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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John Morris)
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 20:24:27 GMT
[Responding to Matt Giwer]
[Giwer] "Basically they are assuming that Topf and Sons, makers of crematoria, were also, without any prior experience designing buildings. They really confuse ovens with the buildings that house them. "
Your impenetrable ignorance is showing again.
The Krema II and III buildings were built by the Huta Company.
The Krema IV and V buildings were built by Riedel.
Topf built the furnaces and ventilation systems for Kremas II and III and contracted out part of the furnace fabrication for IV and V to Kluge.
Koehler erected the smokestacks.
Vedag waterproofed the gas chambers.
Three companies -- Kontinentale Wasserwerks-Gesellschaft, Falck, and Triton -- installed the drainage system.
Segnitz manufactured roofing materials which were installed by Industrie-Bau-A.G.
And AEG did the electrical work for the furnace fans and the ventilation systems.
The only fool assumptions are your assumptions; the only confusion is your confusion.
Read a book sometime and learn something.
[Giwer notes, with sarcasm, that the gas chambers worked the first time]
The *first* time? What a drip! If you're going to falsify history, at least learn what it is you intend to falsify.
The SS had some practise at this even before Auschwitz-Birkenau became an extermination camp. Like at Treblinka, Sobibor, Belzec and Kulmhof (Chelmno). Like at Block 11 Auschwitz main camp. Like in the Birkenau "bunkers."
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