EXCELLENT! Thanks very much for this.PrudentRegret wrote: ↑Thu Apr 16, 2020 10:30 pmThe more I look into this the more blatantly obvious it is that AR was named after Fritz Reinhardt and not Reinhard Heydrich. I just did a couple of hours of sifting through the transcript of the IMT Pohl Case, and found many passages that directly corroborate these conclusions.
I made this post on the Skeptic Forums, but I'll also post it here for posterity.
Report on unfinished tasks and programs of office group W (economic enterprises) of the W.V.H.A.
In fairness, I will paste the excerpts I found from the defendants/witnesses that support the theory that AR was named after Heydrich:
That's right, there are none. The "Heydrich" theory for AR's origin is simply a theory presented by the prosecution, and not at all corroborated by any of the documents, witnesses, or defendants involved in the operation, despite the fact that several of them testified to their understanding that it specifically referred to Fritz Reinhardt.
As if that weren't enough, Leo Volk, who was personal adviser to Pohl and head of Legal in Pohl's division in WVHA, described to the judge in detail why Aktion Reinhardt was named after Fritz Reinhardt
Did anyone at Skeptics concede the point that Aktion Reinhardt was named after Fritz Reinhardt and not Reinhard Heydrich??