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"The Truth Behind the Gates of Auschwitz".
https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=VsG1wzm5 ... 1545929294
I sent it to a friend and he replied that the main homicidal gas chambers were really in Auschwitz-Birkenau according to this article by Sergey Romanov:
https://holocaustcontroversies.blogspot ... video.html
That article states:
"This small makeshift gas chamber was adapted from a morgue in the crematorium I of the main camp in late 1941. The gassings here were occasional, it's unlikely that more than 10000 people were gassed in this chamber in total, the main killings took place in Auschwitz-Birkenau since early 1942, first in two peasant houses whose rooms were converted into makeshift gas chambers; then in the 4 big crematoria completed in the early 1943."
Can someone more knowledgeable than me please provide a link to a rebuttal of this claim?
Sorry if this question has been asked before, but I'm not finding it on a search of the forums.
See the following section:
The Rudolf Report: Expert Report on Chemical and Technical Aspects of the ‘Gas Chambers’ of Auschwitz
Also of interest is the book by Germar Rudolf, which I believe is something of an update on the Rudolf Report:
(PDF) The Chemistry of Auschwitz—The Technology and Toxicology of Zyklon B and the Gas Chambers – A Crime-Scene Investigation
see page 105 "5.4. “Gas Chambers” in the Birkenau Camp"
See also the following thread:
Cyanide Chemistry at Auschwitz
BTW, this is the 'standard' narrative as far as I can tell. Auschwitz was split into 3 camps:
1. Auschwitz I / Main camp / "Stammlager". The first camp, originally built as Austrian cavalry barracks in the late 19th century. Allegedly, on 3 September 1941, the first experimental gassing allegedly occurred in the cellar of one of the buildings (Block 11).
Carlo Mattogno: Auschwitz: The First Gassing—Rumor and Reality
In the following weeks, the morgue of the crematory (Crematory I) was supposedly converted into a homicidal gas chamber. The conversion consisted of knocking holes in the concrete roof, so that Zyklon B could be dumped into the room below. This gas chamber is said to have began operation around the end of 1941 and was in use until early 1943.
2. Auschwitz II / Birkenau. Allegedly, in the first half of 1942, two old farmhouses outside Auschwitz II were converted to gas chambers. These are referred to as 'Bunker 1' and 'Bunker 2'. The victims of these bunkers were cremated over wood fires in trenches. Between March and June 1943, four crematories (Crematories II-V) and associated "homicidal gas chambers" went into operation. In the underground gas chambers of Crematories II and III, Zyklon B is claimed to have been dumped through openings that were chiseled through the reinforced concrete roof after construction was completed, while the gas chambers of Crematories IV and V, which were above ground, had small hatches in the walls through which Zyklon B was introduced. Some of these homicidal facilities are said to have remained in use until the end of 1944.
3. Auschwitz III / Monowitz, built at a cost of five million Reichsmarks by I.G.Farben, and a large number of 'sub-camps' did not contain alleged homicidal gas chambers. The prisoners from here worked as forced laborers in the nearby I. G. Farben chemical and 'Buna' rubber plants.
-- Herbert Spencer
This video is also recommended:
The entire alleged Auschwitz 'homicidal gassing' process reviewed and demolished here.</b>
Science over the new religion.
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