Stutthof camp

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The Stutthof camp was according to the politically correct view on the Holocaust and the Holocaust camps a "makeshift" extermination camp.

The revisionist book Concentration Camp Stutthof: Its History and Function in National Socialist Jewish Policy by Jürgen Graf and Carlo Mattogno states in its conclusion that:

"The orthodox history of events at Stutthof concentration camp is a crass demonstration of the fact that the victors’ official version of history has reached a dead end.

In 1947, the Communist “Commission for the Investigation of the German Crimes in Poland” alleged that Stutthof had been used as a “makeshift” extermination camp. The number of victims was summarily established at 65,000, and it was alleged that many inmates had been murdered in the Stutthof delousing chamber.

This official version of the camp history was not even revised after the end of Communist domination in Poland; this is in contrast to Auschwitz and Majdanek, where the number of victims – although incomparably more grossly exaggerated than was the case at Stutthof – was at least massively reduced.

Western historians have never made any attempt to obtain knowledge about Stutthof through their own efforts; insofar as they have expressed any views on the subject at all, they have been content to parrot the official Polish version.

Today, more than half a century after the end of WWII, it is high time to approach the topic in a correct manner, and revise the distorted propaganda image of the camp. To do so does in no way trivialize the actual sufferings of Stutthof inmates; our research in no way denigrates the memory of the 26,000 human beings who actually died in the camp, or of the victims of the evacuation. Quite the contrary. Orthodox historiography of National Socialist concentration camps contains endless discussion of imaginary victims, but very little discussion of the real victims of these camps; yet only the latter are worthy of our sympathy."[1]

Stutthof is also notorious for sometimes still repeated claims of an experimental/small-scale human soap production at or near the camp. See the article on this subject.

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  1. Jürgen Graf, Carlo Mattogno: Concentration Camp Stutthof—and its Function in National Socialist Jewish Policy. >http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php?page_id=4