Huntinger wrote: ↑Sat Feb 02, 2019 6:56 pmA real photo is worth a thousand words especially when it is not faked like spaghetti people. To be honest if there was a plan to gas Jude there would have been photos to present the efficacy of the process to the Reichsfuhrer to make the system streamlined and German efficient. The ad hoc system apparently in place if the allegations are in any way correct would be so un German; incredbily unproffesional. Turning morgues into gaskammers leaving no morgues for the terminally ill in a city sized camp would be irresponsible and unhygienic to say the least. Killing a million in Treblinka with no real plan of how to dispose of the bodies using dumb Ukrainian guards is also totally unprofessional. Using Zyklon B at sub zero temperatures with no quality control or gaurantee of the toxic output is also unprofessional. As mentioned in another thread, there are no photos of people streaming down into the Leichenkellers to undress from either the Germans or the Allies; yet Spielberg has done this in his movie the "Greyzone". To expect 2000 people to walk through a single door past a lift to another single door ar right angles and then patiently line up like soldiers in a sardine can would create panic in anyone. There is only one reasons photos like these were not taken from the guard tower as other photos were, is simply because it did not happen.DabbingIsSoMuchFun wrote: ↑Sat Feb 02, 2019 6:42 pmI dunno, someone can always leak info, and a picture is worth a thousand words. It's one thing taking photos of Jews, without knowing its context, another to take photos of deceased Jews. Not to mention, gassing is a long and exhaustive process. Taking photos would be, indeed, a waste of time in the process.
There were no spaghetti people, you would have to prove that first.
Taking photos while gassing is impossible; you're not in the chamber, and while cleaning up it's also impossible, as you'll die. Besides, the chamber is c-r-a-mmed with bodies, there's no way someone can take photos like that.
I suppose, though, that I was wrong. The Germans did take some photos of them doing nefarious deeds, like the Einsatzgruppen shooting civilians, among others. It's more of a technical improbability. It's much more convenient to just list the casualties to the Reichsfuehrer in a report. There were hospitals, though, and crematorias (later, cremation pits) to help dispose of the bodies. There wasn't a plan to dispose of the bodies in the beginning of Treblinka's operation, only later did that start, when Germany was going to lose the war.
What-coulda-shoulda-done-this-that, is not an argument. Remember, we are never always perfect. That said, I would need proof that ZB was used at sub zero temperatures. Spielberg is a movie director, not an historian; he makes fiction. Also, they were alledgedly only going to take a shower, but then were gassed. There was no panic, naturally, then, although as knowledge spread, so did the panic.
Why was there a heavy peephole protection grid on the inside of the door?