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Germar Rudolf, Pressac and the German Public 31 “The Machinery of Mass Murder: The Gas Chambers of Auschwitz” Falsification of a photograph by mislabeling: the Stuttgart daily newspaper Stuttgarter Nachrichten (June 18, 1994). This photo actually shows a hot air disinfestation installation for prisoner’s cloths in the gypsy camp of Birkenau. The original caption states “Disinfestation Installation Gypsy Camp”: This suggested to the readers that these hot air disinfestation chambers had something to do with the killing gas chambers.

17, April 25, 1994. Ref. 1 BvR 434/87, pp. 16f. ), Auschwitz: Plain Facts of view and the evidence lying on the base of a scientific work. Only science itself can determine what is good or bad science and which results are true or false. […] It is not permissible to deny a work to be scientific just because it has a bias and gaps or because it does not consider opposing viewpoints adequately. […] It is removed from the realm of science only if it fails the claim to be scientific […] systematically.

Only science itself can determine what is good or bad science and which results are true or false. […] It is not permissible to deny a work to be scientific just because it has a bias and gaps or because it does not consider opposing viewpoints adequately. […] It is removed from the realm of science only if it fails the claim to be scientific […] systematically. 19 This would be understandable if revisionist research were considered so insignificant and ridiculous that no one need bother with it.

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