Auschwitz: The Underground Guided Tour

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Auschwitz: The Underground Guided Tour

What the Tour Guides Don’t Tell You at Auschwitz-Birkenau

 by Carolyn Yeager

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MsYeager, I highly commend you for having the guts to write this powerful book! In a world where even questioning the Holohoax is considered anti-semitism and truth is considered racism, I give you a huge pat on the back. Thanks for all you do, keep the flame of truth and the spirit of our mighty ancestors alive!

Poking holes in the Auschwitz liberation story with the help of Elie Wiesel by Carolyn Yeager
http://jan27.org/the-liberation/

... yeah on this page, all the little image links are broken - the permissions need fixing. 

It was a mistake or a misunderstanding. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

Thank you to Scrapbookpages Blog owner for bringing attention to my booklet, even though s/he is in error in most of what s/he says - not least in the heading using the term "plagiarize." (This is written at 8:00 pm CST, 2-28-17)

For the record, 'HE' DID GIVE ME PERMISSION back in 2009 to use whatever images from his website I wished, though it was verbal permission, not written, as we were on friendly terms at that time. I'm using the masculine pronoun because for all these years 'he' presented himself to me as a male. I did make sure a photo credit apeared on all the images I used from scrapbookpages.com. I was happy to do so. By my counting, this is 8 images out of 54 total images in my book.

Now it's possible that in the years that scrapbookpages.com has been online, many of his photos have been used by others without a photo credit, and have been picked up again and again, appearing on the Internet without being associated with the scrapbookpages.com owner. This happens. But the telling fact is that HE DID NOT COMPLAIN ABOUT MY USE OF HIS PHOTOS IN 2010, OR 2011, OR 2012 ... NOT UNTIL NOW IN 2017 when he is angry with me for "criticism" that I very recently leveled at him. But it should be said that my criticism was for the faults that he is exhibiting in this very blog post - serious errors of fact, delusion and confusion due to memory lapses that are bound to occur with someone in their 80's. Sad, but that's why we have retirement.

Scrapbookpages Blog owner has now added another complaint: that "some of the captions that she put on the photos were wrong."

I would suggest that if he expects to have any credibility he needs to point out which captions to which photos he's speaking about, and give the correct information as he sees it. Otherwise ...

Another item: I actually found all or most of the emails we exchanged back then in a folder marked "Auschwitz book - TBR" in an email account I still use. I haven't read everything, or found the permission, but I think this shows that he knew I was using his photos and was okay with it.

From: Webmaster <mail@scrapbookpages.com>
>    Subject: Re: reacreational sports?
>    To: "Carolyn” <XXXXX@yahoo.com>
>    Date: Monday, February 1, 2010, 10:28 AM
>
>    On this page of my web site
>    http://www.scrapbookpages.com/AuschwitzScrapbook/Tour/Birkenau/RuinsIII01.html
>    I mention the soccer field that was right behind Krema III and I
>    quote from a book written by a survivor.

>    Carolyn wrote:
>     Do you have any information and/or *pictures* having anything
>    to  do with recreational sports at Auschwitz-Birkenau on your site?
>    Or know where some are?  Thanks.

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As I vaguely recall, my finished draft was already in the hands of the  production manager and he wanted another picture (or two?) to make the layout and pages work out. The top photo on the SBP.com page was cropped and used on my page 37, with a photo credit. “Webmaster” knew this was for my book, which we had been discussing for some time already.

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