Churchill And Eisenhower's War Memoirs
This book never mentions gas chambers
Churchill Forgot To Mention The Gas Chambers
Churchill And Eisenhower On The Holocaust
Dwight D. Eisenhower, in his memoir Crusade in Europe, failed to mention gas chambers. Was the weapon used to murder millions of Jews unworthy of a passing reference? Was our future president being insensitive to Jews?
In reality Eisenhower was a second rate soldier, he was handpicked by Bernard Baruch, who surrounded him with competent officers. He was behind the firebombing of Dresden, and Hamburg, and allowed the strafing of civilians. He was responsible for 'Operation Keelhaul', and the death camps of German POW's.
Winston Churchill wrote the six volumes of his monumental work, The Second World War, without mentioning a program of mass-murder and genocide. Maybe it slipped his mind.
Churchill's mother was a Jewess
It is certain that if there had been "killing factories" in Poland murdering millions of civilians, then the Red Cross, the Pope, humanitarian agencies, the Allied governments, neutral governments, and prominent figures such as Roosevelt, Truman, Churchill, Eisenhower and many others would have known about it and would have often and unambiguously mentioned it, and condemned it. They didn't!
The promoters admit that only a tiny group of individuals believed the story at the time -- many of whom were connected with Jewish propaganda agencies. The rise of the Holocaust story reads more like the success story of a PR campaign than anything else.