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Auschwitz-Birkenau Complex aerial photo recon - 26 June 1944

The three principal camps in the Auschwitz complex, as photographed on June 26th, 1944 by a Mosquito plane from the South African Air force’s 60 Photo Recon Squadron (Sortie no. 60PR/522). This photograph gives a comprehensive view of the 3 camps. We can also see the IG Farben factory, the industrial area next to Camp I, the town of Oswiecim and the swamps next to Birkenau, into which were thrown the ashes of those murdered in the camp.

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  • abraham Bronowski on 2012-Jun-25 12:34:46 abraham Bronowski said

    I notice that, that photograph was apparently shot in the direction of due west and shows little of what was actually inside those "camps"
  • abraham Bronowski on 2012-Jun-25 12:34:48 abraham Bronowski said

    I notice that, that photograph was apparently shot in the direction of due west and shows little of what was actually inside those "camps"
  • abraham Bronowski on 2012-Jun-25 12:34:48 abraham Bronowski said

    I notice that, that photograph was apparently shot in the direction of due west and shows little of what was actually inside those "camps"
  • joseph haye on 2013-Feb-20 10:28:00 joseph haye said

    Good picture: Just note, if 2-400,000 Hungarian Jews were gassed, the max. no. of muffles was 38, and in May and early June, Auschwitz records show that 15-25 ovens were operational..

    So where are the thousands of corpse? They're not there, because it's a big fat Zionist lie

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