EtienneSC wrote:This story seems to be getting publicity in Germany again, partly in connection with the Oscar Groening trial:
Apparently this is the full interview the NDR had with Ursula Haverbeck:
https://archive.org/details/UrsulaHaver ... zHolocaust
I am happy to see that Ursula Haverbeck-Wetzel is a healthy, vivid old lady approaching her 90s.
Basically she is saying that the "Standort- und Kommandaturbefehle" demonstrate that Auschwitz wasn't an extermination camp. But that care was taken of the well-being and health of the prisoners and that abuses were forbidden and punished. She mentions having made contact with several organization for clarification to no avail. The persecution of Revisionists is according to her a clear sign that the Holocaust hasn't real legs to stand on. The person doing the interview brings up the usual cliches like the heaps of emaciated corpses in concentration camps. She points out that the starvation and situation in the camps at war approaching its end was mostly the result of Allied warfare against Germany.
I am surprised they would give something like that any publicity.