The Third Reich was stopped in its tracks when Nazi Germany capitulated under the temporary command of Admiral Doenitz, but that may have been a subterfuge on the part of Adolf Hitler
Lebensborn literally translates to: "Spring of Life" in antiquated German. It was a Nazi programme set up by SS leader Heinrich Himmler that provided maternity homes and financial assistance to the wives of SS members and to unmarried mothers, and also ran orphanages and relocation programmes for children.
Lebensborn - Hitler's super humans
The Lebensborn e. V. (eingetragener Verein, "registered association") was founded on 12 December
1935 to halt the high abortion rate (as high as 800,000 per year in the interwar period) and falling birth rates in
Germany, and to promote Nazi
eugenics. Located in Munich, the organisation was partly an office within the Schutzstaffel (SS) and responsible for certain family welfare programmes, and partly a society for Nazi leaders.
When you think about it, the welfare systems in many countries provide support for the mothers of children where the father is absent or irresponsible. But these welfare systems are not promoting illegitimate children from the so-called elite. Yet, these children become fine members of society in similar proportion to that with experiments such as Lebensborn.
would take a more controlled breeding programme such as one might
entertain with prize bulls,
dogs or cats,
to make any real difference, or speeded up results with cloning
- but of course human cloning is internationally banned - and what would
we do once we'd created a breed (race) of super-humans.
Technology is advancing so fast now that this is all possible. One
possible use for superhumans if the proliferation of the human species
through space. The V2 rocket led to the Apollo space programme, so too
could the work done by Nazi Germany during the 2nd World War, lead to a
breed of advanced human: Homo Sapiens Rex.
Initially, the programme served as a welfare institution for wives of SS officers; the organisation ran facilities—primarily maternity homes—where women could give birth or get help with family matters. Furthermore, the programme accepted unmarried women who were either pregnant or had already given birth and were in need of aid, provided that both the woman and the father of the child were "racially valuable". About 60% of the mothers were unmarried. The programme allowed them to give birth anonymously away from home without social stigma. In case the mothers wanted to give up the children, the programme also had orphanages and an adoption
service. When dealing with non-SS members, parents and children were usually examined by SS doctors before admittance.
Lebensborn - Proof of ancestry to 1750
Although this was not their original purpose, the Lebensborn homes were also used to house very young
Polish children (between two and six) kidnapped to be
Germanized. While older children were sent to institutions specifically dedicated to Germanization, the younger ones would merely be observed for a time at the home before
After the war, the branch of the Lebensborn organisation operating in north-eastern Europe was accused of kidnapping children deemed racially valuable in order to resettle them with German families. However, of approximately 10,000 foreign-born children located in the
American-controlled area of Germany after the war, in the trial of the leaders of the Lebensborn organisation (United States of America v. Ulrich Greifelt, et al.), the court found that only 340 had been handled by Lebensborn e. V.. The accused were therefore acquitted on charges of kidnapping.
Himmler's effort to secure a racially pure Greater Germany, the fact that Lebensborn was one of Himmler's race programmes, and sloppy journalism on the subject in the early years after the war led to false assumptions about the programme. The main misconception was that the programme involved coercive breeding. The first stories reporting that Lebensborn was a coercive breeding programme can be found in the German magazine Revue, which ran a series on the subject in the 1950s. The 1961 German film Der Lebensborn purported that young girls were forced to mate in Nazi camps.
Hitler dead - Fuehrer fell at CP, Stars and Stripes
But was his reign of terror really over? Can he truly
be described as dead?
Storm and In
1945 Adolf Hitler refuses to accept defeat in the face of the
advancing allied forces. He's tried the V1 flying bomb and V2
rocket, but failed to deliver a nuclear
strike. He may have lost this battle, but he has a plan up his
sleeve for world supremacy that the allies could not possibly
70 years will pass before Hitler's
terrible scheme begins to see results.
modern adventure story by Jameson Hunter is due to be released
John Storm andthe Cyber Wars
In 1945 Adolf Hitler refuses to accept defeat in the face of the advancing allied forces. He's tried the V1 flying bomb and V2 rocket, but failed to deliver a nuclear strike. He may have lost this battle, but he has a plan up his sleeve for world supremacy that the allies could not possibly foresee.
Over 70 years will pass before Hitler's terrible scheme begins to see results.
This modern adventure story by Jameson Hunter is due to be releasedin 2013 as an e-book
Trial of Ulrich Greifelt and others Law Reports of the Trials of War
"The Lebensborn" Jewish Virtual Library's description of the Lebensborn programme
"Himmler was my godfather" An online press article
The Last Nazis: Children of the Master Race BBC documentary about the Lebensborn project
Third Reich Poster Child Portrait of a Lebensborn child in EXBERLINER Magazine
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