Sułkowski, Jan

Jan Sułkowski was a Polish Jew who claimed to have been interned at the Treblinka Camp. He claimed in a post-war deposition published in 1948 that one way of murdering Jews at the camp consisted of forcing them to climb up a “death bridge,” a scaffold built for that purpose, then shoot them down as target practice. This testimony is unique and has been swept under the carpet by the orthodoxy. (For more details, see Mattogno/Graf 2023, pp. 26f.)

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