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[PDF 2005] Auschwitz: Auschwitz: Plain Facts Plain Facts Response to Jean-Claude Pressac With Contributions by Robert Faurisson, Carlo Mattogno, Germar Rudolf, and Serge Thion
 Ten Years Ago, Jean-Claude Pressac's Capitulation by Robert Faurisson
 Robert Faurisson Interview by Phil Sanchez
The Unreliability of Documents used by Jean-Claude Pressac by C. W. Porter
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Graphic of Document BW/30/42
Graphics of "Vergasungskeller" Document
"La Poca Fiabilidad de los Documents Citados por Jean-Claude Pressac, "Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers" por CW. Porter
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Books by Pressac
 The Crematories of Auschwitz
[1994 Review] Jean-Claude Pressac's New Auschwitz Book by Robert Faurisson (The Crematories of Auschwitz)
 Auschwitz. Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers
[Reviewed by Mark Weber] Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers
 AUSCHWITZ: TECHNIQUE & OPERATION OF THE GAS CHAMBERS According to J.-C. Pressac (1989) by ROBERT FAURISSON
Ken Wilson, a specialist in aerial photographs, had shown that the homicidal "gas chambers" of Auschwitz and Birkenau did not have gas evacuation chimneys, which would have been indispensable. He also showed that I had been right in accusing Serge Klarsfeld and Jean-Claude Pressac of falsifying the map of Birkenau in the Auschwitz Album (Seuil Publishers, 1983, p. 42). Those authors, in order to make the reader believe that groups of Jewish women and children surprised by the photographer between crematories II and III could not go any farther and were thus going to end up in the "gas chambers" and those crematories, had simply eliminated from the map the path which. in reality led up to the "Zentralsauna," a large shower facility (located beyond the zone of the crematories), where those women and children were actually going. The Zündel Trials (1985 and 1988) by ROBERT FAURISSON
(36) Garment workshop at Auschwitz. Jean-Claude Pressac claims that these sewing machines were brought along with them by women deportees. The innumerable photographs of the deportation show not one single woman carrying a sewing machine on her back. Pressac’s interpretation is a perfect example of groundless and deliberate misinterpretation. http://www.cwporter.com/bild2.htm
(51) Hot air disinfestations chamber in the central sauna at Birkenau. The claim was later made that the peepholes were proof of the existence of an execution gas chamber. That this is not the case, was later admitted by J.C. Pressac. http://www.cwporter.com/bild2.htm
Several German documents mention the delivery of ‘gas-tight doors’ to the crematoria. Jean-Claude Pressac’s Auschwitz. Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers reproduces several of these documents.
Pressac believes that in so doing, he has provided proof for the criminal intent in the construction of the crematoria. In reality, however, these are quite ordinary doors or windows of finished wood, some of which may be seen in illustrations 88bis to 92. The only difference between these and a ‘non gas- tight’ door appears to be that a strip of felt has been nailed into the cracks of the ‘gas-tight’ doors.
The doors delivered to the Kremas were ‘gas-tight’, because, first of all, the temperature of a crematorium has to be kept down, secondly, to prevent the escape of odors and finally, because ventilation can only be effective if there are no counter-effective openings or poorly closed doors.
It should be obvious to anyone who has examined the doors of real execution gas chambers and delousing chambers, that these doors and windows could certainly never prevent the escape of a highly dangerous gas.
If the Germans had wished to use poison gas in these areas, they would have ordered and installed doors which were welded at the very least, such as those in the disinfestations chambers. http://www.cwporter.com/bild2.htm
(88, 89 and 92) The legendary doors and hatches of the ‘gas chambers’ in which thousands of people are supposed to have been killed on a daily basis.