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The “liberation” of Auschwitz and other true stories


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  1. Charles

    This was a practical and enjoyable broadcast, Carolyn. Thanks for introducing us to a bit of the January 27 Project you are working on with your talk about Elie Wiesel and his date of liberation from Auschwitz in his book “Night.”

    It seems that your entire talk was a four-part factual allegory about fighting for the truth in order to dispel the lies coming from the mud-slingers who want to destroy history and create a myth.

  2. Carolyn, you are a “bad influence”, does Eli the Weasel share that sentiment ?

  3. Need more information, Joe. I don’t follow you.

  4. Regarding documents for the demolition of the Cremation facilities at Auschwitz in 1944-45: I remarked in the program that as far as I knew there were no documents expressing an order to blow up Cremas II, III and V. However, someone brought to my attention that Carlo Mattogno wrote:

    on the 8th (December 1944), the head of the Zentralbauleitung, SS-Obersturmführer Werner Jothann, requested Abteilung IIIa (prisoner labor employment) for the immediate assignment of 100 prisoners for the demolition work “at the crematorium [in] Camp II” (beim Krematorium Lager II) 258, undoubtedly Crematorium II.” Source: RGVA, 502-1-67, p. 227

    This can be found at Inconvenient History Journal, Vol II, 2010: “The Truth about the Gas Chambers? Historical Consideration Related to Shlomo Venezia’s “Unique Testimony.” I have written to Carlo Mattogno for further information about this.

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