History has three legs to stand on: witness accounts, documents, and, least corruptible, material traces of objects and events. The latter are the focus of forensic research. When it comes to the mass murder of six million civilians in central Europe within the years 1941-1944, one would expect not only a vast amount of material traces of such a butchery, but also, and most certainly, a large amount of field work carried out in order to investigate any such evidence. Yet orthodox scholars never troubled themselves with this kind of fundamental inquiry, at least until revisionists started rocking the boat. Here are listed papers dealing with forensic investigation of the (alleged) traces of the Holocaust.
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|Berg, F.||Skin Discoloration Due to Carbon Monoxide Poisoning||English||2012-07-16|
|Kues, T.||Skin Discoloration Due to Carbon Monoxide Poisoning||English||2012-07-16|
|Provan, C.||Skin Discoloration Due to Carbon Monoxide Poisoning||English||2012-07-16|
|Mattogno, C.||No Holes, No Holocaust||English||2004-12-01|
|Rudolf, G.||No Holes, No Holocaust||English||2004-12-01|