I am going by what is and what is not evidenced. That TII was the end point for mass daily transports is evidenced. That it was a transit camp where those mass transports then left and went elsewhere is not evidenced.VFX wrote: ↑Sun Dec 08, 2019 4:31 amNot at all if the statistics were wrong. You have no idea if TII was the end point or if the train was actually at the Malkinia junction. Your assumptions mean nothing. There is an assumption that people were transported to a camp rather than an area for statistical collection only to be moved on the same transport. At Malkinia there may have been some wagons that went to TII but that would take a separate engine. The main train carried on elsewhere obviously.Nessie wrote: ↑Sun Dec 08, 2019 4:25 amThat would be easy to do, as it would be impossible to transport c715,00 people out of TII between July and December 1942, without leaving any evidence at all. Just as the huge transports to TII during those 6 months left evidence from witnesses and documents, huge transports back out of TII to other places would also leave evidence.
There is evidence that by 31/12/1942, over 715,000 people had arrived at TII. That is backed by documents and witnesses. There is no corresponding evidence that they left the camp. In fact, there is evidence that they did not leave the camp.
If you have witnesses and documents to show the transports actually went to Malkinia and then onwards, please show your evidence. If you cannot evidence your belief, explain why anyone else should believe you.