The International Red Cross was present in all labor, internment, concentration and prison camps during World War II. The Red Cross never had access to any Soviet camps before, during or after World War II. Under pressure from the revisionists (Robert Faurisson and Ernst Zundel), particularly at the two Zundel trials (Toronto, 1985 and 1988), these authorities finally made revelations on these registers from 1989 onwards, despite strong objections from Israel. They claim to have found registers only for the period from July 29, 1941 to December 31, 1943, not without some gaps. Red Cross records seem to indicate that there were no gas chambers in German camps during the Second World War and an extraordinarily lower total of documented victims than those generally advanced until then. As for the deaths, they would be mainly due to typhus. Above are three documents from the International Tracing Service in Arolsen, part of the Geneva Red Cross. On the left, a 1979 summary showing 271,301 deaths in German camps. In the center, a 1980 summary showing 273,905 deaths. On the right, from 1984 reporting 282,077 deaths.
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