Beer, Abraham

In 1945, a former inmate of the Janowska Camp in Lviv, Abraham Beer, made a deposition about what is said to have unfolded there in the second half of 1943 within the context of what today’s orthodoxy calls Aktion 1005. This deposition is characterized by the witness knowing a little bit about everything but not much about anything, making it impossible to assess it in any meaningful way. (For details, see Mattogno 2022c, p. 522.)

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