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·   Mass graves expelling geysers of blood; [1]


·   Acid or boiling-water baths to produce human skeletons; [2]


·   Injections into the eyes of inmates to change their eye color; [3]


·   Production of shrunken heads from bodies of inmates; [4]


·   Skimming off boiling human fat from open-air cremation fires; [5]


·   Out of pity for complete strangers – a Jewish mother and her child – an SS-man voluntarily leaps into the gas chamber at the last second to die with them; [6]


·   Soap production from human fat, solemn burial of soap; [7]


·   Underground mass extermination in enormous rooms by means of high voltage electricity; [8]


·   Killing in vacuum chamber or with steam or chlorine gas; [9]


·   Mass graves with hundreds of thousands of bodies, removed without a trace within a few weeks; a true miracle of improvisation on  the part of the Germans; [10]


·   Gas chambers on wheels in Treblinka, which dumped their victims directly into burning pits; delayed-action poison gas that allowed the victims to leave the gas chambers and walk to the mass graves by themselves; [11]


·   Electrical conveyor-belt executions; [12]


·   Cremation of bodies in blast furnaces; [13]


·   SS bicycle races in the gas chamber of Birkenau; [14]


·   Removal of corpses by blasting, i.e., blowing them up; [15]


·   Blue haze after gassing with hydrocyanic acid (which is colorless); [16]


·   Singing of national anthems and the Internationale by the victims in the gas chamber; evidence of atrocity propaganda of Communist origin; [17]


·   Rapid-construction portable gas chamber sheds; [18]


·   Killing by drinking a glass of liquid hydrocyanic acid; [19]


·   Muscles cut from the legs of executed inmates contract so strongly that it makes the buckets jump about; [20]


·   Introduction of Zyklon gas into the gas chambers of Auschwitz through shower heads or from steel bottles; [21]


·   Manufacture of sausages of human flesh by the SS in the crematoria; [22]


·   Mummified human thumbs used as light switches in the home of Ilse Koch, wife of concentratoin camp commander Koch (Buchenwald); [23]





[1]     A. Rückerl, op. cit. (note 141), p. 273f.; E. Wiesel, Paroles d’Etranger, Edition du Seuil, Paris 1982, p. 86; A. Eichmann, in: H. Arendt, op. cit. (note 179), p. 184; B. Naumann, op. cit. (note 142), p. 214.


[2]     F. Müller, in: H. Langbein, op. cit. (note 151), v. 1, p. 87; witness Wells in the Eichmann Trial, in: F. J. Scheidl, op. cit. (note 74), v. 4, p. 236.


[3]     H. Langbein, Menschen in Auschwitz, op. cit. (note 152), pp. 383f.


[4]     H. Langbein, ibid., p. 381.


[5]     R. Höß, in: M. Broszat (ed.), op. cit. (note 71), p. 130; H. Tauber, in: J.-C. Pressac, op. cit. (note 17), pp. 489f.; F. Müller, Sonderbehandlung, Steinhausen, Munich 1979, pp. 207f., 217ff.; H. Langbein, Menschen in Auschwitz, op. cit. (note 152), p. 148; B. Naumann, op. cit. (note 142), pp. 10, 334f., 443; S. Steinberg, according to: Französisches Büro des Informationsdienstes über

Kriegsverbrechen (ed.), Konzentrationslager Dokument 321, Reprint 2001, Frankfurt/Main 1993, p. 206; and many more.


[6]     E. Bonhoeffer, op. cit. (note 213), pp. 48f.


[7]     S. Wiesenthal, Der neue Weg (Vienna), 15/16 & 17/18, 1946; the Soviets wanted to make this one of the charges at the IMT (Exhibit USSR-393), but this plan failed due to the other Allies; cf. H. Härtle, Freispruch für Deutschland, Schütz, Göttingen 1965, pp. 126ff.; the Greenwood Cemetery in Atlanta (Georgia, USA) is not the only site to boast a Holocaust-memorial gravestone for 4 bars of “Jewish soap”. Cf. also the following corrections: R. Harwood, D. Felderer, JHR 1(2) (1980) pp. 131-139; M. Weber, JHR 11(2) (1991) pp. 217-227.


[8]     Aside from C. Mattogno, op. cit. (note 339), cf. esp. S. Szende, Der letzte Jude aus Polen, Europa-Verlag, Zürich 1945; S. Wiesenthal, Der neue Weg (Vienna), 19/20, 1946.


[9]     Aside from C. Mattogno, op. cit. (note 339), cf. esp. W. Grossmann, Die Hölle von Treblinka, Verlag für fremdsprachige

Literatur, Moscow 1947; The Black Book of Polish Jewry, Roy Publishers, New York 1943.


[10]    Aside from note 349, cf. also W. Benz, Dimension des Völkermords, Oldenbourg, Munich 1991; pp. 320, 469, 479, 489, 537ff.


[11]    Reports of the Polish underground movement, Archiv der Polnischen Vereinigten Arbeiterpartei, 202/III, v. 7, pp. 120f., quoted in: P. Longerich, op. cit. (note 271), p. 438.


[12]    Pravda, Feb. 2, 1945, cf. U. Walendy, Historische Tatsachen No. 31: “Die Befreiung von Auschwitz 1945”, Verlag für Volkstum und Zeitgeschichtsforschung, Vlotho 1987, p. 4.


[13]    H. von Moltke, Briefe an Freya 1939-1945, Beck, Munich 1988, p. 420; cf. P. Longerich (ed.), op. cit. (note 271), p. 435; Pravda, Feb. 2, 1945.


[14]    Nürnberger Nachrichten, Sept. 11, 1978, reported eyewitness testimony in jury court trial, Aschaffenburg, Germany.


[15]    R. Höß, in: M. Broszat (ed.), op. cit. (note 71), pp. 161f.; A. Rückerl, NS-Prozesse, op. cit. (note 127), p. 78; H. Grabitz, NS-Prozesse…, op. cit. (note 191), p. 28.


[16]    R. Böck, Frankfurt Public Prosecutor’s Office, Ref. 4 Js 444/59, pp. 6881f.


[17]    H. G. Adler, H. Langbein, E. Lingens-Reiner (eds.), Auschwitz – Zeugnisse und Berichte, Europäische Verlagsanstalt,

Cologne 1984, p. 76.


[18]    R. Aschenauer (ed.), Ich, Adolf Eichmann, Druffel, Leoni 1980, pp. 179f.


[19]    Verdict of the Hannover District Court, Ref. 2 Ks 1/60; cf. H. Lichtenstein, op. cit. (note 84), p. 83.


[20]    F. Müller, op. cit. (note 345), p. 74.


[21]    M. Scheckter and a report of June 4, 1945, written by an officer of the 2nd Armored Division, referring to Auschwitz; Französisches Büro des Informationsdienstes über Kriegsverbrechen (ed.), op. cit. (note 345), p. 184.


[22]    David Pressac, in J.-C. Pressac, op. cit. (note 17), p. 554, fourth column, lines 17-22.


[23]    Kurt Glass, New York Times, April 10, 1995.



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