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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Zulu » 6 years 6 months ago (Sat Mar 15, 2014 2:01 pm)

hermod wrote:Tiles, but no Jewish star imprint in the 'testimonies'. Surprising no Jewish 'eyewitness' noticed and mentioned that those tiles had the Jewish star imprint. It seems that Jewish stars which could be seen only from inside the 'gas chambers' in order to make doomed Jews feel safe were a too ridiculous allegation, even for Soviet propagandists. Was that great idea one of Caroline Sturdy Colls' strokes of genius? Did she think that planted tiles without any Jewish star imprint wouldn't be convincing enough? Or worse, was she afraid that normal tiles might make people think that there were real "bath houses" and a delousing/transit camp at that place?

According to the picture showed here, I am afraid that the visible star and letters in bas-relief are on the face of the tile which must be bonded on the floor. So, these figures must not be visible once the tiles are settled. I am familiar with revetments in general and I can say that ceramic tiles usually present a smoother face (enameled or not) which is the visible part of walls or floors and a rough face presenting (or not) streaks or forms in relief in order to facilitate the adherence of the bonding cement. It's a pity that the other face of the tile allegedly found at Treblinka can't be showed here for a verification. Nevertheless, I assume that the usual presentation of tiles for revetments is that one. Terracotta tiles can be used in kitchen or bathroom preferentially but nowadays all the floors of ancient/traditional style houses can be layed with such material which gives a rustic look.
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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby tyger » 6 years 2 days ago (Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:53 am)

Ms Sturdy-Colls received her PhD from the University of Birmingham.

The university's archaeology departmment has been involved in a lot of work to uncover and unravel the secrets of the pre-historic Stonehenge in southern England. And only last week the BBC broadcast a fascinating documentary about the techniques they have been using to reveal the locations of long-vanished (3000 years plus) pits, ditches and mounds, and their ancillary structures.

It was, shall we say, instructive to compare and contrast with Ms Sturdy-Colls's televised search for the seventy-years-old Treblinka burial pits.

The programme is available on the BBC iplayer and here is a link to the University's own website http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/news/latest/2014/09/new-map-reveals-hidden-archaeology-of-stonehenge-10-09-14.aspx

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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Dresden » 6 years 2 days ago (Tue Sep 16, 2014 11:36 am)

tiger said:

"The programme is available on the BBC iplayer"

Notice:

"BBC iPlayer TV programmes are available to play in the UK only"

Here are a couple of videos dealing with the subject:





It shows, by contrast, what a complete fraud and deception Caroline Sturdy-Colls' "investigation" was!

As others on this Forum have suggested:

"Of course, Caroline Sturdy-Colls scanned the whole area and found NOTHING!"
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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Zulu » 6 years 2 days ago (Tue Sep 16, 2014 11:45 am)

Steve F wrote:tiger said:
"The programme is available on the BBC iplayer"
Notice:
"BBC iPlayer TV programmes are available to play in the UK only"

I am unable to find the genuine integral documentary of CST at Treblinka. No way in Youtube. Not anymore in iplayer of BBC or Smithsonian channel.
Can anyone load it at CODOH or archive.org or whatever?

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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Dresden » 6 years 2 days ago (Tue Sep 16, 2014 2:33 pm)

Zulu said:

"I am unable to find the genuine integral documentary of CST(CS-C) at Treblinka"

I think they might be hiding it.

"No way in Youtube"

That's because they were embarrassed by the flood of negative comments.

"Not anymore in iplayer of BBC or Smithsonian channel"

I believe it's on its way down Orwell's "memory hole"

"Can anyone load it at CODOH or archive.org or whatever?"

I hope so, Zulu!
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Some Revisionists were suspicious of J. C .Pressac, wondering if perhaps he was a "closet Revisionist", a "mole", a "Trojan Horse" because he did so much for the Revisionist cause; his death barely made it into the obituary section of the newspapers.

Caroline Sturdy-Colls' "archaeological" work is such harebrained quackery and an obvious fraud that I wonder if she is a "Trojan Horse", an agent saboteur.

Let me ask that question in a different manner:

If Caroline Sturdy-Colls was an agent saboteur.....what would she do different than what she did in her "work"?

In the following images, C S-C is saying:

"Look world.....there are no mass graves here!":

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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Kingfisher » 6 years 1 day ago (Wed Sep 17, 2014 7:06 am)

Zulu wrote:I am unable to find the genuine integral documentary of CST at Treblinka. No way in Youtube. Not anymore in iplayer of BBC or Smithsonian channel.
Can anyone load it at CODOH or archive.org or whatever?

It wasn't on the BBC. It was on Channel 5. Luckily they leave their stuff on line for some time and you can view it here:
http://www.channel5.com/shows/treblinka-inside-hitlers-secret-death-camp/episodes/treblinka-inside-hitlers-secret-death-camp

You will need to use a UK proxy server. If you don't have one try downloading Anonymox extension for Firefox. The free version works fine.

I don't know any way of downloading the video.

EDIT: It can be done using the paid version ($15) of screencastomatic http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/gopro. I tried the free version and it worked fine for the video, but the free version only records sound via the mike and is limited to 15 minutes.

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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Zulu » 6 years 1 day ago (Wed Sep 17, 2014 1:56 pm)

Kingfisher wrote:
Zulu wrote:I am unable to find the genuine integral documentary of CST at Treblinka. No way in Youtube. Not anymore in iplayer of BBC or Smithsonian channel.
Can anyone load it at CODOH or archive.org or whatever?

It wasn't on the BBC. It was on Channel 5. Luckily they leave their stuff on line for some time and you can view it here:
http://www.channel5.com/shows/treblinka-inside-hitlers-secret-death-camp/episodes/treblinka-inside-hitlers-secret-death-camp

You will need to use a UK proxy server. If you don't have one try downloading Anonymox extension for Firefox. The free version works fine.

I don't know any way of downloading the video.

EDIT: It can be done using the paid version ($15) of screencastomatic http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/gopro. I tried the free version and it worked fine for the video, but the free version only records sound via the mike and is limited to 15 minutes.

I tried hard that channel5 link yesterday by using Anonymox. I even updated my Flashplayer for that but no way. I see a tile's picture but the video doesn't start from any UK proxy I could use. I don't even see the start option for the video. That's why I need to find another option. Usely, with Firefox when a video launches you can download it by using Downloadhelper. For Dalymotion there is another specific add.

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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Zulu » 6 years 1 day ago (Wed Sep 17, 2014 2:04 pm)

Zulu wrote:I tried hard that channel5 link yesterday by using Anonymox. I even updated my Flashplayer for that but no way. I see a tile's picture but the video doesn't start from any UK proxy I could use. I don't even see the start option for the video. That's why I need to find another option. Usely, with Firefox when a video launches you can download it by using Downloadhelper. For Dalymotion there is another specific add.

On my last try I could finally obtain the start button for the video. Then, unfortunately a box appeared:
"The video you are trying to watch
is currently unavailable.
Please check back soon."

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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Kingfisher » 6 years 1 day ago (Wed Sep 17, 2014 5:04 pm)

It's a bit variable even for me, in the UK without a proxy. It won't load now, but it did yesterday. May be worth trying again at a quite time.

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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Kingfisher » 6 years 19 hours ago (Thu Sep 18, 2014 12:43 am)

Kingfisher wrote:It's a bit variable even for me, in the UK without a proxy. It won't load now, but it did yesterday. May be worth trying again at a quite time.

I found that my problems were only when using Linux. In Windows. I can watch with no problems using a UK proxy on Anonymox. Is your Flash up to date? Channel 5 indicate that can be a cause of problems and could well be my issue in Linux.

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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Lamprecht » 4 years 4 months ago (Sat May 14, 2016 9:49 pm)

If anyone wants to watch the video, it is available here:

https://vimeo.com/139369245

If that gets deleted it can be directly downloaded here:

http://clicknupload.link/ke2sdrfl61rw
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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Carto's Cutlass Supreme » 4 years 4 months ago (Sat May 14, 2016 11:58 pm)

Caroline Sturdy Colls actually got tenure with that shoddy scholarship at Treblinka. She's an associate professor now.

A star of David on a tile when it's actually the tile factory that puts that non-Jewish 6 pointed star on the tile, and she gets tenure.

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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby stinky » 8 months 4 weeks ago (Sun Dec 22, 2019 2:25 am)

I have scanned this thread & have not been able to locate this little bonbon - though it shouldn't surprise anyone;

UK “publisher, businessman & philanthropist (((Richard Clive Desmond))) purchased Channel 5 in 2010, the same year that the “Treblinka - Inside Hitler’s Killing Machine” documentary went into production.
Cohencidence?!!

Quoting the Guardian July 24 2010, Tom Bower had this to say about Desmond’s purchase;
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... kings-coup
Never before has a government regulator (Ofcom) lowered the threshold for the suitability of the prospective owner of a TV channel enough for someone like Desmond to control a potentially lucrative franchise.

Another cohencidence?

Among Desmond's business intrigues and "accomplishments" we read that he became one of Britain's biggest porn publishes in the 1980's.
Almost starting to sound a bit tropey.

On an aside, after gutting channel 5, “philantropist” Desmond sold it to Viacom in 2014.
Viacom is owned by (((Sumner Murray Redstone))). Born Sumner Murray Rothstein in 1923, Redstone is an (((American))) "businessman and media magnate" - majority owner and chairman of the board of the National Amusements theater chain, and majority voting shareholder (together with his family) of CBS Corporation and Viacom (itself the parent company of Viacom Media Networks, BET Networks, and the film studio Paramount Pictures).
According to Forbes, as of September 2015, he was worth US$5 billion.

As for (the now Professor) Caroline Sturdy Colls - the “expert” featured in the documentary, her academic credentials have been pointed out in numerous posts, but are worth repeating, as her position is clearly used to lend weight & credibility to the documentary.
Colls is described by wikipedia as a "Professor of Conflict Archaeology and Genocide Investigation at Staffordshire University, specializing in Holocaust studies, identification of human remains, forensic archaeology and crime scene investigation."
Wikipedia also notes that Colls
undertakes consultancy for the UK Police forces. Her main area of interest is the methodology of investigation into the Holocaust and genocide murder sites with special consideration given to ethical and religious norms associated with the prohibition of excavating a grave.

On Colls "About Me" page at Staffordshire Uni's website, she writes;
I am also the director of the Centre of Archaeology. I teach in the areas of forensic archaeology, techniques in the identification of human remains and various aspects of crime scene investigation.


Of interest is that Colls was born in 1985, so she is 34 years old.
It seems she was put on the super-fast track to Professor.
On what basis did she earn her position, and how so quickly?
If CSC's contribution to the documentary is anything to go by, what does it say about the academic standards of Staffordshire University where Professor Colls is employed & the scholarly rigor of the University of Birmingham where she acquired her PhD?

It's hardly a like for like comparison, but I have a bachelor degree in Education & recently applied for the lowly (contract) position of "Assistant Student Advisor" at a University in South Australia, and couldn't get an interview - yet this clown is a Professor and Director of the Centre for Archaeology at Staffordshire University - at 34 years of age!
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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby Zenith1978 » 8 months 4 weeks ago (Sun Dec 22, 2019 12:37 pm)

Hannover wrote:
Human remains?
Verified as human?
If so, how was that verified?
Just a bone or two?
If not, then how many human remains out of an alleged 900,000 were allegedly found?
Verified as coming from where?
Confirmed as murdered?
If murdered, what method of confirmation was used?
Confirmed as being murdered by the Germans?
If so, what method of confirmation was used?
Confirmed as being Jews?
If so, what method of confirmation was used?
What verifiable excavations have been done?
Where are verifiable photos of excavations?
Where are verifiable photos of corpses in situ?
'Gas chamber disguised as bathhouse'? Where's the proof that it was a gas chamber and not a bathhouse?
- Hannover


Regarding the highlighted questions:

Did anyone qualified bothered to check if the remains are human? By "qualified" i mean a forensic anthropologist, Coroner and so on.

Even if they were positively identified as belonging to murdered human beings, did anyone even attempted to investigate any further? Could the bones be connected to a more recent case, for example a missing person? Yes, it is possible.

How can an archeologist investigate a murder? Is he/or she qualified for this?

Again, this requires a Police investigation.

Or, as a matter of fact, the janitor's closet?
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Re: Caroline Sturdy Colls Treblinka TV documentary

Postby borjastick » 5 months 1 week ago (Mon Apr 06, 2020 10:27 am)

Caroline Sturdy Colls popped up onto my tv screen last night. It was on the Smithsonian Channel where this time she was investigating claimed SS mass murder on the small British island of Alderney in the channel islands.
Alderney is the northernmost of the inhabited Channel Islands. It is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, a British Crown dependency. It is 3 miles long and 1 ¹⁄₂ miles wide. The area is 3 square miles, making it the third-largest island of the Channel Islands, and the second largest in the Bailiwick. Wikipedia


I only saw the last 20 minutes of this documentary but it contained some very interesting points. Has anyone her seen it as it looked quite recent.

For those who don't know Alderney is one of the very smallest channel islands and was part of the group of islands invaded by the German army in WW2. She named it Adolf Island and claimed that slave workers were murdered and buried there and that it has never been investigated properly. She was trying to find what she believed to be large unmarked and forgotten graves where up to 3000 were killed and dumped.

As usual she painted the picture that she was doing important work to bring the truth to light but the way she did it was rather odd by comparison with the Treblinka technique. The voice-over introduced as something like 'The leading forensic investigator into Nazi atrocities'.

Strangely she was quite happy to drag a GPR unit across the field and had a crew of about five with her. They also had a a drone with Lidar capability so i am left wondering why she didn't use GPR at Treblinka? In the part of the show I saw no mention was made of jews yet at the end of it she ended up doing a piece at the USHMM.

Throughout it all she did the usual by getting too emotional and earnestly trying to make her work overly relevant and important.

She's a very odd woman and seems to have double standards because if she applied the same tech in Treblinka she might have got somewhere.

Oh and her investigation really pissed off the locals who complained about her presence in the local news sheet and to the government who eventually shut her down and so she left.
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