Note- “IT’S A HOLOHOAX (don’t be fooled)” are series of blog posts that thoroughly expose the Jewish Holocaust lie. There were no “Nazi Death Camps” and no “Nazi Gas Chambers”. You have been fooled! This is your opportunity to break free of the mind control you have been taught in school and in the media. You have been deceived! We all have… but never again.
It has been said that it is easier to believe a lie one has heard a hundred times, than a truth one has never heard before. We have heard 6 million lies about the “Holocaust”. The truth about the Holohoax has been hidden. Read below to uncover the cover-up!
Note: This blog series is derived from“Did Six Million Really Die?” book by Richard E. Harwood (1974) with many additional sources, originally presented in DJ Noble Protagonist’s E-book (The Battle to preserve Western Civilization): https://archive.org/details/@nobleprotagonist
When people talk about the millions of people being killed during the “Holocaust”, they seem to forget that the cremation process is the most important part of the equation. If the cremations didn’t keep up with the alleged deaths then testimonies of those “survivors” are thus invalid. They indeed proved to be “invalid”. It was a Holohoax!
Ivan Legace, a professional crematologist, testified, on April 5 & 6th, at the 1985 trial of Ernst Zundel, in Canada.
According to his testimony, which included detailing the cremation process, Legace explained…
-The Bow Valley Crematorium, his facility, was the hottest, and therefore, the fastest crematory in operation in North America, with the capacity to cremate one adult human body in a minimum time of an hour and a half, under optimum circumstances. Children took much less time to cremate simply because of their smaller size.
-The refractory tiles used on the floor of the ignition chamber tended to wear out very quickly, because of the wear and tear of the rollers, and because this was where the fuel ignited & burned. Lagacé, himself, had worn out floor titles after only 250 cremations by using metal rollers. Once the wear started it was extremely difficult to stop. To repair the unit in such circumstances the operator had to cease operation of the retort, allow the machine 48 hours of cooling down time with the door fully open, and preferably with a fan flowing through the machine. The bricks or tiling then had to be removed and new ones cemented.
The average life expectancy of floor refractory was 1,500 cremations. The bricks of the retort’s walls & ceilings were rated for 3,000 cremations, while the bricks of the after-burn chamber were rated for roughly 2,000 cremations.
-The time to cremate a human being, the cremation cycle, took an average of two hours. After the first cremation of the day was completed, the operator must let the retort cool-down for a minimum of one hour before beginning the second case. After the second cremation, a cool-down period of at least two hours was required.
Even with cool-down times, Lagacé testified that cremations could not be done “24 hours a day, round the clock, day after day… The refractory will not tolerate it.”
-Factory recommendation for normal operation was a maximum of three cases per day in a normal eight hour work day. No more than 50-60 cases should be processed in any month so that the refractory life was prolonged. That was an average of 2 cases a day.
There was no way to speed up this process, Lagacé testified, without effecting the refractory brick and endangering the life of the operator. If no cool-down period was allowed between cremations, the temperature would go out of control and probably exceed the 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit rated for the bricks. This would cause excessive spalling, or flaking, of the bricks. Secondly, the operator could not safely open a retort having an internal temperature of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
Lagacé emphasized the real dangers involved if the cool-down periods were not followed. If an operator attempted to introduce a body into the retort when temperatures were still excessive, a “flash ignition” could occur whereby the body would ignite before it was fully introduced into the retort. In such a case, the operator would be engulfed in flames from the burning body and would be unable to close the door to the retort. To put it simply, he said, “You can basically walk away and watch your building burn down.”
-Lagacé testified that the plans for the Birkenau (Auschwitz-Birkenau) crematory indicated that it had been built to almost the exact specifications of the Bow Valley Crematorium. In Lagacé’s opinion, the rate of burn of the Birkenau unit would be as efficient but not more than his own unit in Calgary.
The only technology difference that Lagacé could see between his own crematory and those of Birkenau was the burner section. Lagacé’s crematory used a natural gas burner while Birkenau used a stoking system with coal or something of a similar nature. The technology of Lagacé’s crematory allowed him to shut the gas off for cooling. Coal was very cumbersome in that regard, and this would affect the time limit, since the operator could not go through a cooling cycle as quickly.
-Lagacé was shown a photograph of one of the Birkenau crematories taken during the war and asked if the units looked familiar to his own crematory. Lagacé agreed that they were. He indicated, however, that the Birkenau retorts had been built in units of three with common walls between them. This would have eliminated the need for extra bricks, and been much easier & quicker to construct. However, he noted, “should one of these need to be maintained or need any repairs, it would necessitate the shutdown of the other two (retorts) attached to it, because you can’t have temperatures of 2,000 degrees radiating into an area where you’re working on another retort.”Lagacé believed that this design would never be used in a modern crematory simply because, as a business, it could not afford to have a shutdown of three units if one broke down.
-Lagacé was asked to comment on the (Jewish) claims made by Raul Hilberg in “The Destruction of the European Jews”, with respect to the capacities of the 46 retorts in the four crematories at Birkenau. Hilberg claimed that the theoretical daily capacity of the four Birkenau crematoria was somewhat over 4,400, but, with breakdowns & slowdowns, the practical limit was almost always lower.
Lagacé stated that this claim was “preposterous” and “beyond the realm of reality.” To claim that 46 retorts could cremate over 4,400 bodies in a day was “ludicrous.” Based on his own experience, Lagacé testified that it would only have been possible to cremate a maximum of 184 bodies a day at Birkenau.
-Lagacé was asked to comment on the (Jewish) claims by Gerald Reitlinger & Olga Lengyel.
Reitlinger, who written one of the first Jewish-approved comprehensive histories of the “Holocaust” in 1953, wrote that 6,000 people were cremated a day. This would mean a total, by October 1944, of over 5 million cremations.
Even more preposterous, Lengyel in her book, “Five Chimneys”, claiming to be a former Jewish inmate of Auschwitz, asserted that the camp cremated no less than “720 per hour, or 17,280 corpses per twenty-four hour shift.” Lengyel also alleges that, in addition, 8,000 people were burned every day in the “death-pits”, and that therefore, “In round numbers, about 24,000 corpses were handled every day.” This, of course, would mean a yearly rate of over 8.5 million. Thus between March 1942 and October 1944 Auschwitz would finally have disposed of over 21 million people, six million more than the entire world Jewish population.
Lagacé testified that from his own experience in cremating approximately 1,000 bodies, the figures cited by Reitlinger & Lengyel were not realistic. He testified, “This doesn’t even begin to enter reality at all. It’s just physically unrealistic.”
Lagacé said that even with present (1985) disaster plans, which provide for massive mobilization and the handling of large numbers of human remains, it would be “unimaginable” to cremate such numbers.
-Lagacé referred to the 1985 issue of a statistical sheet compiled yearly by the Cremation Association of North America, showing the numbers of retorts located on the continent and the number of cremations done annually.
The statistics indicated that in 1985, there were a total of 338,370 bodies cremated in 931 crematories in North America. In Canada alone, a total of 49,216 cremations were performed in 94 crematories.
-Lagacé testified that he had observed the results of burning people in the open in a case involving a homicide where the murderer had attempted to burn the remains of his victim with gasoline in an open area in the woods of northern Ontario. He had been unable to do so. Human bodies did not burn completely in open spaces.
In 90 percent of the cases, it would be the epidermis, or the skin, that would be charred; maybe perhaps the limbs would be burnt, but the torso was very difficult to cremate. It took high temperatures over a prolonged period of time in order to fully cremate a human being. Moreover, an open air burning would require far more fuel. In a retort there was a controlled optimum atmosphere. In open air, heat constantly escaped so that it was very difficult to concentrate all the heat into one area.
-Regarding the decomposition of corpses and handling of typhus-infected corpses, Lagacé described the procedures enforced by the Alberta government in the case of corpses infected with typhus.
If the body was buried, it had to be encased in a hermetically sealed container which would last over a prolonged period of time; and only when the soil conditions allowed this, in order to avoid contamination of the water-table or underground streams.
Note: By the early summer of 1944, the ground water level at the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp, which had fallen at the beginning of the year, had risen again. This is evident in a telegram from SS-Obersturmfuhrer, Werner Jothann, to Kammler, dated June 2, 1944. Jothann refused approval, on hygienic grounds, for the use of 14 barracks located in Building Segment III of Birkenau Camp. He said, “The barracks are only partly covered, the terrain is marshy, and not leveled in any way. There is a danger of pollution of the ground water and the creation of other hotbeds of epidemics.”
RED CROSS REPORT EXPOSES THE HOLOCAUST
Several thousand camp inmates did die in the chaotic final months of the war, due to disease & malnourishment.
Sealed and guarded since the end of WWII at Arolsen, Germany, the official International Red Cross (IRC)records reveal the actual Concentration Camps total death toll was 271,301, which includes the Jews.
The International Red Cross published their analysis in a three volume “Report of the International Committee of the Red Cross on its Activities during the Second World War” published in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1948. This analysis expanded findings of two previous publications, “Sur L’activite’ du CICR en faveur des civils detencus dans les camps de concentration en Allemagne 1939-1945” (Geneva, 1946) & “Inter Arma Caritas: The Work of the ICRF during the Second World War” (Geneva, 1947).
In 1949 the International Red Cross interviewed prisoners in the Axis German camps. They were not allowed to interview prisoners in the Allied Russian camps (gulags) which were extremely harsh & deadly.
The German camps held both political prisoners and those convicted of crimes. The Germans allowed the Red Cross to distribute food, medicine and clothing to the prisoners.
Regarding the Theresienstadt camp, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said, “”There were about 40,000 Jews deported from various countries, was a relatively privileged ghetto… The Committee’s delegates were able to visit the camp at Theresienstadt (Terezin) which was used exclusively for Jews and was governed by special conditions… From information gathered by the Committee, this camp had been started as an experiment by certain leaders of the Reich… These men wished to give the Jews the means of setting up a communal life in a town under their own administration and possessing almost complete autonomy.”
The ICRC also had praise for the regime of Ion Antonescu, of Fascist Rumania, where the Committee was able to extend special relief to 183,000 Rumanian Jews until the time of the Soviet occupation.
The aid then ceased and the Red Cross complained bitterly that it never succeeded “in sending anything whatsoever to Russia”. The same situation applied to many of the German camps after their “liberation” by the Russians.
The ICRC received a voluminous flow of mail from Auschwitz until the period of the Soviet occupation, when many of the internees were evacuated westward. But the efforts of the Red Cross to send relief to internees remaining at Auschwitz under Soviet control were futile.
However, food parcels continued to be sent to former Auschwitz inmates transferred west to such Axis camps as Buchenwald & Oranienburg.
One of the most important aspects of the Report of the ICRC is that it clarifies the true cause of those deaths that undoubtedly occurred in the camps towards the end of the war. The ICRC reported, “In the chaotic condition of Germany after the invasion during the final months of the war, the camps received no food supplies at all and starvation claimed an increasing number of victims.”
The International Red Cross was quite explicit in stating that food supplies ceased, due to the Allied bombing of German transportation, and in the interests of interned Jews they had protested on March 15th, 1944 against “the barbarous aerial warfare of the Allies.”
In dealing with this comprehensive, three-volume Report, it is important to stress that the delegates of the International Red Cross found no evidence whatsoever of “gas chambers”.
The original 1946 edition did not even talk of “extermination” or “death camps”, but after the emotional impact of the Nuremberg trials the Red Cross felt compelled (pressured) to introduce into the expanded 1948 Report several, very vague cursory references to “death camps” & “extermination camps”. However, no means (proof)of “extermination” is indicated. It was a Holohoax!
In all its 1,600 pages the three-volume Report does not even mention such a thing as a “gas chamber”. It acknowledges that Jews, like many other wartime nationalities, suffered rigors & privations, but its complete silence on the subject of “gassings” is ample refutation of the “Holocaust” legend.
Volume III of the Report of the ICRC, Chapter 3, deals with the “aid given to the Jewish section of the free population” and this chapter makes it quite plain that by no means all of the European Jews were placed in internment camps but remained, subject to certain restrictions, as part of the free civilian population.
Not only did large numbers of the three million or so European Jews in German-controlled territory avoid internment altogether, but the emigration of Jews continued throughout the war, generally by way of Hungary, Rumania and Turkey. Ironically, post-war Jewish emigration from German-occupied territories was also facilitated by the Reich, as in the case of the Polish Jews who had escaped to France before its occupation.
The ICRC reports, “The Jews from Poland who, whilst in France, had obtained entrance permits to the United States were held to be American citizens by the German occupying authorities, who further agreed to recognize the validity of about three thousand passports issued to Jews by the consulates of South American countries.”
As future U.S. citizens, these Jews were held at the Vittel camp in southern France for American aliens. The emigration of European Jews from Hungary in particular proceeded during the war unhindered by the German authorities. “Until March 1944,” says the Red Cross Report, “Jews who had the privilege of visas for Palestine were free to leave Hungary.” Even after the replacement of the Horthy Government in 1944, following its attempted armistice with the Soviet Union, with a government more dependent on German authority, the emigration of Jews continued.
The Committee secured the pledges of both Britain and the United States “to give support by every means to the emigration of Jews from Hungary”. The U.S. Government gave the ICRC a message stating that the Government of the United States “now specifically repeats its assurance that arrangements will be made by it for the care of all Jews who in the present circumstances are allowed to leave.”
The ICRC report demonstrates conclusively that throughout the war the camps were well administered.
The working inmates received a daily ration, even throughout 1943 and 1944, of not less than 2,750 calories, which was more than double the average civilian ration in occupied Germany in the years after 1945.
The camp inmates were under regular medical care and those who became seriously ill were transferred to hospital. All inmates, unlike those in Soviet camps, could receive parcels of food, clothing and pharmaceutical supplies from the Special Relief Division of the Red Cross.
HUMAN CONDITIONS AT THE CAMPS
SS Judge, Dr. Konrad Morgen, of the Reich Criminal Police Office, testified at Nuremberg that he discussed confidentially with hundreds of inmates the prevailing conditions in the camps. He found few that were under-nourished except in the hospitals, and noted that the pace & achievement in compulsory labor by inmates was far lower than among German civilian workers.
The anti-National Socialist, Communist leader, Ernst Ruff, testified in his Nuremberg affidavit of April 18th, 1947, that the treatment of prisoners on the work details and in the camp of Dachau remained humane.
The Polish underground leader, Jan Piechowiak, who was at Dachau from May 22, 1940 until April 29, 1945, also testified that prisoners there received good treatment, and that the SS personnel at the camp were “well disciplined”.
Berta Schirotschin, who worked in the food service at Dachau throughout the war, testified that the working inmates, until the beginning of 1945 and despite increasing privation in Germany, received their customary second breakfast at 10 AM, every morning.
In general, hundreds of affidavits from Nuremberg testify to the humane conditions prevailing in concentration camps; but emphasis was invariably laid on those which reflected badly on the German administration and could be used for propaganda purposes.
A study of the documents also reveals that Jewish witnesses who resented their deportation & internment in prison camps tended to greatly exaggerate the rigors of their condition, whereas other nationals interned for political reasons, such as those cited above, generally presented a more balanced picture. In many cases, prisoners, such as Charlotte Bormann, whose experiences did not accord with the picture presented at Nuremberg, were not permitted to testify.
Note: The Germans did “not” use fluoride in the drinking water at concentration camps, or other places during World War 2. This is just one of the many myths floating around the Internet and repeated by half-truthers, like the Alex Jones show of InfoWars. There is no proof! Just another Holohoax!
Note: The stories of Dr. Mengele, named “Angel of Death”, and his murderous medical experiments relied primarily on the testimony & memoirs of one man & Jewish prisoner, Miklos Nyiszli. There was actual no documentation or proof that Dr. Mengele or anyone in his charge murdered anyone.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AT THE CAMPS
The German “Office of the Public Prosecutor” conducted thorough investigations into each case of criminal arrest and those found innocent were released; those found guilty, as well as those deportees convicted of major crimes within the camps, were sentenced by military courts & executed.
In the Federal Archives of Koblenz there is a directive of January, 1943, from Heinrich Himmler, regarding such executions, stressing that “no brutality is to be allowed.”
Occasionally there was brutality, but such cases were immediately scrutinized by SS Judge, Dr. Konrad Morgen, of the Reich Criminal Police Office, whose job was to investigate irregularities at the various camps. Morgen himself prosecuted commander Koch of Buchenwald in 1943 for excesses at his camp, a trial to which the German public was invited.
It is significant that Oswald Pohl, the administrator of the concentration camp system who was dealt with so harshly at Nuremberg, was in favor of the death penalty for Koch. In fact, the SS court did sentence Koch to death but he was given the option of serving on the Russian front. Before he could do this, however, Prince Waldeck, the leader of the SS in the district, carried out his execution.
This case is ample proof of the seriousness with which the SS regarded unnecessary brutality.
Several SS court actions of this kind were conducted in the camps during the war to prevent excesses and more than 800 cases were investigated before 1945.