Some 20% of post-war Polish territory is made up of former German lands; hence, some 20% of today’s Polish towns and cities once bore German names. All place names have long since been Polonized – all, except for one town, which displays bilingual entry signs: Auschwitz. Ethnically speaking, Oświęcim was never German. So why would the fiercely nationalistic Poles retain the Germanized name? Because it is big business. For the world at large, Auschwitz is synonymous with the Holocaust, and it represents the pinnacle of Nazi evil. Yet here we do not focus on the symbol which Auschwitz has become, but on the Auschwitz camp and its numerous satellite camps, such as Birkenau, Monowitz, Harmense, Raisko, etc.

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Mattogno, C. “No Holes, No Gas Chamber(s)”, A Historical-Technical Study of the Holes in the Roof of Morgue 1 of Krematorium II at Birkenau for Introducing Zyklon B English 2004-12-01
Mattogno, C. The Central Construction Office of the Waffen-SS and Police Auschwitz, Organization, Responsibilities, Activities English 2006-06-01
Boisdefeu, J. Children Who Survived Auschwitz English 2012-07-31
Mattogno, C. Auschwitz: The First Gassing, Rumor and Reality English 2011-12-01
Faurisson, R. The Mechanics of Gassing English 1980-08-01
Mattogno, C. Auschwitz. Fritjof Meyer's New Revisions, A Review English 2003-02-01
Mattogno, C. The First Gassing at Auschwitz: Genesis of a Myth, Paper Presented to the Ninth International Revisionist Conference English 1989-07-01
Smith, B. Revisionist Notebook English 2003-08-01
Faurisson, R. Auschwitz: Technique & Operation of the Gas Chambers (II), Or, Improvised Gas Chambers & Casual Gassings at Auschwitz & Birkenau, According to J.C. Pressac (1989). Book Review, Part I English 1991-07-01
Janson, E. Three Revisionist Classics, A Review English 2004-02-01
Butz, A. Some Thoughts on Pressac’s Opus, A Response to a Major Critique of Holocaust Revisionism English 1993-05-01
Baum, G. Auschwitz: The Paradox of Experiences, How a Witness Did Not See the Forest for the Trees English 2004-12-01
Faßbender, R. No "Dovetails", no "Holocaust" English 2002-01-09
Faurisson, R. Auschwitz: Facts and Legend English 1997-07-01
Giwer, M. Holes at Auschwitz English 2001-09-01
Faurisson, R. The ‘Gas Chamber’ of Auschwitz I English 2000-03-01
Grubach, P. The Leuchter Report Vindicated, A Response to J.-C. Pressac's Critique English 1992-12-01
Crowell, S. An Exercise in Futility, Book Review English 2001-07-01
Butz, A. Gas Detectors in the Auschwitz Crematorium II English 1997-03-04
Kollerstrom, N. The Auschwitz "Gas Chamber" Illusion English 2008-05-24
Bartec, R. Smoking Crematory Chimney at Auschwitz: A Correction English 2012-11-25
Rademacher, W. The Case of Walter Lüftl or, Contemporary History and the Justice System English 1993-01-01
Piper, F. My Visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau, May 30-31, 1996 English 1996-06-01
Gardner, H. The Case For Auschwitz, A Review English 2013-04-01
Theil, G. At Auschwitz, Father Christmas is a Swine and a Thief English 2009-12-20
O'Keefe, T. “Best Witness”: Mel Mermelstein, Auschwitz and the IHR English 1994-01-01
Mattogno, C. The Openings for the Introduction of Zyklon B, Part 1, The Roof of the Morgue of Crematorium I at Auschwitz English 2004-12-01
Rudolf, G. Auschwitz: Plain Facts, A Response to Jean-Claude Pressac English 2010-11-01
Mattogno, C. Contribution to the History of the Family Camp at Birkenau English 2012-07-31
Mattogno, C. Auschwitz: Crematorium I, and the Alleged Homicidal Gassings English 2012-12-01
Brandon, L. Book Reviews English 1980-10-01
Rudolf, G. Cautious Mainstream Revisionism, A Review English 2003-02-01
Aynat Eknes, E. A Visit to Auschwitz, Historical News and Comment English 1990-04-01
DenierBud Auschwitz—The Surprising Hidden Truth English 2012-04-01
Institute For Historical Review An Official Polish Report on the Auschwitz 'Gas Chambers', Krakow Forensic Institute Confirms Leuchter's Findings English 1991-07-01
Graf, J. "Just Call Me Meyer" – A Farewell to "Obviousness" English 2004-05-01
Weber, M. Sarajevo Worse Than Auschwitz, Says Former Inmate English 1993-11-01
Butz, A. Reply to Carlo Mattogno and the Editor on the Gas Detectors English 2004-12-01
Ball, J. Air Photo Evidence English 1993-01-01
Mattogno, C. The Deportation of Hungarian Jews from May to July 1944, A preliminary account English 2001-01-12