Wednesday, January 18, 2012

A forensic archaeologist's investigation of Treblinka ...

... made "Revisionist" propagandist Thomas Kues nervous when first mentioned.

And his worries are likely to increase, given that Caroline Sturdy Colls has reported some interesting finds at Treblinka. In a recent article in the Irish Independent, the forensic archaeologist is quoted as follows:

"I've identified a number of buried pits using geophysical techniques. These are considerable in size, and very deep, one in particular is 26 by 17 metres."

I hope Mr. Richard Craigie (or Krege) is also reading this.

And I look forward to learning more about Caroline Sturdy Colls' finds at Treblinka.

These news come shortly after publication of HC's critique of Mattogno, Graf and Kues. The year 2012 hasn't started too well for "Revisionism"

1 comment:

  1. Hello to you
    ""The year 2012 hasn't started too well for "Revisionism""
    Well , i'm right with , but at the end , is there only one year wich has started well for revisionism ? Not at all , be sure of it.
    Thanks for your site , Ch


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