For those who continuously deny the truth that the Holocaust did happen, this new discovery is for them.
Archaeologist Dr. Caroline Sturdy Colls have unearthed the remains of Treblinka discovering the extent of the Nazi abuse against their prisoners leading to the exposure of the true scale, nature and operation of one of the Third Reich’s largest concentration camps that had kept the ghastliest secrets of WWII in the dark for 70 years.
The British forensic archaeologist has spent the last three years of her time and efforts to put the puzzle pieces together – a forensically solid image of the Nazi death camp dubbed “Treblinka 2”. The said discovery is very vital given that the Nazis had tried to wipe out any remains of the said camp in 1943; bulldozed by German forces to conceal the truth about how Treblinka became the site of more or less 870,000 deaths of Jews and gypsies through its gas chambers.
The site is a wooded area in Poland, approximately 50 miles northeast of Warsaw. In an interview, Dr. Colls, who also gives lectures in Staffordshire University, revealed that:
“When the Nazis left in 1943 they thought they had destroyed it. They had knocked down the buildings and levelled the earth. They had built a farmhouse, installed a Ukrainian ‘farmer’ and had planted trees.”
“If they thought they had removed all evidence of their crime, they hadn’t. For a forensic archaeologist, there is a vast amount to study. Victims arrived at a fake railway station, and were made to undress and walk naked to the gas chambers along the ‘Road to Heaven’,” she added.
She also pointed out that she was able to come across five other pits which, if their sizes and location are looked at, she was certain were burial sites. And based on her studies on the area’s soil, she was indeed right.
“It is clear that the ash contains many bones. Bone fragments can still be seen on the surface of the ground, especially after rain. Considerable evidence also exists to suggest not all of the bodies were exhumed and cremated [by the Nazis]. Photographs show bodies littering the landscape as late as the early Sixties.”
She is hoping that her work will extend her partnership with Treblinka museum and that it will be the carrier of awareness about the camp shedding light about its victims and offering appropriate commemoration on their deaths.
Dr. Colls’ work, titled Inside Treblinka, is part of channel 5’s documentaries that delve deeper into the Nazi regime – from its quest of the Holy Grail which was the inspiration behind the film Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade to Hitler’s plans to fly German planes through Manhattan’s skyscrapers, an uncanny foreshadow of the 9/11 Twin Towers attacks.
Channel 5’s commissioning director Simon Raikes has this say about the show:
“These films offer a dramatic new perspective on the regime by taking the viewer inside the minds of the Nazi leadership.
“What was their vision for the Everlasting Reich? And what did they do to try and achieve it?
“From the ludicrous quest to find their Aryan roots and harness the supernatural, through the chilling attempt to breed a racially ‘pure’ new generation of Nazi children, to the brutal industrialisation of genocide in the death camps, this season will reveal the true horror of what the Nazis were planning and unfold the absurd, mind-boggling, incomprehensibly evil things they did in pursuit of their plans.”