With us or against us. Dec 22, 2021 11:09:57 GMT
Post by Nessie on Dec 22, 2021 11:09:57 GMT
There is evidence of a selection process and smaller transports left those camps, of people to work in labour camps elsewhere in Poland. That is not evidence of Sobibor, TII (or Belzec or Chelmno) being transit camps. That is evidence of the well known selection process for people arriving at Auschwitz and being separated into two lines;
That process and what happened to those people is evidenced. We know many of their names, as they were registered at the camps they were sent to work in. At Auschwitz that process also involved the famous tattooing of prisoners. There are witnesses, both Jewish and Nazi to the selection process and evidence of the train movements from camp to camp, as many workers were moved between various camps. The movement of those people left evidence from witnesses and documents. There is also the physical evidence of the camps themselves and where those people were accommodated. Majdanek was the second largest camp after A-B, with a maximum capacity of about 50,000 prisoners. Records from the camp show that between 1941 and 1944 when it was closed and then captured, it took in about 150,000 prisoners.
That leaves millions of people sent to the AR camps and A-B Kremas for whom there is no evidence. No documents, or witnesses or places to accommodate them. The evidence trail stops at the AR camps and Kremas. Either they left the camps or they were gassed. That is the only alternative. It is physically possible for the Nazis to have gassed those people. It is not physically possible for the Nazis to have hidden them away, without leaving any evidence.