Udo Walendy examines the alleged visual documents—photographs—that are claimed to prove the atrocities perpetrated by the National Socialists against the Jews. The question at issue is what exactly the pictures show, whether they were retouched or whether they may even be com-pletely fabricated, i.e., montages or drawings. A pile of dead bodies or an open mass grave, for example, can be presented as evidence for the gas chamber murders, but what is there to prove that the pictures do not in fact show the German victims of Allied air-raids, or the victims of starvation or epidemics in German or Allied camps, soldiers killed in action, victims of pogroms, or even persons killed by the Soviet secret service? Udo Walendy shows with numerous examples that the falsification of photographs for purposes of incriminating the Third Reich is rather more the rule than the exception. It is astonishing to note that there are usually many different versions of a forged photograph, which makes it easy to spot cases of alteration. Walendy shows that the photo documents analyzed by him cannot be incontestable evidence for the claims usually associated with them.
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Book Description Verlag für Volkstum und Zeitge, 1989. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11193778701X
Book Description Verlag für Volkstum und Zeitge, 1989. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Brand New!. Bookseller Inventory # VIB193778701X
Book Description Verlag für Volkstum und Zeitge, 1987. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M193778701X