Just because it might seem harmless doesn't mean it should never be looked into,
I agree completely. Sometimes the smaller aspects are more easily subverted to change the entire picture, but keep it relative. There were bigger and better things to be doctored then hair selling.
The allies put to the world that the Nazis cut human hair,
Was much abo really raised about it at the IMT? I suspect had it been so important to forge evidence, it would be referred to numerous times.
of course they said it was for other reasons than to protect them from lice but by disproving invoices of which there are only a few, strips away, in my opinion the myth that the hair was cut for any purpose other than purely to save lives.
Yes, hair was cut to save lives, to help eradicate the threat of typhus. Not such a big deal, nor could even Pressac see much of a "criminal trace" here.
If it can be disproved then this, as you put it, "harmless/innocent human hair cutting and transfers" proves that the Nazis only goal in shaving heads was to save inmates lives, a massive piece of the Pro Holocaust puzzle brought down.
When holocaustians discuss supposed atrocities against the Jewish people, shaving hair does not come up very much (from my experiences and from the believer histories that I have read). It's just not that important, as it shows nothing. Even if it was used to make socks/mattresses/etc., opportunistic economic exploitation of such a resource is hardly criminal.
This is by far not a minor matter in the grand scheme of things, as the question must be asked if this document and the subject is disproved, "why did the Nazis shave the heads of EVERY inmate before being put into the gas chamber" it doesn't make sense.
Well, hair is known to be great keepers of cyanide residue, but thats irrelevant. I just don't see how it is a big deal, one way or the other. They obviously cut the hair of inmates at least on some occasions, likely sold it to businesses as raw material, and....what?
"All" is a bit of an over statement, there is about four or five of them of which only this one is readable, as far as Treblinka goes anyway.
There are references to hair cutting-transfers in more than just five documents. Majdanek appears to be discussed most often.
I was led to believe it was forged by skimming over it and noticing the word, "Hanover".
A simple misspelling/typo led you to draw the conclusion that the document is fake?
I'm afraid the last part of your point doesn't really make sense, why would anyone make an order for a forgery to be made and then keep the order form?
Documents/testimonies/traces/references/benefits gained from, etc...would point to forgery. You have shown nothing like that. No unit designated to be the forger, no one in particular singled out as the author as a real investigation would lead to, etc...
These are by no means attacks on you personally Coder62, but on the simple belief that the document is a forgery is done far too easily. These arguments detract from the meat and bones of revisionism, IMHO, showing the technical, scientifical and illogical absurdities that fill the Holocaust candy bag.
BTW, going by your logic, why should researchers then expect to find orders or Nazi documents ordering murder of Europe's Jews (as common sense would suggest to destroy all evidence)?
Well I'm not sure if anyone mentioned any Anti-German propaganda, during the war but after the war came eye witness survivor accounts of terrible occurrences for woman who had their hair shaved off their heads and also between their legs
The motive you and others give for the forgery then (propaganda) is based on no evidence then. The link you provide is merely a collection of experiences by inmates who experienced the trauma of being publicly shaven head to toe, which came out decades after WWII. They lived to tell their tale (showing disconnect between shaving and killing).
Please note the Footnotes at the bottom referencing their testimonies, this is the only propaganda I could find without looking into claims of hair clothes etc.
Propaganda which came out decades after the war, and bears no real point or message. Who cares if Germans shaved inmates, militaries do it across; yet there is only one "Holocaust."