„Did you ever notice how many survivors they have? Did you ever notice that? Everybody — every time you turn around, 15,000 survivors meet here; 400 survivors convention there. I mean, did you ever notice? Nazis sure were inefficient, weren't they? Boy, boy, boy!…You almost have no survivors that ever say they saw a gas chamber or saw the workings of a gas chamber…. they'll say these preposterous stories that anybody can check out to be a lie, an absolute lie.“

Interview with Evelyn Rich (March 1985), on the Holocaust

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