Photographic Evidence vs The Holocaust

Published: 2018-04-07

Aerial photo interpreter John Ball discusses the disconnect between the Holocaust story and the real photo evidence.

Ernst Zundel (1939 - 2017) introduces John Clive Ball, an aerial photo interpreter. John investigates mineral deposits as part of his profession. Here John talks about the air photos released by the CIA of Auschwitz-Birkenau. John states that the photos were deliberately altered by various marks before the photos were released by the CIA. John went on to look at other air photos such of Auschwitz I, Babi Ravine, Treblinka, and other places alledged to be "murder" sites.  At Babi Ravine in the Ukraine, the Communists claimed that the "reports" of SS task forces showed that 33,000 (some say 100,000) Jews were killed there. Typically, the evidence of the "dead" Jews were later exhumed, along with other sites, by another SS Task Force, under SS-Standartenfuhrer Paul Blobel. However, "his" affadavit produced by the Communists, says that this massive cover up job was only "partially" completed. No mass grave of dead Jews was opened by the Communists, nor has any been found. The only mass graves found in the former USSR are of anti-Communists. The last grave being found in August 2021 at Odessa of about 5,000 to 8,000 Ukrainians killed by the mainly Jewish NKVD. (Soviet Secret Police). The only thing the Communists reacted with was Khatyn, a village burnt by SS task forces in reprisals for partisan attacks on Security Forces in Belarus. This was a deliberate attempt to confuse Katyn, a place near Smolensk, where the NKVD killed over 4,000 Polish Officers. This is a fantastic video (26 minutes). John Ball's air photos appear in Holocau$t Handbook Volume 27.


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Author(s): Ernst Zündel , John Clive Ball
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Published: 2018-04-07
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