Cobden John - Lessons from Dachau


Author : Cobden John
Title : Lessons from Dachau
Year : 1990

Link download : Cobden_John_-_Lessons_from_Dachau.zip

Sometimes important "revisionist" works are produced, not by the Revisionists, but by believers in Exterminationist theory. A case in point is Arno Mayer's Why Did the Heavens Not Darken?, which downplays Auschwitz as a center of gassings and admits that most deaths in the camps, including the so-called "death camps," were the result of "natural" causes and not from gassings or executions. Another book that, remarkably, helps the Revisionist case is Paul Berben's Dachau: 1933-45, The Official History. Dachau begins by positing that Dachau was an "extermination camp," then implicitly demolishes its own thesis. Berben's Dachau was first published in 1968 in Belgium, then republished by the Norfolk Press in 1975 "on behalf and under the auspices of the Comite International de Dachau." The C.I.D. "represents the tens of thousands of deportees who were exterminated in the death camp and also those who survived." (p. xiv) It is incontestably an official history: the 1975 edition, which is reviewed in this article, contains the statement that it was "published for sale only at the Dachau Camp Memorial Site." ...

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