Auschwitz: Open-Air Incinerations
2nd expanded edition of 2016. In spring and summer of 1944, 400,000 Hungarian Jews are said to have been deported to Auschwitz and allegedly murdered there in gas chambers. The Auschwitz crematoria are said, and would in fact have been unable to cope with so many corpses. Therefore, every single day thousands of corpses are claimed to have been incinerated on huge pyres burning in deep trenches. The sky over Auschwitz was said to have been, and would have been, filled with thick smoke. This is what some witnesses want us to believe.
This study investigates all available documentary, physical, and anecdotal evidence. Carlo Mattogno shows that the witness statements contradict each other in every regard. They also contradict what would have been physically possible. The fact that there is no documentary or forensic evidence supporting the claims is finally confirmed by air photos taken from German and Allied aircraft in 1944. They prove that the witnesses were wrong: No traces of huge pyres or massive clouds of smoke covering the camp can be seen.
Although based on a kernel of truth, Mattogno concludes, the witness statements are vastly exaggerated, and their homicidal claims are untrue.
This 2016 2nd edition of includes three papers in its new Part Three which explore the matter of groundwater levels at Birkenau, and of recent mass incineration of cattle cadavers after major outbreaks of hoof-and-mouth disease, and what implications these have for the claimed mass cremations at Auschwitz.
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|Edition type:||corrected and expanded edition|
|Size:||6"×9" (152 × 229 mm)|
|Illustrations:||69 b/w ill.|
|Publisher:||Uckfield: Castle Hill Publishers|
|PDF file:||ToC & 1st chapter ; complete book|