First time in media question asked about the Auschwitz Swimming Pool
When was the first time in the Media a question was asked about the Auschwitz Swimming Pool?
The first one suggesting some sort of a swimming pool, tank, or something of that sort was Stefan Szende.
The first public media question asked about the Auschwitz Swimming Pool seems to be in l982. Hence, more than 30 years ago.
In l982 on 23 September in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, on WJW850, radio host, Zionist Merle Pollis, asks an alleged ‘Survivor’ about the Auschwitz Swimming Pool. The word ‘Holocaust Survivor’ was not used. We are in 1982, and the term ‘Holocaust’ had not yet fully set in, which first happened after the David Irving libel suit against Holocaust Denier (HD), Deborah Lipstadt.
Remarkably we have a record of the question and here it is:
Auschwitz Swimming Pool, Merle Pollis and Ditlieb Felderer, C9
Observe, the alleged ‘Survivor’ of Auschwitz didn’t deny the Auschwitz Swimming Pool. She confirms its existence! So the first question ever asked also turns out to be a confirmation of a Swimming Pool at Auschwitz. Increddible! But here it is.
So that woman could not have been a Holocaust Denier (HD), as all Holocaust Deniers (HD) deny the Auschwitz Swimming Pool.
Now all you youth and students: Take this to your History Teacher and ask him about it. How can there be a Swimming Pool at an alleged ‘extermination camp’ were people were meant to be gassed at once or slave work themselves to death? And who were using it? The Kapos perhaps? The Jewish Sonderkommando perhaps. Or, Hermann Langbein, Tadeusz Szymanski, Kazimiers Smolen, Filip Muller, Brandhuber, Tadeusz Wasowicz, Czech, Otto Frank, Simon Wiesenthal, perhaps?