Leon Feldhendler

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Leon Feldhendler (1910 - 1945) was a Jewish prisoner at Sobibor, an alleged Sonderkommando member, and a "witness" for the politically correct view on the Holocaust. He has been stated to have organized an escape from the camp in 1943. Feldhendler hid in Lublin until the end of German occupation in 1944.

Allegedly, according to Communist claims, he was killed in 1945 in Communist controlled Poland, by right-wing Polish nationalists. However, more recent inquiries, citing the incomplete treatment of the event by earlier historians, and the scant documentary record, have called into question this version of events. Another version is that he was killed in an armed robbery, related to his possession of gold stolen from other Jews at Sobibor.

Leon Feldhendler declared that chlorine was a “death-gas” used at Sobibor. This allegation is rarely mentioned today, as being inconsistent with politically correct history. More frequently mentioned is a claim that the bone remains resulting from the alleged outdoor cremations were crushed by hammers.

A Holocaust revisionist criticisms is regarding "the enormous problems associated with crushing the charred teeth and bones of hundreds of thousands of victims into ash with hammers. There were the charred bones and teeth of 200,000 to 250,000 victims. Imagine how long it would take the small number of Sobibor inmates who allegedly worked in the “gas chamber area” to manually crush into ash with hammers the millions of bones and teeth from these hundreds of thousands of victims!

Holocaust researcher Thomas Dalton discussed the enormous problems in regard to the unburned bones and teeth of the corpses. The ash from the burnt corpses would have to be sifted every day for bones and teeth. Imagine how long it would take to find and smash millions of bones and teeth with hammers!'"[1]

See also Alleged German conspiracy to hide the Holocaust.

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References

  1. The “Nazi Extermination Camp” of Sobibor in the Context of the Demjanjuk Case http://codoh.com/library/document/1908/
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