Soviet archives, their contents analyzed for the first time,
reveal that claims of atrocities leveled at captives during Nuremberg’s theatre-trials were of Soviet doing. Meantime, media continues to recycle ‘Nazi confessions’ obtained through torture despite evidence of Soviet not German culpability.
There is not a shred of evidence admissible in any conventional court that Hitler’s Germany produced vehicles for gassing prisoners. There is no such uncertainty over the origins of such dreadful innovation, as gassing vans have since proven to be of NKVD origin.
The head of the NKVD was Nikolai Yezhov. The Lithuanian Jew and self-confessed shirt-lifter (homosexual) was a 4’11” dwarf. An insatiable killer Nikolai Yezhov was dubbed ‘the Iron Commissar’. NKVD officers were awarded various awards based on numbers of victims and extremes of brutalities used. Not once has this mass killer’s identity been revealed by western media. The Soviet Union’s Narodny Komissariat Vnutrennih Del or People’s Commissariat of Internal Affairs (NKVD) was a Secret Police division set up by Wall Street financed Bolsheviks. Its stated purpose was to liquidate by all means possible millions of ‘surplus’ Russians and Central Europeans.
During the 1930s NKVD officer, Isay Berg was charged with the execution of prisoners ordered by the NKVD (court) troika of Moscow Oblast. Following conviction, the normal procedure was to transport prisoners to mass graves of Butovo for execution by shooting. When three troikas (courts) were concurrently in session the graveside killers experienced difficulty in dealing with the large numbers delivered for execution.
Great Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn is undoubtedly the most credible historian to chronicle the terrible decades of Bolshevik suppression. It was the Bolsheviks, not the Reich, that murdered on an industrial scale.
The former Gulag prisoner writes:
The gas wagon (Russian: душегубка (dushegubka) was invented and used by the Soviet secret police NKVD in the late 1930s during the Great Purge. The vehicle had an air-tight compartment for victims, into which exhaust fumes were transmitted while the engine was running. The victims were gassed with carbon monoxide, resulting in death by monoxide poisoning and suffocation.
The gas van’s 1936 designer was Isay Davidovich Berg, the Jewish head of the administrative and economic department of the NKVD of Moscow Oblast. These vans manufactured in the local Ford-built plant were the means of suffocating prisoners in batches with engine fumes while en route to the mass graves at Butovo where prisoners were subsequently buried.
Berg’s method was to strip the victims naked, tether them, plug their mouths and throw them into a closed truck. Each van disguised from the outside as a bread van. During transportation exhaust gases were piped into the body of the van. When delivered to the farthest (execution) ditch those arrested were already dead.
It was Berg’s suggestion that these vehicles were of the widely used GAZ-AA truck chassis (licensed American model Ford AA truck 1929). In October 1931 a Model AA was the first vehicle produced at Ford’s own new Dagenham plant in England. Ford licensed the manufacture of the Model A and AA to a variety of nations, notably the Soviet Union. More than 985,000 GAZ AAs were built in USSR from 1932 to 1950.