Huntinger wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 15, 2018 3:03 pm
Nessie wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 15, 2018 6:42 am
That total was used by Korherr
in his report on the The Final Solution of the European Jewish Problem produced in April 1943.
Henry in response wrote this:
Henry wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:39 am
Your common ground is found beyond just the numbers as both Hoffle and Korherr
contain basic errors which belie the simple explanation of (an also) common incompetence amongst German officials.
Then the Kelpie replies and says this:
Nessie wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:54 am
. There are plenty of places to discuss Korherr
I only introduced them to the topic to show Huntinger he is missing about 18 months where the Nazis had transported Jews to the AR camps and before they could have been liberated by the Soviets.
To me this tactic is not acceptable. It brings up the Korherr reports inviting discussion. When discussed well, it decided to suddenly divert the topic away after wasting a thread page.
The diversion is yours, as you ignore my point about the 18 month gap when those people were, according to you not gassed and they remained in Nazi custody before the Soviets arrived.
You have been told that there were not vast amounts of Jews arriving at the Einsatz camps,
I have evidenced there were.
these were stops like any train station to let off the sick and elderly.
And everyone else, with only those selected to work moving on.
In the Sobibor reports the trains moved on full of people.
Do show what report you are referring to.
Höfle Telegram was probably a statistical census type figure perhaps a response from a Statistician to determine who was where and when at a small sequence of time, to determine the Jew flow out of the Reich. It is made clear that this information was used by a Statistician for the purposes of statistical predictions but with a caution.
Hofle worked as part of AR and was reporting the numbers given to him for each camp back to HQ. The transmission of the information was intercepted.
These camps were possibly the best points to collect such data rather than the turmoil of the beginning and end points as this showed the Jewish flow rate towards work centres. If I wanted to know data this is how I would do it, in places which are more controlled. People might need to disembark, shower, refresh, get counted, the sick go to hospitals in the camp, some local labour, the rest move on as all of those Dutch witnesses did.
How did they all manage to move on without leaving any evidence of that happening? Why did not Nazi mention at his trial they all left?