Author: Thomas Kues

Thomas Kues was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1981. He currently resides in central Sweden. he has an academic background in literature, linguistics and translation and is fluent in several languages, including English, German, Dutch and Japanese. he is frofessionally active as a freelance translator, and has been privately active as a revisionist writer since 2007. he is the author of some 50 articles related to holocaust revisionism, chiefly concerning the Aktion Reinhardt camps (Bełżec, Sobibór, Treblinka). Together with Jürgen Graf and Carlo Mattogno he has co-authored the study Sobibór. Holocaust Propaganda and Reality (TBR Books 2010). He is also a frequent contributor to the Inconvenient History journal and Smith's Report, editor of the Inconvenient History revisionist webblog and the Swedish-language Sann Historia (Real History) webblog. His current research focuses on the issue of the real destination of the Jews allegedly gassed Jews in the "extermination camps" (presented in the ongoing Inconvenient History article series "Evidence for the Presence of 'Gassed' Jews in the Occupied Eastern Territories") and on the subject of the Einsatzgruppen.

Comments on Treblinka Statements by Caroline Sturdy Colls

Caroline Sturdy Colls C. Mattogno: Belzec in Propaganda,Testimonies, ArcheologicalResearch, and History J. Graf, C. Mattogno, T. Kues: Sobibor. HolocaustPropaganda and Reality In November 2010 I published a blog entry on an online video concerning the research activity of a young British archaeologist from the University of Birmingham, Caroline Sturdy Colls, who had set out to…

Israel Cymlich and Oskar Strawczynski, “Escaping Hell in Treblinka”

Israel Cymlich, Oskar Strawczynski, Escaping Hell in Treblinka, Yad Vashem, York/Jerusalem 2007 In this volume, historian David Silberklang presents the memoirs of the Polish Jews Israel Cymlich and Oskar Strawczynski, dated respectively to June 1943 and the summer of 1944. While Strawczynski was a detainee at the “extermination camp”; Treblinka II, Cymlich is one of…

Three Aspects of the German Deportation of European Jews into the Occupied Eastern Territories, 1941-1944

The following article consists of three extracts from The “Extermination Camps” of “Aktion Reinhardt”: An Analysis and Refutation of the Factitious “Evidence”, Forgeries and Faulty Argumentation of the “Holocaust Controversies” Bloggers, a comprehensive rebuttal to Jonathan Harrison, Roberto Muehlenkamp, Jason Myers, Sergey Romanov and Nicholas Terry’s Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka. Holocaust Denial and Operation Reinhard, a…

The Rumbula Massacre – A Critical Examination of the Facts, Part 1

1. The Rumbula Massacre in Mainstream Historiography Of the individual mass shootings of Jews perpetrated by German special units together with local auxiliary forces in the occupied parts of the Soviet Union and the Baltic countries in 1941–1944, the one at Babi Yar near Kiev on 29–30 September 1941 is undoubtedly the best known. This…

Three Books on Treblinka

During recent years there have appeared from time to time new books on the Treblinka “death camp”. Compared with the vast number of Auschwitz-related publications, and considering the fact that, according to the exterminationist point of view, Treblinka claimed the second-highest number of victims among the six “death camps” (the victim figure given usually varies…

Evidence for the Presence of “Gassed” Jews in the Occupied Eastern Territories, Part 3

The following article is a continuation of Thomas Kues’s Evidence for the Presence of “Gassed” Jews in the Occupied Eastern Territories, Part 2. Thomas Kues’s analysis takes up the revisionist proposal that Jews sent to the “extermination camps” and allegedly gassed there were in fact deloused and then sent away, the vast majority of them…

A Premature News Report on a “Death Camp” for Jews

An alleged revisionist forgery In 1990, German revisionist Udo Walendy published an issue of his journal Historische Tatsachen (Historical Facts) entitled “Der Fall Treblinka” (“The Treblinka Case”) that focused on the numerous absurd allegations surrounding this supposed “pure extermination camp”. On one of the first pages of this publication Walendy has reproduced in facsimile a…

The Maly Trostenets “Extermination Camp,” Part 1

1. Introduction While it is well known to all with an interest in Holocaust historiography that the Germans operated six alleged “extermination camps” in Poland – Auschwitz-Birkenau, Majdanek, Chełmno (Kulmhof), Treblinka, Bełżec and Sobibór – and while some may be familiar with the claim that the camp Stutthof near Danzig (Gdansk) functioned as an “auxiliary…

The Maly Trostenets “Extermination Camp,” Part 2

See here for Part 1 of this series. 3. A Brief Assessment of Anomalies, Contradictions and Incongruities 3.1. The Victim Figure In the table below I have summarized the various victim estimates presented above in order of magnitude: Table 2: The Maly Trostenets victim figure according to witnesses and Holocaust historians Source Number of Victims…

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