The above link is interesting to me because it contains the following statement:
Portable Bone-Grinding Machines -- the epitome of German scientific achievement
...there was the same technical elaboration in the construction of mobile mills for grinding human bones. All this indicates one sole and evil will uniting all the individual assassins and executioners.
Those posting in this forum will be familiar where the above comes from. As someone who is skeptical about the "Holocaust", I am also necessarily skeptical about "Holocaust" revisionism, especially since I don't really have the means to reach definitive conclusions about most aspects of the "Holocaust". As far as the above quotation from a revisionist is concerned, what I want to know is why it could not possibly have been the case that an extensive use of bone-crushing machines could have been utilised to help dispose completely of supposedly exterminated Jews, such as at the Operation Reinhard camps (at which it is claimed by the exterminationists that literally millions were murdered), as well as the alleged mass killings by the Einsatzgruppen.
For instance, there has been in recent times much debate about mass graves being recovered at Belzec. It is hard to make sense of the debate, which has been quite extensive at alt.revisionism, with quite long threads, and the subject has been raised in this forum, as both sides of the debate don't seem to want to be completely honest, as it all has severe reprecussions. I have read where revisionists have admitted that the Belzec graves could hold the remains of tens of thousands, having been killed or died for various reasons, rather than the supposed hundreds of thousands claimed by the exterminationists. However, if there was the extensive use of bone-crushing machines, and various other techniques, as well as cremation on pyres (as there was no fixed crematoriums at Belzec, as at the other Reinhard camps), then that would make the exterminationists' case more credible, as obviously more remains could be contained in any mass grave of any particular size -- although, of course, the "mass graves" aspect is only part of the debate, as, for instance, evidence of transportation of Jews to the Soviet Union needs to be discovered, in accordance with the official Nazi documents, such as the Korherr Report.
I intend to do as much research as possible on the above subject, but I would be interested to know what avowed revisionists in this forum think about the feasibility of the extensive use of bone-crushing machines to make the exterminationist case more credible, i.e.,what is the technical relevance of such to the literal extermination of millions, and the effective disposal of the same. Below is a link to an exterminationist site with some information about bone crushing machines, so that it is surely a serious aspect of the debate for revisionists.
http://www.deathcamps.org/occupation/ei ... uppen.html