I have previously written about the Operation Reinhard camps. I have addressed how there are no mass graves to substantiate the claim that over a million Jews were murdered in these camps and how there is no explanation for where the wood for the cremation these bodies came from. Today I will address the issue of the lack of physical evidence for the homicidal gas chambers.
In Holocaust Denial on Trial’s (HDoT) article on this subject they actually admit that little physical evidence remains of the Operation Reinhard camps.
HDoT claims that there is photographic evidence of the existence of the homicidal gas chambers at Treblinka. This is simply not the case. The photographs that the orthodox Holocaust historians have are only evidence of the existence of buildings at Treblinka as the photographs only show the outside of the buildings. The only way these photographs can be used as evidence of gas chambers is if credible and reliable witness testimony affirms the allegation. I will this testimony, or rather lack of it, in part two.
HDoT references photographs taken by former SS officer, Kurt Franz. Unfortunately the photographs in question are no longer available at the link HDoT provided.
I asked Bill, my robot assistant, for help. He was unable to provide the material to me because of its ‘sensitive and disturbing’ nature. What this really means is that they don’t want people seeing these photographs without the context provided by orthodox Holocaust historians. At least Bill gave me some places to look.
The United States Holocaust Memorial and Museum only had a photograph of the train station. Yad Vashem actually has a collection of Franz’s photographs.
The following is the picture that Yad Vashem labels, “Treblinka, Poland, A dredge on the burial grounds”. When looking at this picture with your own eyes you can see there is no indication that this is a burial ground. The ash remains of the 900,000 Jews allegedly murdered in Treblinka have never been found (see my article about this here). So how can Yad Vashem know that this is a burial ground? Answer: They can’t. They are just saying it because it fits in with their narrative.
Also in the collection of Kurt Franz’s photographs is his dog, Bary. It is claimed that Franz used to sic Bary upon the prisoners. Even the dogs of Nazis are deemed to be evil.
What is not in Yad Vashem’s collection of Kurt Franz’s photographs are any images labeled as gas chambers. I am unable to address HDoT’s claim of photos showing the alleged gas chamber buildings as I have been unable to find the photo collection anywhere else. I will say that if these photos were anything close to incriminating they would be plastered all over Holocaust affirming websites.
Read part two where I deal with the witness testimony.
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Are they even sure that those pictures are from Treblinka II? That first picture looks like it could have come from the Treblinka I camp. There was a gravel pit there, so the machinery would make sense, anyway. It’s hard to judge distance in the picture, but it looks too big to be the Treblinka II camp. There was a fence around that, and guard towers, but you can’t see any of that in the picture.
I wouldn’t doubt for a second the picture of the dredge was from Treblinka I. Holocaust affirmers have no qualms about misrepresenting photographs to suit their needs.
“The ash remains of the 900,000 Jews allegedly murdered in Treblinka have never been found (see my article about this here). So how can Yad Vashem know that this is a burial ground? Answer: They can’t. They are just saying it because it fits in with their narrative.”
I’m getting real tired of the liberties they take to lie and deceive, then get quoted as a citation for some “fact” written on Wikipedia or somewhere. Keep fighting the good fight and providing details that the world needs to know. Thanks again for your work, I enjoy reading.
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