Holocaust Fact Check The Franke-Gricksch N-Tower (1:01:24 Hrs)

Published: 2020-12-16

Alfred Franke-Gricksch (1906-1952) was a SS Obersturmfuhrer (about the same as a Leutenant Colonel in the US and British Armies). As part of his duties, during the Second World War, he visited two Concentration Camps (Auschwitz and Majdanek), 3 Labor camps, and the SS garrison at Lublin. Regarding Auschwitz, he wrote a report about the "extermination" facilities there. This report ended up being presented by the Americans as evidence for the "Holocaust".

Attempting to build an political movement called the "Brotherhood" he was arrested in East Berlin by the Communists in 1951. In 1952 after a trial he was convicted of supporting the international bourgeoisie (para. 4), espionage (para. 6), propaganda against the Soviet Union (para. 10) and preparing and committing counter-revolutionary crimes (para. 11). A pardon was rejected on August 15, 1952. Franke-Gricksch was executed in Moscow three days later.  His wife was sentenced to 25 years of forced labor. She returned to West Germany from the Vorkuta labor camp in October 1955. In 1995 Franke-Gricksch was rehabilitated by the Russian authorities and the verdict retroactively reversed. 

The "Franke-Gricksch Report," is just another document purporting to be an authentic Nazi report of the "gassing" procedure at Auschwitz. It is examined here and shown to be a pathetic forgery. 

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Title: Holocaust Fact Check The Franke-Gricksch N-Tower (1:01:24 Hrs)
Published: 2020-12-16
First posted on CODOH: Dec. 16, 2020, 8:18 p.m.
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