bonniwell2923 wrote:He states is was a reservoir
If you think about it, when is a threat of fire at it's highest? In the winter when people are trying to warm themselves (see chimneys on buildings)
In the winter time, does that water not become a useless block of ice?. Lakes freeze over enough to drive on in Minnesota
Note location of pool, it is not central in the camp, it is on one side of the camp away from the only entrance. What were their pumping capabilities if fire was on the other side of the fence? Needless to say the time to run the hose.
At a time of year when the threat of fire is at it's highest, the pool/reservoir is a block of ice
Swimming pool at Mauthausen with lounging Jews.
courtesy of Carlos Porter at: http://www.cwporter.com
No doubt another 'reservoir.
The coup de grâce:
Jew, Marc Klein, former Auschwitz inmate, in "Observations et réflexions sur les camps de concentration nazis", taken from the journal Etudes germaniques (No. 3, 1946), 1948, p. 31
, explicitly mentions that 'there were soccer, basketball and water polo matches.
That the SS administration allowed regular amusements for the prisoners, even on weekdays. A movie theater showed Nazi newsreels and sentimental films and a very popular cabaret gave presentations often attended by the SS authorities. Finally, there was a very creditable orchestra, made up originally only of Polish musicians and replaced later by a new, high-quality group made up of musicians of all nationalities, mostly Jews'
Dr. Faurisson shreds J.C Pressac's 'gas chambers'viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6457
This is too easy,