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Why Wasn't Auschwitz Bombed?

Why Wasn't Auschwitz Bombed?

Why Wasn't Auschwitz Bombed?
Did Missing 1944 Military Studies Conclude Auschwitz-Birkenau Not Death Camp?


From 1944 to 1993 the Holocaust lobby's story was Auschwitz-Birkenau wasn't bombed because the 3,000 to 10,000 daily mass murders were kept secret through a circle of fences one kilometer (0.6 mi) from Birkenau so noone outside the camp knew about the mass executions until an April, 1944 prison escape, and the camp was out of range for bombers until late 1944.

In 1993 Air Photo Evidence published air photos proving the Germans made no attempt to hide the Birkenau Cremation buildings which had no outer fence and only one wire fence close to the buildings so mass executions would have been visible, and Birkenau was not out of range as American  planesbombed the Monowitz industrial complex 6 km (4 mi) east starting in August, '44.

The photos sent shockwaves through the Holocaust lobby which hastily organized a 1993 Auschwitz Bombing convention in Washington, DC, to change their story and agree to new reasons why Birkenau was not bombed. The new story was the British and American governments knew about the Birkenau mass executions from early '43 to November, '44, but didn't order that Birkenau or rail-lines leading to the camp be bombed for a number of reasons. The Holocaust Lobby's 4 main reasons are in black text, and the truth according to Air Photo Evidence is in red:

  1. Requests for bombing in 1944 by U.S. President Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Churchill were over-ruled by the military who knew about the mass murders, but were
    indifferent to the plight of the camp inmates. The truth is that in 1944 the American and British military completed independent studies using air photos and spy reports aboutwhether it was neccessary to bomb Birkenau, and although both studies disappeared after 1944, they must have concluded that no mass murders were occurring at Birkenau because bombing was not ordered by Roosevelt, Churchill, or the military.
  2. Jewish groups in America, Britain, and Jersualem asked the U.S. and British
    governments to bomb Birkenau during 1944 but they were rebuffed by military and political leaders. The truth is that although a few individual members of Jewish groups who had heard the mass-murder rumors, sent letters to other members of their groups to consider bombing, not one official Jewish organization anywhere in the world asked that Birkenau be bombed, because they knew from escaped inmates and spies, and from contacts with the highest levels of the U.S. and British governments, that mass murders were not occurring.
  3. The War Refugee Board knew about the daily murders but did not have enough political clout to command the attention of President Roosevelt. The truth is that Board member Henry Morgenthau knew of the unsubstantiated stories of Birkenau mass murders, but he acted like he did not believe them because he did not even discuss the possible bombing of Birkenau or any other camp during his many meetings with President Roosevelt.
  4. Bombing would have killed inmates and there was no guarantee bombing would have
    stopped the slaughter. The truth is rail-lines and bridges together with the Birkenau
    Cremation buildings could have been bombed with a minimum loss of life the same way two other areas were bombed. From June, 1942 to August, 1944, 12 groups of B-25 long-range bombers and P-38 Lightning fighter-bombers , flew long distances from airfields in Egypt to pin-point bomb at low elevations the Ploesti oil refinery 55 kilomters (35 miles) north of Bucharest, Rumania, and on August 24th, '44, the Gustloff-Werke armaments factory 150 m (500 ft) from Buchenwald detention camp in Germany, was destroyed by B-25 bombers without a single bomb hitting the Buchenwald camp.
In 1944 the Americans and British had the ability to pin-point bomb the Birkenau cremation buildings or rail-lines leading to camp, but after military studies of air photos and spy reports concluded that inmates were not being executed, no American or British leader ordered bombing of Birkenau because they believed executions were not occurring.


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