All the above does is confirm there was a death camp at Treblinka and the some included the Malkinia transit camp as one of the Treblinka camps and that people did get the camps mixed up.Huntinger wrote: ↑Mon Jul 13, 2020 7:41 amThanks, the information I think you are referring to is found below. Arnulf Neumaier
In prison, more than 15 years after the fact, Kurt Franz - the main defendant in the Treblinka Trial of 1965 - drew a sketch, from memory, of the camp where he had been employed as of November 1942. This sketch could perforce not be correct in every detail, considering the many years of constant influencing that had gone by, but it differed entirely and not only in its external form from Treblinka II (B) as it is shown on an official Polish layout. As we know today, the camp as described by the witnesses is a mixture of conditions and elements from the camps Treblinka II and Malkinia. A stunning confirmation of Franz's camp sketch was found on an aerial photograph of May 13, 1944, which is held in the National Archives. This camp is also the source of the terms 'lower' and 'upper' camp, as Franz had already marked on his sketch. The smaller 'upper camp' was separated from the 'lower camp' by a road. Franz was able to label the buildings in the camp and to mark his sketch with a large number of the surnames of the personnel in Malkinia, including his own surname, Franz, in relation to certain areas of the camp. The fact that many eyewitnesses describe this camp casts a rather dubious light on these witness statements, as the transit camp Malkinia has never been suspected of harboring an extermination center.
SS-UnterscharführerJosef HIRTREITER is said to confess to working with an SS Sonderkommando at Balkinia, Poland. In his confession he said he worked at Balkinia which may be a different place to Malkinia. In his trial this was discounted and he was held accountable for atrocities at Treblinka II.Some might say Josef was confused; note he says he later found out people were gassed. As this was a transit camp no doubt he was witnessing a shower or delousing process. He was sentenced to life imprisonment on 3 March 1951 on juüdisch inspired trumped up charges.
There were no mass murders at Konzentrationslager TII or B; this is apparent due to the convoluted claims and almost total lack of confirming evidence. Finding a few KFC drumsticks at the site or grannies ashes means little, nor does asking where they went makes any sense.
It is clear that records were destroyed, train records, most likely by the Soviets and Polish Commission. It is also clear that thousands were executed in the Czerwony Bór forest (red forest) 50km north of the Treblinka Town by Einsatzgruppen. These executions of Juden were not only from local ghettos but from one 50km away. The reasons for these executions is unknown but most likely due to Partizan activity.
The US Intelligence was aware of the red forest executions and related this to Treblinka being in the same region as the camps. The Polish underground also equated these executions with the Treblinka complexes.
All of the prisoners who worked at TII (being the camp on the spur leading to the quarry and TI) and all of the local Polish rail workers, agreed that it was the death camp.
Note how the more you look for evidence to show daily mass transports back out of that camp, you still cannot find any. There are historians and even some deniers such as Mattogno who know much more than you about searching for evidence. They have also found no evidence of daily mass transports back out of TII.
The reason for no evidence is either;
A - there were no daily mass transports of prisoners back out of the camp
B - the Germans, Ukrainians, Poles, Soviets and Jews, despite being at war and hating each other, all cooperated to track down and destroy all of the evidence, starting in 1943, when the camp was closed down and razed to the ground and at all of the possible destinations and they did a perfect job. But they strangely did not destroy all of the records showing mass transports to TII, leaving them with the problem of mass arrivals and no sign of mass departures.
Logic, the evidence and Occam's razor tells us that the answer is A. Denier la la land claims the answer is B.