Huntinger wrote: ↑23 Jul 2020, 11:31
This news clipping..
Is very vague and is merely stating that some movements were on foot, as the trains were so over crowded. Its geographical references also make sense. Where is "unoccupied Poland"?
.. was originally posted in the thread "Where did they go"
. There is a constant mantra regarding not only Treblinka but all of the so called AR camps with such statements as:
How were the Nazis were able to transport, feed, clothe and accommodate those people, without leaving any evidence at all.
While evidence was presented to suggest that people were transported to a destination in Treblinka there is nothing to suggest it was a camp called Treblinka II;
Not true. Stroop specifically refers to the camp as TII.
... obviously in many instances inmates were transported to Treblinka 1 and the correctional or transit camp at Malkinia.
There is evidence of daily mass transports to TII.
The US intelligence mentions a TII Konzentrationslager which by definition is also a transit camp, or at least a section of it.
The report merely lists three camps. The Americans are not naming the camps.
One of the obstacles presented regarding the transit hypothesis was the lack of evidence, which was speculated as being due to Soviet interdiction.
In the article above is clear indication that in 1942 juden were deported into what used to be Soviet Territory aka the Russian East.
That was the rumour, we know from the evidence that most did not make it to the Russian east as they were gassed at the AR camps. Meanwhile Jews already in the Russian east were being shot.
They walked but must have passed through Zoll points, or customs points like everyone who left the Reich; even soldiers and polizei were inspected by Zollgrenzschutz.
Yet no witness thought to mention that.
What customs areas functioned in Nazi occupied territory?
Those Zoll points were the AR camps, operated by Zollgrenzschutz and SS, ...
The Sobibor photos show staff from the T4 euthanasia project.
Why did no Nazi who worked at Sobibor claim it was a customs post?
To stay on topic, where is your evidence TII was a customs post?
The Reinhardt initiative as determined by Fritz Reinhardt and his band of merry men; customs officials.
Show me documentation where Fritz Reinhardt refers to customs areas and the gathering of duties.