Why? The word special in conjunction with needs, is commonly used for adults with learning difficulties. It is also used to signify someone very talented who is, for example, rather special at playing a musical instrument. It is one of those words with numerous applications and meanings;Werd wrote: ↑Thu Mar 25, 2021 7:25 pmIt's a hell of a leap to claim they kept the language but changed the semantics.
https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictio ... sh/special
Who wrote this document? When? Authentic letterheads or not? Certified true copy of an original? All these questions.[/quote]the Franke-Gricksch Report, which is specific about the murdering of Jews in gas chambers;
http://holocaustcontroversies.blogspot. ... on-of.html
"The so called “resettlement action” for the Jews proceeds as follows...The unfit go to a biggish house, into the basement rooms....arrive in a big basement room that resembles a shower room. In this room, there are three big pillars. Into these it is possible from above, outside the basement, to lower certain products. After 300 to 400 people have gathered in this room, the doors are closed and from above the containers with the products are lowered into the pillars. When the containers reach the floor of the pillars, they produce certain substances that put the people to sleep in one minute."
It is rather odd using a report that admits to gassings as evidence of no mass gassings!
Mattogno is happy enough to use it;
He argues that since "special" was used in relation to AR and the seizing of property, it does not therefore mean gassings when used about an action in the Kremas, which is clearly a non sequitur.
Then you will admit Mattogno is wrong to use it here;Let's see what HC has to say:Laughable! Given what codoh has written about it I may have to do a rodoh topic about it soon. It's another useless piece of "evidence."The US historian Charles W. Sydnor wrote in the postscript of Soldiers of Destruction: The SS Death's Head Division, 1933-1945:
The document analyst who located the report after the war was Eric M. Lipman of the U.S. Third Army, who typed a crude copy of the document (Figure 1). His copy included some English words ("had" instead of "hat", "and" instead of "an") and typos ("vörübergehend" instead of "vorübergehend"). Jean-Claude Pressac noted in his analysis of the Franke-Gricksch report that Lipman "seems to remember finding the carbon copy of the original report among a set of documents in a place he cannot recall exactly, somewhere in Bavaria"."The Franke-Gricksch Memorandum, entitled "Umsiedlungsaktion der Juden" and originally discovered by this author in 1976, is a verbatim typed copy, in German, made from one of the carbon copies of the original at the time the carbon was first found, in the autumn of 1945, by a documents analyst of the U.S. Army, assisting in the process of assembling and evaluating materials for possible use as evidence in the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials. The carbon copy has never been relocated, and quite possibly is still buried in the mass of unindexed Nuremberg trial materials. The original of the Frank-Gricksch Memorandum, written for and submitted to the chief of the SS Personnel Office, Maximilien von Herff, has never been found.
The typed copy made from the carbon, found by this writer in a collection of private papers, was given along with the entire collection to the Tauber Institute at Brandeis University and is now deposited there."
That further rubbishes his argument that just because special is used to mean something other than gassings elsewhere, does not mean therefore it does not mean homicidal gassings inside the Kremas.
Links to links to pages with no analysis from you beyond a sentence of shouting in bold. Instead, a blind acceptance Mattogno is correct, but you cannot explain whyClearly not.The documents evidence gas chambers, a special action involving Jews and mass cremations inside the Kremas.Plenty of examples of "special" having non homicidal contexts within Kremas.
Special basements = corpse cellars. Nothing more.
Nessie once tried to say that erecting horse stable barracks for special treatment was code for homicide. I showed otherwise.
The special cellars were literally corpse cellars with an air exchange/ventilation system.
The doors and windows were meaningless and already refuted.