Thursday is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a time to remember one of the darkest days in history when Nazi Germany murdered six million Jews. 

As a result of hydrogen cyanide (zyklon b) poisoning the human body turns bright cherry pink. You see, hydrogen cyanide works by preventing cells from absorbing oxygen. This means that the blood contains tons of oxygenated blood that can't be used, and as a result the cells start to die. Now this oxygenated blood is bright red, which means that bright cherry pink skin is an indicator of cyanide (or carbon monoxide) poisoning. Note that the cyanide does not need to be absorbed by the skin for this redness to occur, inhaling enough hydrogen cyanide (to kill you) will have the same effect.

Clinical papers on the matter:

Clinical Signs and Symptoms "Skin - A cherry red skin color will be present as the result of increased venous hemoglobin oxygen saturation"

"The skin will typically be unusually pink or cherry-red, breathing may be fast, and heartbeat may be slow or fast"

Now, isn't it chilling to read all the eye witness reports and documents describing the bright cherry pink bodies from the gassings in the holocaust? Piles upon piles of bright red bodies, looking like boiled lobsters. One surely could never forget a truly terrible sight like that. The witness reports from the sonderkommando, the shock of seeing their comrades almost unrecognizable, the bright red of their skin seared into their retinas forever.

No? Never heard of it before? That's because it has never been mentioned. No witness reports exist describing THE indicator of hydrogen cyanide poisoning. None of the thousands of witness reports. None in the Nuremberg trial documents. Nowhere is what should by all reason be the prominent part of the holocaust mythos ever even mentioned.

This alone is hard proof people werent being gassed to death with Zyklon B

The pink lividity presents itself between 20-30 minutes after death (exposure)

Additional Source: "Forensic research extends detection of cyanide poisoning" (Sam Houston State University)

Additional Source: "Cyanide poisoning: mass spectrometric analysis of forensic evidences" (Goutam, Mahesh P., and Poonam Yadav)