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As in his previous writings, he picks out “traces” of criminal intent. Many of these, incidentally, he’s had to leave by the wayside. A number of “traces” he presented in his 1989 book are conspicuously missing from the 1993 work. He notes, for example, that the SS wanted to install ventilation systems in the underground morgues of the crematories. He considers that this shows an intent to use these rooms for criminal purposes. Pressac is so convinced of this that he doesn’t even bother to consider alternative explanations that would occur to less prejudiced souls, such as, for example, the need to disinfest, during typhus epidemics, the morgues with Zyklon B (used throughout the camp for disinfesting clothes, barracks, and so forth).
To be sure, Pressac clearly realizes that there is a difference between the outputs claimed by Topf company salesmen and the reality of operation, hampered by breakdowns and design and manufacture flaws. But Pressac goes no further to establish the actual figures, and when he provides an estimate of 1,000 cremations per day for Kre13 Engl. see P. , Institute for Historical Review, New Port Beach 1990. Serge Thion, History by Night or in Fog? 47 mas II and III, one sees clearly that he takes his readers for chumps.
145. Where, among the 130,000 documents, are the invoices for chlorinated water? One has heard about the famous powder chambers of Mr. Kahn. Now we get a chlorine water guarantee from Pressac. ), Auschwitz: Plain Facts view as avidly as they swallowed, five or ten years ago, other authors who said just the opposite. Nothing else was to be expected. ” To put it in a nutshell, thanks to this obscure little engineer, a salesman of cremation ovens who receives a percentage cut from sales he makes for Topf company, the highest-level officials of Nazi Germany (who?