https://web.archive.org/web/20200124173 ... ong-130329 or https://archive.is/JK67iHolocaust archaeology: uncovering vital evidence to prove the deniers wrong
January 24, 2020 8.29am EST
Project Archaeologist, Staffordshire University
It’s now 75 years since Soviet troops liberated the notorious death camp at Auschwitz and the vast majority of Holocaust survivors are no longer with us. The impact of continuing to research the Holocaust can, therefore, not be underestimated. The further away we move from the events and the more first-hand witnesses we lose, the more disconnected we feel, both individually and as a society.
As an archaeologist, I have experienced first hand how using a measured, scientific approach to the investigation of these atrocities can help to answer questions, heal communities, bring closure and allow for a more balanced approach to the representation of the subject.
The presentation of rigorously researched scientific evidence to support the known (and sometimes forgotten) history, has become ever more important at a time when this is being challenged by misinformation, competing narratives and populist movements.
As is the case for most British people, what I knew about the Holocaust was originally limited to what I had learned during secondary education and through my exposure to the subject in the media. I did not study the Holocaust at degree level or make a determined effort to develop a greater awareness. Now, through my work in the field of Holocaust archaeology I know different.
3D laser scanning of the location of Treblinka labour camp, north-east of Warsaw, Poland.
The practice of Holocaust archaeology, uses desk-based archival research, satellite imagery, aerial photographs, remote sensing, topographic survey and geophysical techniques to identify destroyed camps, lost killing sites and hidden mass graves. Importantly, these techniques avoid excavation that would disturb human remains, a practice which is forbidden under Jewish Law. Staffordshire University’s Centre of Archaeology, of which I am a member, has worked at more than 40 sites across Europe.
During my time on these projects, I have personally seen and been subject to the unequivocal evidence of the true scale of the Holocaust. I have experienced the profound effects of being presented with the graves and the remains of the victims and have seen the positive effects of presenting the evidence of the research to the public.
Essentially they have created entirely new standards for archaeology when it comes to the so-called "Holocaust."
Unlike other events, where mass graves are actually excavated, photographed and documented, these so-called "Holocaust" mass graves are not. They use other techiques to find soil disturbances and claim all of that stuff is human remains and couldn't possibly be burnt trash or latrine pits or anything else.
These scientific fraudsters will go to these sites, spend weeks producing nothing of value whatsoever, and return to write a "report" containing a drawn map with 10, 20, or even 30 alleged "huge mass graves" but not with a single photograph even one of those pits actually excavated. They will claim that they have proven hundreds of thousands of people were murdered at these sites, yet do not show even one of the alleged "huge mass graves" containing even 0.1% of the alleged victims.
It's a transparent fraud and is at odds with all archeological guidelines written for mass grave excavations. See:
Mass grave excavation guidelines / The "Mass grave excavations don't produce photographed bodies" LIE
His Staffordshire University Centre of Archaeolgy page claims:
http://archive.is/F99J8 and http://archive.is/a0NcX"His research has focused on the former extermination camp at Treblinka of the former concentration camp of Bergen Belsen and the killing sites of Eastern Europe."
His list of "Selected Publications" and "Recent publications" have nothing published in Treblinka.
So where is the "vital evidence to prove the deniers wrong"?