The Gas Vans: A Critical Investigation
By Santiago Alvarez, Pierre Marais. Those who think they know something about the “holocaust” are sure the Nazis deployed mobile gas chambers and used them to exterminate as many as 700,000 innocent victims. Surprisingly, however, up until 2011 no thorough monograph had ever appeared on the topic.
Revisionist Santiago Alvarez (along with major contributions from Pierre Marais) has remedied the situation with this new tome.
The Gas Vans: A Critical Investigation asks: Are the witness statements reliable? Are the documents genuine? Where are the murder weapons? Could they have operated as claimed? Where are the victims’ corpses?
In order to get to the truth, Alvarez has scrutinized all known wartime documents, photos and witness statements on this topic (presented in more than 30 trials held over the decades in Germany, Poland and Israel); and he has examined the claims made in the mainstream. The result of his research is mind-boggling.
This is a complimentary volume to Carlo Mattogno’s book on Chelmno. Both books were edited in parallel to make sure they are consistent with each other and are not repetitive.
Holocaust Handbooks, Volume 26, 2011, 390 pp ., 6″x9″, pb., ill., bibl., index