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"A year's work on a new Holocaust encyclopedia pointed researchers to some 15,000 concentration camps they hadn’t known about, a finding that could shift the public's perception of the Holocaust, the Washington Post reports. “Instead of thinking of main death camps, people are going to understand that this was a continent-wide phenomenon,” says an expert. “The mental universe of how scholars operate is going to change.
"Most of the sites were known only “to one or two people,” said the director of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum’s project. “Sometimes there would be just one person who had done research on one prison.” The 23 main camps turned out to have nearly 900 sub-camps, and “in most towns, there was some sort of prison, or holding area or place where people were victimized,” said a museum scholar. “What we are seeing in this project is that all of Europe was a camp.”
This is absurdity run riot is it not?
“The mental universe of how scholars operate is going to change."
Yes,I think it will have to change radically to be able to accommodate such preposterous rubbish.
- Jerusalem Post 6/16/00
Halo wrote:As every camp got debunked, they need to alter the story yet again. Its interesting to see, how the official story "evolves"... flaming pitts and "every camp= death camp" got altered to "death camps only in poland by gassing". Now they contradict their own version again, and wanna "decentralize" the holocaust... Pathetic.
When all European camps get debunked, it will be time to remember that Nazi had Antarctic bases and the rocket technology that made it possible for space travelling !!!
Why not ? These will not be the most weird holocaust stories, after all.
Irrefutable proof. I pledge for a new holo- museum on the moon
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Halo, you can upload images by attach them to your post. Click on "Upload attachment" tab when you post.
I always forget that... I am so used to that upload site... sorry .Will try to remember next time!
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