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Indeed, there is now a full publication of the reports received by Oneg Shabes from the Polish borderlands, the kresy. 37 Such reports allowed the Delegatura to estimate that over 200,000 Polish Jews had been murdered by February 1942, a figure which in retrospect was surprisingly accurate when compared with the known shooting actions in eastern Poland during 1941. 38 News of Chelmno, meanwhile, not only reached the Warsaw ghetto via the escaped slave labourer Shlomo Winer, also known as ‘Szlamek’ 39, but was noted down by AK units in the Warthegau simultaneously.
Pooshoodog provided the crucial ammunition of humour when we finally lost patience with denier trolling at RODOH. Special thanks are also due to Peter Laponder for making available copies of his maps of the Reinhard camps for use in this study. For answering queries and assistance with materials, we thank Steve Tyas, Jürgen Langowski, Albrecht Kolthoff, Christian Mentel, Harry Mazal, Professor John Zimmerman, Dr. David Rich, Professor Andrzej Gawryszewski, Professor Christopher Browning, Dr. Martin Dean, Dr.
38 News of Chelmno, meanwhile, not only reached the Warsaw ghetto via the escaped slave labourer Shlomo Winer, also known as ‘Szlamek’ 39, but was noted down by AK units in the Warthegau simultaneously. 40 Moreover, the flight of Szlamek from ghetto to ghetto, using the pseudonym Yakov Grojanowski 41, left further contemporary traces, not least in the diary of a rabbi from Konin. 42 Mattogno’s attempt to defuse Szlamek’s report in his short brochure on Chelmno 43 therefore need not detain us here, as he will have to go back to the library before his comments need be taken even vaguely seriously.