Werd wrote:Kladderadatsch wrote:Considering that the photograph in question was taken on September 26, 1943, during precisely that period when, as we've seen above, the Germans were supposedly digging up and burning thousands of bodies, what evidence, if any, can be seen that would support this story?
Is that what you got out of this quotation:According to Sonderkommando survivor Vladimir Davydov, on September 25-26, incineration action had been almost finished. (Yevstafjeva, Nakhmanovich, op. cit., p. 148). The last phase of this action consisted of brushing things up - dismantling camouflage, leveling earth, building one last pyre (ibid.)
I'm not sure how that implies large scale work like you think it does.
Obviously, any alleged "brushing things up - dismantling camouflage, leveling earth, building one last pyre" for an alleged 34,000 would be quite a huge task. Lot's of people, trucks, vehicle tracks, general disfigurement of the ground, massive cremated human remains, AND the alleged "pyre" would be easily visible. And where's the alleged 'bone grinder'? LOL