Werd wrote: ↑
Fri May 08, 2020 2:29 am
Nessie wrote: ↑
Thu May 07, 2020 5:51 pm
My best estimate specific to Birkenau.
Evidence, for example;
"Estimates of the number of people who were gassed to death in Auschwitz vary, but the lowest is 900,000, and the highest about 1,600,000."
"the gas chamber of Krema I was used only for a short time, before the conversion. This, and the fact that “only” about ten thousand people were murdered inside it, compared to three-hundred-fifty-thousand and four-hundred-thousand in Kremas II and III"
There is also specific documentation regarding arrivals and who was selected to work, for example;
"Assuming that Veesenmayer’s figure of 437,402 deported Jews is correct, and subtracting 15,000 Jews who went to Strasshof and 104,000 Jews not gassed upon arrival, and rounding the result, we can conclude that about 320,000 Hungarian Jews were gassed"
they would have still be transporting, feeding, clothing and accommodating them, according to you.
I'm sure I asked you earlier what was wrong with dumping Jews off at the East and just leaving them there to fend for themselves. Then it devolved into why many people would have noticed them and made a fuss.
1 - there is a chronological gap, you need evidence they left Birkenau first before you can claim they ended up in the east.
2 - That would leave evidence, of which there is none. From Jews themselves or locals, who of course would make a fuss about hundreds of thousands of starving Jews needing to be fed, clothed and accommodated.
3 - Deniers claim Jews in the east were helping partisans and that justifies EG documents recording the execution of Jews.
4 - everywhere else Jews were treated as the enemy and sent to ghettos and camps. Leaving them in the east is handing a resource to the Soviet enemy to use.
And then I said recall Crowell's article where many Jews didn't return to their home countries and many changed their names and hid their religion. As the topic about Polish name changes showed, many Poles who were pushed East into Russia came back to Poland but with name changes.
Which happens after the war. You ignore a large chronological gap.
I have checked those links and there is no evidence there that the people not selected to work left the camp. You have produced no witnesses, no documents, nothing else. You are using a form of argument you know is faulty, where you claim they were not gassed and they probably went missing, which they could not have done inside the camp. The last link is to Mattogno who is trying to claim the elevator could not cope, therefore no mass cremations, therefore no gassings, therefore they left the camp. That is clearly a flawed argument. You need evidence to evidence they left the camp.
Unless you can evidence they left the camp, then I do not have any reason to believe they left the camp.