Friday, November 27, 2009

That plume was actually even larger

New RAF photos of Birkenau are now available at

That famous 23.08.44 photo released several years ago is actually just one of many frames depicting open-air incineration in Birkenau on that day, and the plume of smoke is actually much larger than the part depicted on the frame released back then. Go to and


  1. Interesting. Why do you think that two days after these photographs were taken, no such smoke can be seen?

  2. Because at that specific moment it was not burning. Logical enough? :)

    The aerial photos have been examined during the RODOH debate. And specifically the American Aug.25 photos have been addressed. See

    The same explanation applies to the British photo made on the same day.


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