Thomas Kues

Thomas Kues was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1981. He currently resides in central Sweden. he has an academic background in literature, linguistics and translation and is fluent in several languages, including English, German, Dutch and Japanese. he is frofessionally active as a freelance translator, and has been privately active as a revisionist writer since 2007. he is the author of some 50 articles related to holocaust revisionism, chiefly concerning the Aktion Reinhardt camps (Bełżec, Sobibór, Treblinka). Together with Jürgen Graf and Carlo Mattogno he has co-authored the study Sobibór. Holocaust Propaganda and Reality (TBR Books 2010). He is also a frequent contributor to the Inconvenient History journal and Smith's Report, editor of the Inconvenient History revisionist webblog and the Swedish-language Sann Historia (Real History) webblog. His current research focuses on the issue of the real destination of the Jews allegedly gassed Jews in the "extermination camps" (presented in the ongoing Inconvenient History article series "Evidence for the Presence of 'Gassed' Jews in the Occupied Eastern Territories") and on the subject of the Einsatzgruppen.



Im Mai 2009 wurde der 89-jährige John Demjanjuk aus den USA nach Deutschland abgeschoben, wo er verhaftet und angeklagt wurde, in mindestens 27.900 Fällen Beihilfe zum Mord geleistet zu haben. Diese Morde sollen angeblich im Lager Sobibór im Osten Polens begangen worden sein. Laut orthodoxer Geschichtsschreibung sollen dort vom Mai …

In a series of articles I will attempt to chronicle the history of Holocaust revisionism, from the end of World War II up till today. For each year, I will provide some relevant details of historical backgrounds, such as Holocaust related trials, major developments in research etc. I will also …

1. Introduction According to orthodox Holocaust historiography, carbon monoxide from engine exhaust was used to kill approximately 2 million Jews in Poland, in Serbia and on occupied Soviet territory between 1941 and 1944. The majority of these supposed victims were allegedly killed in stationary gas chambers located in three “pure …

While it is well known to all with an interest in Holocaust historiography that the Germans operated six alleged “extermination camps” in Poland – Auschwitz-Birkenau, Majdanek, Chełmno (Kulmhof), Treblinka, Bełżec and Sobibór – and while some may be familiar with the claim that the camp Stutthof near Danzig (Gdansk) functioned …

1. Introduction In the following brief article, I will discuss the ground water level at the alleged extermination camp Sobibór during its period of operation, that is between early summer 1942 and autumn 1943, and to what insights gleaned from witness statements, as well as geographical and topographical data implies …

Yitzhak Arad's use of Gerstein Yitzhak Arad is the author of Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: The Operation Reinhard Death Camps (Indiana University Press 1987), which is arguably the standard work on the three Aktion Reinhardt 'death camps'. In this book Arad spends a short chapter on 'The Mission of Gerstein and …

In 1999, an article by Tregenza entitled "Bełżec – Das vergessene Lager des Holocaust" (Bełżec – The Forgotten Camp of the Holocaust) was published in a German anthology of academic writing on the Holocaust.[1] This article was later critiqued by Italian revisionist researcher and writer Carlo Mattogno in his …

Introduction It is alleged in regard to all three Aktion Reinhardt camps "Belzec, Sobibór, Treblinka" that they each contained two buildings with homicidal gas chambers during their respective period of operation. At Belzec, we are told, the first gas chamber building "a wooden barrack containing three chambers" was torn down …

About a year and a half ago, in Smith's Report #140, Professor Arthur R. Butz published a short piece on the partial and severely restricted “opening” of the International Tracing Service archives in Bad Arolsen, Germany, which contains millions of Third Reich dossiers on concentration camp prisoners and others, captured …

Sobibor. A History of a Nazi Death Camp, by Jules Schelvis (Berg Publishers/USHMM, Oxford 2006). Like all of the alleged “pure extermination camps”, Sobibór near Włodawa is wrapped in obscurity. No more than a handful books have been devoted to this camp, where allegedly hundreds of thousands of Jews, most …

Mengele: The Complete Story, by Gerald L. Posner and John Ware (McGraw-Hill, New York 1986). Gerald Posner is a Jewish-American journalist, born in 1954 and perhaps most well-known for his book Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK (1993). In it, Posner asserts that virtually all of …

Of the three so called Aktion Reinhardt “extermination camps” Sobibor near Wlodawa is the one least researched by revisionists. So far there has not been published any book length revisionist study on this camp. As for exterminationist scholarship, the most in-depth study is provided by Jules Schelvis’ Sobibor. A History …

In this third part of my series of articles on the witness accounts left by former Jewish prisoners of the alleged “pure extermination camp" Sobibór, I will discuss statements made by four of the lesser known witnesses: Ada Licthman, her husband Itzhak Lichtman, Harold Werner, and Chaim Trager. In the …

The second part of my article series on the witness accounts left by former Jewish prisoners of the alleged extermination camp Sobibor I will devote to a single eyewitness, namely Dov Freiberg (also known as Ber or Berale Freiberg). Freiberg was born in Warsaw in 1927. His family lived in …

In contrast to Treblinka and Belzec, there (allegedly) exists no surviving witnesses from the "death camp proper" of Sobibor, usually designated Lager III. However, from among the fifty or sixty survivors of the October 1943 prisoner revolt, we have a number of accounts in which the witness claims to have …

As has already been stated by leading revisionist Germar Rudolf, there are still many “Holocaust” issues left unstudied, many revisionist works waiting to be written. We have come a long way, for sure, especially in the late 90’s and early 00’s with the publication of the eminent series Holocaust Handbooks, …

Most of us are familiar with the peculiar fate of Moshe Peer, the young boy who survived six gassings in a gas chamber in Belsen (as related in the Montreal newspaper The Gazette, August 5, 1993), or with Arnold Friedman, the man who survived a gas chamber in Flossenburg (likewise …

Below I have compiled a list of former NS bureaucrats and camp personnel who after the war died in a fashion which could be described as “convenient” to the upholders and propagators of the officially sanctioned Holocaust narrative. They are all individuals who must have had insight into the truth …

Israel Cymlich, Oskar Strawczynski, Escaping Hell in Treblinka, Yad Vashem, York/Jerusalem 2007 In this volume, historian David Silberklang presents the memoirs of the Polish Jews Israel Cymlich and Oskar Strawczynski, dated respectively to June 1943 and the summer of 1944. While Strawczynski was a detainee at the “extermination camp”; Treblinka …

1.Introduction 1.1. Wetzler and Vrba Slovak Jew Alfréd Wetzler (1918-1988), who was deported to Auschwitz Birkenau in 1942, can best be described as the unknown sidekick to Rudolf Vrba (Walter Rosenberg). Together the two Slovak-Jewish “death camp” escapees wrote the so-called Auschwitz Protocol or Vrba-Wetzler Report, which in 1944 was …

Slovakian Jew Rudolf Vrba (born Walter Rosenberg) is perhaps one of the most well-known Auschwitz eyewitnesses, this mainly due to his co-authorship with Alfred Wetzler (Josef Lanik) of the so-called Vrba-Wetzler Report, which was included in the New York War Refugee Board Report of 1944, as well as the publication …

Many revisionists are likely familiar with the name of Eliyahu Rosenberg from the Demjanjuk affair. Rosenberg was the witness who swore that the Ukrainian-born Cleveland mechanic John Demjanjuk was the one and the same as “Ivan the Terrible”, a notorious guard at the Treblinka “death camp” – only for it …

Frank Stiffel is not a very well-known "Holocaust survivor". His testimony is rarely referred to by orthodox Holocaust historians, if at all. Still, his memoirs are of interest to those researching the alleged mass extermination of Jews during World War II. First, because Mr. Stiffel claims to have survived Treblinka …

In the following article, I will take a look at the details regarding Auschwitz Commandant Rudolf Höss’ alleged visit to “the pure extermination camp" Treblinka II, as described in six witness accounts ascribed to the former commandant. The first of these six is the infamous “confession" document, NO-1210, a deposition …

In 2000, Polish historian M.M. Rubel published an annotated translation of Rudolf Reder’s witness account of his time as a prisoner in the alleged extermination camp Belzec, which is simply entitled Belzec. It was originally published as a 74-page booklet in Krakow, Poland, in 1946. This translation, published in volume …

Yehuda Bauer was born in Prague in 1926. In 1939, he and his family migrated to Palestine. After fighting in the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, Bauer completed a degree in history, and in 1960 he received his doctorate. Bauer was a founding editor of Journal for Holocaust and Genocide Studies and …

The testimony of Stanislaw Kozak Stanislaw Kozak, a locksmith, was one of twenty Bełżec locals who participated in the construction of the alleged extermination camp to the south-east of this small Polish community. On October 14, 1945, Kozak was interrogated by the regional investigative judge Czeslaw Godzieszewski. According to his …

Lithuanian-born Yitzhak Arad (b. 1926) is one of the most prominent orthodox "Holocaust" historians. After illegally entering Palestine in 1945, he started a military career within the Zionist militias and terrorist groups that later evolved into the Israeli Defense Force. Eventually he reached the rank of brigadier general and was …

1. Introduction While it is well known to all with an interest in Holocaust historiography that the Germans operated six alleged “extermination camps” in Poland – Auschwitz-Birkenau, Majdanek, Chełmno (Kulmhof), Treblinka, Bełżec and Sobibór – and while some may be familiar with the claim that the camp Stutthof near Danzig …

The following article consists of three extracts from The “Extermination Camps” of “Aktion Reinhardt”: An Analysis and Refutation of the Factitious “Evidence”, Forgeries and Faulty Argumentation of the “Holocaust Controversies” Bloggers, a comprehensive rebuttal to Jonathan Harrison, Roberto Muehlenkamp, Jason Myers, Sergey Romanov and Nicholas Terry's Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka. …

In a series of articles I will attempt to chronicle the history of Holocaust revisionism, from the end of World War II up till today.[1] For each year, I will provide some relevant details of historical backgrounds, such as Holocaust related trials, major developments in research etc. I will …

1. Introduction It is commonly alleged that a small (approximately 14 hectares large) camp in eastern Poland, usually denoted Treblinka II, served as a “pure extermination camp” for Jews between the end of July 1942 and August 1943. It is further alleged that at this camp somewhere between 700,000 and …

This is the second part of an article series forming a chronicle of Holocaust revisionism from the first years of the Post-War era up to the present. In the first part, we saw that during the first five years following the Second World War, there appeared a number of articles …

1. Chil Rajchman and his Memoirs Chil Rajchman, alias Yehiel Reichmann, alias Henryk Ruminowsky (his nom de guerre in the Warsaw underground resistance), was born in the Polish city of Łódź in June 1914. At the outbreak of World War II, he moved with his sister to a small town …

This is the third article in a series forming a chronicle of Holocaust revisionism and responses to it from the first years of the Post-War era up to the present. In the first two parts, we surveyed the first decade of Shoah skepticism, from the very first doubts, mainly concerning …