Werner Rademacher

Pen name used, among others, by the late German architect Willy Wallwey. Fearing persecution under Germany's strict censorship laws, Wallwey could not afford writing under his real name. He passed away in summer 2014.


Who is Walter Schreiber? Walter Schreiber was born in 1908 and died in 1999 at the age of 91 in Vienna. He studied civil engineering at the Technical University in Vienna and worked first on the construction of the alpine high altitude road "Großglockner-Hochalpenstraße" as assistant to the construction manager. …

A noteworthy article appeared in the German daily newspaper Die Welt in the section “Welt der Wissenschaft” on February 7, 1997, under the title “When the Memories of a Witness become murky” about an American study on this phenomenon. Around the same time we reviewed the book Die Todesfabrik[1] …

1. Preliminary remarks about the Birkenau Camp Illustration 1: POW camp Birkenau in May 1942: alleged location of Bunker 1 (click to enlarge). The camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, which is today generally referred to as "concentration and extermination camp", was originally designated as a "prisoner of war camp" at the end of …

1. Introduction In Germany, in the early spring of February 1992, many Austrian and German newspaper dailies[1] reported the resignation of the President of the Federal Austrian Chamber of Engineers, Walter Lüftl, who stepped down from his prestigious position after voicing doubts about the Holocaust. Things calmed down fairly …