WWII Air Raid Equipment and the "Gas Chamber" Hysteria
Published: 1997-01-01

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Displays Standard German Air-Raid Shelter Door, Describing it as the Door to a "Gas Chamber"

Door of the alleged gas chamber at Majdanek

At left: The door at the concentration camp Majdanek from which the USHMM made the replica which is now on display in Washington D.C.

At right: The real function of the door and thousands more like it is shown in a widely distributed German ad for bomb-shelter doors and window covers, military and civilian.

For a complete analysis of the identity of anti-gas warfare air raid equipment and "gas chamber" fixtures, based on contemporary German civil defense literature, read:

For a discussion of air raid shelters and gas protection in Germany, read:

For additional information read:


Concerned Americans are urged to ask the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum whether the "Gas Chamber" door display is a misinterpretation or a misrepresentation.

Write to the USHMM at the following address:

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, D.C. 20024-2150


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