To the impartial observer, a testimony by an individual who belonged to a group allegedly targeted by the Nazis for extermination does not always sound absolutely convincing, but who would wish to insinuate that those who had such terrible experiences during the war are not telling the truth? In the eyes of the public, the Holocaust survivors have become sanctified, indubitable, and irreproachable. It is precisely in this respect that skepticism, criticism and scrutiny have become most important. This section deals with persons who were on the side of the alleged victims and who either confirmed or denied the claimed events – or sometimes both. What are these testimonies worth?
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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|
|O'Keefe, T.||The Wiesenthal Files: What the Documents Reveal about Simon Wiesenthal's Past||English||1988-01-01|
|Rudolf, G.||False Memory Syndrome||English||2003-11-01|