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CLAIM: The murder of 1.8 million people in Operation Reinhard would have resulted in 55 million teeth at the grave sites, and yet no teeth have been found.
RESPONSE: Forensic dentists have found that after short periods of time in fires that are hot enough to incinerate bodies (between 1400 to 2100 degrees Fahrenheit), teeth are mostly destroyed or rendered weak enough to be easily broken down, which would have happened in the bone crushing procedure that followed the incineration fires.
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- Collection: Learning Tools
- subset: Myth/Fact Sheets
- object: Mass Incineration
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
- Concentration Camps - Poland
- Treblinka (Concentration camp)
- Sorbibor (Concentration camp)
- Belzec (Concentration camp)
- Forensic Dentistry
- Kola, Andrzej. BeÅ�zÌ�ec, the Nazi camp for Jews in the light of archeological sources
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