[20]​, A su regreso a Alemania, Gröning vivió con los suegros de su padre. "I ask for forgiveness. Genealogy for Oskar Teofilus Gröning (1889 - 1939) family tree on Geni, with over 190 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. "[6] The man recommended a pamphlet by Holocaust denier Thies Christophersen. [15]​ Su superior, un SS-Untersturmführer, lo escuchó, pero le recordó la promesa que él y sus camaradas habían jurado y regresó al trabajo, consciente del hecho de que podía manipular su vida en Auschwitz de forma que pudiera evitar ser testigo de los aspectos más desagradables del campo de concentración. [5]:167 A comrade later showed him the bodies being burnt in a pit. One and a half million Jews were murdered in Auschwitz. Opinión sobre el negacionismo del Holocausto, «An SS Officer Remembers: The Bookkeeper from Auschwitz», «El contador de Auschwitz, Oskar Gröning se declaro moralmente culpable». His responsibilities included counting and sorting the money taken from prisoners, and he was in charge of the personal property of arriving prisoners. [3]​ Influido por sus valores familiares, sintió que el nazismo era provechoso para Alemania y creía que los nazis “eran las personas que querían lo mejor para Alemania y que harían algo al respecto”. El puesto que tenía en la administración cumplía sus aspiraciones, pero en 1942 las SS ordenaron que los trabajos de oficina debían estar reservados a los veteranos heridos y que los miembros aptos en cargos administrativos debían dedicarse a deberes más demandantes. [5]:142, The next day, Gröning and the other arrivals reported to the central SS administrative building and were asked about their background before the war. [4]​ Participó en la quema de libros escritos por judíos y otros autores que los nazis consideraban degenerados, bajo la creencia de que estaba ayudando a que Alemania se liberara de una cultura extranjera y consideraba que el nacionalsocialismo estaba teniendo un efecto positivo en la economía, al apuntar a un descenso del desempleo. Gröning dijo que su padre se mostró decepcionado cuando se enteró de ello al regresar a casa después de haberse inscrito. I saw the gas chambers. He was posted at Auschwitz concentration camp during the World War II. [5]:301, He also wrote memoirs for his family,[5]:300 consisting of 87 pages. I saw the crematoria. En su lugar, puso en el formulario que le habían dado los británicos que trabajó para la SS-Wirtschafts-Verwaltungshauptamt. [7]​ Cuando preguntó más, sus colegas le confirmaron que los judíos estaban siendo exterminados y esto se relacionaba con el transporte que había llegado la noche anterior. I share morally in the guilt but whether I am guilty under criminal law, you will have to decide. Oskar lived in between 1876 and 1880, at address. "[19] Gröning's defence lawyer, Hans Holtermann, was quoted as saying that he would review the verdict before deciding whether to appeal. Oskar Gröning (sometimes transliterated as Oscar Groening in English; 10 June 1921 – 9 March 2018) was a German SS junior squad leader who was stationed at the Auschwitz concentration camp.His responsibilities included counting and sorting the money taken from prisoners, and he was in charge of the personal property of arriving prisoners. [17]​ Fue herido y enviado al hospital de campaña antes de volver a su unidad, que finalmente se rindió a los británicos el 10 de junio de 1945. [5]:166–167 They were told that a number of Jews who were being taken to the gas chambers had escaped and hidden in the woods. Murió Oskar Gröning, el "contador de Auschwitz" que había sido condenado por el asesinato de 300.000 judíos. The new arrivals were curious about what function Auschwitz served. Golpeó la cabeza del bebe contra el lado de hierro de un camión hasta que se quedó en silencio. [5]:142 Gröning was surprised at the myriad food items available in addition to basic SS rations. One night towards the end of 1942, Gröning and others in their SS barracks on the outskirts of Birkenau were awakened by an alarm. [5]:298 He described his part in the extermination machine as an involuntary "small cog in the gears", which gave him involuntary guilt in turn. Ever since Oskar Groeningwas a child, he was highly interested in the military, which could have been because his grandfather was a soldier in his youth. [19]​ Se convirtió en jefe de personal y fue nombrado juez honorario del tribunal para casos industriales. [17]​ Se alimentó con buena comida, ganó dinero y trabajó en las Midlands y Escocia dando conciertos por cuatro meses, cantando himnos alemanes y música popular inglesa para agradar al público británico. [2]​ Gröning obtuvo una copia y se la envió a Christophersen, tras escribir su propio comentario sobre ella, que incluía estas palabras: Desde entonces, Gröning empezó a recibir llamadas telefónicas y cartas de extraños que intentaban decirle que Auschwitz no era en realidad un lugar para exterminar a seres humanos en cámaras de gas. [6], Gröning did not consider himself guilty of any crime, because he was in no way directly involved in the killing. [2]​ Al reunirse con su esposa, dijo «Mujer, haznos un favor: no preguntes». [17]​, Como prisionero de guerra, se percató que declarar su «participación en el campo de concentración de Auschwitz tendría una respuesta negativa», por lo que intentó no llamar atención hacia ese hecho. Immediately someone opened the door and shouted "Transport! El niño estaba tendido en la rampa, envuelto en harapos. Oskar Groening was born on 10 June, 1921 in Nienberg, Lower Saxony, Germany. Gröning was notable as a German willing to make public statements about his experience as an SS soldier, which were self-incriminating and which exposed his life to public scrutiny. Llegó a decirle a Gröning cómo era imposible que tantos cuerpos hubieran sido quemados y que el volumen de gas que se suponía había sido usado habría matado a todos los seres vivos en los alrededores.[21]​. [21]​ Afirmó que su mensaje a los negacionistas del Holocausto era: Gröning también escribió unas 87 páginas de memorias para su familia.[21]​[2]​. [12]​ Gröning también escuchó: Tras presenciar esta escena, Gröning acudió a su jefe a quien dijo que ya no era capaz de trabajar en Auschwitz: sostuvo que si la exterminación de los judíos era necesaria, «entonces, por lo menos, debe ser realizada dentro de cierto marco.»[12]​ El oficial superior denegó la petición de Gröning. The BBC’s Oskar Groening “I Saw the Gas Chambers” Lie The announcement that former SS so-called “Auschwitz bookkeeper” Oskar Groening will go on trial on April 21, 2014, in Germany, has allowed the mass media—and the BBC in particular—to recycle yet another old hoary lie on the topic: namely that he said in a documentary that he had “seen the gas chambers.” But I do not think the court has acted properly in sentencing him to four years in jail. [5]:142 One of the officers said Gröning's bank clerk skills would be useful, and took him to barracks where the prisoners' money was kept. La Justicia alemania ha fallado que Oskar Gröning, de 96 años, antiguo miembro de las SS y contable en el campo de concentración de Auschwitz, debe entrar en prisión a pesar de su avanzada edad. [4]​, Gröning quería inscribirse en una unidad de élite y se fijó en las Waffen-SS. [5]:287 He said he did this because "the victor's always right", and that things happened at Auschwitz which "did not always comply with human rights". Alma was born on September 25 1876, in Kvistbro Svartå Örebro län. On 12 May 2015, Susan Pollack, an 84-year-old Briton, gave evidence of how she was taken from Hungary to Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen; describing the living conditions encountered at Auschwitz, she said: "I was in a barrack with about 800 other girls ... we were losing weight, we weren't able to use our minds anymore". The child was lying on the ramp, wrapped in rags. Rees points to Gröning's ultra-nationalist upbringing as indication of how he was able to justify the extermination of helpless children. [17]​, Gröning y el resto de sus colegas de las SS fueron encarcelados en un antiguo campo de concentración nazi. After being transferred from Auschwitz to a combat unit in October 1944, Gröning surrendered to the British at the end of the war; his role in the SS was not discovered. [5]:300, It became apparent that his comments condemning Holocaust denial had been printed in a neo-Nazi magazine, and that most of the anonymous calls and letters were "From people who tried to prove that what I had seen with my own eyes, what I had experienced in Auschwitz was a big, big mistake, a big hallucination on my part because it hadn't happened."[5]:300. [5]:139, Gröning stated that his childhood had been one of "discipline, obedience and authority". [7]​, El día siguiente, Gröning y otros recién llegados se presentaron al edificio administrativo central de las SS, donde se les preguntó por su experiencia antes de la guerra. [16]​, La solicitud de Gröning de ser transferido a una unidad en el frente de batalla fue exitosa y, en 1944, se unió a la unidad de la SS que peleaba en Ardenas. Oskar Gröning (10 June 1921 – 9 March 2018)[1] was a German SS Unterscharführer who was stationed at the Auschwitz concentration camp. [5]:140 This allowed the remaining trainees to further their banking careers in a relatively short time; however, despite these opportunities, Gröning and his colleagues were inspired by Germany's quick victories in France and Poland and wanted to contribute. [5]:142 Gröning was informed that money taken from interned Jews was not actually returned to them. El tribunal germano de Lueneburg ha declarado culpable a Oskar Groening, de 94 años de edad, por colaborar en el exterminio masivo de judíos Groening grew up in a disciplined environment and was fascinated with the military from an early age. [6] Because of this, he said his feelings about seeing people and knowing that they had hours to live before being gassed were "very ambiguous". Falleció el 12 de marzo de 2018 a la edad de 96 años, antes de iniciar su sentencia.[23]​. [5]:138 Gröning claims that his superior officer denied this request citing a document he had signed before being posted, forcing him to continue his work.[5]:138. Asimismo, debía asistir al proceso de selección (no para decidir quién era asesinado, sino para proteger las pertenencias de los recién llegados hasta que fueran clasificadas). [10], The trial commenced on 20 April 2015 at Lüneburg Regional Court (Landgericht). On a few occasions he witnessed the procedures of mass killing in the camp. [13] Another witness, Max Eisen, who was 15 years old at the time of entry into Auschwitz, described the brutality of the extermination part of the camp, including extracting gold teeth from dead victims. He smashed the baby's head against the iron side of a truck until it was silent. Vi a otro soldado de las SS agarrar al bebe por las piernas. [5]:142–143, Gröning's responsibilities included sorting and counting the multitude of currencies taken from arriving deportees, sending it to Berlin, and guarding the belongings of arrivals until they were sorted. [5]:139–140 Influenced by his family's values, he felt that Nazism was advantageous to Germany and believed that the Nazis "were the people who wanted the best for Germany and who did something about it. SS-Rottenführer Oskar Grönning fue un militar alemán, antiguo miembro de las Waffen-SS que trabajó en el campo de concentración de Auschwitz durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Oskar Gröning (Nienburg, 10 de juny de 1921 - 12 de març de 2018) va ser un antic militar alemany, Rottenführer de les SS, que treballà al camp de concentració d'Auschwitz durant la Segona Guerra Mundial.Era el comptable, s'ocupava de distribuir les poques pertinences dels presos que arribaven al camp. They were ordered to take pistols and search the woods. [6] A keen stamp collector, he was once at his local philately club's annual meeting, more than 40 years after the war, when he fell into a conversation about politics with the man next to him. [10]​ Dijo que se sorprendió al enterarse del proceso de exterminación,[11]​ pero luego aceptó su participación en él, al decir que su trabajo se convirtió en “rutina” después de varios meses.[10]​. [22] In August 2017, Gröning was judged to be fit for prison. [1]​, Gröning quedó fascinado por los uniformes militares y uno de sus primeros recuerdos es que miraba fotos de su abuelo, quien sirvió en un regimiento de élite del Ducado de Brunswick, subido a un caballo y tocando la trompeta. [5]:141 Gröning and about 22 of his colleagues travelled to Berlin where they reported to one of the SS economic offices. Luego de terminar la escuela, Gröning obtuvo un empleo como aprendiz en un banco; pero, inspirado por las victorias en Francia y Polonia, entró en las Waffen-SS. [5]:141, Gröning described himself as a "desk person" and was content with his role in SS salary administration, which granted him both the administrative and military aspects he wanted from a career. [6] Gröning obtained a copy and mailed it to Christophersen, having written his own commentary on it, which included the words: "I saw everything," he writes. Gröning was fascinated by military uniforms, and one of his earliest memories is of looking at photos of his grandfat… [13]​ Se les dijo que unos cuantos judíos que estaban siendo llevados a las cámaras de gas habían escapado y escondido en el bosque, por lo que se les ordenó tomar sus pistolas y buscarlos. [5]:287 He was later sent to the UK as a forced labourer in 1946 where he had a "very comfortable life". Oskar Gröning: Former SS 'bookkeeper of Auschwitz' to start jail sentence after appeal fails The 96-year-old will soon start his four-year prison term for his role in the murders of 300,000 people. Oskar Groning: Auschwitz guard, 93, on trial for complicity in murder of 300,000. [5]:142 Gröning was told that when prisoners were registered into the camp, their money was stored here and later returned to them when they left. [15] In July, Irene Weiss, an 84-year-old survivor from the United States, testified that her family was torn apart on arrival at Auschwitz in May 1944, during the mass deportation of Hungarian Jews and that she had lost both her parents, four siblings and 13 cousins at Auschwitz. [6]​ La tarea era confidencial: Gröning y sus camaradas debían firmar una declaración por la cual se comprometían a no revelarla a su familia, amigos o personas fuera de su unidad. Oskar Groening, 94, sat impassively as judge Franz Kompisch said 'the defendant is found guilty of accessory to murder in 300,000 legally connected cases' … [3], Gröning was born in June 1921,[4] in Lower Saxony, the son of a skilled textile worker. [5]:140, Gröning left school with high marks and began a traineeship as a bank clerk when he was 17, but war was declared shortly after he started employment and eight of the twenty clerks present were immediately conscripted into the army. The indictment stated that Gröning economically advanced Nazi Germany and aided the systematic killing of 300,000 of the 425,000 Hungarian Jews who were deported to Auschwitz by 137 railway transports during the summer of 1944. Mientras estuvo en el campo de concentración, fue testigo de todo el proceso de matanza. Groening ha admitido a través de una declaración l As a result of such comments, Gröning decided to speak openly about his experiences, and publicly denounce people who maintain the events he witnessed never happened. [14]​ Los hombres de las SS dijeron a Gröning y sus camaradas que podían ir a casa, pero estos decidieron no hacerlo y, en su lugar, dar vueltas por el bosque. Gröning nació en Baja Sajonia, de un padre estricto y conservador que trabajaba en la industria textil. His father, a proud nationalist, joined the Stahlhelm after Germany's defeat in World War I, and his anger at how Germany had been treated following the Treaty of Versaillesincreased as his textile business went bankrupt in 1929 due to insufficient capital. [4]​ Tal situación permitió a los aprendices restantes profundizar sus carreras bancarias en un período relativamente corto; sin embargo, a pesar de estas oportunidades, Gröning y sus colegas fueron entusiasmados por las rápidas victorias alemanas en Francia y Polonia y quisieron contribuir también a ello. The latter court ruled his age was not a valid reason not to send him to jail. The task was top secret: Gröning and his fellow SS men had to sign a declaration that they would not disclose it to family or friends, or people not in their unit. [23] An appeal to the Federal Constitutional Court also failed. I saw another SS soldier grab the baby by the legs. Después de que su madre falleciera cuando tenía 4 años, fue educado estrictamente por su padre, un trabajador textil. [6]​ Gröning y unos 22 de sus colegas viajaron a Berlín, donde se presentaron a una de las oficinas económicas de las SS. His bureaucratic job did not shield him completely from physical acts of the extermination process: as early as his first day, Gröning saw children hidden on the train and people unable to walk who had remained among the rubbish and debris after the selection process had been completed, being shot. [2]​ Como dedicado coleccionista de estampillas, una vez estaba en su reunión anual del club de filatelia, más de 40 años después de la guerra, cuando cayó en una conversación sobre política con otro miembro del club,[21]​ quien le dijo que era «terrible» que el negacionismo del Holocausto fuera ilegal en Alemania. [13], Eva Mozes Kor, who was 10 years old when she arrived at Auschwitz, testified that she and her twin sister were used for the cruel medical experiments conducted by Josef Mengele and that she had lost her parents and older sisters in Auschwitz. [5]:167 The SS men told Gröning and his comrades that they could go home but they decided to hang around in the shadows of the woods. [5]:165 He related that he was astonished to learn of the extermination process,[5]:143 but later accepted his part in it, stating that his work became "routine" after several months.[5]:165. Oskar married Alma Olivia Gröning (born Olsdotter) on month day 1896, at age 22 at marriage place. [5]:142 They were told that they should find out for themselves because Auschwitz was a special kind of concentration camp. Oskar Gröning is a German ex- SS junior squad leader. Este cambio dio lugar a la culminación de la carrera de Gröning en las SS: su despliegue en Auschwitz. [1] He joined the Scharnhorst, the Stahlhelm's youth organisation as a small boy in the 1930s, and later the Hitler Youth when the Nazis came to power in 1933. Haz tu selección entre imágenes premium sobre Oskar Gröning de la más alta calidad. [5]:142 When he inquired further, his colleagues confirmed that the Jews were being systematically exterminated and that this had included the transport of prisoners who had arrived the previous night. He declared that he manipulated his life at Auschwitz so as to avoid witnessing the camp's most unpalatable aspects. [6], After witnessing this, Gröning claimed, he went to his boss and told him that he could not work at Auschwitz anymore, stating that if the extermination of the Jews is necessary, "then at least it should be done within a certain framework". Una madre lo había dejado atrás, tal vez porque sabía que las mujeres con niños eran enviadas a las cámaras de gas de inmediato. Entonces, vieron como un hombre de las SS se puso una máscara de gas y vació una lata de Zyklon B en una escotilla en la pared de la cabaña. při třídění věcí zavražděných Židů nebo při tzv. ", causing three or four people to leave the room. [5]:141 Once this had concluded, they were split into smaller groups and taken to various Berlin stations where they boarded a train in the direction of Katowice with orders to report to the commandant of Auschwitz, a place Gröning had not heard of before. [5]:138 Gröning also heard: ...a baby crying. State prosecutors managed to charge the defendant on a legal precedent set in 2011 by the conviction of the former Sobibor extermination camp guard John Demjanjuk by a court in Munich for his presence as a guard at the camp rather than for a specific act of murder. [6]​, Después de llegar al campo principal, les asignaron literas provisionales en los barracones de las SS y fueron calurosamente saludados por miembros de las SS que les dieron algo de comer. El llanto lo había molestado. Gröning no dijo nada en respuesta a estos comentarios[21]​ y solo replicó: «Sé un poco más sobre eso, lo deberíamos discutir en algún momento». However, more than 40 years later, he decided to make his activities at Auschwitz public after learning about Holocaust denial. [2]​ El hombre le recomendó un panfleto de Thies Christophersen. El contable de Auschwitz, Oskar Groening, ha reconocido este miércoles nuevamente su culpa. [2]​ Su padre, un orgulloso nacionalista, se hizo miembro del Stahlhelm después de la derrota de Alemania en la Primera Guerra Mundial y su rabia sobre cómo Alemania había sido tratada a partir del tratado de Versalles aumentó cuando su negocio textil quebró en 1929 por no disponer de capital suficiente. [7]​ Gröning afirmó que se le dijo que, cuando los prisioneros eran registrados al ingresar al campo, su dinero era depositado allí y se les devolvería cuando dejaran el campo. Oskar Groening was born on June 10, 1921 in Nienburg, Lower Saxony, Germany, German, is War Criminal. [4]​, Gröning terminó la escuela con altas calificaciones y comenzó una pasantía como aprendiz de empleado bancario cuando tenía 17 años, pero la guerra estalló poco después de que hubiera ocupado su puesto y de que ocho de los veinte empleados fueran llamados inmediatamente a filas. "[5]:288 Gröning said that this request was respected. They had 9 children: Oskar Ragnar Gröning, Carl Almar Gröning and 7 other children. [1]​, Gröning sostiene que su infancia estuvo caracterizada por la “disciplina, obediencia y autoridad”. They watched as an SS man put on a gas mask and emptied a tin of Zyklon B into a hatch in the cottage wall. [5]:168, Gröning's application to transfer to a unit on the front-line was successful, and in 1944 he joined an SS unit fighting in the Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes. [7]​ Gröning quedó sorprendido por la gran cantidad de alimentos disponibles, fuera de las raciones básicas de las SS y su grupo tenía curiosidad de saber qué clase de lugar era Auschwitz;[7]​ sin embargo, se les dijo que descubrirían por sí mismo por qué Auschwitz era un tipo especial de campo de concentración; inmediatamente después, alguien abrió la puerta y gritó: “¡Transporte!”, lo que llevó a que tres o cuatro personas dejaran la sala. [17]​ Lo hizo porque «el vencedor siempre tiene la razón» y porque las cosas que sucedieron en Auschwitz «no siempre cumplieron con los derechos humanos». [5]:287 He ate good food and earned money, and travelled through the Midlands and Scotland giving concerts for four months, singing German hymns and traditional English folk songs to appreciative British audiences. Oskar Groening espera su veredicto en un juicio en Luneburgo (Alemania) en 2015. [5]:140, Gröning wanted to join an elite army unit and set his sights on joining the Schutzstaffel. [5]:167–168 His boss listened but reminded him of the pledge that he and his fellow SS men made. Oskar Gröning, 94 años, pagará al final de su vida por los crímenes que cometió cuando era un veinteañero. In 2015 Oskar Groening, 96, was given a four-year prison sentence for being accessory to murder of 300,000 Jews in the camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. [6]​ Luego de esta etapa, fueron separados en grupos más pequeños y fueron llevados a varias estaciones berlinesas, donde abordaron un tren con dirección a Katowice, con órdenes de presentarse ante el comandante de Auschwitz, un lugar del que Gröning nunca había oído con anterioridad. [14]​, La tranquilidad relativa que el trabajo de Gröning le daba fue nuevamente interrumpida y, una vez más, se quejó con su jefe. [5]:167 When his group arrived at the extermination area of the camp they saw a farmhouse, in front of which were SS men and the bodies of seven or eight prisoners who had been caught and shot. In September 2014, Gröning was charged by German prosecutors as an accessory to murder in 300,000 cases, for his role at the Auschwitz concentration camp. [6]​ He was the son of a textile worker and a proud nationalist. [5]:144, Gröning said that the screams of those in the gas chambers had never left him, and he never returned to Auschwitz because of his shame. As a child, Groening joined the Scharnhorst, and then joined the Hitler Youth organization just a few years later in 1933. The crying had bothered him. [6] His father, a nationalist and strict conservative, joined Der Stahlhelm after Germany's defeat in the First World War (during which his father had lost an eye),[7] and his father's anger at how Germany had been treated following the Treaty of Versailles increased as his textile business went bankrupt in 1929 due to insufficient capital. His trial began in April 2015, after the court had ruled that, at the age of 93, he was still fit to stand trial. Sus responsabilidades incluían contar y clasificar el dinero robado a los prisioneros exterminados y custodiar otras pertenencias de prisioneros en el campo antes de que fueran saqueados. He was eventually transferred to Britain as a prisoner of war and worked as a farm labourer. Oskar Gröning told the court: ‘Before the victims, I admit to moral guilt here with regret and humility. "[6] He was unable to regain his job at the bank due to having been a member of the SS, so he got a job at a glass factory, working his way up to a management position. Seventy years after the liberation of Auschwitz, a former guard is on trial. A Kapo there told him details of the burning, such as how gases developed in the body and made the burning corpses move. Oskar Gröning (10 June 1921 – 9 March 2018) was a German SS Unterscharführer who was stationed at the Auschwitz concentration camp.His responsibilities included counting and sorting the money taken from prisoners, and he was in charge of the personal property of arriving prisoners. [2] Following a number of unsuccessful appeals against the prison sentence, Gröning died on 9 March 2018 while hospitalized before he was set to begin his sentence. [5]:288, Gröning led a normal middle-class life after the war. Oskar Groeninggraduated from high school in 1938. [5]:139 Gröning said that he thought at the time that it was justified due to all the Nazi propaganda he had been subjected to, in that Germany's enemies were being destroyed,[5]:139 which to him made the tools of their destruction (such as gas chambers) of no particular significance. [12]​, Una noche, hacia fines de 1942, Gröning y sus camaradas en los barracones en el campo de las SS en las afueras de Birkenau fueron despertados por una alarma. [6] Upon being reunited with his wife, he said: "Girl, do both of us a favour: don't ask. Luego de ser transferido a una unidad activa en 1944, Gröning fue capturado por los británicos el 10 de junio de 1945, cuando su unidad se rindió. Gröning was born in Lower Saxony as the son of a strict conservative and skilled textile worker. [17], On 15 July 2015, he was found guilty of being an accessory to the murder of at least 300,000 Jews. 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