I went to Poland in 1947 and visited, among other places, Auschwitz Camp. There I was told that some 6 million or more Jews and Poles and others had been put to death. I see that a Polish woman who was in the camp is writing a book in which she puts the figure as high as 7 million. I know there is a big difference between 6 million and 7 million, but let us assume it is 6 million.
British Jewish politician Samuel Silverman (1895 - 1968), stated in the House of Commons, November 6, 1952:
Were these the same distinguished gentlemen (referring to the Red Cross) who at a later date inspected the camp at Auschwitz, where six million people were murdered, and were unable to find anything wrong?