Thanks to a user on the CoDoH forum I have a new website to pick on, the Museum of Tolerance (MoT). They have a section dedicated to rebutting Holocaust denial. Here is their answer to the bodies being removed right after they were gassed. Notice how they do not refute the claim that bodies were removed mere minutes after the alleged execution.
Germar Rudolf’s book, The Chemistry of Auschwitz, negates the refutation quite easily:
That’s right, cyanide can be absorbed through the skin, but don’t just take Rudolf’s word for it as this is common knowledge. Moving hundreds of bodies would have caused a hot sweaty environment ideal for cyanide absorption through the skin yet MoT makes no mention of protective clothing.
MoT probably does not mention this because none of the testimony from the Sonderkommandos (Jewish inmates that allegedly assisted the Germans with killing their fellow Jews) mentions protective clothing. In fact, ex Sonderkommando, Filip Müller, claimed that he had a little snack while handling the corpses that had just been gassed.
Another ex Sonderkommando, Szlama Dragon, claimed that after the alleged gassing a dentist and a barber had intimate contact with bodies contaminated by cyanide gas. Yet there is no mention of protective measures for the Sonderkommando beyond gas masks, no mention of protective gear for barber and the dentist and no mention of any ill effects from cyanide.
Clearly the Holocaust story makers did not know the first thing about cyanide positioning when they were crafting their narrative.
To address the matter of the ventilation system I will refer back to Rudolf’s book:
Rudolf goes on to ask why would the Germans would equip a ventilation system for the alleged gas chambers that was not as powerful as the system in the alleged dressing room. There is also the matter that during that time in history professionally designed Zyklon-B-disinfestation chambers of with circulating-air systems were equipped with systems that performed 72 air exchanges per hour, so it is highly unlikely that these ventilation systems would have been sufficient for the removal of the cyanide gas to safe levels. Of course even a proper ventilation system would not have solved the problem of cyanide poisoning through skin absorption.
In the end we have an unsatisfactory answer as to how the Sonderkommando could have removed the bodies from the alleged gas chamber right after they were executed.