Kurt Gerstein continued to tell people what he had seen, anyone he felt would spread the word about the atrocities:
"Taking my life in my hands every moment, I continued to inform hundreds of people of these horrible massacres. Among them were the Niemoller family; Dr. Hochstrasser, the press attaché at the Swiss Legation in Berlin; Dr. Winter, the coadjutor of the Catholic Bishop of Berlin - so that he could transmit my information to the Bishop and to the Pope; Dr. Dibelius, bishop of the Confessing Church, and many others. In this way, thousands of people were informed by me."
also urged members of the Dutch underground to broadcast his information by
radio to Great Britain. But Kurt Gerstein was ignored - nothing happened. All
were disinclined to believe his gruesome narrative of mass murder, it was
rejected as atrocity propaganda. All his efforts to inform the church, the
Allies and the opinion abroad proved futile as did his premise that, if the
facts became known, the extermination of the Jews would be stopped.