In the beginning, the reader was confronted with two questions, the answers will be given (in this chapter). Information was produced, so that certain aspects will surely be clearer now.

To begin with: Why did the Jews give no report? Two reasons. First: how should they know the the "West" does not know where they are? The German authorities always declared that Jews would go to the east. They were unduely transported quite openly to the east. What they could not know was, what Hitler, who had it systematically camouflaged, meant when he said "the east". Furthermore, they cannot know what measures Stalin took to obliterate the small circle of German insiders, who knew where this "east" lay. Many of the Jews who wanted to immigrate, simply could not reach the west because of financial reasons. The impression that prevailed was that »....our people don't want us« [481]. The Soviets did their utmost to nourish this assumption, calling Israel "the worst of all states". I believe I have amply proven that the Soviet Union systematically blocked all contacts. Should a young Jew actually reach the west, how could he prove his identity, how could he legitimate himself? Would he not be declassified as a provocative lunatic, even if his case seemed credible, and would one not say that his madness is the result of the Auschwitz syndrom? Furthermore: Why did none of the Germans involved and accused of mass murder defend themselves, if everything was so strait forward? The inner circle who knew what actually happened, who knew more than "the Jews are going to the east", was surely quite small. Aside from the men on top (Hitler, Himmler, Heydrich) only a few knew about it, and they were "on site". One should consider that for the realisation, (of the exodus) only a few really had to know what happened. Why should someone like Eichmann know, where the Jews were transported to? No doubt, far less were probably involved in its execution than the reader might assume. Those who were on site on the German side, were surely all captured by the Soviet Union as Beloruthenia was retaken. I would suppose that furthermore, certain top secret statements existed which fell into the hands of the Soviets in Berlin, naming all the involved. Here, the problem of credibility begins. If a person like Stangl - as commandant of Treblinka, he might have known something - declared that the Jews were transported to the east, to Minsk, who would have believed him, and - what else could he have said? In the meantime, the reader might pose an entirely different question.

What about the breath-taking development of the Soviet Union? Does there not exist a Supreme Soviet, which proclaims laws deemed impossible for the Soviet Union, which make it improbable for Belorus to "remain in the dark"? Yes, but only if these laws had been enforced there! The dilemma was solved through a sophisticated plan: Tschernobyl. The following report on July 13, 1990 states:

»The Supreme Soviet in Minsk has declared the Soviet Republic of Belorus a state of ecological emergency.... The Representative of Belorus at the United Nations has been authorized to declare this to the general world public. According to ADN (German News), this decision was made following a hearing on the after-effects of the reactor catastrophe in Tschernobyl (April 1986), which also effected Belorus very strongly. As for Belorus, all directives from the Soviet Ministry and State Committees , which would hinder the "realisation of the republic programming to overcome the catastrophe" had been suspended.« [482]

Again, concerning Belorus, something extraordinary happens which documents its special role. Tschernobyl lies in the Ukraine, but the Ukraine does not yet enact any such programme! The consequences, which the above stipulations have in store for Belorus, are apparent. To put a lid on it, the following passage was proclaimed on August 3, 1990:

»The Soviet Union has closed down all roads and railway lines at the border to Poland for Soviet citizens. Moscow television explained that the government ordered this regulation, to bring smuggle trafficking and extorsion to an end.« [483]

Now to the questions. In the foregoing chapters, the compiled facts have provoked many querries. In part, they were dealt with in the appropiate chapter, in part they were not. Now following, is a condensed list of possible questions, considering that not all can be posed. Common sense should be able to answer these questions, if my theory is totally rejected.

  1. Why did the population of Belorus increase so dramatically?
  2. Why do these peculiar population clusters exist?
  3. What are the new localities, which arise in 1943 in German army charts?
  4. What does "Hitler sends the Jews into the morass" mean?
  5. Why does Hitler continuously compare the fate of the Jews with the German emigrants. Why does he justify himself so often?
  6. Why does Hitler trouble himself with the fate of the Jews after the (successful) end of the war?
  7. What happened to Rosenberg's plans to relocate the Jews to Beloruthenia?
  8. Why are the plans suddenly dismissed, why is Beloruthenia devided into a militarian and civilian administered zone?
  9. What does the term "coming final solution" imply in the protocolls of the Wannsee Conference? Do the actions described at the conference have only preliminary character?
  10. What is the special role of Beloruthenia?
  11. What is the obligation of Beloruthenia towards a coming new Europe?
  12. What does "Beloruthenia must be reorganized" mean? Why?
  13. Why are the farmers relocated from the eastern to the western part of Beloruthenia?
  14. Why is this process so elaborated at the local sites?
  15. Why should new localities be founded in Beloruthenia after the war?
  16. Why are the towns in Beloruthenia overpopulated? Are there no war-torn fugitives?
  17. Why is Beloruthenia handled so inconsiderately in the eastern files.
  18. Why are there no post offices in the eastern part of Beloruthenia?
  19. Why is there no mail delivery for the civilians in Belorus, while the Urkainian counterpart functions?
  20. Why is the news media in Beloruthenia so weakly organized, contrary to the other occupied areas?
  21. Why are transit roads suddenly missing in Bobruisk?
  22. Is it coincidental that all extermination camps were in the vicinity of railway adminstration centres?
  23. Which transportation commandos could Höß have given to the gypsies?
  24. What does "ST (special treatment) after six months" mean?
  25. Why are there so many transports to Minsk and vicinity in 1942? Why were these people not liquidated in the extermination camps?
  26. Why were the passengers of the train from Warsaw, which reached Minsk on July 31, 1942, not all killed at Treblinka?
  27. What does East - West Displacement mean? How many additional helpers were necessary?
  28. Which settlers after Globocnik were to receive financial support in Brasil or in the far east?
  29. Why does the deportation of Rumanian Jews endanger the evacuation of the German Jews?
  30. Why is it important that German Jews are far more intelligent than the Belorussian Jews?
  31. In Hornung's military account, why do catagories like exist?
  32. Why does sensitive information of the NSDAP (National Socialist German Worker's Party) talk about "preliminaries for the final solution"? This, at the end of 1942?
  33. Why is the date of victory the "time for the final solution of the Jewish question"?
  34. What makes Bormann prohibit any discussion concerning the future total solution in 1943?
  35. Why is the focal point of the partisan movement in Belorus?
  36. Why doesn't partisan activity begin immediately after the Soviet retreat, instead of one year later?
  37. Why are so many Czechs, Slovaks, Greeks, Spaniards, and French involved in the partisan activity and how did they get there?
  38. Why does Horthy suddenly stop the transport of Hungarian Jews to Auschwitz?
  39. Is it coincidence that Belorus was reoccupied by the Soviet troups at the same time?
  40. Why are the transports suddenly reversed?
  41. Why are there no further exterminations in Auschwitz up until 1945?
  42. Why does the Soviet Union unfold an "Iron Curtain" in its sphere of influence? Why so, at the very moment she liberated these areas?
  43. Why does anti-semitism arise in those areas at the moment of occupation by the German troups, whereby all Jews are liquidated?
  44. Why was Raoul Wallenberg apprehended?
  45. Why is Belorus founding member of the UN?
  46. Why does Stalin have Michoels murdered?
  47. Why are suddenly so many Jewish institutions broken up?
  48. Why are there so many prohibited areas after the war? Why are these so large?
  49. Why are German troups suddenly confined. Why doesn't this happen immediately after the war? Why did so many of these troups fight in Belorus?
  50. Why do these measures all commence in 1948?
  51. Why is Slansky accused of organizing a Zionistic conspiracy?
  52. Is it coincidental that in this process, Jews were removed from party and state posts in the Soviet controlled countries?
  53. Why does Stalin wish to deport the rest of the Soviet Jews to the eastern regions of the Soviet Union?
  54. Why is Judaism systematically destroyed in the USSR?
  55. Why is Israel the "worst of all states"?
  56. What does the Jewish Departement of the Fifth Main Branch of the KGB do?
  57. What lies behind the various statistical results of the population of Belorus?
  58. Even today, why can't a Soviet citizen move about freely?
  59. Why are foreign visitors in the Soviet Union monitored so intensly, especially in the vicinity of Minsk?
  60. Why is the frontier of Brest open, when apparently only 15 cars can pass it daily?
  61. Why does Belorus play such a major role in the CPSU? (Communist Party SU)
  62. Why do the police institutions have such a central position in Belorus?
  63. Why are thousands of new settlements created in Belorus? Is this not contradicting the population decrease?
  64. Why does Belorus need 500,000 deputy police?
  65. Why does the Soviet Union invest so heavily in Belorus after the war? Where do all the qualified cadres come from?
  66. What covert action lies behind Marina Gorka?
  67. What is the poem in honour of Michoels all about?

Many, many questions! Many more can be posed, and surely the alert reader can find more. How can they be answered? Soley through one assumption: The plan of the final solution was the relocation of Jews to the eastern part of Beloruthenia.


  1. Ebbo Demant (Editor), Auschwitz – "direkt von der Rampe weg…" Auschwitz- directly from the ramps, Kaduk, Erber, Klehr: Three culprits give protocoll. Reinbeck by Hamburg, 1979 p. 32. One even notices the confoundedness by Simon Wiesenthal, concerning the discovery that neither the Jewish Press in Palastina nor in the USA have reported next to nothing. Wiesenthal: "Where was the daily exclamation, at least in the Jewish press?", in Recht, nicht Rache (Justice, not vengeance), Frankfurt/M.-Berlin 1988, p. 285.
  2. "Weißrußland zum ökologischen Notstandsgebiet erklärt" (Belorus declared as ecological state of emergency), in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung of July 13, 1990, p. 1.
  3. "Sowjet Union schließt Grenze zu Poland" (Soviet Union closes frontier to Poland), in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung from August 3, 1990 p.1.

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