During World War Two both German and Allied reconnaissance aircraft took countless air photos of places of tactical and strategic interest in Europe. These photos are prime evidence for the investigation of the Holocaust. Air photos of locations like Auschwitz, Majdanek, Treblinka, Babi Yar etc. permit an insight into what did or did not happen there. This then can be compared with what witnesses claim happened there. The present book is full of air photo reproductions and schematic drawings explaining them. According to the author, these images refute many of the atrocity claims made by witnesses in connection with events in the German sphere of influence.
Witnesses have claimed that, in the spring and summer 1944, the chimneys of the four crematories at Auschwitz-Birkenau were constantly smoking profusely and that thousands were incinerated on pyres in huge outdoor pits. The air photos presented here show whether they are right. An analysis of these photos further reveals that someone tampered with copies of them in an attempt to add into the pictures what should be there but isn’t ...
After German units captured the Ukrainian capital Kiev, they are said to have shot some 33,000 Jews and tossed them into the Babi Yar ravine. In the summer of 1943, shortly before their retreat, the Germans are said to have exhumed the bodies and burned them for weeks on huge stakes. What do air photos from before and immediately after the event show?
Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka
Witnesses claim that in these camps altogether more than 1.5 million Jews were killed and initially buried in gargantuan mass graves. Later on they are said to have been disinterred and burned on huge pyres. Do the air photos show any evidence for this to be true, like remnants of huge mass graves, charred earth from huge fires?
This was the first major German concentration camp “liberated” by the Red Army toward the end of World War II. Initially it was claimed that up to 1.7 million inmates were killed here by various means, but that number has decreased over the past seven decades to just under 80,000. Also decreased is the number of officially alleged gas chambers used for these claimed murders: from seven to currently two. The air photos presented here give some clues as to why these mass murder claims have been untenable from the start.
5th, slightly corrected edition with contributions by John Ball and Carlo Mattogno.
Table of Contents
Foreword, by Germar Rudolf, p. 5
About the First Edition’s Author and this Book, p. 9
Maps, p. 10
Introduction, p. 11
1. The Development of World War II Aerial Photography, p. 13
2. Firebombing Hamburg Creates Largest Fire in History, p. 17
3. The Katyn Forest 1940 Executions, p. 21
4. Thousands of Typhus Victims Buried by British in Bergen-Belsen, p. 31
5.1. One Million Alleged Gassed and Cremated at Largest Extermination Camp, p. 35
5.2. The I.G. Farben Coal Liquefaction Complex, p. 38
5.3. Auschwitz I – A Camp Surrounded by Roads, Towns, and Houses, p. 45
5.4. Evidence Shows CIA Auschwitz Report Based on Altered Air Photos, p. 53
5.5. Farms Surrounding Birkenau, p. 75
5.6. Air Photos Show What People Arriving by Train in 1944 Experienced, p. 80
5.7. The 1944 War Refugee Board in the Light of Subsequent Research Results, p. 86
5.8. Crematoria II & III at Birkenau – Eyewitness Accusations, p. 88
5.9. Crematoria IV & V with Alleged Gas Chambers at Birkenau Visible from Outside, p. 96
5.10. The Alleged Mass Cremations Near “Bunker 2” West of the Birkenau Camp , p. 103
5.11. The Bombing of the I.G. Farben Industrial Complex, p. 107
5.12. Cyanide Sampling from Buildings Where Cyanide Gas Was Allegedly Used, p. 113
5.13. Possible Mass Graves Visible on Air Photos, p. 118
6. 800,000 Allegedly Executed and Cremated in Treblinka, p. 121
7. 600,000 Allegedly Cremated in Belzec Camp, p. 137
8. 250,000 Alleged Cremated in Camp Near Sobibor Rail Station, p. 145
9. Majdanek – Allegedly 80,000 People Executed and Cremated, p. 149
10. Babi Yar Mass Executions – 1943, p. 153
11. Conclusions, p. 157
Bibliography, p. 163
Air Photo Reference Numbers, p. 165
Index, p. 167