Chomka, Władysław

Władysław Chomka was a railroad worker who maintained a track section from Małkinia up to two kilometers from Treblinka Station. Having talked to Jews working at the railway tracks, he claimed to know that “7,000-10,000 people were exterminated every day, but there were days when 30,000 were exterminated.” Using the lowest figure, this yields a total of some 25 million victims for a year’s worth of operation. This is yet another example of why testimonies from hearsay should never be permitted either in courts of law or in historiography. (See Mattogno 2021e, pp. 166f.)

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