writers native language, Spanish, which is not mentioned in the preview. All in all I am glad I only spent $2.99 on the Kindle version.
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Hedi Enghelberg (born August 14, 1957) is a Mechanical Engineer (ICB, University of Bucharest, 1982) and was granted an M.Sc ("Toar Sheni") by Israel's Department of Education in 1984. In 1986, Hedi Enghelberg moved to Venezuela and currently resides in South Florida. His father, Moises Enghelberg (1919-1985) was very active in the Rumanian Oil Industry.

An author of numerous published books, articles and poetry, Hedi Enghelberg was born in Moineşti, Bacău County, Romania to a Jewish Romanian family, Moises and Draga. His mother, Draga (Dorina) Argintaru, was evacuated from her native Moinesti to the Bacau Jewish Ghetto during World War II (1940), and was liberated and returned to Moinesti in the fall of 1944.
Hedi's first book, is a historical biography and a tribute to his father. Entitled "Escape del Ultimo Tren de Auschwitz" the book provides a brief history of World War II, the concentration camps, the persecutions Moises endured as a Jewish prisoner in the Romanian and German forced labor camps during World War II (1941-1944),and his escape on August 23-24th, 1944 from the last train headed to Auschwitz for extermination, only to be returned by the Russians who had driven the Germans back at the end of the war, to the continued Jewish persecution in Romania throughout the Cold War under Ceaucescu's communist regime. after two attemps, Moises Enghelberg was finally able to immigrate to Israel and freedom in December 16th, 1983 and celebrated the only and last birthday he was ever to experience free from persecution as a Jew on August 8, 1984.

Enghelberg has also written articles for Spanish-language publications in Venezuela, such as El Globo, El Universal, El Diario de Caracas, and NMI. He wrote more than 100 articles for www.ireport.com and CNN.

Published works:
Fiction:
- Poemas del Medio Dia, Paper 2009 + E-books digital
- The-H-Clone, paper 2003 + E-books digital
- The Block 19 Project

Nonfiction:
- Escape del Ultimo Tren de Auschwitz, Paper 2000, 2009 + E-books digital
- Cyberterrorismo, Paper 2003, 2010 + E-books digital
- Codename: Capital, Paper 2009 + E-books digital
- Interview with Nathan Weiss and other published articles and notes, English, 2010, E-books digital


SPECIAL NOTE: Les agradesco a todos los compradores de mis libros y a los que han descargado las ediciones digitales en su Kindle y/o iPad. | Thanks to all patrons fOr purchasing or downloagind my books.

More about Hedi Enghelberg's books and articles on www.engpublishing.com
For many other articles please visit www.ireport.com (www.cnn.com)

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