During his lifetime, the former Auschwitz camp physiciaon Dr. Hans Münch was a prominent witness to the alleged mass exterminations said to have happened at Auschwitz during the war. He was always willing to testify in court, to give interviews to mass-media outlets, and to cooperate with organizations of former inmates. He eagerly confirmed all the cliches contained in the Auschwitz narrative popular amongst mainstream journalists and scholars alike. This interview gets to the bottom of what Dr. Münch really knew about Auschwitz, and what the sources of his "knowledge" were.
To the impartial observer, a confession by an individual claimed to have assisted in the perpetration the Holocaust sounds very convincing, whereas a denial elicits only sneers. This section deals with persons who were on the side of the alleged perpetrators and who either confessed or denied – or sometimes both. What are these confessions or denials worth?