Can you point out this inefficiency?
Your process would be prohibitively slow and costly with the building of these wooden contraptions, dumping them in incinerators only to build new ones, fitting them to the trains, etc, etc. Keep reading, more examples follow.
What trouble is it to have the trains full of people while being fumigated? Please point out your exact trouble with this.
Your strawman is a different argument, not the same as the requirements of gassing millions of people in manner that would be more efficient than the alleged method.
One incinerator would be sufficient; but you could use any and all large incinerators available. You could of course use any large blast furnace as well. What do you mean by "Now that would be a sight"? Can you think of a better sight for the remains of dead people? Exacty what sight do you have in mind? Is incinerator waste beyond your imagination for acceptable "sights"? Germans couldn't have mass murdered people because it wouldn't look good, eh?
One incinerator located where? You avoided my point about numerous trains coming from numerous directions, using numerous rail lines which would require the building additional rail lines to accommodate the redirection of all these trains to one point which could reach this one incinerator. And then the jam up as the trains attempt to return from this one point which would be hopelessly backed-up with incoming trains, etc, etc. Sir, it's just the utmost in waste and inefficiency.
And then you think that millions of human remains could be buried in one site which would necessarily be a veritable Grand Canyon or Mt. Everest depending how it was done. It would require numerous burial sites for millions. And yes it would have mattered to the Germans, it was all supposed to be secret, remember that?
It is you who is "simply uninformed". That is exactly the process used for Zyklon-B. Warm air outgasses the cyanide from the pellets - and poof, the cyanide is blown into the fumigation areas - in this case, boxcars. What you do with the pellets afterwards is what you always do with the pellets after a fumigation. What difference is there in this respect from any standard fumigation?
We suggest you read the actual literature about Zyklon-B, I believe it can be found at the CODOH main site in the Samuel Crowell work. Yes, as I stated previously, blowing warm air was suggested as the preferred method for using the insecticide, but regardless, it still takes hours for the cyanide to be completely released, hence the danger takes a long time to subside. In fact, it was recommended that structures not be re-entered for 24 hours. Yes, you are uninformed
Any staff would be no more endangered than in a routine train fumigation. You wouldn't even need to go very near the boxcars; but as Berg has pointed out, bodies would not be saturated. The dangers are actually fairly slight; but I don't even have any staff actually even entering the boxcars in this proposed scenario.
Wrong again. The train tunnel fumigators could wait until the cyanide has dissipated, there was no time constraint. Remember, you and Mr. Berg think that the trains and tunnels method would be a more efficient process than the one alleged which among other things mean that it had to be quicker. Your proposal would necessarily be snail slow.
I have no need to clean trains in this scenario. I'm taking a crane, picking up the whole boxcar, and placing it into a blast furnace. There is no cleaning in this scenario. That is not a "very lengthy procedure" at all. You are not following along, Breker.
There might be some waste to accommodate the flooring for the load; but this is standard for cargo that is to be lifted in a wood crate (boxcar). I guess you could design a wood truss system under the floor and so the boxcar would essentially have a false bottom. This could be minimized by using a giant forklift type device that would give support while placing the boxcar into the furnace. You'd of course keep the undercarriage and locks or anything else for reuse.
Too ridiculous to even respond to. This is hilariously similar to 'gas chambers' which dumped their load right into the crematorium' which was one of the early 'facts' used in anti-German propaganda.