WWII Photos of Alleged Mass-Murder Sites Analyzed—new edition
By Germar Rudolf, John Ball and Carlo Mattogno. This is a new revised edition of the classic book addressing and correcting all deficiencies in previous editions. During World War II, both German and Allied reconnaissance aircraft took countless air photos of places of tactical and strategic interest across Europe. These photos are prime evidence for the investigation of the holocaust. Air photos of locations like Auschwitz, Majdanek, Treblinka, Sobibor, Belzec and Babi Yar permit an insight into what did or did not happen there and whether structures were modified by the Soviets after they liberated the labor camps. These photos can then be compared with what witnesses claim happened there. The present book is full of air-photo reproductions and schematic drawings explaining each. According to the authors, these images refute many of the atrocity claims made by witnesses in connection with events in the German sphere of influence.
Softcover, 178 pages, 8.5 x 11 format, 262 illustrations, #698, $15