suicides, nor among those who are not yet captives,
nor among the emigrants, nor in the ghettos, nor in the concentration camps,
nor in the work camps, nor in the prisons; and one then wonders where they
could have been evacuated. Where were they hidden so that they could nowhere be
found? The question is logical. Moreover, the Neo-Nazis affirm that the
"evacuation" or the "Sonderbehandlung" meant nothing distressing, as the Jewish
calumniators claim. So a second question: why are the "evacuations" designated
by Korherr, with Himmler's approval, as the principal cause of the "rapid
decrease of the Jewish masses?" |
As long as the Rassinier of all kinds
give no clear answer to these two legitimate questions, any man of common sense
and sincerity will remain convinced that they were "evacuated" to extermination
places such at Auschwitz, Treblinka, Sobibor, Chelmno, etc... where they were
killed and their bodies destroyed.
9. Number of Dead and Survivors
This sinister fate is evident in the case of the 1,842,061
"missing" in Russia, to whom are related the 83,889 of the "excess of
mortality" and the 27,347 "dead in the concentration camps" recorded by
Korrherr; in all, 1,953,297 deaths.
It thus remains to detremine [sic]
the destiny of still 3,043,468 persons: the "evacuees" (2,550,193 according to
the completed Korherr Report and not including Russia), the captives of the
ghettos (297,914), those detained in the work camps (185,776), in the
concentration camps (9,127) and in the prisons (458).
We shall begin
with the category which is the most important numerically, that of the
"evacuee," according to the terminology imposed on Korherr by Himmler, and
which, as we know, means the "Sonderbehandlung."
It is a question of
persons arrested in different countries and transported towards the
extermination camps in Poland. It is necessary to distinguish two categories
among these camps:
a) those where a part of the "evacuees" is
immediately assassinated in the gas chambers, at the very arrival of the train,
without being registered, and the other part admitted inside the camp to work
in the factories, the mines, the work-shops, etc... and which is enrolled. Such
are the camps of Auschwitz and of Majdanek;
b) the extermination camps
properly speaking where only a very small proportion of the "evacuees" are kept
alive, just what is necessary to assure the functioning of the camp itself and
where the overwhelming majority of the "evacuees" are led directly to the gas
chambers. Such are the camps of Belzec, Chelmno, Sobibor, Treblinka.
Thus the essential difference between these two categories of camps
lies in the fact that the "selection at the arrival of the convoy" leaves a
certain number of "workers" alive in the first type; whereas in the second this
number is minimal, if not negligible.