I am going by reports from those who have seen all of the photos. The photos of Sobibor do not show any evidence of it being a transit camp.Turnagain wrote: ↑Fri Jan 31, 2020 6:46 pmNessie squirms even more. Do ya' mean that Niemann's photos didn't include any Jews except incidentally? Have you examined the album and all of the photos? Got anything besides your suppositions? Like your chimney for the nonexistent crematoria?Nessie wrote: ↑Fri Jan 31, 2020 4:00 pmWhy would Niemann take photos that would incriminate himself and his colleagues? What did he not photograph behind the covered fence?
Why would he not take photos of that would have shown Sobibor was just a transit camp?
Where are all the transit photos? By the end of 1942, some 101,370 people had arrived at Sobibor. Over two months in 1943, some 33,000 Dutch people arrived. If they were processed in the camp and transported onwards, where are the photos?
Niemann took numerous photos of normal activity at the camp, so why not the transports? What was he avoiding?
Instead, it evidences that there were staff at Sobibor who had been part of the T4 euthanasia project. It evidences the measures taken to keep the camp hidden from view and inside the camp certain areas were kept from being viewed. It shows how fences were covered, as witnesses described the road leading to the gas chambers.
That is not like any transit camp. That is like how the death camps were described. It is hardly surprising that certain parts of the camp have not been photographed, since Niemann wanted to and was required by SS rules to keep those parts secret.