By its victim count, Treblinka is by far the largest and probably most notorious of the four “Aktion Reinhardt” camps, which according to orthodox historiography served as “pure extermination camps” for the mass murder of Jews in gas chambers. The other camps are: Belzec, Chelmno/Kulmhof, and Sobibór.

The Case of Brushwood That Was Not Available

Exterminationists offer a wide variety of means by which millions of human cadavers, victims of the so-called Holocaust, are said to have been disposed of, ranging from stationary or portable crematoria to pyre burning, but the version currently offered by the Treblinka Museum on their website is perhaps the most-ludicrous of them all. The museum claims that 800,000 alleged victims were burned on grates made of rails, with brushwood as the source of energy. The brushwood necessary to fuel those pyres was allegedly collected in nearby forests, or was simply somehow miraculously available in sufficient quantities during the first half of 1943, when the claimed Treblinka victims are said to have been cremated. In this paper, the authors attempt to describe this operation, with strong emphasis on the logistics needed.

What Happened to Jews Sent to the Aktion Reinhardt Camps?

Establishment historians state that all Jews sent to the Aktion Reinhardt camps of Treblinka, Belzec and Sobibor were exterminated. It is claimed that a handful of strong young Jews were temporarily spared to keep the camps running. All other Jews sent to the Aktion Reinhardt camps were immediately gassed upon arrival without registration.[1] Historian Peter…

The 1999 Krege Report on the Treblinka Extermination Camp

On Jan 21, 2012, The Barnes Review posted a paper by Santiago Alvarez reporting about research conducted by a mainstream archaeologist in the area of the former German wartime camp "Treblinka," where some 700,000 Jews are said to have been murdered during WWII. In this posting reference was made to the preliminary results of similar research conducted in 1999 by Australian engineer Richard Krege. Alvarez indicated that so far Krege's brief paper on the results of his research had been published only in German and French. Made aware of this, one of our volunteers swiftly translated Krege's paper, and here it is (somewhat edited and corrected).

Eyewitnesses to the Treblinka “Gas Chambers”

Traditional Holocaust historians state that Treblinka was a pure extermination camp in which approximately 870,000 Jews were murdered. The number of Jewish survivors of Treblinka is generally thought to have been between 40 and 70, and probably closer to the lower figure. This article will examine the credibility of several Jewish survivors of Treblinka.

One Survivor, One Single Survivor!

Abstract Orthodox Holocaust scholars reject the revisionist claim that the so-called Aktion Reinhardt Camps were transit camps for Jewish deportees on their way to the East. They challenge revisionists to show them one Jew, one single Jew, who was deported through any of those camps and survived. This paper presents evidence of thousands of Jews…

After 70 Years, Archeologists Start Looking for Holocaust Evidence

After 70 Years, Archeologists Start Looking for Holocaust Evidence2012-01-21Santiago Alvarez "Mass Graves at Nazi Death Camp Treblinka Prove Holocaust Deniers Wrong" This was the title of an article in the British local newspaper The Huffington Post of Jan 16, 2012. It reported about the forensic research conducted on the territory of the former German wartime…

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…

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