Mass graves
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[They dug up the graves at Katyn so it is revealing there has been no digging at any of the 'death camps.']

Richard Krege Report (ground radar at Treblinka)
11: Treblinka Burial SpaceWe use 3-D modeling to show that the burial space at Treblinka is too small. Way too small. The storytellers figured a few large pits would suffice for 700,000 bodies.
12: Belzec Burial SpaceIt's too small also, and we use the Rose Bowl Stadium during the Rose Bowl Game to show that. Watch episode 11 first or this chapter won't make sense.
13: Sobibor Burial SpaceLet's put it this way, you can't bury the equivalent to the stadium spectators of the Rose Bowl Game in two pits not much bigger than the chicken coop, and then sentence someone to life imprisonment based on "the evidence." Something just isn't right.
18: Physical Evidence part 1Why we know more about a tsunami that hit in the year 1700 than what's underground at Treblinka. We also look at some excerpts from the movie "Mr. Death."

In 1966 the Auschwitz State Museum commissioned the Polish company Hydrokop to drill into the soil of the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp and to analyze the samples. It is not known whether this research was done in the context of the Frankfurt Auschwitz trial. The results, however, vanished into the museum's archives: they have never been released, which by itself is revealing enough. Years later, however, several pages from this report were photocopied and sent to the German revisionist publisher Udo Walendy, who published them with commentary in an issue of his periodical. Traces of bones and hair allegedly found at several places might indicate mass graves. The few pages published by Walendy, however, do not reveal whether these findings led to an excavation or a subsequent forensic study of the traces. It is not even evident whether the bone and hair samples collected are human or animal remains. [2001] A Brief History of Forensic Examinations of Auschwitz by Germar Rudolf