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A New Affirmationist Study on Auschwitz

By Mattogno, C. , published 2010-01-27

...cremation process in the Topf ovens at Auschwitz-Birkenau 8.6.1. The documents 8.6.2. Kessler’s cremation experiments 8.6.3. The list of cremations at the Westerbork crematorium 8.6.4. The list of cre...



The Crematories of Auschwitz, A Critique of Jean-Claude Pressac

By Mattogno, C. , published 1994-11-01

...cremation capacity in Crematory II and Crematory III each at Birkenau was 800 or 1,000 bodies per day, with the possibility of as many as 1,440, while the cremation capacity each of Crematory IV and C...



On the Piper-Meyer-Controversy, Soviet Propaganda vs. Pseudo-Revisionism

By Mattogno, C. , published 2004-05-01

...cremation capacity, which was eight times above the actual capacity! F. Piper of course knows exactly that the credibility of his 'eyewitnesses' goes down the drain if he would state the true capacity...



The Crematoria Ovens of Auschwitz and Birkenau

By Mattogno, C. , published 1993-01-01

...Capacity for Normal Cremations at Auschwitz-Birkenau Therefore, given the capacity of one body per hour and 20 hours' operation per day, the actual maximum capacity of the Topf cremation ovens of Ausc...



Auschwitz. Fritjof Meyer's New Revisions, A Review

By Mattogno, C. , published 2003-02-01

...capacity of 2,650 bodies per day, which was never realized. This memo, written by the best known German cremation specialist of the time, shows that the total cremation capacity of 4,756 bodies per da...



An Exercise in Futility, Book Review

By Crowell, S. , published 2001-07-01

...cremation facilities to dispose of their remains. Furthermore, since most of the authors endorse the idea of cremation pits at Auschwitz capable of destroying the remains of thousands on a daily basis...



Sobibor Strangeness, A small compendium

By Kues, T. , published 2008-05-29

...capacity of 200 victims per chamber. For the same building Miriam Novitch (Sobibor. Martyrdom and Revolt, p. 26) claim a total capacity of 150 people. Schelvis on the other hand merely notes that the ...



The Gassed People of Auschwitz: Pressac's New Revisions, A Review

By Mattogno, C. , published 1995-01-01

...cremation capacity was 2,000 cadavers per day? The only possible basis would be Filip Müller's declaration. But in this case, Pressac's three "cremation pits" would have had a maximum cremation capaci...



Christian Gerlach and the "Extermination Camp" at Mogilev

By Mattogno, C. , published 2012-07-01

...cremation economy, including cremation times, drastically increasing the duration of cremation. What is more, only one half oven, i.e., 4 muffles, was ever sent to Mogilev, which means that, even u...



Neither Trace nor Proof, The Seven Auschwitz 'Gassing' Sites According to Jean-Claude Pressac

By Aynat Eknes, E. , published 1991-07-01

...Cremation Capacity of the Crematoria On the momentous question of the cremation of the corpses, Pressac states the following: The real throughput of a type II/III Krematorium was from 1,000 to 1...



The Four Million Figure of Auschwitz, Origin, Revisions and Consequences

By Mattogno, C. , published 2003-11-01

...capacity to 4,515. In their attempt to increase the cremation capacity of the ovens, the camp administration recommended to cut down the cremation time to 20 minutes and to triple the number of cor...



Republican Party Animal, A Review

By Smith, C. , published 2014-08-29

...Cremation Furnaces of Auschwitz—an exhaustive technical and historical study of cremation technology in general and of the cremation furnaces used at Auschwitz and Birkenau in particular: T...



Holocau$t summary

By Moran, T. , published 2002-01-01

...Cremations Along with gas chambers, the cremation of bodies is the utmost foremost highlight of the Holocaust story. Without a doubt the only thing the general public ever hears or sees about this c...



The Cremation Furnaces of Auschwitz, A Technical and Historical Study

By Mattogno, C., Deana, F. , published 2015-07-01

...cremations. Next they sketch out the development of modern cremation techniques with emphasis on Germany, and they investigate the results of several scientific cremation experiments conducted over th...



Dissecting the Holocaust: The Growing Critique of "Truth" and "Memory", A Review

By Macvie, E. , published 2013-12-01

...cremation technology followed by a detailed description of every and all of the cremation facilities installed at both Auschwitz and Birkenau, followed in turn by a detailed history of the usage of al...



Review of Auschwitz Forensically Examined

By Wear, J. , published 2019-04-04

...cremation capacity at Auschwitz/Birkenau was significantly lower.[18] There was never enough capacity at Auschwitz/Birkenau to cremate 4,800 corpses per day as alleged by pro-Holocaust historians.[19]...



Capacity and Role of the Auschwitz Crematoria

By Butz, A. , published 2007-01-07

...cremation capacity. The figures for total deaths at the two camps in Germany have entirely different interpretations from those for Auschwitz. The latter was evacuated in January 1945, under condition...



An Introduction to Holocaust Revisionism

By Moran, T. , published 2004-01-01

...Cremations Along with gas chambers, the cremation of bodies is the utmost foremost highlight of the Holocaust story. Without a doubt the only thing the general public ever hears or sees about th...



Auschwitz: A Three-Quarter Century of Propaganda, Origins, Development and Decline of the “Gas-Chamber” Propaganda Lie

By Mattogno, C. , published 2018-01-26

...cremation complexes put together, therefore, this means a capacity of 60,000 people in 24 hours.” The expert added that, in 1944, Birkenau’s cremation capacity was 18,000 bodies per d...



From Greece to Birkenau

By Heliotis, P. , published 2018-01-30

...cremation. On the Auschwitz cremation devices see C. Mattogno, F. Deana, The Cremation Furnaces of Auschwitz: A Technical and Historical Study, Castle Hill Publishers, Uckfield 2015. [2] ...



Chil Rajchman’s Treblinka Memoirs

By Kues, T. , published 2010-04-01

...capacity of the individual chambers:   Old Dimensions Old Capacity New Dimensions New Capacity Rajchman ? 450-500 7×7×? 400 ...



Auschwitz: A case of plagiarism

By Mattogno, C. , published 1990-04-01

...capacity. Twenty thousand go to their end in the gas chambers and, from there, into the incineration ovens.[21] In reality the maximum cremation capacity of 15 muffles, according to Nyiszli's figures,...



The International Auschwitz Controversy, A Review

By Rudolf, G. , published 2004-12-01

...cremation time by ⅓ (p. 258). Performance, however, is a physical term meaning energy per time and corpse. The time required for a cremation was not effected, but the energy, because the three-m...



Claimed Crematory Rates at Birkenau Seem Improbable , Postings from Usenet newsgroup, alt.revisionism

By Beaulieu, J. , published 1996-02-24

...capacity, that you use often to show your point, to proove such high output rates, is not really different than what we can find in a modern crematoria, how do you explain that the cremation time woul...



The Problem of Cremator Hours and Incineration Time

By Buchner, R. , published 1981-10-01

...Cremation is an effective way to decompose infectious organic material. This however does not require complete cremation. If one speculates a lesser degree of cremation in WWII camps (to decrease inci...



The Case of Walter Lüftl or, Contemporary History and the Justice System

By Rademacher, W. , published 1993-01-01

...capacity of the individual retorts in crematoria II through V allegedly was 96 persons per day,[17] the capacity of crematorium I would have been only half as great – even though the supplier (Topf &a...



The Report of the Soviet Extraordinary State Commission on the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, The Genesis of a Propaganda Project

By Schwensen, K. , published 2011-12-01

...capacity of which probably did not exceed 14 cremations per day. In preparation for a sustained program of execution of selected Soviet prisoners of war (the so-called “Russenaktion”) i...



Christopher Browning: The State of the Evidence For the 'Final Solution'

By Renk, B. , published 1999-09-26

...capacity of the ovens themselves as 10,000 per day is augmented by a given monthly capacity for each cremation facility and in the independent reference to the open-air cremations as having occurred p...



Outdoor Incineration of Livestock Carcasses

By Köchel, H. , published 2015-03-10

...cremation capacity mentioned or implied in the literature of up to 7,000 bodies, ten outdoor cremation sites of the above size had to exist at the same time – all in various stages of the proces...



Jean-Claude Pressac and the War Refugee Board Report

By Mattogno, C. , published 1990-12-01

...cremation, we obtain a crematorium's true cremation capacity! We add that the data in the Vrba-Wetzler report for a crematorium of type II/III furnish a daily cremation capacity of 1,728 corpses, not ...



Poland, Vernichtungslager

By Karmen, R. , published 1944-08-21

...cremation furnace was running day and night and its CHIMNEYS NEVER CEASED SMOKING. The capacity of its five compartments was 1,400 daily... The Germans had begun to build an annex when the Red Army ar...



Hitler's Apologists, The Anti-Semitic Propaganda of Holocaust 'Revisionism'. A Review

By Weber, C. , published 1994-01-01

...capacity. One Illinois couple had the courage to protest such indoctrination of their daughter (pages 27-28). If this book is used in such compulsory courses, there might even be a few bright seventh-...



Cautious Mainstream Revisionism, A Review

By Rudolf, G. , published 2003-02-01

...cremation capacity now back up existing documents concerning deportations into the camp. Hence, the dimension of this collapse of civilization has attained a conceivable dimension and provides a convi...



'Holocaust' Pharmacology vs. Scientific Pharmacology, A Review

By Kehl, H. , published 1981-04-01

...capacity of the gas chambers is described in some detail. Eye-witness Jankiel Wiernik states on page 158 that the gas chambers were 5 x 5 meters, which is 25 square meters (250 square feet). Into this...



Why Did the Heavens not Darken?, Book Review

By Butz, A. , published 1989-10-01

...cremation he is more than vague. He does not remark on the fact that for Belzec, Sobibor and Treblinka we do not have conclusive and detailed evidence of the contstruction of great cremation facilitie...



The Diary of Prisoner Number 109565

By Heliotis, P. , published 2018-01-30

...capacity see Carlo Mattogno, Franco Deana, The Cremation Furnaces of Auschwitz: A Technical and Historical Study, Castle Hill Publishers, Uckfield 2015. [3] See Germar Rudolf (ed.), Ai...



The Recovery of Human Fat in the Cremation Pits

By Mattogno, C. , published 2014-08-29

...capacity of the pits and the duration of the cremation procedure.[7] I recall that in the courtyard of Crematorium V there was a cremation site measuring 50 meters square, more or less square, ther...



Yehuda Bauer and the 'Polemical and Apologetic Bias' of Jewish Historiography, A Review

By Rollins, L. , published 1983-10-01

...cremations at Birkenau: "The two large crematoria I and II … had five three-retort ovens and could cremate about 2,000 bodies in less than 24 hours." Hoess never explained how such numbers of crematio...



"The Truth About the Gas Chambers"?, Historical Considerations relating to Shlomo Venezia's "Unique Testimony"

By Mattogno, C. , published 2010-04-01

...cremation pits"[105]. 8) The "cremation pits" in the area of "Bunker 2" The existence of "cremation pits" in the spring-summer of 1944 in the area of "...



Some Thoughts on Pressac’s Opus, A Response to a Major Critique of Holocaust Revisionism

By Butz, A. , published 1993-05-01

...capacity was excessive in relation to the real needs of the camp.” (Pressac’s emphasis)[7] He argues that the cremation capacity was excessive for a normal community of this many residents. However, n...