Is there anywhere these camps are actually referred to as AR camps, or is that merely a label that has been created by motivated historians?Huntinger wrote: ↑18 Oct 2020, 03:25Most only know of some camps reported and only a few; it is shown that AR is an operation and not camps; at each of the locations wrongly called AR camps there was a strong customs presence. Being caught up on lack of knowledge of the real situation gives no one right to make assumptions. Prior to Barbarossa each of these alleged camps were on the GG border with the Soviets, after Barbarossa only Belzec stopped being a border of the GG; the GG still had a customs presence in its own right. This would explain why Belzec had no customers in the Höfle report as it was no longer a boundary camp.Nessie wrote: ↑17 Oct 2020, 20:40 I have already shown you a timeline which proves that is wrong. Operation Barbarossa started 6 months before any of the AR camps at Chelmno, Sobibor, Belzec and TII began operations. Prior to Barbarossa, there was no camp in the locations that those camps were built. By the time they were built, the border with the SU was over 100km to the east and it was the war front.
The assumption that there were no evictions prior to Barbarossa goes against what both Korherr and Höfle implied.
It seems that the “Globocnik camps” or the “Wirth camps” would be a more accurate label.