a sample of my Krema 2 and 3
1. Yes, it is said that up to 2000 bodies must be removed from the gas chamber. Like the floor rail system at Auschwitz Krema 1, 2 and 3, there is a rail system that gurneys can transport bodies with ease. This rail system can extend all the way into the back of the gas chamber, come out of the gas chamber, pass through the gold extraction room. There it is determined if there is gold to be mined. If there is gold in them thar teeth, slide the body off the gurney on rail to a table for processing. Both the table top and the gurney top are to be the same height. There could actually be an express rail to the chutes for those without gold. Not all corpses will have gold in their mouth, and they can take the express gurney rail route. Once the body is checked for valuables, it can be loaded back on the gurney for transport to the chute. Cornstarch or something can be used to lube the body as it slides on the gurney, table top and chute. The chute to the lower level can resemble a wide slide for kids at the park. If narrow, then be best the head is loaded in the chute first to avoid the arms and legs from catching on something. At the bottom of the slide the corpse is slid onto a gurney of equal height or slightly lower for transport to furnace entrance. Gurneys with castor wheels instead of riding on rails also very acceptable so long as the gurney height is correct.
2. Yes, a lot of bodies, and a lot of ash. But I have that covered too. For 4 million people at an average weight of 45Kgs turning into 1.6Kgs of ash will be about 6400 metric tons of ash. But you fail to say, that that 6400 tons does not come out at you at one time. Auschwitz 2 and 3 began operation in March 1943 and June 1943 to Oct 1944, Nov 1944 respectively. Ash would not be coming out on a constant basis. Regardless. The best way to handle that amount of ash is to first have a conveyor belt running near the ash doors on the furnaces. Shovel the ash from the furnace onto the (Metal) conveyor belt. After the last furnace, the conveyor will elevate up and out of the building and pour into a truck with a container. When the container is full, I can have Sgt. Schultz at S13 drive the truck to secret locations for disposal off camp. Here, I eliminated the need to dig ditches to hide ash and bones and create Ash Pond? The truck can be driven out of camp within a minute out the exit where the memorial area is at Berkinau. Two trucks will be needed so it does not cause a halt in operations. Since Henry Ford made trucks for Hitler during the war, he has me covered.
3. As for trucking coke fuel to the input chutes. Reference Krema 1 building layout at the main camp. The coke fuel was loaded thru a window chute in a room in back of the two famous furnaces on display. If you go outside that window, you will not see any railroad in the area there either. Thus, it had to be trucked in. So if you can truck it to the window chute at Krema 1 you can do the same for my design for krema 2 and 3 also.
4. The most labor intensive points my plan are loading bodies on the gurneys in gas chamber and shoveling coke fuel into the gasifier input chutes. For that crew, I will treat them right by giving them time off and a second portions of Lisa Douglas’ hot water soup to keep them healthy. I hear it is the best hot water soup in Hooterville. They will be required to be somewhat brawny. The rest of the process there is very manageable labor process and I would be able to have my assistance work horizontally instead of vertically and be able to work longer hours.