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Auschwitz: Open Air Incinerations by Carlo Mattogno

By Carlo Mattogno

In spring and summer season of 1944, 400,000 Hungarian Jews have been deported to Auschwitz and allegedly murdered there in gasoline chambers. The Auschwitz crematoria are stated to were not able to deal with such a lot of corpses. accordingly, daily hundreds of thousands of corpses are claimed to were incinerated on large pyres lit in deep trenches. The sky over Au schwitz used to be lined in thick smoke. this is often what a few witnesses wish us to believe.

This learn investigates all on hand documentary, actual, and anecdotal facts. Carlo Mattogno exhibits that the witness statements contradict one another in each regard. additionally they contradict what may were bodily attainable. the truth that there is not any documentary or forensic facts helping the claims is ultimately defined through air photographs taken via German and Allied air planes in 1944. They turn out that the witnesses have been fallacious: No strains of massive pyres or sizeable smoke overlaying the camp could be seen.

Although in keeping with a kernel of fact, Mattogno concludes, the witness statements are enormously exaggerated, and their homicidal claims are unfaithful.

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Cit. (note 75), p. 142. Y. Suhl, Ed essi si ribellarono. Storia della resistenza ebraica contro il nazismo, Mursia, Milano 1969, pp. 209-212. Original title: They Fought Back: The Story of the Jewish Resistance in Nazi Europa, Crown Publishers, New York 1967. H. 2, in: Auschwitz 1940-1945. WĊzáowe…, op. cit. (note 92), vol. IV, p. 132; Engl. , p. 280. Ibid. (Polish), pp. 133. 36 Carlo Mattogno, Auschwitz: Open Air Incinerations those pictures himself; he was merely part of the undertaking, as was exposed hereinabove.

236. Carlo Mattogno, Auschwitz: Open Air Incinerations 30 According to the Auschwitz Kalendarium, open air cremations at Birkenau are said to have begun on September 21, 1942. Under that date, Danuta Czech says:102 “At Birkenau, corpses begin to be burnt in the open air. Initially the corpses are burnt on piles of wood loaded each with some 2000 bodies, later in trenches, with the unearthed corpses. To speed up the combustion, the bodies are doused at first with waste oil, later with methanol. ” By the end of this phase, on December 3rd, 1942, a total of 107,000 corpses103 are claimed to have been cremated.

6. org/auschwitz/response-to-mattogno/. “John C. Zimmerman and ‘Body Disposal at Auschwitz’: Preliminary Observations“ and “Supplementary Response to John C. org/GB/c/CM. All reprinted in a slightly revised version in Germar Rudolf, Carlo Mattogno, Auschwitz-Lies, op. cit. (note 7). 2. The Analysis by Mark van Alstine This overly complacent analysis was ordered by Zimmerman from a member of one of the many Jewish anti-revisionist organizations with a propagandistic aim. He states the following in this respect:159 “Late Holocaust History Project member and computer programmer Mark van Alstine examined the May 31 photo for the author and confirms Brugioni’s observation that the White Bunker is in the wooded area where the eyewitnesses said it was.

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