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Another book that, remarkably, helps the Revisionist case is Paul Berben's Dachau: 1933-45, The Official History. Dachau begins by positing that Dachau was an "extermination camp," then implicitly demolishes its own thesis.
When the pre-trial detachments had finished their work, I was transferred to Dachau, to serve as an official reporter in the American trials at Dachau. The German cities I had seen had been so thoroughly destroyed by Allied bombers that it was a pleasure for me to come to Dachau.
I understand that it is now conceded by the Promoters that there were no homicidal gas chambers at Dachau although that information hasn't made it to all concerned. John Cardinal O'Connor of New York has recently spoken about "seeing" the gas chambers at Dachau, I'm sorry to say.
Martin Broszat, translated from the Hamburg weekly Die Zeit under the headline “Keine Vergasung in Dachau” (“No Gassing in Dachau”). It appeared in the German edition of August 19, 1960, and in the US edition of August 26, 1960 (p. 14). Dr.
Gun isn't the only writer who didn't know that Dachau had been dropped from the "official" list of death camps. In his book Deliverance Day: The Last Hours at Dachau.
This elderly Jewish man lectures visitors to Dachau on his experiences as a wartime prisoner there. He is particularly passionate about the horrors of the camp’s gas chamber where, he explains, many prisoners were put to death with poison gas.