American children begin their Holocaust education in the 5th grade. Typically, a Holocaust survivor comes into a 5th grade classroom and tells the gullible children a story about how he or she escaped the gas chamber at Auschwitz, or how they survived the gas chamber selections at Auschwitz, and then escaped the gas chamber at Bergen-Belsen the day before the camp was liberated.
What is needed is a picture book so that the children can visualize a gas chamber.
The 5th grade students should be told that men risked a long prison sentence to go inside the ruins of the gas chambers at Auschwitz-Birkenau to take samples from the walls and test these samples to show that there was no evidence that Zyklon-B had been used in these alleged gas chambers to kill millions of Jews.
After the children have been prepared, by looking at a picture book of the alleged Auschwitz gas chambers, they can then make up their minds about the truth of the stories told by the survivors. At least, the children should be prepared to ask intelligent questions of the survivors who claim that they escaped the Auschwitz gas chamber.
Fredrick Töben, a Holocaust revisionist, is shown in the photo above, as he climbs down into the alleged gas chamber in Krema II at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
You can read a typical story here of a Holocaust survivor, who survived, while millions of others were sent to the gas chambers at Auschwitz. She recently spoke to High School students in Wichita, Kansas who gave her a standing ovation, but apparently asked no questions. This quote is from her story:
One by one, and in groups, so many other children she knew in the Terezin [Theresienstadt] camp got sent off to the gas chambers, to places like Auschwitz.
Why didn’t one of the students ask her why the Nazis left witnesses behind at Theresienstadt, including young children who would live to be 82 years old, and tell the world about the Auschwitz gas chambers 68 years later?