### Post by Nessie on Jun 26, 2022 8:10:36 GMT

Nessie wrote:

I am using your figures!

A 17 hectare camp will fit 4.5 hectares of graves and stockpile. It could fit more. I pointed out that the total for both Totenlager and Lazarette is 7 hectares, going by the various maps, which have those areas next to each other.

A 17 hectare camp will fit 4.5 hectares of graves and stockpile. It could fit more. I pointed out that the total for both Totenlager and Lazarette is 7 hectares, going by the various maps, which have those areas next to each other.

You have calculated that 4.5 hectares of space was needed for the graves and stockpile. The estimate of a 13 hectare camp is wrong, it is 17 hectares, so that means 5.66 hectares dedicated to the Totenlager, into which the 4.5 hectares fits.

The lazarette was supposedly for murdering those who lacked the physical ability to make it to the gas chamber and their bodies were allegedly burned in a single pit. There weren't multiple graves in the lazarette area.

The various prisoner/staff plans of TII have more than one pit in the Lazarette. Geophysics and the 1944 aerial photo evidence more than one pit. That means the total camp area where pits were located is now 7 hectares.

One quarter to one third of the space in the totenlager was used by the murder facilities. That's shown by numerous maps in the "Death Camps" collection of maps including the map used in the Stangl trial. You refuse to acknowledge that the 45,300 square meters of graves and stockpile is for the area of the graves and stockpiles of ex only. That's for ONE continuous grave and stockpile. The actual number of graves and the stockpiles is unknown. The area required for the space between the graves and the means of access to the graves is UNKNOWN so can't be calculated.

I have pointed out that 5.7 minus 4.5 is 1.2 hectares or 3 US football pitches worth of space for walkways between the graves and the gas chambers and barracks. You refuse to acknowledge that.

Using the minimum of one fourth of the maximum area, 5.7 (5.66) hectares, of the totenlager results in an area that is smaller than the area required for one continuous stockpile and its stockpile of ex. 5.7 divided by 4 is 1.425. 5.7 minus 1.425 equals 4.275 hectares available for graves.

You can turn and squirm however you wish, Nessie, but the totenlager simply wasn't large enough to contain the murder facilities and the graves that would be required for the burial of ~725,000 cadavers.

You can turn and squirm however you wish, Nessie, but the totenlager simply wasn't large enough to contain the murder facilities and the graves that would be required for the burial of ~725,000 cadavers.

You need to include the Lazarette when calculating space, because it contained some of the mass graves total area. You can squirm all you want, your figure of 4.5 hectares to somehow fit inside 17 hectares, is clearly physically possible.