But where did the people go who had worn the shoes? Presumably you believe they went somewhere else while leaving behind their shoes???You seem to neglecting the fact that 300,000 people went through the doors at Majdanek during it's operation and at least 200,000 registered prisoners at Auschwitz, which means the registered prisoners alone would have had at least 500,000 pairs of shoes confiscated on arrival at the camps as you have agreed with above. That's is based on the assumption that each person only took the shoes they were stood in, and didn't think to put an extra pair of shoes in their suitcase as most normal people would. Let me make the point again that I am just talking about people officially registered in the camps, and not including anyone that you claim was gassed.
So if 500,000 pairs of shoes were confiscated, and only some were deloused and given back as you have agreed with above then there would have been a surplus of confiscated shoes wouldn't there? If you add on the 69,000 deaths of registered prisoners at Auschwitz then you have even more surplus shoes.
Can you see there would have been a surplus number of shoes found at Auschwitz in nobody had been gassed, which means the shoes are not evidence of people being gassed? Presenting the shoes as evidence of people being murdered is therefore a little dishonest, and is clearly confusing people such as yourself with it's misdirection.
It's interesting that you say the prisoners were given shoes that had been deloused, would they have done this with Zyklon B is the delousing chambers for clothing and furniture? Would this also have resulted with a pile of empty Zyklon B tins like these?