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From Mon Jun 17 17:23:53 PDT 1996
Article: 44089 of alt.revisionism
From: (Yale F. Edeiken)
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Subject: Re: No gas chamber in Germany
Date: 17 Jun 1996 02:35:25 GMT
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> writes:

>  >>	But if you really believe there were people type gas chambers in
>  >>Germany, take it up with Simon Wiesenthal.  He shares my opinion on the
>  >>matter.  

>  	Since you missed it the first time around, here it is again, just for
>  you.  Note the source.  
>  ========
>  Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
>  Subject: No gas chamber in Germany
>  From: (Matt Giwer)
>  Date: Thu, 13 Jun 1996 22:47:37 GMT
>  	If someone disagrees with me, take it up with Simon.  But then we all
>  know he lies a lot.  
>  4/19/82: 
>       WW II American airman Paul Stralka shares details of his stay at
>  Buchenwald for the Duluth
>       News Tribune by recalling "long lines of prisoners being led to the
>  gas chambers, which
>       were usually disguised as showers." Unfortunately, Buchenwald is in
>  Germany, and as we
>       all know, "there were no extermination camps on German soil" (Simon
>  Wiesenthal, Books
>       and Bookmen, April, 1975). 


	Sorry.  Your quote doesn't cut it.  SW said "extermination camps" you 
have, dishonestly and deceitfully (your standard approach) changed that in your own 
posts to "gas chambers."

	The real question is: why do you post something that reveals you as a 
deliberate liar?


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