Monthly Archives: September 2013

On the orientation of the new gas chambers at Treblinka

There’s an interesting feature of Caroline Sturdy Colls’ reported findings at Treblinka: the building remains said to correspond to the new gas chambers are rotated by 90 degrees relative to their position on maps drawn by the witnesses. Here are … Continue reading

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Cremation remains: Yanov versus Treblinka

The fact that human remains covering an area of 1.8 hectares were allegedly found at Treblinka is often cited as evidence for extermination at that camp, e.g. by Roberto Muehlenkamp in the controversial bloggers’ “white paper”. But check out what … Continue reading

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