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Also, bureaucratic red tape documentation details everything the German occupation forces did to secure their hold on the newly acquired territories – and then there is no documentation to prove the alleged gassings at Auschwitz! Funny! Before spending an evening with Dr D. in her beautiful apartment I met Igor, a Russian lawyer who prides himself in having shot bears with a Russian film star. He is an internationalist who has little time for Ukrainian nationalism and economic well-being. He reminded me so much of Jeremy Jones because Igor’s policy is also to ‘stop them from functioning’!
Now we see hungry and jobless people who suffer when it is so unnecessary for people to be hungry and homeless. For two hours at the bogie exchange stop, Tshop: the carriage is lifted 1 m into the air and different gauged axles are fitted to suit the standard tracks. We had such an exchange at Albury in Australia when up to the early 1960s the trains travelling from Victoria to New South Wales had 16 Kiev Express To Vienna And Nuremberg to have their bogies changed. How did the human transportation trains from and to the eastern nations of Europe do it during World War II?
I say, ‘No’. I then ask her how long she has been at the archives. ‘Over 30 years and about 15 in charge’, she replies. Well, she served the Soviet system and now she serves private enterprise by collecting handsomely from me for the copies of documents I requested. It is also of interest to note that she assisted the early researchers from the Australian government’s public prosecutor’s office who visited the archive in 1990–91 while preparing the first Australian war crimes trial. She then actually spent some time in Adelaide assisting with the trial.