By Professor Robert Faurisson – He passes for a renowned witness, par excellence, of Auschwitz. However, in his account of that camp he never mentions gas chambers but claims that the Germans exterminated their victims in open-air blazes.
In that account he also reminds us that in January 1945, with the Soviet troops approaching, the Germans decided to leave, giving the internees the choice of either staying there or heading for the interior of Germany with their German guards. After careful consideration, Wiesel father and Wiesel son decided, voting with their feet, to leave with their guards and mass-killers rather than wait for their Soviet liberators.
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