Anonymous asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 2 months ago

How is it that German crematoriums are struggling to cope with Covid deaths and are working round the clock?

... yet in the 1940s, we're told, they were able to cremate millions of people, during the middle of a World War when they were busy fighting the British, Americans and Soviets, and running out of crucial supplies.

There are only about an additional 1K deaths a day in Germany at the minute from Covid-19. 

5 Answers

  • garry
    Lv 6
    3 weeks ago

    its same everywhere , germam , british . american have deaths ,

  • 1 month ago

    --  The Nazi crematoriums were large buildings with many ovens and could take thousands of bodies a day, and ran 24 hours a day, and the ashes were allowed to drop through the grates into a communal spot and then regularly shoveled onto trucks to take the ashes to dump sites (rivers, lakes, big holes in the ground etc.).

    --  Current crematoriums can only handle one or two bodies at a time in separate ovens, and around 6-12 bodies in a day. Also, after each cremation which takes well over a hour, the oven needs to cool, and then the ashes are cleaned out and placed into urns for the family to collect. Not all cemeteries have crematoriums attached.

  • 2 months ago

    Look up the Hopf Factory they Built Agricultural Crematoria Ovens Big enough to take a Bull or up to 10 Emaciated Bodies

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    They have to hand over the cremated people to their loved ones this time around, in the 1940's what was left of them was all just gathered up and thrown in mass burial sites

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  • 2 months ago

    Just to put things straight for the deniers: there are photographs of the prison camps. They gassed or shot prisoners and dug huge mass graves and dumped the bodies in piles. There is plenty of photographic and film evidence. 

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