"I understand too that the relevant documents are still not open to the general public at large." The Holocaust is one of the most thoroughly documented events in human history. There are a plethora of "relevant documents" that come form many sources that are all in astounding concurrence with each other. To list but a few: German, Russian, and British military records; sociological, genealogical, and scientific papers; photographic, audio recordings, and film evidence; business, religious, and social organizations record keeping; eyewitness reports, personal letters, and personal diaries. The list goes on and on. Some documents from war departments have yet to be thoroughly vetted. However, as those are released, and many have been in the past few years, they are remarkably consistent in the details that they reveal. I ask you, what "relevant documents" are you referring to; and what might they say that would alter the history of the Holocaust as we currently understand it?
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