Jewish Resettlement" in Eastern Galicia Jan 9, 2023 19:15:01 GMT
Post by Nessie on Jan 9, 2023 19:15:01 GMT
The OP centres around a document recording a mass transport to Belzec, when the AR camp was open and receiving mass transports from ghettos. I showed you a list of transports to the AR camp, which includes the transport referenced in that document.
Hofle specifically references arrivals at the AR camp "B". Korherr stated he was told there was resettlement in the Lublin district from the camps in the General Government, for which there is no evidence. Multiple witnesses speak to arrivals there. There is corrobroating evidence.
Get a spell check. There is evidence of a huge number of labour camps in the area.
While Jews were sent to the Russian East, they also returned to Labour camps in the West as shown multiple time.
You have presented no evidence Jews were being sent to the Russian east in 1942 from any Belzec camp and the movement of Jews west was in late 1944 into 1945, as the Nazis fled the Soviets.
There were labour camps in Galicia.
Where is your evidence of resettlement in eastern Galicia?
Instead of asking questions would you do some research for a change, if you are capable, to add to the pool of knowledge.
Most of the labour camps are accessible by train.
Who were in those labour camps? Where did they come from? How many were there? So far, you cannot evidence that is where Jews sent to Belzec were being resettled.