The official Holocaust narrative hasn’t always remained the same throughout the decades. One example of this lies in the pages of The Black Book of Polish Jewry, a book I became aware of thanks to Belzec—Propaganda, Testimonies, Archeological Research, and History, by Carlo Mattogno. Nowhere in the Wikipedia article for this book does it say the information is incorrect or outdated. In fact, British historian, Michael Fleming, believed it downplayed the scale and manner of the Holocaust.
Let’s take a peek inside. From pages 122 and 131 (you can find a copy of the book here):
So what’s this about death by electrocution in Belzec? I was assured that Jews were killed by means of gassing.
Perhaps there is an explanation for this discrepancy.
As you can see, search results for ‘Belzec electrocution’ returns revisionist websites or unrelated general material about Belzec. Well then, perhaps only The Black Book of Polish Jewry is mistaken about death by electrocution.
Except for this reprint of the Polish FortNightly Review from Tuesday 1st December, 1942 that also has claims of death by electrocution.
The Jews dug a trench that was 30 meters, or 98 feet, deep? Impressive.
What do a bunch of reports know anyways. It’s not like any of these claims were used in court-
The image above is the Soviet Prosecutor, L.N. Smirnov, testifying to the use electrocution at the infamous International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg. Note that Smirnov said Camp Belsen. This might have been a case of mistaking for Belsen for Belzec as Belsen is not purported to be a death camp.
So what we have here is a case of the narrative changing without acknowledgment or explanation. But then again the Holocaust is special and above criticism and if you were to even question it that would make you a despicable person indeed.