Why are we told that the nazis executed people for being disabled?
Are we meant to believe that Hitler killed cripples from WW1 and even soldiers who were injured during WW2?
Who told you that?
For some reason, whenever discussion of the Nazis comes about, there are a lot of allegations that "they" make a lot of outrageous and flagrantly untrue claims, and lots of anons blindly agree to this without ever actually questioning who "they" are and if "they" even actually said it.
Not to mention that "they" often end up being a lone kook whose words are taken to represent an entire viewpoint (e.g. "The Holocaust was a lie because some random Jewish guy claimed he saw lions and oven roller-coasters in the camps")
Just some observations.
Losing an arm or a leg doesn't mean you can't work.
The Nazis killed people who were born with learning disabilities and severe physical disabilities if they became wards of the state.
Mainly midgets or mentally ill/handicapped.
They weren't killed they were abandoned. If you were seen as a medical lost cause the Germans would drop your medical insurances. As you can tell it ended with asylum inmates dying alone and unable to fend for themselves.
lol nazi apologists and their strawmen
they killed people with inherited disabilities not war veterans
now lets hear the one about how there werent enough ovens to burn 6m jews. then ill point out that jews were not all burned, and tell you to google "einsatzgruppen"
honestly is there anyone dumber than nazis
>it was real in my mind
>Who told you that?
Many movies, one in particular where they threw an old man in a wheelchair out of his apartment window for being in a wheelchair. It was a popular "historical" film too, I think it was Ann Frank or the Pianist.
Also heard it from teachers. Now that I think about it its probably about as true as the "turning Jews into soap & lampshades" thing. Hitler was a socialist after all...
Couldn't find it but stumbled upon this:
It really does reign true that the victors write history, I bet slavery wasn't as bad as the claims that are accepted as historical fact. Don't get me wrong, terribly wrong but there seem to be some off the rocker stories and exaggerations.
I only found a synopsis of the scene and its more brutal than that. It's indeed from the pianist.
>Nazis throw a family's grandfather off the balcony in front of them
>force the family, children and all, guilty of hiding a disabled person, to run away through the street as they drive and gun them down
>they run over the still wringing in pain grandfather
Any historical account of this?