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Re: Sobibor Photos

Posted: Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:03 pm
by Huntinger
This thread is about photos, not all the other crap Nessie wants to derail threads with. This is pure thread derailment
Nessie wrote:I have 21. You can start with Fuchs and Bauer. Prove they were lying.
Unless Fuchs and Bauer have something to do with these Sobibor photos keep them out of it.

Re: Sobibor Photos

Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2020 3:34 pm
by Depth Check
Certain off topic troll posts and replies to them have been removed from this thread.

Nessie had nothing of value to add to the discussion of the newly released Sobibor photographs but still he kept on, and on, and on, off topic posting. Nessie is a habitual offender who has no real interest in honest debate therefore I have removed his posting privileges in the Holocaust forum.

A heads up for Nessie. I don't know how old you are but it is a safe bet you will be drawing your pension before I allow you access to this forum again.

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Sobibor Photos: camp 1

Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2020 4:32 pm
by Huntinger
Camp one
Looking at the rear of the Kammandantur, the Hakenkreuz is draped over the roof.

Looking East at camp one, this photo was taken in 1943; camp one is where the Prisoners lived. Note the total lack of buildings.
There is a building or shack in the middle of the compound that looks like a garden shed or chook house. There is an inner lightly fenced of compound that looks totally rectangular, about 15 metres from the shrub; this has a man inside it.
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Witnesses have drawn the camp one as follows: this is area B in this map.
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Note to compare and contrast that the huts in the photo are no there, nor the guard tower at the entrance which say Mijenveld.
(minefield). This is a fabrication as this is where the striped pill box and guards were, in the photo below. One does not have the SS flag and the Hakenkreuz flying on striped poles with Sonderkommando for a mere guard entrance. This was a main entrance.
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Look at the photo of the camp above, one can see the entrance with the flag and a path to the right. This indicates there were no mines, at least not there. The buildings in the diagram above do not match up with the actual photos proving it is a fabrication.
Another diagram has similar flaws and do not align with the photographic evidence.
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Here is an aerial photo of camp one and Kammandantur including buildings with sonderkommando entrance. This aligns with the photo above taken by the Officer.
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Re: Sobibor Photos

Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2020 5:04 pm
by Huntinger
Sobibor then and now. Compare and contrast building alignments etc with witness maps.

This camp was supposedly razed to the ground and yet the Kammandantur and many of the older buildings are still there.
Within days of the uprising, the SS chief Heinrich Himmler ordered the camp closed, dismantled, and planted with trees.
Well all one can say looking at the photos below they did a poor job dismantling. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:



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1944 drawing Luftwaffe
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Closer look at drawing above
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Google Earth 2020

Re: Sobibor Photos

Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2020 6:24 pm
by Huntinger
This is the perspective currently of interest. This Google Earth photo is taken from the same perspective as the one below to compare and contrast.
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Google Earth 2020
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Points
  • Camp one does not have any buildings as described by the witness diagrams. This clear lack of buildings means this area had another purpose and not to house people with workshops etc.
  • The entrance clearly seen in the Somderkomanndo photo has two building at right angles to each other; this is shown in the photo above.
    This entrance is not shown in the witness diagrams. The fake witness diagrams show a mere guard tower and minefields.
  • There is no moat or barbed wire electric fences as described by the witnesses. Due to this being an entrance mines are also unlikely.
  • There are shrubs up at the fence as described by eyewitnesses but easily seen by interested groups from outside the camp. It seems that this and the location of the Kammandantur is the only thing these people got right.
There is a total lack of hard security at this camp, unlike say Birkenau with its electric fences; there is a total lack of buildings where there should be a small village set up; this is evidence this area at least had another function.
In keeping with the theme of a customs post and emigration it would appear two sections of the camp must be isolated; it is highly likely that those who passed through customs resided in area three of the camp where they were moved on. This is no different to waiting in an airport lounge after passing through customs etc.


This maps of Sobibor Camp Spring 1942 can be found here
I have superimposed two actual photos. I have mentioned this before but it is important that readers understand the implications.
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  • Top photo shows camp one or area in diagram called camp labor force as it really was.
    There is an insecure fenced of area with a single small shack, a man and a building running parallel to the back fence.
    The diagram fostered onto the public in no way corresponds to the photo by Johann Niemann.
  • There is a red line from the Sonderkommano entrance photo to where it should be on the diagram. This actual entrance is not even indicated on the diagram, let alone the two buildings that are at right angles to each other. Readers can read the captions themselves and decide if there is barbed wire and minefields.
It is also noted that the guard box to the rear of the camp is not painted in the stripes of a border post; no need to as the public do not go that way.

Re: Sobibor Photos

Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 4:56 pm
by Charles Traynor
Thank you for your initial assessment of the currently released Sobibor photographs, Huntinger. However, I would strongly caution against assuming striped posts represented a border crossing during the 1940s. I have crossed numerous borders in Europe without witnessing striped barbershop like poles. In fact the striped poles in the photograph you posted earlier are obviously to protect the expensive cameras/sensors monitoring that border point from negligent vehicle drivers.


Huntinger wrote:
Wed Feb 12, 2020 4:48 am

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Re: Sobibor Photos

Posted: Thu Mar 12, 2020 2:52 pm
by Reviso
There is a book "Fotos aus Sobibor" (Bildungswerk Stanislaw Hantz) :
https://bildungswerk-ks.de/news/buchvor ... ozialismus

Perhaps the book contains more photos than the press releases ?

On Amazon, a commenter says : "Interessant sind die Fotos allemal, nur sind sie streckenweise klein. Sehr klein. Soweit ich weiss wurden ca. 360 Fotos entdeckt. Im Buch ist eine Auswahl. Die anderen gefundenen schriftlichen Dokumente werden leider nicht erwähnt bzw. zitiert. Dafür nimmt der Text der Verfasse, welcher manchmal recht oberflächlich ist, den grössten Raum ein.
Meiner Meinung nach hätte man das um einiges besser aufarbeiten können."
https://www.amazon.fr/Fotos-aus-Sobibor ... 3863315065

Re: Sobibor Photos

Posted: Thu Mar 12, 2020 11:50 pm
by Huntinger
Charles posted this photo which seems to have got lost in the "crash".
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Re: Sobibor Photos

Posted: Fri Mar 13, 2020 6:35 pm
by Charles Traynor
Dr. Terry has said the above image could be controversial and damaging to revisionism. The poor fellow is delusional.



Here is a plan of the camp to go with the newly released photographs.

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Re: Sobibor Photos

Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2020 1:31 am
by Scott
Reviso wrote:
Thu Mar 12, 2020 2:52 pm

There is a book "Fotos aus Sobibor" (Bildungswerk Stanislaw Hantz) :

https://bildungswerk-ks.de/news/buchvorstellung-fotos-aus-sobibor-die-niemann-sammlung-zu-holocaust-und-nationalsozialismus

Perhaps the book contains more photos than the press releases ?

On Amazon, a commenter says : "Interessant sind die Fotos allemal, nur sind sie streckenweise klein. Sehr klein. Soweit ich weiss wurden ca. 360 Fotos entdeckt. Im Buch ist eine Auswahl. Die anderen gefundenen schriftlichen Dokumente werden leider nicht erwähnt bzw. zitiert. Dafür nimmt der Text der Verfasse, welcher manchmal recht oberflächlich ist, den grössten Raum ein. Meiner Meinung nach hätte man das um einiges besser aufarbeiten können."

https://www.amazon.fr/Fotos-aus-Sobibor-Martin-C%C3%BCppers/dp/3863315065


The materials included with a total package that are not really expected to be important for the narrative one way or another are often the most important of all in a collection when it comes to the truth. I wish that I could browse the book and see what all of the included pictures are before laying down some cash for a purchase. I was not encouraged by some of the descriptions that the photos are reproduced in a very small format.

:)