Blacks and the German Holocaust
There were from 20,000 to 24,000 Africans
in Germany from 1933-1945. Many of these Africans married German women. They were called "Rhineland Bastards,"
others sired what they called "Illegitimate children," with German women, also
called Rhineland Bastards. Many of these Africans sufferer the same fate as the
Jews did during the Holocaust. Many African Americans serving as soldiers in
world war II became POW's sufferer the same fate, as well as Africans from
Senegal and other colonized French countries. So you can see brothers and
sisters why I am angry as hell, everybody takes advantage of us and use us at
their convenient. For more information, there is a book titled "German's Black
Holocaust, by Firpo W. Carr, Ph.D.
The sterilization programs of Blacks were instituted by Germany's most senior
Nazi geneticist, Doctor Eugen Fischer, who developed his racial theories in
German South West Africa (now Namibia) long before World War I. In Namibia,
Fischer claimed there were genetic dangers arising from race mixing between
German colonists and African women.
There is photographic evidence of German genocidal tendencies
in Africa. In 1904 the Herero tribe revolted against their German colonial
masters in a quest to keep their land. It was a rebellion that lasted four years
and led to the death of 60 000 Herero people ó 80% of their population. The
survivors were imprisoned in concentration camps or used as guinea pigs for
medical experiments, a foretaste of things to come.
Hitler's Forgotten Victims shows that Germany's 24 000-strong
black community were the number-one target for Hitlerís sterilisation programme.
Hitler's view on racial superiority did not develop in a vacuum. He was
influenced by the work of the 19th- century German zoologist Ernst Haeckel,
whose views were based on distorted versions of Darwinism. He wrote of
woolly-haired Negroes incapable of higher mental development.
The Nazis' obsession with racial purity and eugenics was provoked and
intensified in 1918, following Germany's defeat in World War I. Under the terms
of the peace treaty signed at Versailles, Germany was stripped of its African
colonies and forced to submit to the occupation of the Rhineland. The deployment
of African troops from the French colonies to police the territory incensed many
To many it was the final humiliation that began with their 1918 defeat in the
World War I. Germans complained bitterly in newspapers and propaganda
films about African soldiers from the French colonial army having relations with
their women. As soon as Hitler reoccupied the Rhineland in 1936, he retaliated
by targeting black people living there. At least 400 mixed-race children were
forcibly sterilized in the area by the end of 1937, while 400 others disappeared
According to J. A. Rogers, Adolph Hitler declares in Mein Kampf
Negroes are “half-apes.” This is far from being the opinion of
pre-Hitler Germany if one is to judge by the various monuments and
pictures of Negroes in German museums and other public places.
Foremost of these pictures and monuments are those of
St. Maurice (or St. Mautritus) leading Catholic saint of
Germany, who is
invariably depicted in Germany as a Negro of the finest type. St. Maurice
is the patron saint of the city of Cobourg and he appears in the city’s
coat-of-arms. His picture, by Grunewald, hangs in the Alte-Pinokathek,
Southern Germany’s largest museum. (At least I saw it there as late as
1934.) Another painting of St. Maurice by Hans Baldung is in the Dresden Museum. There is also a monument of him in armor
in the Cathedral of Magdeburg.
In almost every German art gallery are pictures by great
artist of “The Adoration of Magi,” who is invariably depicted as a Negro.
The most celebrated shrine in Germany is that of the Black Virgin in Alt-Oetting,
Baravaria. There and there especially in Southern Germany and in what was once
Austria are shrines of Black Madonnas. The blackness of these, be it noted is
not due to age as the lace and some of the other decorations of these
statues are still nearly white. Only the face is black.
On the most important bridges over the Spree at the
south end of the Unter den Linden near the Berlin Cathedral in the very
center of the north side of the bridge is a monument that is eight
feet high of a Negro. In the park of the royal palace at San Souci,
Potsdam, favorite residence of the last Kaiser are several statutes of
Negroes, who were the favorites of the Prussian rulers.
In the state pictures of Kaiser Wilhelm I, between the
years 1857 and 1870 appears a Negro as a German officer. “This Henri Noel
an unmixed Negro brought by Rohls from Central Africa, whom Wilhelm I,
adopted as his own son. I have given further details in “The 100 Amazing
Facts About the Negro.”
Hitler is a native of Austria and there, too, St.
Maurice and the Black Virgin are highly revered. In the Liechtenstein
Museum in Vienna are the portraits of Angelo Soliman and his daughter and
grandson, Baron Edward von Feuchtersleben.
Angelo Soliman was a Negro ex-slave who became a tutor
of royalty, and the friend and companion of Joseph II, ruler of the Holy
Roman Empire. In the Vienna Museum is another piece of priceless Negro
art: that of the Venus of Willendorf, oldest known representation of a
human being executed by a Negro artist, about 10,000 or 15,000 BC.
Several other art treasures in which Negro figure could
be cited. It is interesting to know what Hitler and his brown shirted
reformers have done about these Negro monuments, and how they reconcile
them with their statement that the Negro is a “half-ape,” and the Negro
professional man a monstrosity. Perhaps these pictures and monuments have
been removed or destroyed; only the coming peace will tell. See Also: "Sigillum
On the Image of the
Blackamoor in European Heraldry" (a preliminary proposal for an iconographical
study) by Mario de Valdes y Cocom (www.pbs.org)
Pictures from: Estonian Institute