Nazi ‘soap’ and synthetic rubber

My interest is pursuing a personal hypothesis that the myth of the so-called Nazi “soap” may have actually had a factual industrial size basis, not as bars of household soap, but as a type of industrial liquid soap used in the emulsion polymerization process vital to production of synthetic rubber and that German secrecy, deception, and destruction of records, combined with mis-interpretation of surviving record fragments, have led to this potential industrial scale use of corpses being overlooked.

Continue reading