The Reinhard Camps have been covered pretty well here, individually and collectively, ex.: search 'Reinhard' or 'Sobibor', 'Majdanek' etc.
a typical thread from this Forum:
conrade seinfeld said:
As far as the Operation Reinhard camps are concerned, however, while there is really no proof either way whether or not the Jewish arrivals were exterminated, it is more likely that it is assumed that they were exterminated, unless it somehow can be demonstrated in concrete terms that these camps were only transit camps moving the Jews further east. While revisionists will say that there is no evidence of mass graves, it is also believed that the Germans destroyed the physical evidence of such, so there is something of a stalemate in this regard.
Not only is there no physical evidence...pits which cannot be obliterated, no techically possible 'gas chambers' as alleged, but the so called 'eyewitnesses' have been shown to be liars, every single one. There are no documents that corroborate the allegations. Take note that Witte's silly 'document' has been utterly undressed, as was posted:http://www.vho.org/tr/2002/4/tr12razor.html
Naturally the duplicitous article initially cited doesn't even show the real document, and for good reason.
No, Revisionists do not have anything to 'prove', we've shot down all the assertions without fail and the Believers are at a loss (short of lying, which is the norm for them) to produce evidence for their lies. The onus is upon the accusers to support their accusations; they have not, they cannot.
As for Korherr, he himself refutes the absurd assertions about his statistics.
Korherr letter to Der Spiegel, n.28, 7/1977, p72-74:
The well-known, racially persecuted writer H.G. Adler, previously resident in Prague, now in London, wrote in the foreword to the second edition to his extraordinary book Theresienstadt 1941-1945 in 1960:
"It has definitely been determined that the designation of Dr. Korherr as SS-statistician...is not true, because he never belonged to the SS and has been rehabilitated insofar as his behaviour in the National Socialist years is concerned."
Unfortunately, Der Spiegel is publishing the claim of the English historian Irving that in the spring of 1942, at Himmler's order, I calculated the number of Jewish victims. In fact, these figures along with the text were delivered to me in completed form by the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA) with the order that not one word or figure was to be changed.
The statement that I had claimed in this regard that more than a million Jews had died as a result of special treatment in the camps in German-occupied Poland and in the Warthegau is also incorrect. I have to protest against the word "died" in this context.
It was precisely the term "special treatment" (sonderbehandlung) that motivated me to inquire of the RSHA by telephone what this term meant. I received the answer that it referred to Jews who would be settled in the District of Lublin.
Dr. Richard Korherr
Nr. 28, July 1977, p. 72-74, Der SPIEGEL, an article commenting on the controversy surrounding David Irving's book "Hitler's War" under the title : HITLER -- Kecke Revision.
Korherr's letter appears among a series of reactions ("Hitler gegen Irving") by people like Robert M. W. Kempner or the historians John Toland and Hans-Heinrich Wilhelm An English translation of the letter was presented during Udo Walendy's testimony at the Zündel trial 1988.