According to popular accounts, Auschwitz: Technique and operation of the gas chambers, by Jean-Claude Pressac (New York: Beate Klarsfeld Foundation;. We are extremely grateful to The Beate Klarsfeld Foundation for permission to present Jean-Claude Pressac’s extraordinary book AUSCHWITZ: Technique and . Les crématoires d’Auschwitz: la machinerie du meurtre de masse by Jean- Claude Pressac(Book) 17 editions published between and in French .
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In Auschwitz it was used extensively in the disinfestation of all infected premises, especially to combat typhus.
Jean-Claude Pressac. Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers.
For all his new and improved sources, Pressac remains astoundingly imprecise. Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers was totally useless as a weapon against revisionism.
Pressac contends jexn HCN gas detectors are of no use in a crematory except, if, in this case, it was used as an execution gas chamber. The engineer who signed the letter says that they have tried in vain to get from five different firms the ten required gas detectors and that, if they ever do, they will tell the construction office. Any attempt to prove it scientifically must end in catastrophe for true believers. Faurisson was forced to stake everything on it.
It is about hydrocyanic acid HCN gas detectors in one of the crematoria. No revisionist could have expressed it better! I was to redouble my efforts studying the documents concerning the construction of the Jeam in the hope of finding evidence that homicidal gas chambers had never been installed in these buildings.
Faurisson hit the bull’s-eye when he called the book a “stroke of good fortune for the revisionists and a catastrophe clauee the exterminationists.
The Holocaust according to Jean-Claude Pressac
Das Ende einer Legende”, in: His recently published book, “The Auschwitz Crematoria: Unfortunately he promptly forgot his promise. Eyewitnesses had stated that Treblinka contained a furnace room with water boiler to produce steam in addition to the ‘suffocating chambers.
The New York Times. Pressac variously refers to publications using different formats. La machinerie du meurtre de masse “The Crematoria of Auschwitz: We have tried to standardize the references by using the MLA Style handbook. His willingness to engage revisionists in open debate distinguished him from orthodox jwan historians such as Raul Hilberg, Leon Poliakov or Lucy Dawidowicz, who categorically refused to consider scientific objections to the official version of ‘Holocaust.
In the following essay, Pressa.
Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambershowever, he neglected to take logical consequences into consideration. View online Borrow Buy. In Washington, DC, the “Holocaust” memorial museum shows visitors the door of something that Pressac himself describes in his book pp.
The Crematories of Auschwitz (Review)
In his introduction, Pressac promises us that this time, he will not rely solely on eyewitness reports to prove that mass murders took place, since these are “always unreliable.
It is equally obvious that orders for mass murder would have been required before the facilities began committing such atrocities. Skip to content Skip to search. Altogether this SS man had to climb up and down the ladder a total of 18 times. We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. Does Pressac show us photos or drawings of the murder factories?
This copyrighted material is presented exclusively for use by our readers to assist in their research. Of all the champions of tales of Jewish exterminations and homicidal gas chambers, Pressac, together with the long dead Jewish-English historian Gerald Reitlinger, was the only one whom I could regard with any degree of respect. This consisted of a letter dated 2 March from the Topf company, addressed to the Central Building Administration at Auschwitz. Then he would climb up the ladder again.
The Journal of Historical Review11 1p. Pressac then goes on to commit particularly grave scientific sins with statements concerning the capacities of the crematories, which he grossly overstates for reasons that are all too clear.
Archived from the original on 6 October Is it possible that Pressac did not notice the obvious impossibilities that he was perpetuating?