Anyone familiar with this document? According to the International Red Cross they could only trace this many deaths in German camps throughout the war.
That's just over 1/4 a million. Not quite six million.
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- 31-01-2016 21:13
- 01-02-2016 03:22
Six million is also probably the number of times this has been debunked.
Those are the number of registered deaths at concentration camps. Not those massacred at death camps. Note there's no Treblinka, Sobibor, Belzec, or Chelmno on that list. And before you bring it up, Auschwitz and Majdanek had both concentration and death camps.
Furthermore, probably a slight majority of the Jews killed in the Holocaust were not killed in the death camps - millions were killed by the Einsatzgruppen, for example.
- 05-02-2016 07:16
The problem is people will be shown images of dead bodies and see that as proof of a Holocaust but forget to define what the Holocaust and put into perspective what they are seeing. In a war where so many died largely non-Jews of course you're going to get people who died of disease and famine. Both Nazi's and Communists murdered many people there were executions and massacres practically every day.
WW2 has been made into a war of how Jews suffered. They even have Holocaust wings on war museums. It's being used as psychological warfare against the goyim to destroy opposition to the Jewish problem.
What is the Jewish problem? There are many, from capitalism, banking, media control...
I recommend you don't go on the Holocaust websites because they have an agenda to push. They're not going to be critical about how many or how people died in camps are they?
Here are testimonies from Jews who were in camps that you didn't hear.
There's so much footage out there of camps during and after liberation. After liberation of course you had a lot of people i need of attention, medical care because there were epidemics that killed thousands of people. The Germans, call them Nazi's if you wish cooperated with the Red Cross many times. The amount of people coming out of these camps alive explains why there are so many survivors 71 years on!
Come on people 71 years after these camps were liberated and look how many survivors there are today...