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The Importance of Arolsen by Thomas Kues

    The International Tracing Service included among those "persecuted" by the Nazis even indisputably criminal prisoners in the concentration camps. He relied on the information supplied by a Communist organization, the "Auschwitz State Museum." Beginning in 1978, in order to prevent all Revisionist research, the International Tracing Service closed its doors to historians and researchers, except for those bearing a special authorization from one of the ten governments (including that of Israel) which oversee the activity of the International Tracing Service. Henceforth the Tracing Service was forbidden to calculate and publish, as it had done until then, statistical evaluations of the number of dead in the various camps. The annual activity reports could no longer be made available to the public, except for their first third, which had been of no interest to researchers. The Zündel Trials (1985 and 1988) by ROBERT FAURISSON

    Biedermann confirmed a news story that had filtered out in 1964 at the Frankfurt trial: at the time of liberation of Auschwitz, the Soviets and the Poles had discovered the death register of that complex of 39 camps and sub-camps. The register consisted of 38 or 39 volumes. The Soviets keep 36 or 37 of those volumes in Moscow while the Poles keep two or three other volumes at the "Auschwitz State Museum," a copy of which they have furnished to the International Tracing Service in Arolsen. But neither the Soviets nor the Poles nor the International Tracing Service authorize research in these volumes. Biedermann did not even want to reveal the number of dead counted in the two or three volumes of which the ITS has a copy. It is clear that, if the content of the death register of Auschwitz were made public, it would be the end of the myth of the millions of deaths in the camp. The Zündel Trials (1985 and 1988) by ROBERT FAURISSON

About a year and a half ago, in Smith's Report #140, Professor Arthur R. Butz published a short piece on the partial and severely restricted “opening” of the International Tracing Service archives in Bad Arolsen, Germany, which contains millions of Third Reich dossiers on concentration camp prisoners and others, captured by the Allies at the end of the war. Butz noted that the archive had actually been available for research until 1977, when it was suddenly was closed to the public. ....the archives are available only to certain accredited researchers. ....Other documentation, captured by the Red Army 1944-45, is likely to be hidden away inside archives of the former Soviet Union.
....However, if it could be shown through archival research that a majority, or at least a large number of these Dutch or French Jews had turned up at some other location after their deportation to Sobibór, this would effectively refute the officially sanctioned extermination camp hypothesis, since there is no reason to believe that these Western Jews in the end were treated any differently from the Polish Jews who made up the bulk of deportees to the Reinhardt camps, and since no witness has claimed that large-scale selections were carried out in these camps. The verdict of the 1966 Sobibór trial would collapse in an instant, and the entire official historiography on the Reinhardt camps would get dragged down with it.  The possibility of said thing happening may naturally be taken as a reliable indication that the Arolsen archives will remain closed to prying eyes.  The Importance of Arolsen by Thomas Kues

All photographs of heaps of corpses were taken in Western camps around the end of the war, such as Dachau, Bergen-Belsen, and Buchenwald, where historians now agree no mass murders took place. Significantly, there are no such photographs taken at the camps in which mass murder is alleged to have occurred (Auschwitz, Treblinka, Belzec, Sobibor, Chelmno, Majdanek.) These eastern camps were all in areas which came under Soviet control at war's end. It is very telling that the Soviets released no pictures of mass graves or heaps of corpses and allowed no journalists, medical professionals, or other experts to examine the camps. Since the end of the 1980s.  FAQ about Revisionism by Germar Rudolf

Felderer discovered two delousing buildings in Birkenau, which he testified, were probably kept secret and off-limits to the public because they explained the so called "selection" procedure at the ramp by Dr. Mengele and other camp doctors. Males were sent to delouse in a separate building from the women and children. (19-4378 to 4381) The selection procedure also involved a visual determination of the health of incoming prisoners.)  [Ditlieb Felderer] The 'False News' Trial of Ernst Zündel -- 1988 

 Krema IV was allegedly destroyed during a mutiny of prisoners on October 7, 1944. (19-4447) As with many other things concerning the camp, the Auschwitz officials were not forthcoming with information concerning these buildings. (19-4446) [Ditlieb Felderer] The 'False News' Trial of Ernst Zündel -- 1988