Monthly Archives: March 2013

Barry the dog, part IV: reconciling the behavior

From the verdict of the first Treblinka trial (quoted from Mattogno/Graf Treblinka): On his patrols through the upper and the lower camp, Franz was accustomed to having Barry with him most of the time. He always delighted in setting the … Continue reading

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Barry the dog, part III: reconciling the chronology

At the first Treblinka trial, the accounts of Barry were reconciled be deciding that Barry had been in Sobibor through some time in the winter of 42/43, when he was brought to Treblinka: Either at the end of 1942 or … Continue reading

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Barry the dog, part II: Barry in Treblinka

Some accounts of Barry in Treblinka: Yankel Wiernik mentions that Kurt Franz was personally present at his deportation (chapter 2): It happened in Warsaw on August 23, 1942, at the time of the blockade. I had been visiting my neighbors … Continue reading

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Barry the dog, part I: Barry in Sobibor

Barry the man eating dog is a prominent feature of Treblinka stories. But Barry (sometimes spelled Beri) also appears in accounts of Sobibor: from the Eichmann trial session 64, witness Dov Freiberg / Ber Freiberg Q. Was it then that … Continue reading

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