Martin Gilbert, indefatigable Jewish campaigner on behalf of the 'Holocaust' and biographer of Winston Churchill, adds to the rich flavour and makes his own numerical claims, certainly not without chutzpah:
In his book 'Auschwitz and the Allies' (1981) he states:
'The deliberate attempt to destroy systematically all of Europe's Jews was unsuspected in the spring and early summer of 1942: the very period during which it was at its most intense, and during which hundreds of thousands of Jews were being gassed every day at Belzec, Chelmo, Sobibor and Treblinka.' (p.26).
If we assume a minimum figure of 200,000 per day, this amounts to say a million for a five-day working week, or 6 million in six weeks, and this does not include the awe-inspiring claims for Auschwitz put forward by Hart and Lengyel with Gilbert's blessing.
[ see: http://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?t=892 & http://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?t=893 ]