Pon wrote:This document is a inventory for crematorium II, https://phdn.org/archives/holocaust-history.org/auschwitz/19430331-inventory/Near the top right, we see that there are two inventory items which have been written in by hand. They are a little difficult to make out, especially in this reproduction, but they read "Drahtnetzeinschiebvorrichtung" and "Holzblenden." The numeral 4 is written in each category. In this closeup, the text has been rotated ninety degrees:
Inventory: insertion devices, wooden covers.
"Drahtnetzeinschiebvorrichtung" is a large compound word. Words like this are quite common in the German language. Its meaning is put together from the words which form it:
der Draht - wire
das Netz - grid, net
einschieben - insert
die Vorrichtung - device, mechanism
This is best translated as "wire-mesh insertion device" or "wire-mesh introduction device."
"Holzblenden" means "wooden covers."
The only discrepancy is that they were listed for the undressing room and not the morgue (or gas chamber), (then again other items were switched between the two as well), there may be any reason for that, but just the fact that there is a inventory item which can be translated as wire-mesh introduction device should raise an eyebrow, especially if they are meant for the cellar, oh, and that there are four of them.
Wow Pon, what a find! I guess the Nazis did use these silly/ridiculous Zyklon-B induction devices after all, instead of something that would have been more efficient...
Oh, wait, nevermind. You already tried this one. It has been addressed, which you have ignored:
There is simply nothing sinister at all about this. When someone goes through the many thousands and thousands of documents at Auschwitz, even if you accept that the "Holocaust" is a hoax and that no jew was gassed, eventually you will find something, on its own, that could be possibly construed as supporting your silly storyline. I could accuse you of some violent crime and then go through all of your receipts from the store, look through your residence and internet history and find "traces" to prove it, ignoring all of the other contradictions and impossibilities. A dirty shovel in your garage, a used roll of duct tape, a 2 year old receipt for a rope, a netflix account that has watched some murder-mystery documentary series. And of course, some neighbor that hates you for some reason, but is willing to testify that you used them all in some murder spree that he witnessed himself. Really conclusive, right?
These sorts of documents must be seen in context. Perhaps it would help if we understood at how German bomb shelters of the time were designed.
The link I posted above was quoting Crowell, but Mattogno gives a different interpretation that disagrees with Crowell:
http://www.vho.org/GB/Books/anf/Mattogno.htmlDrahtnetzeinschiebvorrichtung does not signify "dispositifs d’introduction en treillis de fil de fer" ["introduction devices made of wire netting"] (p. 79), but rather, insertion devices (the verb einschieben, means in fact, "insert, to slide into"; for example, one "inserts" a drawer in a closet).
The device for the introduction of Zyklon B in the alleged homicidal gas chambers would be called Einwurfvorrichtung (Pressac himself speaks in fact of déversement, "pouring out," of the Zyklon B in the alleged homicidal gas chambers [p. 89]). The Holzblenden, obturateurs de bois, "wooden obstructors" (p. 79), cannot be what Pressac maintains, i.e. wooden covers of the alleged introduction devices of the Zyklon B: These devices would be called in fact Holzdeckel, precisely covers, not obstructors.
Pressac states that the above-mentioned devices were found in "morgue 1" (p. 79), that is, in Leichenkeller 1, the alleged homicidal gas chamber. In reality, in the inventory of Crematory II,  these devices are attributed to Leichenkeller 2, the alleged changing room (for the supposed homicidal gas chamber): Did the SS want to gas the victims in the "changing room"? But that’s not all! These devices do not figure at all in the inventory of Crematory III: Then how did the SS think they could introduce the Zyklon B into the gas chamber? - by affably asking the victims to carry in the cans of Zyklon B and open them after the gas-proof door closed behind them?
Therefore, these devices could have been anything but what Jean-Claude Pressac claims.
Crowell himself responds to Mattogno here:
Comments On Mattogno's Critique Of The Bomb Shelter Thesis
van Pelt did not even use this document in the Irving-Lipstadt trial, probably because he didn't want to get called out on this absurd mistranslation which would weaken his case. And this is despite the fact that van Pelt did actually insist that wire mesh introduction devices were used to murder hundreds of thousands of jews at Auschwitz. He was certainly aware of the document, but ignored it. Quite telling.
"Drahtnetzeinschiebevorrichtung" = "wire net sliding device"
It may be even more simple than what Crowell suggests. Airducts in the a morgue need openings to blow in and suck out air (ducts alone will not do it). These openings are covered with a "wire net" similar to air heating systems in the USA, largely to keep vermin out. These wire net frames may have been removable for cleaning purposes. The openings can be regulated with a "Blende" (louvered cover), same as normal louvered heating air outlets in the USA.