1. Red Cross Records
Posted on February 26, 2021
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1. International Committee of the Red Cross Records:
The International Red Cross was stationed in ALL German labour, internment, concentration and prison camps throughout World War Two.
The Red Cross were never given access to any Russian camps before, during or after World War Two.
At his trials in Canada, during the 1980s and 1990s, Professor Ernst Zundel finally got the Red Cross to release their records from the German camps despite strong Israeli objections. The Red Cross records seem to suggest that there were no gas chambers, and a total of 271,301 died during World War Two in these camps, mostly from typhus.
In a letter to the US State Department dated November 22nd 1944 The Red Cross, who were stationed in all the camps, stated :
“We have not been able to discover any trace of installations for exterminating civilian prisoners.”
Oikophobia asked this question:
@davidnicholson @FrancisMeyrick is the Red Cross an unbiased source? tbf, some people claim that The Red Cross can’t count.
“Report of the International Committee of the Red Cross on its activities during the second world war (September 1, 1939 – June 30, 1947), Volumes 1 – 3 (complete)”
That report covers 323 pages.
Last edited by Francis Meyrick on March 29, 2021, 8:08 pm