Auschwitz

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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Author Document Language Published
Mattogno, C. Jean-Claude Pressac and the War Refugee Board Report English 1990-12-01
Irving, D. Battleship Auschwitz English 1990-12-01
Aynat Eknes, E. A Visit to Auschwitz English 1990-04-01
Rollins, L. Auschwitz and the Allies / The Terrible Secret English 1983-04-01
Rucker, J. A 'Real' World War II Death Camp: Oak Ridge, USA English 2014-02-23
Mattogno, C. Gypsy Holocaust? English 2014-02-23
O'Keefe, T. History and ‘Memory’ English 1997-07-01
Butz, A. Another Look at the 'Vergasungskeller' Question English 1997-07-01
Raven, G. Flawed Documentary of Execution Expert English 2000-03-01
Mattogno, C. The Openings for the Introduction of Zyklon B, Part 2 English 2004-12-01
Mattogno, C. The Openings for the Introduction of Zyklon B, Part 1 English 2004-12-01
Mattogno, C. “No Holes, No Gas Chamber(s)” English 2004-12-01
Rademacher, W. Some Details of the Central Construction Office of Auschwitz English 1998-01-01
Nowak, H. Some Details of the Central Construction Office of Auschwitz English 1998-01-01
Kollerstrom, N. The Auschwitz "Gas Chamber" Illusion English 2008-05-24
Crowell, S. The Case For Auschwitz: Evidence From The Irving Trial, by Robert Jan van Pelt English 2002-08-01
Rudolf, G. Differential Exposure of Brickwork to Hydrogen Cyanide during World War Two English 2013-04-01
Kollerstrom, N. Differential Exposure of Brickwork to Hydrogen Cyanide during World War Two English 2013-04-01
Mattogno, C. Dr. Mengele's "Medical Experiments" on Twins in the Birkenau Gypsy Camp English 2013-12-01
Rudolf, G. From the Records of the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial, Part 7 English 2005-09-01
Woodley, B. Shadow of Doubt English 2005-09-01
Crowell, S. An Exercise in Futility English 2001-07-01
Butz, A. Some Thoughts on Pressac’s Opus English 1993-05-01
Nordling, C. What Happened to the 75,000 Jews Deported from France? English 2012-07-31
Mattogno, C. Contribution to the History of the Family Camp at Birkenau English 2012-07-31
Mattogno, C. Osservazioni sull'articolo di A.R. Butz Gas Detectors in the Auschwitz Crematorium II Italian 1997-11-01
Faurisson, R. Serge Klarsfeld: At Auschwitz 1,000 Jews Deported from France Were Gassed ... in Bed! English 2013-02-15
Renk, B. Convergence or Divergence? English 2001-12-01
Weber, M. New ‘Official’ Changes in the Auschwitz Story English 2002-09-01
O'Keefe, T. Was Holocaust Survivor Viktor Frankl Gassed at Auschwitz? English 2001-12-01
Faurisson, R. The End of a Myth English 1988-10-01
Aynat Eknes, E. Crematoriums II and III of Birkenau English 1988-10-01
Boisdefeu, J. Selection at Auschwitz: Extermination Claims Refuted English 2012-07-31
Boisdefeu, J. Children Who Survived Auschwitz English 2012-07-31
Boisdefeu, J. But Why Weren’t the Jewish Children Gassed? English 2012-07-31
Felderer, D. Lids and openings English 1980-10-01
Brandon, L. Book Reviews English 1980-10-01
Rudolf, G. Die »Gaskammern« von Auschwitz und Majdanek German 1994-01-11
Weber, M. How the Simon Wiesenthal Center Falsifies History English 2000-03-01
Faurisson, R. The ‘Gas Chamber’ of Auschwitz I English 2000-03-01
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