Auschwitz Lies

Auschwitz Lies

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By Germar Rudolf and Carlo Mattogno. A collection of essays exposing the most ridiculous—but often-quoted—lies and distortions about the holocaust.

These and other untruths are treated in this book and exposed for what they really are: political lies created to ostracize dissident historians and to keep the entire western world in merciless Holocaust servitude.

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    Auschwitz LiesAuschwitz Lies: Legends, Lies, and Prejudices on the Holocaust

    By Germar Rudolf and Carlo Mattogno. A collection of essays exposing the most ridiculous—but often-quoted—lies and distortions about the holocaust.

    * French biochemist G. Wellers exposed the Leuchter Report as “fallacious” — he exposed only his own grotesque incompetence.

    * “Polish researcher Prof. J. Markiewicz proved with analysis that Zyklon B was used in the gas chambers of Auschwitz” — Markiewicz fabricated his results.

    * “Chemist Dr. Richard Green showed that the revisionists’ chemical arguments are flawed” — Green actually had to admit that the revisionists are right.

    * “Prof. Zimmerman proved that the crematories in Auschwitz could cremate all victims of the claimed mass murder.” — as an accountant, Zimmerman proved only his lack of knowledge.

    * “Profs. M. Shermer and A. Grobman refuted the entire array of revisionist arguments” — they merely covered a tiny fraction of revisionist arguments, and botched their attempt at refutation.

    * “Keren, McCarthy, and Mazal found the ‘Holes of Death’ proving the existence of the Auschwitz gas chambers” — they twisted evidence to support their case and suppressed facts refuting it.

    These and other untruths are treated in this book and exposed for what they really are: political lies created to ostracize dissident historians and to keep the entire western world in merciless Holocaust servitude.

    Click here to look at this book’s Table of Contents and its first chapter.

    Holocaust Handbooks, Volume 18, slightly revised 2nd edition; 404 pp. pb, 6″×9″, b/w ill., bibl., index