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CLAIM: In order to incinerate the 600,000 remains in Belzec, 96,000 tons of wood would have been needed: where did it come from?
RESPONSE: The estimates of the amount of wood needed that are used by Holocaust deniers are grossly inflated, and the actual amount of wood needed for the incineration correlates to the amount of deforestation in and around the camp site.
Trial transcripts, expert witness documents and other material used in Irving vs. Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt have been encoded in XML using the TEI Guidelines, and made available for scholarly research and educational purposes.
- Collection: Learning Tools
- subset: Myth/Fact Sheets
- object: Mass Incineration
- Mattogno, Carlo.
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
- Concentration Camps - Poland
- Belzec (Concentration camp)
- Mattogno, Carlo
- Blatt, Thomas Toivi, 1927- From the ashes of Sobibor
Jen Keir encoder