During the Second World War at the hands of the Nazis killed millions of Jews. At the Nuremberg trial, 11 people were sentenced to Martin Borman’s hanging (in absentia) and seven others to various terms. Three were acquitted. In total, about 3.5 million Germans were arrested. Of these, 2.5 million were released without any investigation. About a million of the rest received various punishments in the form of fines or confiscation of property stolen by them during the war years; Someone was temporarily banned from working in public institutions. By 1949, only 300 Nazi criminals were in prison.
And then in 1945, the Jews created the underground organization Avengers or Nokimim. She was supposed to destroy the Germans on the biblical principle of "an eye for an eye." "The God of vengeance, the Lord; The Avengers were a classified, militarized structure that figured out Nazi criminals and then abducted and destroyed them.
Former high-ranking Nazis were suddenly found in roadside ditches brought down by unlucky drivers.Others met their deaths in accidents caused by the mysterious malfunction of technology. Gestapo personnel waiting in hospitals for a seemingly simple operation, suddenly kerosene began to flow into the blood through an IV line. Others were suddenly found strangled or hanged at home or in the garage. "The first hunting season" lasted almost until the mid-50s. For example, Nokmim was tracked down in Canada on the outskirts of Winnipeg by Alexander Laak, who was responsible for the death of 100 thousand Jews in the Estonian Jagala concentration camp. They waited until his wife left for the evening cinema session and forced him to commit suicide.
The Avengers were not limited to single executions. In 1946, they carried out the largest operation in the Nuremberg camp for the former SS "Stalag-13". The intelligence of the organization found out that the bread for the whole camp is made at one bakery. One of the young members of the group, who had a typical Aryan appearance, got a job there as an assistant baker. Thanks to him, the avengers have developed a plan on how to pour poison in the morning baking. April 20, 1946 an article appeared in The New York Timeswhich began with the words: “This week, 1900 German war criminals in the Nuremberg camp were poisoned with bread with arsenic and are now in serious condition ...”
However, all the executions carried out by Knockout were only Plan B. Only an overture to a more ambitious and brutal operation. Planned not just pinpoint strikes on individual criminals. A reciprocal idea of the mass liquidation of the Germans, Plan A, was developed.
To achieve this goal, it was decided to poison the water reserves in the five largest German cities. The main targets of the organization were Munich, Berlin, Weimar, Nuremberg and Hamburg. And the avengers introduced their people to the sewage treatment system.
"Plan A" was not destined to come true. Despite the strictest conspiracy, the leakage of information still occurred. On the way to Europe, an organizer with two cans of poison was arrested by British military police. The Avengers heard that the leaders of the Zionist movement had learned about Plan A and made efforts to wreck it, rightly fearing that the massacres would undermine the credibility of Zionism among the world community.