KLV LQWHQWLRQ %XW ZKDW ZDV WKH UHVXOW" 7KH IROORZLQJ “That the so-called incineration procedure (crémation) was satisfactory cannot be claimed with the certainty the chemist Créteur thinks it can. The success of the procedure was not at all an incineration in the chemical sense, but merely a carbonization; but even the latter, which in and of itself would suffice for hygienic purposes, was not reached to the degree that was necessary to render the corpses harmless. Before the corpse parts could be ignited, the hydrocarbons of the tar had to be burned. But as a result of this the O 2[\JHQ@ content of the air was reduced to such a degree that only a small part was left over for the carbonization, which in addition could have a direct carbonization effect only if the corpse parts had already lost a major part of their water content. As a result of this only the corpse parts at the surface were carbonized, the content in the depth, however, to which O could not get (and that is particularly true for mass graves), was not at all or only to a minor degree involved in that process. The flesh in lower parts was at best roasted by the influence of the heat.” 'U + )U|KOLFK op. cit QRWH SS I *(50$5 58'2/) &$5/2 0$772*12 AUSCHWITZ LIES
,Q ³%RG\ 'LVSRVDO´ =LPPHUPDQ ZULWHV “Holocaust History Project member and computer programmer Mark Van Alstine has examined the May 31 photo for the author and confirms Brugioni’s observation that the White Bunker is in the wooded area where the eyewitnesses say it was. He has identified three burning pits in the area of the White Bunker (Mattogno states that there were four).
Van Alstine is able to confirm from the photo the existence of three huts that were used for prisoners undressing near the White Bunker. Recall that Hoess wrote that there were three huts near the White Bunker.”
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“I pointed out that this structure and the huts next to it – which were used as gas chambers and undressing huts identified by many eyewitnesses – is visible on the May 31 photo. Mattogno has yet to address the issue of the existence of these structures on the photo.”,Q P\ VWXG\ Auschwitz: Open Air Incinerations, KDYH GHPRQVWUDWHG WKDW WKH SUHVHQFH RI WKUHH ³KXWV´ RQ WKH SKRWRJUDSK RI 0D\ LV QRWKLQJ EXW D OLH
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“‘four, possibly five large, recently bulldozed linear excavations« The total length of these excavations is between 1,200 and 1,500 feet. All appear to have recently been covered over, since no shadows are evident. These excavations have the classic appearance of a mass grave site…’ Mattogno claimed that these grave sites had ceased being used in 1943 with the completion of the four crematoria. However, Luca’s observation about their recently being bulldozed shows that they were in current use.”
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