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See Thomas Kues, ‘A Premature News Report on a ‘Death Camp’ for Jews’, Inconvenient History 3/3, 2011. 251 49 Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka. Holocaust Denial and Operation Reinhard Moreover, the Polish underground was far from the only recipient of eyewitness or hearsay reports regarding Belzec. The so-called ‘Working Group’ in Slovakia, organised by among others Gisi Fleischmann, received reports in October 1942 from couriers travelling between Bratislava and ghettos in the Lublin district which still accommodated surviving Slovak Jewish deportees, that Slovak Jews had been evacuated “to the other side of the Bug”.
And answered it by referring to three broad processes: wartime reports, postwar investigations and trials, and historiography. It is not difficult to discern that MGK have huge problems with all three phases, and indeed end up making conspiracy allegations regarding wartime reports, postwar trials as well as history and memory. Nowhere, however, do they use the term ‘Hoax’. But this does not stop them from using substitute weasel terms like ‘propaganda’ 14 as well as such rhetoric as ‘the gassing myth’.
40 Moreover, the flight of Szlamek from ghetto to ghetto, using the pseudonym Yakov Grojanowski 41, left further contemporary traces, not least in the diary of a rabbi from Konin. 42 Mattogno’s attempt to defuse Szlamek’s report in his short brochure on Chelmno 43 therefore need not detain us here, as he will have to go back to the library before his comments need be taken even vaguely seriously. 1-27; the most recent and most exhaustive account is in Adam Puławski, W obliczu Zagłady. Rząd RP na Uchodźstwie, Delegatura Rządu RP na Kraj, ZWZ-AK wobec deportacji Żydów do obozów zagłady (19411942).