The Maly Trostenets "Extermination Camp"

Published: 2010-04-01

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 extermination camp”, it is practically unknown to all but those with special interest in the Holocaust in Belarus that another alleged “extermination camp” was operated by the Commander of the Security Police and Security Service Minsk (Kommandeurs der Sicherheitspolizei und des SD (KdS) Minsk) between 1941 and June 1944 at the former Soviet kolkhoz (collective farm) “Karl Marx” in the village of Maly Trostenets, some 12 km southeast of Minsk.

In this series of two papers, revisionist scholar Thomas Kues gives on overview of the sources used by orthodox historiography as the basis for their claim that this camp was indeed an “extermination camp.”



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 …

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 ESC Report of …
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