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=LPPHUPDQ ZULWHV LQ ³%RG\ 'LVSRVDO´ “Kurt Prüfer, builder of the ovens, was asked why the brick linings of the ovens were damaged so quickly. He replied that the damage resulting after six months was ‘because the strain on the furnaces was enormous.’ He recounted how he had told Topf’s chief engineer in charge of crematoria, Fritz Sanders VLF@, about the strain on the furnaces of so many corpses waiting to be incinerated as a result of the gassing. Sanders stated that he had been told by Prüfer and another Topf engineer that the ‘capacity of the furnaces was so great because three (gassed) corpses were incinerated (in one oven) simultaneously.’” +H DGGV LQ D IRRWQRWH *(50$5 58'2/) &$5/2 0$772*12 AUSCHWITZ LIES “Prufer said that two bodies were simultaneously incinerated in his presence.”
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Answer: In a crematorium with five furnaces and fifteen muffles, fifteen corpses were burned.” P\ HPSKDVLV 'XULQJ WKH LQWHUURJDWLRQ RI 0DUFK . 3UIHU GHFODUHG “I spoke about the enormous strain on the overused furnaces. I told Chief Engineer Sander: I am worried whether the furnaces can stand the excessive usage. In my presence two corpses were pushed into one muffle instead of one corpse. The furnaces could not stand the strain.” P\ HPSKDVLV 5HFDSLWXODWLQJ.XUW 3UIHU VWDWHG WKDW
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FHUWLQJ EDQDOLW\ -& 3UHVVDF op. cit QRWH S 5- YDQ 3HOW The Case for Auschwitz. Evidence from the Irving Trial,QGLDQD 8QLYHUVLW\ 3UHVV %ORRPLQJWRQ,QGLDQDSROLV S :KHQ ZRUNLQJ RQ WKLV ERRN YDQ 3HOW DOVR KDG WKH VXSSRUW RI -RKQ =LPPHUPDQ S ;,9 DQG WKDW LV SODLQ WR VHH 6HH P\ FULWLTXH The Real Case for Auschwitz &DVWOH +LOO 3XEOLVKHUV 8FNILHOG *(50$5 58'2/) &$5/2 0$772*12 AUSCHWITZ LIES “When the Germans burned the archives of the camp Kommandantur prior to their evacuation from Auschwitz in January 1945, they overlooked @ the archive of the building office that had been closed some months earlier, and as a result the material in this archive was found more or less intact.” SS-Obersturmführer -RWKDQQ VXFFHHGHG SS-Obersturmbannführer.DUO %LV FKRII DV KHDG RI WKH &HQWUDO &RQVWUXFWLRQ 2IILFH RQ 2FWREHU ZKHQ WKH
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