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Extra info for Auschwitz: Plain Facts. A Response to Jean-Claude Pressac
Pressac swims in a sea of ambiguities. He does not positively state that he has found “proofs,” but rather traces, or clues, which are almost as good as proof. Journalists can’t afford to indulge in such subtlety, and Pressac makes no protest against their distortions. As in a child’s game, he seems to say: “I didn’t say it. ” The most basic principles of the history of ideas, as taught at Sorbonne University, have to be destroyed. Thus is the intellectual honor of the bedaristic followers. Serge Thion, History by Night or in Fog?
We know that Pressac is a poor writer, but just what is an “indirect witness”? And what does it mean to “exaggerate” a gassing? We need to decode here, I think. What Pressac means to say in this tortured sentence, I suppose, is more or less this: sure, there has been a lot of talk about gassings in crematory building (Krema) I, in the Auschwitz I (main) camp. Genocidal gassings are supposed to have begun there. However, because the revisionists have pointed out so many inconsistencies, Pressac (“it is estimated”) has chosen to give ground (“they have been exaggerated”), attempting to explain inconsistencies by claiming that witnesses were “impressed,” even if they were not actually present, but who nonetheless are regarded as “indirect” witnesses.
In the largest Auschwitz crematory facility, Krema II (at Birkenau), with its 15 ovens, one might envision tripling or even quadrupling the rate. In that case a peak figure of 300 bodies per day could be attained (but at the risk of wearing out everything very quickly). Pressac carefully avoids venturing into this technical area. Elsewhere, he says that the “ideal” figures provided by the SS to Berlin are propaganda lies, but that they are nevertheless to be trusted (p. 80). 5 In the light of those figures, it is all the more difficult to believe that two or three kilograms of coal would have been enough to burn a single corpse.
Auschwitz: Plain Facts. A Response to Jean-Claude Pressac by Germar Rudolf (ed.)