In a letter published in a January issue of The Stars and Stripes, a newspaper for US military service personnel, Simon Wiesenthal re-confirmed, in passing, that "there were no extermination camps on German soil" during the Second World War. He made the identical statement in a letter published in the April 1975 issue of the British periodical Books and Bookmen.
Wiesenthal had to make that statement. Any one with half a brain could go see the West German concentration camps and would immediately realize; there were no gas chambers there. As long as the Berlin Wall was up, 1961-1989, and the separate and much longer Inner German Border (the IGB), which demarcated the border between East and West Germany; The Iron Curtain between Western Europe and the Eastern Bloc. 1945-1989 , Wiesenthal was fairly safe making that statement. He knew folk got shot crossing that line, going either way. When the wall came down, so did the lies behind it. This is the reason we know why NO liberating allied soldier saw anything of any holocaust. They just think they did.