Arnold Schwarzenegger visits Auschwitz and meets a Holocaust survivor who was experimented on

Arnold Schwarzenegger – whose father was a Nazi soldier – visited the Auschwitz death camp to spread the message of “eradicating prejudice once and for all”.

The former California governor met with the son of a Holocaust survivor while touring the camp’s barracks, watchtowers and remains of gas chambers, which serve as evidence of the Nazi extermination of Jews and other people during World War II.

Schwarzenegger, 75, who is originally from Austria, spoke of being the son of decorated Nazi soldier Gustav Schwarzenegger.

In a video posted to Facebook, he brought up painful memories of how his father was lied to in battle and how he returned to Austria a physically and emotionally broken man after being wounded in Leningrad.

After Schwarzenegger’s visit to Auschwitz that week, he swore it wouldn’t be his last and signed the guest book with his immortal phrase, “I’ll be back.”

Popular action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger visited the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz, where he signed the guest book “I’ll be back”.

The actor and former governor of California this week visited the former Nazi German concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau near Oswiecim, Poland

Schwarzenegger signed the guest book with his immortal slogan “I’ll be back”.

During Schwarzenegger’s trip to the camp, he met Simon Bergson, who was born an Auschwitz survivor after the war.

The Terminator actor said that he and Bergson, who are the same age, are united in their work to fight prejudice.

His father, Gustav Schwarzenegger (August 17, 1907 – December 13, 1972) was a Nazi soldier who fought in World War II

“It’s a story that has to stay alive, it’s a story that we have to tell over and over again,” he said after his visit to the extermination camp grounds in a former synagogue that now houses the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation.

“Let’s fight prejudice together and end it once and for all,” Schwarzenegger said.

Schwarzenegger also met with a woman who, as a 3-year-old child, was subjected to experiments by the notorious Nazi doctor Josef Mengele, known as the Angel of Death and notorious for his gruesome experiments on prisoners at Auschwitz.

One of Mengele’s main duties in the camp was selecting who should be kept alive to work and who would be sent to the gas chambers when new prisoners arrived.

But he achieved terrible notoriety for his medical experiments on sets of twins, performing a wide range of torturous and often fatal experiments, most of which were children.

Schwarzenegger viewed the barracks, watchtowers, and gas remains of gas chambers that still stand as evidence of the Nazi extermination of Jews and others during World War II

Schwarzenegger was alongside Simon Bergson (right), who was born after the war to Auschwitz survivors

Schwarzenegger said that he and Bergson are united in their work to combat prejudice

He also made a habit of collecting the eyes of his murdered victims, ostensibly for medicinal purposes.

A staunch supporter of Nazi ideology, he conducted barbaric experiments to prove the degeneration of Jews and Gypsies and their susceptibility to various diseases.

Many of his “test subjects” died as a result of the experiments or were murdered to facilitate autopsies.

After the war, he managed to evade war crimes charges and fled to South America, where he lived until he died in Brazil in 1979 at the age of 67.

Schwarzenegger (left) hugs Holocaust survivor Lydia Maksimovicz (right) in Poland on Wednesday.

“Let’s fight prejudice together and just end it once and for all,” said the Terminator actor after his tour of the concentration camp

Arnold Schwarzenegger, third from left, visits the Nazi-German Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Oswiecim, Poland on Wednesday

Schwarzenegger’s visit to the shattering heart of the Nazi extermination of Jews and others during World War II in southern Poland was his first

Schwarzenegger poses with the director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, Piotr Cywinski, as he visits the former Nazi death camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oswiecim, Poland. His trip was part of his work with the foundation

Schwarzenegger’s visit to the harrowing heart of the Nazi extermination of Jews and others during World War II in southern Poland was his first and came as part of his work with the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation, whose mission is to combat hatred through education.

In June, he received the foundation’s first Fighting Hatred award for his stance against hate on social media. He said he couldn’t attend in person at the time because he was filming a new action series in Canada and was in a “COVID bubble.”

He told Russians they were being lied to about the war in Ukraine in a video posted to social media in March and accused President Vladimir Putin of sacrificing Russian soldiers to his own ambitions.

In the same video, he also spoke about his memories of his own father’s wartime experiences.

He posted it to his 22.2 million Instagram followers and media outlet ATTN’s Facebook page, sharing his love for Russia and the Russian people, before making scathing remarks towards Putin and the Kremlin.

Arnold Schwarzenegger has made a direct appeal to the Russian President and the Russian people to shed light on the “truth” about the invasion of Ukraine, calling it a “humanitarian catastrophe.”

Describing himself as a “longtime friend” of the Russian people, he sends a direct message to Putin: “I say to President Putin, you started this war. You are fighting this war. You can end this war.”

He also asks Putin and his Kremlin counterparts: “Let me ask you why you would sacrifice these young men for your own ambitions?”

The nine-minute clip racked up over 250,000 views on Instagram and 120,000 on Facebook in an hour, with thousands supporting and praising the film star for his efforts to stop the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Historians estimate that around 1.1 million people were killed at Auschwitz during the war. About 1 million of them were Jews. About 75,000 Poles were killed there, as well as Roma, Russian prisoners of war and others.

Who was Josef Mengele, the angel of death?

Josef Mengele, the unspeakable angel of death in the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz during the Holocaust

Born in 1911 in Günzburg near Ulm, Germany, he received his medical degree in 1938 and joined the SS in the same year.

After being wounded as a field medic on the Easter Front in 1943, he was posted to Auschwitz as a camp doctor.

One of the main tasks of Dr. Josef Mengele at the Auschwitz death camp consisted of choosing who should be kept alive to work and who should be sent to the gas chambers when new prisoners arrived.

He got his nickname from his freezing cruel behavior on the ramp as newcomers came up and often showed up off-duty as well.

But he achieved terrible notoriety for his medical experiments on sets of twins, performing a wide range of torturous and often fatal experiments, most of which were children.

He also made a habit of collecting the eyes of his murdered victims, ostensibly for medicinal purposes.

A staunch supporter of Nazi ideology, he conducted barbaric experiments to prove the degeneration of Jews and Gypsies and their susceptibility to various diseases.

Many of his “test subjects” died as a result of the experiments or were murdered to facilitate autopsies.

After the war, he managed to evade war crimes charges and fled to South America, where he lived until he died in Brazil in 1979 at the age of 67.

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