Sonderkommando Auschwitz Trilogy (Vols. I, II & III)
This trilogy of profound source criticism is essential to all those who want to understand the propaganda origins of the Auschwitz gas-chamber narrative. The witness testimonies thoroughly scrutinized in these three books are the very foundation upon which that myth was erected that homicidal gas chambers existed during World War II at the infamous Auschwitz Camp. Without these testimonies, the orthodoxy would have no case at all for their claims. The various testimonies of altogether 25 former Auschwitz inmates who claim to have worked in or next to the purported gas chambers of Auschwitz are critically examined. These three studies juxtapose these accounts with logic, forensic evidence, technical feasibility, documented facts, and last but not least with their mutual and internal contradictions, thus revealing that they all are untruthful on many levels.
To find the individual books making up these trilogy, see the list below.
In this bundle
Physical Book (hardcover (green leather-style print)) 7/2021To this day, the 1979 book Auschwitz Inferno by former Auschwitz inmate and putative Sonderkommando member Filip Müller has a …
Physical Book (hardcover (green leather-style print)) 5/2022Among mainstream historians, the Auschwitz survivor and former member of the so-called "Sonderkommando" Henryk Tauber is one of the most …
Physical Book (Hardcover (green leather-style print)) 8/2022In 1995, under the title We Wept without Tears, Yad-Vashem Historian Gideon Greif published a collection of interviews he had …