|Photo 11: |
[PMO Archives. file BlV
1041. page 42]
|Timesheet for the week 7th to 13th September 1942, covering the
start of work on the foundations for the live three-muffle furnaces
of Krematorium II. carried out by Martin Holick, an employee of
Messrs TOPF & SOHNE of Erfurt. He was helped by Willi Koch,
another Topf foreman, who later regulated the draught of the
furnaces in Krematorien IV and V. |
Topf & Sons built the
ten 3-muffle furnaces of Krematorien II and III and also the
two 8-muffle furnaces of Krematorien IV and V.
the timesheets filled in by the Topf fitter, Messing, as well as the
correspondence exchanged between Topf and the Bauleitung prove that.
contrary to what was thought after the war, Messrs Topf were
knowingly very much involved in preparing Krematorien II and III for
Archives. file BW 30/33, page 10]
Timesheet for 13th
April 1943 of Messrs TRITON of Kattowit , a firm specialized in the
drainage of buildings and which participated with Karl Falck in work
on Krematorium III tBW 30.1 from 2nd to 13th April 1943. Triton also
worked on the drains of Krematorium IV from 2nd to 9th June 1943.
The numbers employed were small, usually ten or less
Archives. file BW 30/34, page 10]
Timesheet of Messrs
JOSEF KLUGE of Alt-Gleiwite, who worked mainly on the construction
of Krematorien IV and V and were involved in Krematorium III only
from 17th to 24th April 1943, installing an "operating table", no
doubt in the dissecting room.