The Leuchter Reports has 16 ratings and 4 reviews. N said: Article by Germar Rudolf: The Forensics Report That Changed History: The Leuchter Report is one of those rare and most precious documents. Prepared and written by Fred A. Leuchter, a consultant in the United States for the. The best known “expert analysis” of this variety is the so-called “Leuchter Report,” issued by an American manufacturer of execution equipment and proclaimed.
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Wear protective gloves when handling solid cyanide. Reprinted in facsimile as an appendix in The Leuchter Report Londonp. Hydrocyanic acid does not have to be breathed to be fatal.
The Leuchter Reports: Critical Edition
The rebuilt crematory and alleged gas chamber, although discussed earlier, will be considered briefly, again. Because HCN has great penetrating powers and the lruchter chamber” surfaces were porous, at least some hydrogen cyanide would have penetrated far enough into the roughcast and brick to escape being washed away. Crematorium at Majdanek The building is not sealed and would be inoperable for its alleged purpose.
Polymerization decomposition wrfl occur violently repogt heat, alkatine material water. Zyklon B was a special commercial preparation containing hydrocyanic acid. Take over keys every door key. One prominent example was the investigation of the Auschwitz gas chambers by Fred Leuchter [ Should this not be the case, airing must continue and the check for gas repeated after a few hours.
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The Leuchter Report Vindicated
A disaster would be likely. There is no provision for gasketed doors, windows or vents; the structures are not coated with tar or other sealant to prevent leakage or absorption of the gas. Toxic effects on warm-blooded animals: These results were graphically produced in Appendix I of the Report and displayed to the jury on an overhead projector, the difference in detected cyanide between the delousing facility on one hand and the alleged gas chambers on the other, was spectacular.
It, like the other facilities, is not designed for, or capable of being used as, an execution gas chamber. Since the contrary is true, one must conclude that these facilities were not execution gas chambers, when coupled with all the other evidence gained on inspection. The air intake consisted of several mechanically operated valves. The truly astounding results are as set out in this report: There is no vent or stack. It becomes advantageous to control disease, free up much needed land in crowded areas and eliminate the need for storing corpses in winter when the ground is frozen.
In reality, these alleged gas chambers had been mortuaries or, as indicated on the plans, “Leichenhalle” for Krema I later transformed into an air-raid shelter and “Leichenkeller” for Krema II.
The Leuchter Report is one of those rare and most precious documents. Under no circumstances may anyone sleep in a room which has been fumigated in the night fref the fumigation. He has worked on and designed astro trackers utilized in the on-board guidance systems of ICBM missiles.
At these, they filmed Leuchter illicitly collecting what he regarded to be forensic quality samples of materials : He also built the first electronic sextant for the US Navy. Generally, this is done with an exhaust or intake fan with either exhaust or intake valves or louvered ports of sufficient size to allow reasonable air rpeort per hour.
Writing in the Paris daily, Le Monde Jan. Leuchter compiled the report in with the intention of investigating the feasibility of mass homicidal gassings at Nazi extermination campsspecifically at Auschwitz.
Pressac realizes the importance of the samples taken from the “gas chambers” and the delousing facility. Ryon Keith marked it as to-read Mar 12, He sacrifices everything in his search for historical accuracy and lives under difficult conditions, facing influential and powerful enemies.
A consideration of the chemical analysis of the materials acquired on site.