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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby Valfrum » 3 months 1 week ago (Sat Dec 08, 2018 1:31 am)

I love the new pdf software with TOC and full text index. I had been converting the handbooks to images then back to pdf so I could run OCR on them, but now see now you've updated the entire series!

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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby Werd » 2 months 1 week ago (Tue Jan 08, 2019 2:20 pm)

Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers
An Introduction and Update to Jean-Claude Pressac’s Magnum Opus
By Germar Rudolf
http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php?page_id=42
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Until the late 1980s, most of what the world knew about the infamous Auschwitz Camp came from witness testimony. But witnesses can be wrong for multiple intentional and accidental reasons. So how can we reach solid ground about the history of Auschwitz, if we cannot rely on witnesses?

In the 1980s, French hobby historian Jean-Claude Pressac addressed this challenge by trying to prove only with documents that the many testimonies about mass-extermination events at the Auschwitz Camp are essentially true. In 1989, he published a 564-page book in oversize landscape format featuring reproductions of hundreds of original German wartime documents on Auschwitz that were thoroughly annotated by Pressac. With this trail-blazing book titled Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers, Auschwitz research, for the first time, obtained a solid foundation supported by documents.

Of course, research has not stood still since then. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, a lot of previously classified archival material was made accessible. This material was subsequently analyzed by a number of independent researchers. The main text of the present book gives an overview of these research results while frequently referring to Pressac’s 1989 book, which, although no longer in print, can be viewed free of charge online. Unfortunately, however, the low-resolution images of Pressac’s many documents posted online are rather unsatisfactory. Hence, a reprint of Pressac’s magnum opus was desirable, but because it has become partly obsolete due to more recent research, it would be irresponsible to offer Pressac’s statements from 1989 as the final word on the topic. This booklet therefore aims at bringing owners of an original copy, readers of a library copy or the online version of Pressac’s book, or anyone else, up to speed with the current knowledge on document research into Auschwitz. The text of this book is also included in the reprint slated to appear sometime in 2019.



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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby Pia Kahn » 2 months 1 week ago (Thu Jan 10, 2019 4:31 pm)

Werd wrote:Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers
An Introduction and Update to Jean-Claude Pressac’s Magnum Opus
By Germar Rudolf
http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php?page_id=42
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Allthough this book is merely meant to be an accompanyment of Pressac's "magnum opus", it deserves to be read irrespective of Pressac's original work!

Why?

Because it contains the most lucid refutation for the "criminal traces" for the gas chambers of Auschwitz in the contemporary documents of Auschwitz.


Yes, these issues have been dealt with more extensively by Carlo Mattogno in several of his books. Yes, we are heavily indebted to Mattogno's increadible work. He is the most important historian of the holocaust of our time and we must honour him as much as we can. Unfortunately, his style is opaque and this won't change.

Therefore, we need someone who makes his discoveries more accessible to the general public. I originally thought that Eric Hunt would be doing this job. Unfortunately, he could not stand up to the incredible pressure inflicted upon anyone who dares to doubt.

Germar Rudolf has stepped up this task. Very well done. However, I think this is not Germar's job. He is such an outstanding scientist; he should be doing original research.

I hope that we find a replacement for Eric Hunt, someone who has his capabilities in terms of making revisionism accessible rationally and emotionally, but without Eric's mental impairment.
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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby Pia Kahn » 2 months 1 week ago (Thu Jan 10, 2019 4:33 pm)

Werd wrote:Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers
An Introduction and Update to Jean-Claude Pressac’s Magnum Opus
By Germar Rudolf
http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php?page_id=42
Image

..


Allthough this book is merely meant to be an accompanyment of Pressac's "magnum opus", it deserves to be read irrespective of Pressac's original work!

Why?

Because it contains the most lucid refutation for the "criminal traces" for the gas chambers of Auschwitz in the contemporary documents of Auschwitz.


Yes, these issues have been dealt with more extensively by Carlo Mattogno in several of his books. Yes, we are heavily indebted to Mattogno's increadible work. He is the most important historian of the holocaust of our time and we must honour him as much as we can. Unfortunately, his style is opaque and this won't change.

Therefore, we need someone who makes his discoveries more accessible to the general public. I originally thought that Eric Hunt would be doing this job. Unfortunately, Eric could not stand up to the incredible pressure inflicted upon anyone who dares to doubt.

Germar Rudolf has stepped up this task. Very well done. However, I think this is not Germar's job. He is such an outstanding scientist; he should be doing original research.

I hope that we find a replacement for Eric Hunt, someone who has his capabilities in terms of making revisionism accessible rationally and emotionally, but without Eric's mental impairment.
If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.

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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby giovanni53 » 2 months 6 days ago (Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:18 am)

thanks Werd, i always wanted an hard copy of pressac's but i'm not sure there's any available to buy, on top of that the pdf version is of abysmal quality and i'm left with the online version at phdn.
anyway i wanted to ask has anybody read Mattogno's einsatzgruppen? i've just ordered it a week ago
btw i've been looking for the Rudolf Report for a long time can't find it!

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Yes, these issues have been dealt with more extensively by Carlo Mattogno in several of his books. Yes, we are heavily indebted to Mattogno's increadible work. He is the most important historian of the holocaust of our time and we must honour him as much as we can. Unfortunately, his style is opaque and this won't change.


:D true, even in italian it is kind of "heavy" to read

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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby Moderator » 2 months 6 days ago (Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:49 am)

giovanni:
btw i've been looking for the Rudolf Report for a long time can't find it!
The Rudolf Report
Expert Report on Chemical and Technical Aspects of the ‘Gas Chambers’ of Auschwitz</b>
http://vho.org/GB/Books/trr/index.html
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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby Pia Kahn » 2 months 6 days ago (Sat Jan 12, 2019 12:34 pm)

giovanni53 wrote:... i've just ordered it a week ago
btw i've been looking for the Rudolf Report for a long time can't find it!...


I think you should get the latest version of the Rudof report. It is called "the chemistry of Auschwitz".

http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php?page_id=2

Rudolf has created this documentary, which explains the main arguments of his work:

http://holocausthandbooks.com/dl/Chemis ... h-hb27.mp4

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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby giovanni53 » 2 months 5 days ago (Sun Jan 13, 2019 12:45 pm)

thanks @[email protected] Kahn!
i've watched that documentary more than a few times and i've got the pdf version of the trr i was looking for a hardcopy
yes the chemistry of auschwit is on my wish list

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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby DissentingOpinions » 2 months 5 days ago (Sun Jan 13, 2019 7:15 pm)

giovanni53 wrote:thanks @[email protected] Kahn!
i've watched that documentary more than a few times and i've got the pdf version of the trr i was looking for a hardcopy
yes the chemistry of auschwit is on my wish list


The Rudolf Report was recently given a major expansion update & a name change to "The Chemistry of Auschwitz". Barnes & Noble has been kind enough to continue allowing Germar to release hard copies on their site, so you can get the new version from there if you're in the US. :wink:

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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby giovanni53 » 1 month 4 weeks ago (Sat Jan 19, 2019 10:22 am)

@DissentingOpinions
ok now i got it, i wasn't aware of it being an expanded version of trr
thanks! i've finally received mattogno's einsatzgruppen just a few days ago, my god the book is a proper brick! thick and densely packed with all sorts of documents
i just love the care and the effort mattogno puts in every book he writes, as usual it will take me ages to read it but it's a really interesting topic and on my part i don't know much about it

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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby TimeTraveler » 3 weeks 22 hours ago (Tue Feb 26, 2019 10:20 pm)

So is there any news about the new Jürgen Graf book "Auschwitz: Confessions and Testimonies—A Critical Analysis." Being translated to English?

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Re: upcoming Holocaust Handbooks

Postby Moderator » 3 weeks 22 hours ago (Tue Feb 26, 2019 11:07 pm)

TimeTraveler wrote:So is there any news about the new Jürgen Graf book "Auschwitz: Confessions and Testimonies—A Critical Analysis." Being translated to English?
I suggest contacting CODOH for the latest info.
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