It's time for a lot of people to get an education.
I can tell from the answers in here that a lot of people don't know squat about the Holocaust nor anything on the events surrounding the war. They have their favorite copy & paste answers that support their limited way of thinking. To expect them to actually look at opposing views is simply out of the question. These people already know everything they need to know and have no need for facts that get in the way.
The Holocaust and the facts surrounding it is a highly complicated issue with twists and turns that lead in all sorts of directions. It takes constant research to uncover the facts that paint a complete and accurate picture. This is why I have two folders crammed with resources and have started a third. It's also why my answers vary so much - it's not that I'm wrong. It's the fact that as new information is uncovered, it needs to be woven into the overall picture.
A simple "copy & paste" canned answer is a sign that the person doesn't do research. These people have no desire to expand their knowledge and therefore, provide unreliable conclusions.
It's past time for the Jews to admit their lies - but they never will. The lies are the only thing that give them substance. The lies are too embedded in the political arena and too many elected officials have become a part of their web of deceit.
As quoted by former Vice-President Joe Biden, "You don't have to be Jewish to be a Zionist". Here is a site that lists the corrupt Zionist in American politics: http://zoa.capwiz.com/zoa/directory/cong...
EDIT: In reply to: Armouror's "On October 9, 1981, both parties in the Mermelstein case filed motions for summary judgment in consideration of which Judge Thomas T. Johnson of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County took "judicial notice of the fact that Jews were gassed to death at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Poland during the summer of 1944, judicial notice meaning that the court treated the gas chambers as common knowledge, and therefore did not require evidence that the gas chambers existed."
This judgment should never have been rendered. It was based on "common knowledge" hearsay and the court admitted that it did not require evidence. It was obviously a biased judgment which proved nothing on the existence of gas chambers. Only a detailed forensic inspection can make such a determination - and the ones that were done proved that there were no gas chambers.