What was the Hair Used For?

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What was the Hair Used For?

Post by montgomery » Thu Oct 04, 2018 3:52 am

This is a poll and here are the choices:

Evidence of Evil | The New Yorker
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1993 ... ce-of-evil
Nov 15, 1993 - One box contained approximately twenty pounds of human hair. ... The Nazis did not just murder millions of men, women, and children ... I have been told that some of the products manufactured in those plants may still be in use in German ... Michel, a Jewish survivor of Auschwitz, who, along with another ...
Jewish Currents | January 4: Human Hair
https://jewishcurrents.org/jewdayo-grid ... uman-hair/
Jan 4, 2015 - The “combed-out and cut-off women's hair,” a previous order had ... of the products manufactured in those plants may still be in use in German ...
German car firm 'used hair from Auschwitz' | The Independent
https://www.independent.co.uk › News › World › Europe
Mar 3, 2009 - One of the pillars of German industry, the giant but debt-crippled ... cloth made from inmates' hair had been discovered at a former Schaeffler textile ... to the Jewish-owned Davistan AG concern on which the Schaeffler empire ...
Humanities 221
https://www.geneseo.edu/~easton/HolocaustHUMNnotes.htm
5,860,000 were Jews (this number is often rounded off as "six million"). ... Systematic attacks on Jews had begun in the spring of 1941, coinciding with the German .... Hair shaving and tooth pulling: Prisoners who entered the camps were told ... After the camps were liberated the Allies found other Nazi uses for body parts.
Hair into garments - Axis History Forum
https://forum.axishistory.com › Axis History › Holocaust & 20th Century War Crimes
Jun 1, 2003 - They saw]b] masses of hair shorn from victims for shipment to German textile[/b] ... that was then used to weave textiles for verious uses, including clothing. ..... on this train travelling issue...did Jews being transported, say, from ...

And finally, we can add to that the choice of 'nothing'. Because the pictures of the Jews in the gas chambers show them with their hair intact. And some with very nice hair too.

Is it possible that some of those hair products are still in use in Germany today? OOOOOooooooooooo!
And have nay of those products been exported out of Germany? Now that's a scary though

Of all of the different ideas, I like the textiles idea the best! It just makes so much sense! :oops: