Nessie hypocritically tried to discard and also salvage Rajchman's claim that in one pit of 250,000 corpses, blood and no fuel kept the fire burning all night. He tried to take Rajchman's quote about bodies on pyres being soaked in fuel, and then sneakily apply it to the pits. But I caught his tricks. We all know blood isn't flammable and Rajchman was just talking out of his ass. We all know he clearly said that blood alone was enough to ignite the pit of corpses that burned all night.
Czarny himself also claimed blood was all that was needed to ignite corpses. Another liar!
Rajchman also had wild claims about corpses turning blue after being gassed. Well that's the wrong colour. He wasn't the only one lying about the colour of freshly gassed corpses. Years ago I pointed to the actual witness testimony that PROVED they were talking about freshly gassed corpses in their paragraph. Nessie accepted it and then like a shithead, THIS YEAR, he acted like he never accepted I was right and then again in 2020 tried to pretend they WEREN'T talking about freshly gassed corpses.
Rajchman also has some wild claims about the sizes of pits in Treblinka and Nessie to this day still can't show me where they are, nor where Colls allegedly found them. Nessie also couldn't get a correct VOLUME of these graves as noted here when I challenged him. He liked to give alleged surface area measurements in two dimensions AND THAT'S IT! If you're gonna talk about PITS, you can't exclude the THIRD DIMENSION! Otherwise, IT'S NOT A PIT! lol.
Where are the pits that Rajchman described? Where did Colls find them?
For that matter, has anybody found Wiernik's graves?4. The Mass Graves and the Number of Victims
Rajchman claims to have worked for a considerable time at the mass graves. In the following passage, he presents his estimate of the dimensions of those grave pits:Four stories correspond to between 8 and 12 meters. Let us, in order to make an a fortiori argument, assume a depth of 12 meters. The mass graves described by our witness would then measure 50 × 30 × 12 = 18,000 cubic meters. Assuming a theoretical maximum of 8 corpses per cubic meter, such a grave would have a capacity of (18,000 × 8 =) 144,000 corpses. Given that each layer of corpses was covered with a layer of sand, it is reasonable to reduce this capacity with one third, so that each grave could hold (144,000 × 0.66 =) 95,000. In reality, however, one would not be able to dig such a deep pit with vertical walls, since there would be a risk of collapse – the walls would have to be oblique, reducing the capacity further. Moreover, such an extreme depth seems very unrealistic due to the risk of striking ground water – and Treblinka is located only some kilometers south of the large Bug River, on sandy soil!”About ten of them [the Jewish working prisoners] are standing in the pit, placing the dead head by feet, so as to fit as many corpses into the pit as possible. Another group covered each layer with sand, before the next layer of corpses was placed on top of it. The mass graves were dug by an excavator (later there were three of them). They were huge, approximately fifty meters long, thirty meters wide and several stories deep – according to my estimate: four.” (p. 91)
Regarding the dimensions of the graves we will further note that Rajchman is contradicted on this point by another witness, Eliahu Rosenberg, who like Rajchman claims to have worked in Camp 2. Rosenberg claimed in a deposition from 1947 that the graves measured 120 × 15 × 6 m, i.e. 10,800 cubic meters.
How many of these immense mass graves were there? Rajchman mentions in a passage concerning the emptying and the cleaning-up of the mass graves in June 1943:
Thus there were in total eleven mass graves, of which four were larger than the others. Do the dimensions given on page 91 refer to the smaller or the larger ones? This is not clearly stated in the text, but considering the capacity ascribed to the larger pits, it seems reasonable that said dimensions refer to the smaller ones. For the sake of argument, however, we will assume the same dimensions for all the grave pits.”Also the cleaning of the pits is progressing at a quicker pace. Ten of them are already emptied. The eleventh and last is one of the four large ones, containing approximately a quarter of a million corpses.” (p. 128)
If four of the graves each contained “a quarter of a million corpses” or even “more than 250,000 corpses” (p. 119), it follows that those pits contained together approximately 1 million corpses. Even if we assume, that the remaining seven pits contained “merely” 80,000 corpses – the estimate given in the verdict of the 1964 Treblinka trial – this means a total victim figure of at least 1,560,000. Since we know from the Höfle document that 713,555 Jews were deported to Treblinka during 1942, and since all historians agree that only a relatively small number of Jewish deportees were sent to Treblinka during 1943, resulting in a hypothetical maximum victim figure of approximately 800,000, it follows that Rajchman has exaggerated the hypothetical number of victims by 100%.
In his 1988 interview for the USHMM, Rajchman claimed that the Germans “killed every day about 15,000 people”, i.e. 450,000 per month, and in the memoirs (p. 95), he writes that “Up until December 15 the transports arrived regularly, with about ten thousand people daily”, meaning that approximately 600,000 Jews would have been killed in the camp merely in the period stretching from Rajchman’s arrival to the date mentioned. In reality, less than half that number of Jews was deported to the camp during this time.
On the map drawn up by the surveyor Trautsolt in late 1945, Camp 2 is shown as an irregular quadrilateral with an area of approximately 14,000 square meters (1.4 hectares). The mass graves of Rajchman covers a total area of at least (50 × 30 × 11 =) 16,500 square meters! Given that the pits must have been separated from each other by thick earth walls, their total area would completely have filled up Camp 2, even if its size instead was that indicated by the “Treblinka Death Camp Memorial Map” drawn up by Peter Laponder, i.e. approximately 2 hectares. In other words, there would be no space left over in the Totenlager for the gas chambers or the “roasts” used to incinerate the victims.
The dimensions given by our witness appears even more spurious when we consider them in relation to the mass graves identified by Polish archeologist Andrzej Kola at Bełżec in the late 90s. The present volumes of those thirty-three pits totaled 21,310 cubic meters. None of the pits (which were detected by drillings but left unexcavated) were deeper than 5.20 m. Twelve of the pits covered areas lesser than 100 m², while eleven were larger than 200 m². The hypothetical maximum number of Bełżec victims, given by the Höfle document, amounts to 434,508. According to established historiography, those victims were all interred before being exhumed and burned. Thus the total space used for their burial roughly equaled the volume of one of Rajchman’s eleven mass graves. How does this add up if, as our witness claims, the burial detail at Treblinka utilized the available space as efficiently as possible? (In reality, the mass graves at Bełżec would have been able to contain only a fraction of the alleged victims).
In December 1945, Rajchman visited the former site of the “death camp” together with Rachel (Ruchl) Auerbach and other members of an”historical commission”. Why, we may ask, is it that those investigators failed to uncover evidence for the enormous mass graves described by the witnesses? After all, did they not have Mr. Rajchman himself for their guide?
And what about the lack of evidence of massive wood felling and transportation to the camp for all those pyres? I destroyed you a long time ago on page 31 of MASS PYRES, HOW DID THEY WORK, particularly this post and this one. Plus this on page 35.
That says it all, doesn't it? We all know you love your circular, figure 8 logic.