Claims and suggestions of no evidence. Apr 20, 2022 22:41:10 GMT
Post by 𝝥𝝰𝘇𝗴𝝻𝝸 on Apr 20, 2022 22:41:10 GMT
If this history is "fabricated", a false turn at one point then it would seem as though there is no alternative evidence. One cannot evidence an opposite what never existed in the first place.
The "false turn" is likely to be the existence and location of the transit camps. It is posited that the AR camps were the collection points for jews hence the discussion on transports. The issue is when or how these people left these camps except through the grill smoke. The evidence is based in the Höfle telegram, so much meaning and intent given to a few letters.
Korherr said the jews passed through the camps of the General Government to the Russian East; this would mean "white Russia" or Belarus eastern section. It is also likely to mean a general dispersal not a specific location. There is a thread to discuss what happened to them there. As mentioned there were hundreds of camps and ghettos for these people in that location.
There is not enough information to assume that these people physically went to the AR camps. It is also likely that the camp Treblinka was near Malkinia; the testimony points clearly to this as well as the markers on the maps. There were also other camps nearby such as Kosow Podlaski which is also a Treblinka camp.
If the people did not go to these camps as some assert it is asinine to ask for information on mass transports out. Of course some people did go to the judenlager Treblinka II, attested by Marian Olszuk but the majority were either divered back into Poland or sent to places like Bobruysk or one of the hundreds of other camps in that location.