Dr Nicholas Kollerstrom’s 256 page book is already a classic in that he has achieved what some Revisionists felt could not be done anymore to bring together in one reasonably slim volume the essence of what the Holocaust controversy is all about. The last attempt was in 2009 when Thomas Dalton’s book appeared: Debating the Holocaust: A New Look at Both Sides, which unfortunately lacked credibility for the simple fact that the author’s name is a pseudonym for an unidentified tenured American professor, while Nicholas Kollerstrom remains a real person
“In 1941, British Intelligence analysts cracked the German “Enigma” code. This undermined the German war effort – but also threw new light on day-by-day events in the Nazi concentration camp system. Between January 1942 and January 1943, encrypted radio communications between those camps and the Berlin headquarters were intercepted and decrypted. Oddly enough, historians have largely ignored the information furnished in these intercepts relating to “arrivals,” “departures,” recorded deaths and other events at these camps. The only reasonable explanation for this embarrassing omission is that the intercepted data seriously contradicts, even refutes, the orthodox “Holocaust” narrative. The revealed information does not expose a program of mass murder and racial genocide. Quite the opposite: it reveals that the Germans were determined, desperate even, to reduce the death rate in their work camps, which was caused by catastrophic typhus epidemics.