The "Operation Reinhardt" Camps Treblinka, Sobibór, Belzec
Black Propaganda, Archeological Research, Expected Material Evidence
As an update and upgrade to the monographs written about the alleged National-Socialist extermination camps Treblinka, Sobibór and Bełżec (Volumes 8, 9 and 19 of the Holocaust Handbooks), this study contains all the essential information about all three camps, and presents as well as scrutinizes much new information.
The first part of this study quotes and discusses numerous witness testimonies recorded during World War II and its aftermath, thus demonstrating how the myth of the “extermination camps” was created. Particularly the chapters about Sobibór and Treblinka contain numerous early witness testimonies about the claimed extermination activities of the Reinhardt Camps, many of which have never yet been quoted, let alone discussed, in earlier revisionist works on this topic.
The second part of this book acquaints the reader with the various archeological efforts made by mainstream scholars in their attempt to figure out what exactly happened at those camps – or rather, their attempt to prove that the extermination myth based on wartime and post-war testimonies is true.
The third part compares the findings of the second part with what we ought to expect, and reveals the chasm that exists between archeologically proven facts and mythological requirements.
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|Format:||hardcover (blue cloth-style print)|
|Illustrations:||121 b/w ill.|
|Publisher:||Uckfield: Castle Hill Publishers|