Nessie.. wrote:Haimi Sobibor Report 2013. The summary I have quoted below shows how more of the camp has been excavated, where the excavation was and that more human remains were found.
"The aim of the excavation was to reveal the perimeter of the mass graves and to better
understand the connection between the crematoria discovered in the spring of 2013
and the mass graves. The ultimate goal was to determine the location of the eastern
fence of Camp 3 and thus estimate the size of the camp.
From early on, it was clear that the paucity of artifacts in this area was due to the fact that
this was the site where the murder of the victims was carried out and the victims arrived
naked to this point after they had been stripped of their clothes and other belongings in Camp 2.
In the winter season, over 3,500 square meters were excavated, revealing remains of
the crematoria, mass graves and remains of double fence that encircled Camp 3.
Fragments of human bone and hair were uncovered in the excavation."
A summary of the Belzec studies from 1945 to 2000;
It shows how more of the camp was studied and more traces of human remains were found.
An interview with C S-C at the University of Birmingham;
The Staffs Uni work at that site has shown the camp is bigger than previously thought; "Also with the topographic survey we’ve demonstrated that the camp as it’s marked currently on the ground by the modern memorial was actually much larger, that the boundaries of the camp should have been 50 metres further north and this has a knock-on effect for a number of structures within the camp itself."
So I am correct to say more and more has been found, which further weakens denier/revisionist claims that the camps had another function.
Nessie the items I have marked in red are the nearest you come to quantifying anything. In what way is any of that "Quantified. Hard evidence, please."