So /his/ do you think the holocaust could have been prevented had the allied forces gone to war with Hitler earlier?
The timing of the war affecting it implies that it actually happened, which it didn't.
as far as I'm concerned the holocaust was probably the biggest and most successful hoaxes in humanity's history.
Does anyone from /pol/ have any kind of serious university education?
Or human contact?
You guys are not historians, please fuck off.
>WAH WAH MUH FREE SPEECH, MUH JEWS
You Stormfags are a joke. You realize you were only flooded to this sight as retards who took ironic shitposting seriously?
Okay anon, let's think about this. Why and how could German infrastructure (which became hilariously #rekt from 1943 onwards) transport the amount of people and gas that's described? Why would the high command waste that tremendous an amount of labor and logistics while Germans were desperately fighting in the Russian winter with no supplies? Why would Zyklon B even be used? It's inefficient as fuck. Why were the only photographed gas chambers reconstructions?
Peeps were dying en masse in Polish labor camps for the same reason that soldiers in the Eastern Front were. No supplies, no medicine, and no means to get them in sufficient quantity because the allied strat bombing campaign was blowing the fuck out of every railroad, factory, and bridge in sight.
It doesn't really.
If it did happen, it was an amazing feat of logistics that makes the Berlin airlift look like child's play.
If it didn't happen, then it illustrates how desperate the politics were towards the end of the war in terms of securing favorable positioning in the upcoming Cold War
The great majority of jews where executed at gun point.
Hell there's records of the fucking death squads having problems with the soldiers suffering from PSTD due to constant executions
turns out even the nazis can be disgusted
>implying the holocaust happened
there is widespread evidence that only 200,000-300,000 people died, mainly from disease and starvation (supplies were in bad shape thanks to Allied bombing of supply routes
that is less than the german civilians killed by the allies, btw
>The great majority of jews where executed at gun point.
Einsatzgruppen were indeed a thing, but they were mostly tasked with tracking down any possible commie agents or Polish/Baltic/Russian partisans. A fair few innocents did die by their bullets, but the idea that there were an Army's worth of SS frolicking about the countryside gunning down MILLIONS of people while the siege of Leningrad couldn't force a breakthrough, while Army Group Centre was desperately trying to get to Moscow before winter, and Army Group South was trying to secure both its objectives without enough men is laughable.