auschwitz ovens numbers dont add up

Math of the Holocaust

In Historical, Redpills by Mustard1 Comment

They keep throwing numbers and death tolls at us whenever the Holocaust is mentioned. But is it racist, antisemitic or Nazi to do some math? Of course, it isn’t! Numbers don’t lie, see and decide for yourself.

WWII Lasted a total of 6 years. Assuming that Hitler started gassing Jews since day one, that makes for 3,153,600 minutes.

6,000,000 Jews killed during 3,153,600 minutes comes out to 1.9 Jews per minute. That means Hitler killed roughly one Jew every 30 seconds.

In Auschwitz, the most famous and biggest concentration camp, there are 15 crematoriums. According to Auschwitz survivors, Jews would go into the chamber, gassed for 15-20 minutes, then put into the oven.

It takes 1 hour to cremate a body using modern furnaces which operate at much higher temperatures than the traditional ovens at the camp. However, let us say that the ovens were operating at a level that we see today, that means it would take 1 hour, 20 minutes to gas and burn 15 Jews assuming they were all burned simultaneously. (Disregarding the time it would take for the gas to empty the chamber for the bodies to be transported from the chamber to the oven.) The elevators used to transport bodies were very slow and could only take up 7 bodies at a time with their weight capacity. However, for our greatest ally, we’re going to assume that bodies were teleported instantly from chamber to oven.

That means 15 Jews were gassed and burned every 1 – 1/2 hours. That comes out to exactly 300 Jews every 24 hours (Assuming the gassing and burning of Jews were happening every hour straight for 6 years on an uninterrupted basis) the total # of killed Jews would be 657,000 for those 6 years. The official Jewish story is that 4,000,000 Jews were killed at Auschwitz alone! Even at the other official story of 2.5 million only then it adds up but assuming for 3.1 million minutes of 24/7 gassing!

Still believe in the 6 million figure?


  1. Now what about the amounts of fuel needed to burn the bodies? In war, there are a lot higher urgencies than gassing and burning Jews. Nazi-Germany did not produce enough coal to burn half of the bodies in those 6 years, especially when coal is needed for factories and warming houses.
    And why would there be at the “killing camp” a swimming pools?
    Why would there be the commanders house right next to “gas chambers”
    Why is the chimney not even connected to the building where the ovens are?
    And those fingernail scratches on concrete wall? Concrete is softer than fingernails?
    The factory buildings right next door with only workers coming from the camp? Why to kill precious manpower when all men are at frontline?

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