Puzzle of the 'Krege Report'Claudia Rothenbach
: “Richard Krege proved with ground penetrating radar that there is only undisturbed soil on the site”SKCZ
:” “Krege is irrelevant, I didn´t see any report from him, nothing,”Hannover
explained, concerning the non-appearance of the Krege Report: “the man who was working on the Krege report, Germar Rudolf, was thrown in jail.” But, hang on - Rudolf is a chemist. He does not have expertise on ground-penetrating radar.Newspaper report
“The Examiner" (Adelaide, Monday January 24, 2000, page 17): 'Poland’s Jews ‘not buried at Treblinka.’ Mr Krege was giving a series of talks, and explained: "we found no indication that any mass graves ever existed," Mr Krege said "Personally, I don’t think there was a [death]-camp there at all." Mr Krege who will address a public meeting in Adelaide tomorrow night as the start of an eight-day national tour, said he had gone to Poland in October last year to find the truth, adding: ‘He said he was in the process of having other experts review the data he collected.’ Did we ever hear from them?
Hmm, maybe we should all start by viewing the short video here http://www.whale.to/b/treb1.html
(scroll down to bottom). In October 1999 a 'small team of Australian researchers' spent three weeks
doing a very detailed ground-survey, they took earth-core samples down to six feet
as well as their ground-penetrating radar. Their detailed scans were saved on laptops and then copied onto CD-roms
and sent to various experts world-wide for evaluation. They found no ashes, no bones
, and concluded with 100% certainty that Treblinka had never been used as a 'death-camp'
. That video seems to be, alas, all that remains of the Report.
Mr SKCZ, would you modify your opinion after viewing this?
But it strains our credulity that in the year 1999 an Australian team got ‘ground-penetrating radar’ equipment over to Treblinka, spent weeks checking the ground, finding it had not been disturbed – and then reported this to his local newspaper
. Well, if that report were published it would be the most amazing revisionist science-achievment since Fred Leuchter measured the cyanide in Auschwitz walls.
Does not this seem odd? Would Krege not write up his astonishing find into a report, and post it off somewhere, before giving the story to a newspaper? I heard a rumour that a ‘Holocaust Handbook’ series in 2004 was going to publish it, but then Rudolf’s imprisonment undermined this. In that case I’m puzzled by Hannover saying ‘Rudolf was going to write the Krege report.’ – We need Mr Krege to write it in Adelaide, with comments from ‘other experts’ and technical details of what exactly GPR can see and to what depth, etc. Is he somehow illiterate, that Mr Rudolf needs to write it for him?
Can we please know who is the ‘we’ alluded to? Fred Toben was in Mannheim jail at the time.
Caroline Colls’ work at the University of Birminham sounds very thorough – using the same technology GPR as Mr Krege but reaching an opposite conclusion:
the use of archaeological methods has revealed structures, pits and other subtle traces of the camp’s existence and layout... Multiple geophysical and topographic survey methods were utilised at the site, allowing various aspects of the landscape to be mapped. When this information was compared with archival material, such as aerial photographs and witness maps, the boundaries of the camp were identified and below-ground features were characterised.”