Death Mills and Rumor Mills; or, British Intelligence Passes Gas

Aryan Skynet

Many identitarians are aware of the origins of the infamous “six million” figure in Jewish mysticism; but what is the literary provenance of the alleged Nazi homicidal gas chambers? Andy Ritchie, in an informative article published this year by Inconvenient History, casts some much needed light on this issue of continuing relevance for the reputations of Germans generally and European nationalists everywhere:

For more than thirty years, historians have been aware of once-secret memoranda by senior British intelligence official Victor Cavendish-Bentinck in which he casts doubt on the alleged use of homicidal gas chambers by National Socialist Germany. Writing to Whitehall colleagues at the end of August 1943, Cavendish-Bentinck used dismissive language which today in most European countries would undoubtedly see him prosecuted for “Holocaust denial”.

During the trial of British historian David Irving’s libel action against Deborah Lipstadt in 2000 (now dramatized in the Hollywood film Denial)…

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Death Mills and Rumor Mills; or, British Intelligence Passes Gas

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