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The Leuchter Report
There are few times in history when one document has the potential to shatter such a major historical myth and legend as that of the Jewish "Holocaust," the claim that the Germans gassed millions of Jews to death in concentration camps in Poland during the Second World War. The Leuchter Report is one of those rare and most precious documents. It was the first forensic examination of Auschwitz.
The "Holocaust" is often characterized as the greatest crime in the history of mankind. Yet for 44 years not a single forensic investigation into this alleged crime was ever undertaken. This changed in 1988, when Fred A. Leuchter, the American expert for execution technologies, was asked by German-Canadian Ernst Zündel to go to Poland and investigate the facilities in the Auschwitz, Birkenau, and Majdanek camps, which are claimed to have served as chemical slaughterhouses for hundreds of thousands of victims—also called "gas chambers." Leuchter changed the course of history when he concluded in his report that the locations investigated could not have then been, or now, be utilized or seriously considered to function as execution gas chambers.
This is the original version of the report—with all its flaws and errors—with a preface by famous British historian David Irving.
For a newer, critically commented version search for "Leuchter Report".
paperback, 228 pgs.
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