Here is a link to a google book - i would have loved to copy and paste the documents that are on page 70 and 73, but i can't.
On those pages are transports to and from the most suspicious camps. Now maybe you already know them, and already concluded they are fakes...i don't know.
http://books.google.fr/books?id=lGQbuSf ... e&q&f=true
Go to page 70 and 73...worth reading if you read german...
But if the liquidated Jews were just to be put somewhere in the east ( that is Ukraine or White Russia) why is it that those documents shows a transfer from Bialystok TO treblinka (thus westward) or to Auschwitz (even more westward) ? Why moving Jews that are already in the East, in this case Bialystok or Grodno?
If this document is to be accepted, it also shows that the train transports 2000 Jews to Treblinka, and then go back empty to Bialystoc...strange emigration process, isn't it?
This at least should be considered as a proper response to Bob request which was
Can you provide me with evidence for your claim that 60% of these people will lost their life and that was the meaning of that passage?
It depends. if you consider the documents showing the transport of 5000 tons of shoes from treblinka to Lublin, as well as all the other of the same type as fake, that you don't trust any legal judgment on those matter, nor testimonies...no i can't
Why can't this liquidation be “stood for their removal into the eastern territories” as Carlo Mattogno explained in one of his book?
For a similar reason...where into the eastern territories ? He can find jewish presence in the east ( and no wonder) but cannot shows that those had transited through treblinka or Belsec...or at least, it is not confirmed by any document i am aware of...
So even if i cannot give a proof that would be accepted here, this document on page 70 make it even more difficult to prove any real emigration from the ghettos in the GG to the east.
If the linguistic interpretation has to be proven by fact, as i said, it is then valid for both side.
Can i challenge Bob on this question as he did not answer me the first time ?
"If Bialystock or Grodno are not east enough for the Jews to settle, where were the right eastern spot ?"
To Hannover challenge, i still think that they are to heavy to be included into this topic about Goebbels diaries.
But as you probably aware of, my conviction is that the people sent to those transit camp were not to go further east.
As for the solution, i would speak of the problem, instead :The increasing Jewish presence in the German sphere...the solution was to get rid of them...but by 42-43 the available options were quite thin. And yes i am still waiting for an explanation about what the German's solution was in your view...Don't tell me about emigration after Kursk!