that how can I show you a picture of something if I'm not sure what it looked like? After all, any room could be used as a gas chamber.
I read a portion of the work from Germar Rudolph, but what I gathered is that the number is debated by various groups. For me to be completely objective, I would have to read and analyze the sources of both sides thoroughly (One cannot just read what they agree with and take it as truth).
As I said before, I loathe all of the tyrants you mentioned. Personally, I didn't write the history books. So, I can't be blamed for the emphasis on one group or another. I would agree that the blood of any people that died in American or British concentration camps is on the hands of the leaders and government agents that allowed the deaths to happen - especially if the conditions were equivalent to that found in German concentration camps. There are no superior or inferior races of people - only individuals. No person has the right to use force against another except in cases of self-defense.
To be quite honest, I would rather die in a gas chamber than I had be starved to death or die from Typhus.