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Aug
02
2013

How to ‘investigate’ the Holocaust, or: How not to do a proper investigation.

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By Wilfried Heink-

Recently I came across an article by Dr. Caroline Sturdy Colls, titled: Holocaust Archaeology: Archaeological Approaches to Landscapes of Nazi Genocide and Persecution (Journal of Conflict Archaeology Vol. 7, No. 2, 2012, 70-104)

http://tinyurl.com/l8sv5lm

Dr. Sturdy Colls latest archaeological undertaking was centered on Treblinka, the “Nazi” camp in Poland where some 800,000 Jews had allegedly been murdered by the Germans. As the title suggests, this is not about Treblinka per se, although she refers to the transit camp on the 20th page of her article (it starts on p.70 in the journal, Treblinka is on p.90), but promises that details will follow when she writes:

It is not the intention to discuss at length the individual features recorded, as these will be presented elsewhere (Sturdy Colls, in prep; 2011), but to provide an overview of the results gained in order to demonstrate their implications for studies of this period.”(Ibid)

So we wait with baited breath for that presentation, in the meantime, a few observation on her article. Dr. Sturdy Colls starts out with: (Read more…)

Written by Wilfried Heink in: Holocaust,Treblinka | Tags:
Dec
13
2012

Third and last communiqué about our answer to MM. Harrison, Mühlenkamp, Myers, Romanov and Terry

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By Carlo Mattogno, Thomas Kues, Jürgen Graf-

The "Extermination Camps" of "Aktion Reinhardt"

Our answer to the paper “Holocaust Denial and Operation Reinhard,” which was authored by the above-mentioned five gentlemen, is now ready. It is much longer than originally planned (about 800 pages). As one of Mattogno’s chapters still has to be translated into English, we will not be able to publish our text before January.

12 December 2012

Aug
19
2012

Second communiqué about our answer to MM. Harrison, Myers, Muehlenkamp, Romanov and Terry

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by Carlo Mattogno, Thomas Kues and Jürgen Graf

On 12 March 2012, we announced that our answer to the paper “Holocaust Denial and Operation Reinhard”, which was authored by the five above-mentioned gentlemen, would be ready by August or September, 2012. For cogent reasons, those interested in this debate will have to wait for a few more months before we will be able to publish our answer. While J. Graf finished his contribution to our reply some time ago, C. Mattogno and T. Kues are still working on their chapters. In the case of T. Kues, this is due to the fact that he is reviewing important material about new archeological investigations at Sobibór.

The comrade who translates C. Mattogno’s chapter from Italian into English can only partially cope with this task so that we will have to find a second translator (both J. Graf and T. Kues, who could basically do this job, are overburdened with other work). For all these reasons, it is quite possible that the five gentlemen from “Holocaust Controversies” will have to wait until late autumn before experiencing the pleasure of being utterly humiliated and unmasked for what they are.

C. Mattogno, T. Kues, J. Graf

18 August, 2012

Written by Thomas Kues in: Belzec,Operation Reinhardt,Sobibor,Treblinka | Tags:
Mar
18
2012

Communiqué on our response to “Holocaust Denial and Operation Reinhard”

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by Carlo Mattogno, Jürgen Graf, and Thomas Kues

In late December 2011, we received a long text entitled Holocaust Denial and Operation Reinhard. A Critique of the Falsehoods of Mattogno, Graf and Kues. The authors are  Jonathan Harrison, Roberto Muehlenkamp, Jason Myers, Sergey Romanov and Nicholas Terry. The object of their critique are the following three books:

  • Mattogno, Carlo, Jürgen Graf, Treblinka: Extermination Camp or Transit Camp?, Theses & Dissertation Press, Chicago 2004.
  • Mattogno, Carlo, Belzec in Propaganda, Testimonies, Archeological Research and History, Theses & Dissertation Press, Chicago 2004.
  • Graf, Jürgen, Thomas Kues and Carlo Mattogno, Sobibór. Holocaust Propaganda and Reality, The Barnes Review, Washington DC 2010. (Read more…)
Jan
27
2012

Comments on Treblinka Statements by Caroline Sturdy Colls

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By Thomas Kues-

In November 2010 I published a blog entry on an online video concerning the research activity of a young British archaeologist from the University of Birmingham, Caroline Sturdy Colls, who had set out to refute “Holocaust Deniers” by locating the mass graves at the Treblinka “extermination camp” using “the most up-to-date scientific techniques”.[1] Recently, a news report was published boldly stating that “mass graves at Nazi death camp Treblinka prove Holocaust deniers wrong”. In this we read that

“A British forensic archaeologist has unearthed fresh evidence to prove the existence of mass graves at the Nazi death camp Treblinka. Some 800,000 Jews were killed at the site, in north east Poland, during the Second World War but a lack of physical evidence at the site has been exploited by Holocaust deniers. Forensic archaeologist Caroline Sturdy Colls has now undertaken the first co-ordinated scientific attempt to locate the graves.”[2]

It is worth recalling that the same triumphatory claim that the “Holocaust deniers” finally and once and for all had been “refuted” was heard in connection with Kola’s surveys at Belzec and Sobibór, which in reality turned out to refute the official version of events relating to these two camps. (Read more…)

Jun
25
2011

Skin discoloration caused by carbon monoxide poisoning – Reality vs. Holocaust eye-witness testimony

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The following text is a revised and updated version of an article originally published by the CODOH Revisionist Library website. Sensitive readers are cautioned that the article contains photographs of human corpses which may be deemed disturbing.

By Thomas Kues

1. Introduction

According to orthodox holocaust historiography, carbon monoxide from engine exhaust was used to kill nearly 2 million Jews in Poland, Serbia and on occupied Soviet territory between late 1941 and the summer of 1944. The majority of these supposed victims were allegedly killed in stationary gas chambers located in three “pure extermination camps” in the Polish General Government – Bełżec, Sobibór and Treblinka – while the remainder is said to have been killed in mobile “gas vans” that were either stationed at the Chełmno (Kulmhof) camp in the Warthegau area of occupied Poland or employed by Einsatzgruppen or SD units operating in Serbia and on occupied Soviet territory. Below is listed the victim figures for each “killing center” as currently held by the orthodox historians.

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Nov
13
2010

UK Forensic Archeologist Sets Out To Refute Treblinka “Deniers”

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By Thomas Kues

At the website of the University of Birmingham we find the following presentation of a young forensic archeologist named Caroline Sturdy Colls [1]:

Caroline is part of a small specialist team in the UK who work in the area of forensic archaeology. Caroline has a strong stomach and she doesn’t mind getting muddy – which helps when she works with the British Police on ‘no body’ cases – apparently it’s not as glamorous as it appears on CSI or Waking the Dead!

Caroline was recently one of the very few people allowed inside the newly-discovered Egyptian tomb, KV63, in the Valley of the Kings and she’s currently working on a project to identify Holocaust victims buried in mass graves in Poland.

The holocaust mass graves which Ms. Colls is currently working at identifying are in fact those of the “pure extermination camp” of Treblinka II. This is made clear by a movie which can be downloaded at the same webpage. Below I provide a transcript of Ms. Sturdy Colls’ own narration (emphasis added): (Read more…)

Sep
06
2010

Addendum to “Evidence for the Presence of ‘Gassed’ Jews in the Occupied Eastern Territories, Part 1”

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By Thomas Kues

After the publication of “Evidence for the Presence of ‘Gassed’ Jews in the Occupied Eastern Territories, Part 1”1 in the summer issue of Inconvenient History I have came across numerous pieces of information prompting additions to the same text, which were incorporated in a recently published online Swedish version of the article.2 Since many of these additions need to be considered in the upcoming parts of this study, I have decided to publish all of them separately online in the form of an addendum. The additions are presented in order of the sections to which they belong.
(Read more…)

Written by Thomas Kues in: Auschwitz,Belzec,Chelmno/Kulmhof,Sobibor,Treblinka | Tags:
Aug
20
2010

New “Memorial Center” Planned for the Sobibór “Death Camp”

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By Thomas Kues

On 17 August 2010 the Zionist news site YNet published the following item:

“Israel will continue to support efforts to set up a memorial center at Sobibor, according to an agreement reached by the director general of the Ministry of Information and Diaspora Affairs Ronen Plot and the Chairman of the Yad Vashem Directorate Avner Shalev, with Dr. Andzrej Konrat, who is in charge of Holocaust remembrance in Poland.

The agreement is in keeping with the statement of intentions agreed upon in 2008 by Israel, Poland, Slovakia and the Netherlands.

Almost nothing remained of the Sobibor Nazi death camp in Poland at the end of the war. The creation of a memorial center is the result of cooperative research by Poland’s council for the memory of war victims, headed by Minister Konrat, and Israel’s Ministry of Information and Diaspora Affairs and Foreign Ministry, directed by Yad Vashem researchers and assisted by Slovakia and the Netherlands.

For this purpose, and international committee of experts was established, and digs were carried out at the site to determine the precise location of the gas chambers.

(Read more…)

Written by Thomas Kues in: Belzec,Gas Chambers,Sobibor,Treblinka | Tags:
Jan
29
2010

An “Amazing” Letter from Treblinka

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By Thomas Kues

In 2005, historians Eric Johnson and Karl-Heinz Reuband published a volume entitled What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder and Everyday Life in Nazi Germany (John Murray, London). The book contains a number of recent interviews with Germans as well as Jews of German nationality deported to ghettos and “death camps”. One of the latter is Ernst Levin, born in Breslau (Wroclaw) in 1925. In January 1943 he was deported to Auschwitz, where he worked in the Buna-Werke in Monowitz (Auschwitz III). The most interesting part of the Levin interview, however, does not concern Mr. Levin himself, but a friend of his in Breslau (pp. 74-75): (Read more…)

Written by Thomas Kues in: Operation Reinhardt,Sobibor,Treblinka | Tags: