By Carlo Mattogno
The 1st gassing of people in Auschwitz is alleged to have happened on Sept. three, 1941. The debts reporting it are the archetypes for all later gassing money owed. This learn indicates the assets approximately this alleged occasion and analyzes them seriously. It exhibits that those assets contradict one another in each crucial aspect, rendering it very unlikely to extract a constant tale. unique wartime records inflict a last blow to the story of the 1st homicidal gassing.
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The style is more narrative, as in a novel, and the author is an omnipresent outsider. An English version appeared in 1944, entitled “The Camp of the Death,”105 from which the following passage was taken:106 “In the corner of the rectangle, where the camp’s buildings are situated, there are the barracks for penal detention. They hardly differ from the other blocks in this row. They are built in the same style as the old barracks, which were in use during the Austrian régime, where they housed the Royal Imperial artillery, and the new ones, built by the prisoners, for the ever-increasing number of new companions, arriving from the world outside.
The man in charge of the gassings in that crematorium was Hössler. 119 On March 15, 1947, Kula declared the following before the tribunal:120 “In 1941 the shootings, the executions began. In July of 1941, at 5:30 in the morning, Russian prisoners of war arrived. They were assembled in front of the kitchen, 50 of them were killed behind the kitchen; the 60 who remained alive were taken to block 11 on Saturday. That is where the first gassing took place. Also lodged in block 11 were 260 patients from the hospital; the paramedics had taken them there on Saturday night – after removing their bandages, most of them had abscesses – and put them in with the others in the basement.
On the floor there was something like broken lumps of sugar, also something green the shape and size of sweets. Lastly, on the floor there were tin cans or cartons with ‘Gas’ written on them. We carried the corpses into the yard, and then other detainees took them to the crematorium on carts. That was on September 15, 1941. After we had cleaned the block, the whole penal company moved back into that same block. ” On September 19, 1947, witness Bogdan GliĔski, deported to Auschwitz on April 5, 1941, (ID 11958) declared:131 “When I was sick and was staying in the detainee sickbay in block 21, I saw one night that a group of several hundred Russian prisoners were led into the yard of block 11, which was on the other side of the street – some 600, if I remember correctly.