Vad Vashem and the Number of Holocaust Victims

Published: 2017-02-08
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The Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Museum Yad Vashem is collecting the names of those Jews who died in “the Holocaust.” When they made their data accessible on the internet, revisionists started scrutinizing the data. As this series of papers shows, they found double entries, even multiple entries for one individual, bulk entries of entire groups of individuals with no individual proof of their fate, and even the inclusion of survivors. Several tests demonstrated that there is no quality control of submissions at all. Any submission of a claimed victim will be accepted, even if it is entirely made up or doesn’t even make sense. Furthermore, some of the data contained in the database even refutes central tenets of the orthodox Holocaust narrative.

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