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According to orthodox historians, the concentration camp near the West-Prussian town Stutthof (close to the city of Danzig) is said to have served as an “auxiliary extermination camp” by way of gassing inmates in a small disinfestation room with Zyklon B. A thorough study of the extant evidence shows, however, that this story doesn’t hold water.
Documents in this category
|Weber, M.||Stutthof, An Important but Little-Known Wartime Camp||English||1997-09-01|
|Dixon, F.||A Small Fraud that Betrays a Bigger Hoax, A Review||English||2004-02-01|
|Graf, J.||Concentration Camp Stutthof, and its Function in National Socialist Jewish Policy||English||2004-10-01|
|Mattogno, C.||Concentration Camp Stutthof, and its Function in National Socialist Jewish Policy||English||2004-10-01|
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