Holocaust documentation verses Katyn Massacare

Holocaust documentation verses Katyn Massacare
by Joe Rizoli
In discussing the holocaust I always bring up Auschwitz and have
repeatedly ask the question to those who support the holocaust narrative and it is this:

Show me just ONE person who through forensics and science that was gassed
at Auschwitz?

I have NEVER got an answer. To Christians and Jews, NO ANSWER….The point?
Why wasn’t/isn’t this done for people claiming being gassed at Auschwitz?
It is all hearsay rumor.

Thus leading to this conclusion said by a Jew even:

“most of the memoirs and reports of Holocaust survivors are full of
preposterous verbosity, graphomanic exaggeration, dramatic effects,
overestimated self-inflation, dilettante philosophizing, would-be lyricism, unchecked
rumors, bias, partisan attacks…”
–Samuel Gringauz, “Jewish Social Studies” (New York), January 1950,
Vol. 12, p. 65

This is why this Katyn incident is so important. The amount of forensics
and science involved to solve this case was a historic first, but it was
done and the years of blaming the Germans was finally settled, NOT GUILTY…..


“In November 2010 the _State Duma_
(https://www.britannica.com​/topic​/Duma​-Russian​-assembly) (the lower house of the Russian Federal Assembly)
officially declared that _Joseph Stalin_
(https://www.britannica.com​/biography​/Joseph​-Stalin) and other Soviet leaders were responsible for ordering the
execution of the Polish officers at Katyn.”

Holocaust documentation verses Katyn Massacre

On Katyn documentation: The first person I know of to make the point Berg
is making in these emails, is Carlo Mattogno, in 2004, in his book Belzec,
page 77:

“When the Germans discovered the graves of the victims of the Soviet NKVD
at Katyn and Vinnytsya, they did not simply drill holes in the ground with
manual drill – they opened the graves, exhumed the corpses, did autopsies,
and tried to identify them.”

On April 13, 1943, on the basis of information from the local population,
the Germans discovered seven graves containing a total of 4,143 corpses of
Polish soldiers in the forest of Katyn. Between April and June, the bodies
were examined by a commission consisting of physicians from twelve European
countries, by a commission of the Polish Red Cross, and by U.S., British,
and Canadian officers who were prisoners of war.

The Germans then published an official report with the forensic medical
findings of the investigation,
containing 80 photographs and the names of the victims identified. (234)

The Vinnytsya massacres were discovered by the Germans in the beginning
of June 1943. Ninety-seven mass graves were found in three different
containing the bodies of 9,432 Ukrainians murdered by the Soviets.
Between June 24 and August 25 no fewer than 14 commissions, 6 of them
composed of foreigners, visited the mass graves. Again, the Germans
the results of their findings in a substantial publication: 282 pages with
151 photographs, with forensic medical reports, and victims’ names.(235)