The photo above shows a peephole on the outside of a door into the alleged gas chamber in the Auschwitz main camp. This photo is shown at the top of a news article, which you can read in full at http://www.cbc.ca/news/arts/evidence-room-holocaust-auschwitz-1.3455784
Why am I writing “alleged,” you ask? I don’t believe that the Nazis gassed Jews in Auschwitz, nor in any other location.
I have personally seen the door in the photo above. On my second trip to Auschwitz in 2005, tourists were being taken through this door into the alleged gas chamber. On my first trip to Auschwitz in 1998, I was told that the Jews entered through a door on the other side of the alleged gas chamber building.
The peephole, that is shown on the first photo on my blog post, is on the other side of the door shown above. Unfortunately, I did not know that the peephole in this door was so important, so I didn’t take a photo of it from the other side.
The Jews are now asking us to believe that Jewish prisoners were ushered into the Auschwitz gas chamber through the oven room where the bodies of the Jews were being burned in huge ovens. I think that this would have caused panic and pandemonium. I don’t believe that the Jews were taken into this building at all. The incoming Jews were taken into a shower room where they took a shower to get rid of any lice that they might have had. Lice spreads typhus, which was the real danger in the concentration camps.
When I took these photos in 2005, this door was being kept open, and I did not see the outside of the door. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a photo of the front of the famous peephole.
This information, about how the Jews entered the gas chamber in the main Auschwitz camp through the oven room, comes from a book written by Filip Müller, who was a Sonderkommando Jew at Auschwitz. He wrote a book, published in 1979, entitled Eyewitness Auschwitz, Three Years in the Gas Chambers. In his book, Filip famously wrote about how he ate cheese from the suitcase of one of the prisoners who had been gassed in the main Auschwitz camp.
Filip Müller testified at the Auschwitz trial conducted by the German government at Frankfurt in 1964. A few years later, he wrote his famous book about his 3 years in the gas chambers.
The door, shown in the photo at the top of my blog post, was described by Müller in his book. He wrote that, after the victims were herded through this door, “two SS men slammed shut the heavy iron-studded door which was fitted with a rubber seal and bolted it.”
In his book, Müller described how Max Graebner, the head of the Political Department at Auschwitz, a branch office of the Gestapo, which was located next door to the gas chamber building, stood on the flat roof of the building and addressed the victims who had to assemble outside in the yard in front of the door shown at the top of my blog post. Grebner would tell the Jews that they had been brought to Auschwitz to work, but first they had to remove their clothing and then enter the building to take a shower, after which they would be given hot soup.
Allegedly, the Jews entered the oven room, believing that it was a shower room. If you believe this, I can’t help you. You are too far gone to be educated about the truth.