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The Gas Vans II: A Critical Investigation - Santiago Alvarez, Holocaust Handbooks, Volume 26:

The Gas Vans II: A Critical Investigation - Santiago Alvarez, Holocaust Handbooks, Volume 26:

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When it comes to the “Holocaust,” terms like “gas chambers” or “gas ovens” dominate the public’s mind. “Gas vans” are usually absent from the discourse. What percentage of the general populace has ever heard that the Nazis are said to have deployed mobile gas chambers as well, which historians usually call “gas vans”? This lack of knowledge is excusable, because even in orthodox historiography the “gas vans” have played only a minor role. To this date no monograph has appeared on the topic written by a mainstream historian, and the papers published about the topic are dismally superficial and show a total lack of any critical attitude. Witness testimony is not scrutinized, documents are not subject to source criticism, and physical, tangible evidence is never even considered.
"Be Not Afraid..."
The Complete 22 volume Holocaust Handbook Series is available for free from the publisher (240 MBs)
http://holocausthandbooks.com/dl/HHS.zip

To buy hardcopies or download and distribute individual volumes for free go here
http://holocausthandbooks.com/

HOLOCAUST HANDBOOK SERIES

When it comes to the “Holocaust,” terms like “gas chambers” or “gas ovens” dominate the public’s mind. “Gas vans” are usually absent from the discourse. What percentage of the general populace has ever heard that the Nazis are said to have deployed mobile gas chambers as well, which historians usually call “gas vans”? This lack of knowledge is excusable, because even in orthodox historiography the “gas vans” have played only a minor role. To this date no monograph has appeared on the topic written by a mainstream historian, and the papers published about the topic are dismally superficial and show a total lack of any critical attitude. Witness testimony is not scrutinized, documents are not subject to source criticism, and physical, tangible evidence is never even considered.

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The texts of the telegrams of 6 and 15 June 1942 exist in two differ-
ent versions, which are reproduced consecutively in IMT vol. 26 (pp.
106-109). Since the documents reproduced in the IMT volumes have
been retyped rather than photographically reproduced, I will subse-
quently refer to the alleged originals of these documents as archived in
the U.S. National Archives.
Both versions of each telegram bear handwritten marks, which give
the impression that both versions were prepared in the offices of the
RSHA in Berlin. Version A of the telegram of 9 June 1942 – the one
reproduced first in the IMT volume – is typed on the lower half of a
sheet of paper, while version B of the later telegram of 15 June 1942 is
typed on the upper half; hence they were apparently typed counter-
chronologically. Although there were six days between the receipts of
these two telegrams, and although 7749 other telegrams arrived at the
RSHA in the meantime (or so the serial numbers suggest: version A
144,702, version B 152,452), somebody must have taken the trouble to
pull out these two telegrams and retype them in inverted chronological
order on a separate sheet of paper. Even the handwritten note “Repair
immediately after return – report completion” was added at the top left
corner to the retyped telegram of 9 June 1942, although apparently by a
different writer than the one which is on the other, ostensibly original
version. This version also includes a red underlining of the address line
(so the footnote in MT vol. 26, p. 106), whereas version B of this tele-
gram has the secrecy note beneath the address line framed in red (ibid.,
p. 108, footnote).

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