Monthly Archives: April 2013

Everyone’s using coded language

A remarkable passage from this lecture: Clearly Roosevelt squirmed, but just as clearly he dissembled, even to his closest aides. For example, in early 1942, he told Felix Frankfurter not to worry — that the Jews were being dispatched to … Continue reading

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A note on the HDOT website

In my cremation remains post I replied to the arguments of the HDOT website on the survival of teeth in cremations, and therefore had a chance to look around the site. The contents are of an astonishingly low quality, and … Continue reading

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Cremation Remains at the Reinhardt Camps

This post reprises a thread from the CODOH forum that got lost during the .info to .com switch. The topic is cremation remains at the Reinhardt camps. That is, assuming the orthodox Reinhardt story is true, what should we expect … Continue reading

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A historical case of mass cremation: the Alamo

What can we say about mass cremation based on the example of the cremation of the bodies of the Texans after the Battle of the Alamo? The number of bodies is generally set at 182. The available sources (eyewitness accounts) … Continue reading

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Notes on the holocaust in Romania

Here are some pieces of information that caught my attention as I looked through some books on the holocaust in Romania. books consulted: Ancel, The History of the Holocaust in Romania Hilberg, The Destruction of the European Jews, 3rd edition … Continue reading

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Holocaust trends

Continuing from the last post: here are some trends from google ngrams.

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What they’re saying about revisionism

It’s worth paying attention to how your enemy is studying you. Consider this paper: HolocaustDenialPAE Some items of interest: As 2010 begins, the term “denial” is the 7th most Google-searched term related to the holocaust using the tools Google Trends … Continue reading

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