http://www.whale.to/b/treblinka_h.html

Richard Krege, 30, of Canberra, said data collected during a week at Treblinka. using ground penetrating radar, found no soil disturbance consistent with 870,000 Jews having been buried there.

‘Historians say that the bodies were exhumed and cremated towards the end of the Treblinka camp’s use in 1943. but we found no indication that any mass graves ever existed,” he said.

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  1. Wikipedia states the following about what happened at Treblinka after the war;-

    ” The new Soviet-installed [Polish}government did not preserve evidence of the camp. The scene was not legally protected at the conclusion of World War II. ”

    Now, to my way of thinking, this is compelling evidence that the Polish authorities knew perfectly well that Treblinka was not a death camp, with no human remains to be found there, and thus they didn’t bother to protect the site either physically or legally.

    Wikipedia goes on to claim that;-

    ” In September 1947, 30 students from the local school, led by their teacher Feliks Szturo and priest Józef Ruciński, collected larger bones and skull fragments into farmers’ wicker baskets and buried them in a single mound. ”

    I think this is just a fairy story for sentimental folk. If there were human remains to be collected, then it would done by official, adult teams – and not by school children led by an unqualified teacher and priest. And of course, the big question is;- where is this mound of human remains today? Because it doesn’t exist anywhere on the site of Treblinka II.

    So is this another example of mysteriously vanishing Jewish bodies.

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