[:en]Letter by Central Council of Jews in Germany to the Max Planck Society[:de]Brief des Zentralrats der Juden in Deutschland an die Max-Planck-Gesellschaft[:]

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When my Expert Report on Auschwitz received public attention in early 1993, the Jewish lobby in Germany demanded from my then employer, the Max Planck Society, to take “appropriate measures” in order “to prevent” my activities as an expert witness. Here is that letter. It was introduced by the Max Planck Society during my litigation against them as evidence that I am unconscionable as an employee.

CENTRAL COUNCIL OF JEWS IN GERMANY
Public Corporation

SECRETARIAT
New Postal Code: 53173
5300 Bonn 2 – Bad Godesberg
Rüngsdorfer Strasse 6
Telephone 02 28 / 35 70 23-24

To the President of the Max Planck Society
for the Advancement of Science, Inc.
Prof. Hanns F. Zacher
Hofgartenstr. 2
8000 München 2

22nd June 1993

Esteemed Prof. Zacher!

The Chairman of the Board of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, Ignatz Bubis, in a telephone conversation on 16 April 1993 communicated to you his concern over the effect of the “Expert Report …” of Diplom Chemist Germar Rudolf.

The Administrative Council of the Central Council has thoroughly discussed the documentation and the effect of the expert report. It shares the concerns of the Chairman that this “expert report” could all too easily be used as a pseudo-scientific proof for denial of the mass murder of Jews. This has happened – as is known – through the efforts of O. E. Remer.

The Central Council of Jews in Germany expects from you, esteemed Prof. Zacher, that appropriate measures will be taken by the Max Planck Society and the Max Planck Institute to prevent any further activities of the expert witness.

The press declaration of the Public Relations Office of the Max Planck Society on 21.04.1993 is very detailed, but it does not prevent any further activity by Diplom Chemist G. Rudolf.

With friendly greetings,

/s/ Heinz Jaeckel


Click here for a scan of the original letter[:de]Als mein Gutachten über Auschwitz Anfang 1993 für öffentliches Aufsehen sorgte, forderte die jüdische Lobby in Deutschland von meinem damaligen Arbeitgeber, der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, “geeignete Maßnahmen” zu ergreifen, um “die weitere Tätigkeit des Gutachters zu verhindern”. Hier ist der Brief. Er wurde in meinem Arbeitsprozess von der MPG vorgelegt als Beweis, dass ich als Angestellter untragbar sei.
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