Goodrich writes,

“Lucky in these cases, most clergymen were not so fortunate. Many died in the prescribed Marxist manner: Bullet to the neck and skull bashed to bits. For some Soviets, nuns were an especial target of debasement. Reveals a priest from Klosterbrueck:

“‘They had been tortured and raped by officers for several hours. Finally they returned, their faces swollen and beaten black and blue. . . . [At] the neighboring village. . . . the Russians made all the nuns assemble in one room.

“‘Some of the younger nuns had managed to hide in the nick of time, in the water-cistern up in the attic. The rest of them were treated in a dreadful manner. They tried to defend themselves, but it was of no avail.

“‘They were brutally raped by the Russians,—even the oldest nuns, who were eighty. For four hours the Russians ransacked the house, behaving like wild animals. In the morning they then boasted in the village that there were no longer any virgins at the convent.’

“‘The nuns were completely exhausted when they came back. . . .We all sat there huddled together in one small room and prayed.’”[24]

When cities and towns basically ceased to exist, the Russian army focused on the countryside.

“Barns were burned, grain destroyed, even orchards and nurseries were chopped down or deliberately flattened by armored vehicles. Relates a Russian soldier:





“‘A lieutenant unsheathed a knife, walked up to a cow, and struck her a death-blow at the base of the skull. The cow’s legs folded under, and she fell, while the rest of the herd, bellowing madly, stampeded and ran away.

“The officer wiped the sharp edge on his boots and said: ‘My father wrote to me that the Germans had taken a cow from us. Now we are even.’”[25]


 The historical evidence is now clear: it is ludicrous to apply the adjective “unique” to “Nazi Holocaust.” German civilians had to endure a lot worse.

We certainly have been hoodwinked by the Holocaust establishment and the Zionist narrative, but there is hope. And Goodrich’s Hellstorm is certainly a superb material in this ideological war precisely because Goodrich plays by the historical rules.[26] He documents,

“Old men who had feebly tried to protect their wives, daughters and granddaughters, were themselves knocked down, then sawed in half or chopped to bits.

“A group of over fifty French POWs and Polish workers who had instinctively stepped in to protect the people were likewise castrated and killed.”[27]

Because of these atrocities, many of the well-known places in Germany quickly became vacant. Citing a physician with the army by the name of Lt. Heinrich Amberger, Goodrich writes, “Neither in Nemmersdorf nor in the other places did I find a single living German civilian.” Amberger previously declared,

“On the road through Nemmersdorf, near the bridge . . . I saw where a whole trek of refugees had been rolled over by Russian tanks; not only the wagons and teams, but also a goodly number of civilians, mostly women and children. . . .

“[They] had been squashed flat by the tanks. At the edge of the road and in the farm yards lay quantities of corpses of civilians who evidently . . . had been murdered systematically.”[28]

Another witness recounted,

“In the farmyard further down the road stood a cart, to which four naked women were nailed through their hands in a cruciform position. . . . Beyond . . . stood a barn and to each of its two doors a naked woman was nailed through the hands, in a crucified posture.

“In the dwellings we found a total of seventy-two women, including children, and one old man, 74, all dead . . . all murdered in a bestial manner, except only a few who had bullet holes in their necks. Some babies had their heads bashed in.

“In one room we found a woman, 84 years old, sitting on a sofa . . . half of whose head had been sheared off with an ax or a spade.”[29]


 In short, from 1944 to 1947, it was the worst time in history to be a German. Goodrich continues,

“For millions of Germans cut off on the Baltic coast by the rapid Russian advance, only one avenue of escape remained open—the sea. Even here, however, Soviet aircraft controlled the skies above and submarines prowled unseen below.

“In the various ports along the coast, thousands upon thousands of ragged, frozen refugees pressed to the water’s edge in hopes of landing a spot on one of the few vessels available. The numbers were so great and the fear so consuming that efforts to board when ships did dock often resembled riots.

“‘The crush to get on board was just terrible,’ a witness wrote from Pillau. ‘I saw a pram being squeezed out of all recognition by the pushing masses. One old man fell into the water and there was nothing one could do in the crush—also it was so cold he would have died on hitting the water.’

“Because armed guards had orders to evacuate as many women and children as possible, babies were used like tickets, with half-crazed mothers tossing infants down to relatives on the pier. Some children landed safely; some did not.

“If anything, the situation at Gotenhafen was even more horrific. As the Wilhelm Gustloff made ready to take on passengers in late January 1945, the ship’s crew were stunned by what they saw.

“‘There must have been 60,000 people on the docks . . . ,’ remembered second engineer,Walter Knust.

“‘[A]s soon as we let down the gangways people raced forward and pushed their way in. In the confusion a lot of children got separated from their parents. Either the kids got on board leaving their parents on the harbor or the children were left behind as their parents got pushed forward by the throng.’

“A former cruise liner designed to accommodate two thousand passengers and crew, by the time the Gustloff cast ropes on January 30, the beautiful white ship had taken on as many as six thousand refugees. Even so, as she backed away from port, her path was blocked by smaller craft jammed with people.

“‘Take us with you,’ the refugees cried. ‘Save the children!’

“‘We put down nets and everybody on the small ships scrambled up as best they could,’ said the Gustloff ’s radio operator, Rudi Lange.

“‘As we got under way I think I remember being told by one of the ship’s officers to send a signal that another 2,000 people had come aboard…’”[30]

“When rescue ships later reached the scene, they pulled from the icy waters a mere nine hundred survivors. All else—roughly 7,000 men, women and children—were lost.

“Even then, however, the nightmare did not end. When rescue vessels touched land, scores of victims were disembarked at Gotenhafen.

“Thus, in less than twenty-four hours, after a harrowing night of incredible terror, some refugees found themselves on the very docks they had hoped to leave, once again searching desperately for a way to escape.”[31]


We must never forget that the leaders of the Allied Forces—Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill—are largely responsible for what happened to the German civilians during that time. As Goodrich rightly puts it;

“Despite the obvious dissimilarities of the men, intellectual as well as physical, each shared a characteristic with the other that shrank into insignificance all outer contradictions—all three harbored an inveterate hatred of not only Adolf Hitler and Nazism, but Germans and Germany.”[32]

Churchill was probably the most dishonest of them all precisely because he wrote in 1920 that the Bolshevik Revolution sought to bring down Western civilization.[33] He even wrote specifically that

“It is sheer humbug to pretend that it [Bolshevism] is not far worse than German militarism.”[34]

Churchill unambiguously moved on to declare,

“Bolshevism is not a policy, it is a disease…civilization is being completely extinguished over gigantic areas while Bolsheviks hop and caper like troops of ferocious baboons aid the ruins of cities and the corpses of their victims. I will not submit to be beaten by the baboons.”[35]

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Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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