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On Jan 21, 2012, The Barnes Review posted a paper by Santiago Alvarez reporting about research conducted by a mainstream archaeologist in the area of the former German wartime camp "Treblinka," where some 700,000 Jews are said to have been murdered during WWII. In this posting reference was made to the preliminary results of similar research conducted in 1999 by Australian engineer Richard Krege. Alvarez indicated that so far Krege's brief paper on the results of his research had been published only in German and French. Made aware of this, one of our volunteers swiftly translated Krege's paper, and here it is (somewhat edited and corrected).
In this context please also read Thomas Kues' Jan 28, 2012, paper "Comments on Treblinka Statements by Caroline Sturdy Colls."