94-Year-old German On Trial for Operating Clothes Disinfection Chamber at Stutthoff Camp

A 94-year-old German, identified as Johann R., a retired landscape architect from North Rhine-Westphalia, has been put on trial for “war crimes” at the Stutthof concentration camp during World War II—including “gassings” in a “gas chamber” which is obviously a clothing disinfection unit, according to a famous Holocaust scholar.

Writing on his personal blog, Peter Winter, author of the best-selling The Six Million: Fact or Fiction?, said that a report in the Deutsche Welle—a German government controlled news service—announced that a “former SS guard at a concentration camp, charged with aiding and abetting hundreds of murders, is standing trial in Münster’s district court.”

The DW report goes on to state that the Stutthof camp is “less well known” than Auschwitz or the other camps, but doesn’t say why, Winter said, before continuing as follows:

“According to the indictment, the guard is accused of aiding and abetting hundreds of murders. In June 1944, SS members murdered more than 100 Polish prisoners in the Stutthof gas chamber using the poison gas Zyklon B, while at least 77 wounded Soviet prisoners of war were killed a short time later using the same method,” the DW report says.

“As part of the so-called ‘Final Solution of the Jewish Question,’ SS members killed an unknown number of Jewish prisoners — probably several hundred — from August to the end of 1944, both in the gas chamber and in the wagons of the narrow-gauge railroad that led into the camp,” reads the indictment.

The problem with the indictment is, as pointed out by David Cole, a Jewish holocaust revisionist most famous for being the first to get the camp administration in Auschwitz to admit that the “gas chamber” on display at that camp was built after the war, the Stutthof “gas chamber” is not actually a gas chamber but actually a clothing disinfection station.

Cole wrote:

“The interior of the delousing chamber shows to this day the evidence of its use as that: its walls are marked inside and out with the blue staining that comes from repeated Zyklon B usage.

“The delousing chamber as a stove outside the front door—to heat the chamber before the clothes were put in with the Zyklon-B pellets—and inside the chamber there is a clay heating conduit which runs the length of one wall.  The Zyklon pellets would be placed on the heating conduit, and the stove would be fired up. The conduit would become hot, and the granules would release their gas. The two doors would then be opened for natural ventilation.

“This is an ‘old style’ Zyklon B delousing chamber, built before the more modern chambers, like the ones at Dachau, were designed (the newer, more energy efficient chambers came equipped with Zyklon evaporators, which would heat the granules on a kind of hot plate, and blow the gas onto the clothes, mattresses. This was more energy efficient because it was a waste of fuel to heat an entire when it was only the Zyklon granules that needed to be warmed up. These Zyklon evaporators remain at Dachau today, in the delousing chambers of “Barrack X.”).

“The ‘evidence’ of homicidal usage of the Stutthof gas chamber is a ‘Zyklon B induction hole’ in the roof. We are told that the Zyklon would be poured in through this hole on the heads of the unsuspecting victims. The roof of this chamber is accessible only via ladder.”

Cole goes on to point to say  that the Stutthof Museum personnel say that this was first and foremost a delousing chamber, used as such for years, only later “converted” into a homicidal one.

“Now, let’s ask some questions,” Cole continued:

“1) The Stutthof “gas chamber” has a large floor drain right in the middle of the room, directly below the ‘Zyklon B induction hole.’ Any granules dropped through this hole would automatically go right down the drain. What’s more, the floor of this room is depressed in the middle, where the drain is, so that any water or, in this case, Zyklon granules, would automatically roll into the drain.

“What would stop the Zyklon granules from going down the drain, since they were being poured into the room directly over this drain? And, if a few granules missed the drain, wouldn’t they simply roll, or couldn’t the inmates brush them, down the drain?

“2) The roof of this room is low enough so that a tall person could reach up and block the ‘Zyklon B induction hole.’ However, the thoughtful Nazis, by installing the heating conduit that runs the length of on wall, have made it possible for anyone, of whatever height, to stand on this conduit and block the hole.

“What would stop the inmates from blocking the ‘Zyklon B induction hole,’ especially since they would be expecting foul play (this room was the official Stutthof delousing chamber, known as such by all the inmates. No Stutthof inmate would expect to be given a ‘shower’ in this room, and indeed the Stutthof Museum makes no claims about such a deception (neither do the eyewitnesses)?

“3) Why was this building—a clear ‘proof’ of Nazi crimes, what with its “Zyklon B induction hole,”— not destroyed as the Nazis evacuated the camp? Amazingly, the crematorium right next door was blown up, and, in fact, one side of the gas chamber building was actually hit by shrapnel from the exploding crematorium.





“Why would the Nazis blow up the crematorium, yet leave the ‘homicidal’ gas chamber standing?

“4) Since personal testimony is all we have to go on regarding the homicidal usage of this chamber, and since much of this testimony also mentions the ‘human soap’—which has long been officially debunked— what evidence do we have that the testimony about the Stutthof homicidal gas chamber is any more reliable than the testimony about the human soap?”

* The “human soap” story—which is also associated with the Stutthof camp, has of course been debunked as a lie by the official holocaust historians themselves.

This “soap from Jews” myth is openly acknowledged as such by all Jewish sources as well, for example, the Jewish Virtual Library (run by the American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise), has been forced to engage in “damage control” on the matter to try and limit what it calls giving “ the Holocaust deniers any opportunity.”

The Jewish Virtual Library’s admission that the “soap from Jews story, which is centered on the Danzig / Stutthof camp, is false. “We don’t have any evidence that the Nazis actually manufactured soap with human bodies. . . it was a cruel rumor…”

One German from Danzig, Dr. Rudolf Spanner, was even prosecuted after the war for making this “Jewish fat soap.” Fortunately for him, the charge was quietly dropped, after much publicity so that the story became firmly embedded in the public mind.

After the soap story was abandoned, the same “witnesses” who spoke of the “gas chamber” at Stutthof were also quietly dropped, and for many years Stutthof was ignored as an “extermination center” completely.

The front of the Stutthof delousing chamber, as can be seen today. Note the heating oven next to the door. This provided heat to a shelf on the inside of the delousing chamber to activate the Zyklon-B pellets which were laid down on the shelf.“

The interior of the Stutthoff delousing chamber, as can be seen today. The heated shelf upon which the Zyklon-B crystals would have been spread is clearly visible.

Significantly, the accused, when interrogated by police in August 2017, insisted he knew nothing about the alleged atrocities in the camp, Die Welt reported.

Asked why the camp detainees were so thin, the defendant reportedly said food was so scarce for everyone that two soldiers could fit into a uniform.

The defendant will make a statement during the course of the trial, his lawyer told national news agency DPA.

The Stutthof myth makes up Appendix 4 of the best-selling book The Myth of the Six Million: Fact or Fiction, which has banned by Amazon but is available free here.


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