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Over the decades, the public has heard a variety of numbers about the slave labor camp called Auschwitz. From 4 million killed and cremated, to 2.5 million, to this story in Haaretz that now claims one million?
Original plans for the construction of the Nazi extermination camp of Auschwitz, including a gas chamber and crematorium, have been found in a Berlin apartment, a German newspaper reported Saturday.
The daily Bild published copies of some of the 28 plans, which the head of Germany's federal archives, Hans-Dieter Krekamp, called "authentic proof of the systematically planned genocide of the Jews of Europe."
Bild gave no indication of where, when or by whom the plans were found.
It said they were dated between 1941 and 1943 and stamped, "Waffen-SS and Police Construction Directorate." Some were signed by senior SS officials and one initialled by the head of the Nazi ideological corps, Heinrich Himmler.
More than one million Jews, gypsies and others deemed "subhumans" by the Nazis were killed at Auschwitz, near the Polish city of Kracow, out of a total six million slaughtered up to the fall of the regime in 1945.
The pictures above depict the old and the new memorial plaque for the victims of the former concentration camp in Auschwitz. In 1995, the Polish authorities under President Lech Walesa officially reduced the number of victims from four to one and a half million, without this important change being taken into account by Holocaust believers
Never mind the 1955 French documentary, Night and Fog, which said there were NINE million jews killed during the Holocaust™.
So many numbers are confusing, so let's clear away some of this fog with some simple questions and answers about cremation and some simple math.
Questions and answers on cremation
Q.) How long does it take to cremate a body?
Cremating at the optimum temperature (1400 - 1800 degrees), the average weighted remains takes 2 to 2 1/2 hours. Several more hours may be required before the cremated remains are available to the family.
Q.) Is it true that the bones are crushed after cremation? I've heard you don't get ashes back -- what do you get?
A complete cremation is a two-step process. Firstly, the actual exposure of the deceased to several hours of intense heat and flame; after which the remains are mostly ash except for certain bone fragments, then the entire remaining ash and fragment volume is gathered and run through a processor, creating a uniform powder-like texture.
There's 8,760 hours in one year. A cremation takes 2+ hours, so one oven, running 24/7, 365, would be able to possibly cremate 4,380 people in one year, if it didn't shut down for maintenance or to clean out the remains.
Yes, I know that's impossible, but bear with me for a bit.
Say you had 30 of these running, again, nonstop all year long and you would be able to cremate 131,400 people in one year. Multiply that times four years and you'd have around 530,000 (rounded up) cremations.
Figures on the actual number of ovens vary, anywhere from an initial six to an end number of 52.
But no one seems to know how many of these ovens were used to bake bread.
So how in the hell did Auschwitz cremate 4 million or 2.5 million or one million?
And how did they keep ovens burning full blast 24/7, 365 without shutting them down for maintenance or to remove the ashes and bones?
Plus, the mortar between the fire bricks, fireclay, would have to be replaced, along with any cracked bricks, every 1,500 hours, necessitating a shut down of that oven for repairs.
To refresh your memory of these ovens, here's one that's pictured on Wikipedia:
Again, could someone please explain how you're going to cremate 4,380 people in one year's time in this oven?
By using coke, a SOLID fuel, which is refined from coal?
Where did they shovel in the massive amount of coke needed to burn 24/7, 365?
There's no opening big enough to handle the massive amount of coke that would have had to been shoveled in 24/7, 365 to keep the ovens running non-stop, year in and year out.
In the front, where the door is? But the door would have been blocked by the carriage used to push in the corpse, so how was the coke shoveled in to the furnace? Besides, it's much too small and was probably used to scoop out spent coke.
Holocaust™ Denial or Asking Questions Some Don't Want Asked or Answered?
The tale about that the Nazis made soap from the corpses, has been shown to be a lie.
The numbers that perished in the German slave labor camps have also shown to be a lie.
More than a few books written about the Holocaust™ have been shown to be fakes.
How many other lies are surrounding and blurring the Holocaust™, like a fog at night?--MORE--"