Werd wrote:Interesting Stormfront discussion.
The researcher expresses more prudence than the medias about her findings.
“These initial findings indicate that we still have a great deal to learn about the history of Treblinka. Traces of the camp clearly do survive below the ground and the use of archaeological methods has revealed structures, pits and other subtle traces of the camp’s existence and layout. Most importantly, these findings can contribute to our knowledge about the nature of Nazi persecution and the treatment of the victims sent there.”
Caroline’s research will be explored further in a forthcoming BBC Radio 4 documentary, The Hidden Graves of the Holocaust on Monday 23 January at 8pm.
http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/ou ... caust.aspx
On last August I tried to know more about that work. It seems that we will have to wait some time more to read the final Caroline's scientific publication. However, it is strange to me that an archeological work of such historical importance could be completed and of valuable relevance without any excavation.