One guy posts this:
As you can see its a radio-message-protocol from the WVHA to K.L. Auschwitz
The issue is a driving permission from Auschwitz to Litzmannstadt
Carlo Mattogno mentions the trip in his book:
11.3. Open-Air Cremations That Actually Did Take Place
Little is known about the opening of mass graves and incineration of bodies contained therein. On September 17, 1942, SS-Untersturmführer Walter Dejaco, who together with his colleague Hössler had accompanied Camp Commandant Rudolf Höß to Litzmannstadt (Lodz), drew up a "travel report" in which he mentioned that the purpose of the trip had been the "visual inspection of the special facility, and discussions with SS-Standartenführer Blobel about the implementation of such a facility." This special facility was almost certainly a means for incinerating bodies in the open air. Dejaco also reported that the construction materials ordered from the Ostdeutsche Baustoffwerke in Posen via "special order by Staf. Blobel" had to be delivered to Auschwitz immediately; and that the firm of Schriever & Co. in Hannover had to supply a "ball grinder for substances". This was most likely a device for grinding up the residue left after incineration.
My question is this:
Is it normal that the driving permission doesn´t mention the beneficiaries of the permission, and remains generic?
I can imagine the face of a "Kettenhund" when he stops the car with Rudolf Höss and company and finds this "generic" permission.
Is that sound?