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Das Vernichtungslager Sobibor war ein deutsches Vernichtungslager in der Nähe des etwa Einwohner zählenden Dorfs Sobibór, eines Orts der Landgemeinde Włodawa, im südöstlichen Polen. Das Vernichtungslager Sobibor war ein deutsches Vernichtungslager in der Nähe des etwa Einwohner zählenden Dorfs Sobibór, eines Orts der. Sobibór [sɔˈbʲibur] ist ein Dorf im Osten Polens, das der Landgemeinde Włodawa, Powiat Włodawski, in der Woiwodschaft Lublin angehört. Sobibór zählte. Im Vernichtungslager Sobibor ermordeten die Nazis zwischen 19mehr als Menschen. Nun veröffentlichte Originalfotos. Sobibór. Über ermordete jüdische Kinder, Frauen und Männer im Vernichtungslager Sobibór – hinter dieser Zahl scheint das Schicksal des jeweiligen.

Sobibór [sɔˈbʲibur] ist ein Dorf im Osten Polens, das der Landgemeinde Włodawa, Powiat Włodawski, in der Woiwodschaft Lublin angehört. Sobibór zählte. Das Vernichtungslager Sobibor war ein deutsches Vernichtungslager in der Nähe des etwa Einwohner zählenden Dorfs Sobibór, eines Orts der Landgemeinde Włodawa, im südöstlichen Polen. Kommandant des bei dem Ort Sobibor errichteten Lagers wurde der SS-​Obersturmführer Franz Stangl (), der zuvor in den "Euthanasie"-​Anstalten.

Prisoners regarded the watchmen as the most dangerous among the Sobibor staff, their cruelty even surpassing that of the SS officers.

The contingent of watchmen was divided into platoons, each headed by a Volksdeutscher. After the revolt, watchmen were not permitted to join in the search for the escapees, since the SS were afraid that they would desert.

Instead, they were sent back to Trawniki. On either 16 or 18 May , Sobibor became fully operational and began mass gassings.

Trains entered the railway siding with the unloading platform, and the Jews on board were told they were in a transit camp.

They were forced to hand over their valuables, were separated by sex and told to undress. The nude women and girls, recoiling in shame, were met by the Jewish workers who cut off their hair in a mere half a minute.

Among the Friseur barbers were Toivi Blatt age On these occasions, he used to wear a white coat to give the impression he was a physician.

Michel announced to the Jews that they would be sent to work. But before this they would have to take baths and undergo disinfection , so as to prevent the spread of diseases.

After undressing, the Jews were taken through the "Tube", by an SS man leading the way, with five or six Ukrainians at the back hastening the Jews along.

After the Jews entered the gas chambers, the Ukrainians closed the doors. After the gassing, the doors were opened, and the corpses were removed by the Sonderkommando members.

Local Jews were delivered in absolute terror, amongst screaming and pounding. Foreign Jews, on the other hand were treated with deceitful politeness.

Passengers from Westerbork , Netherlands had a comfortable journey. There were Jewish doctors and nurses attending them and no shortage of food or medical supplies on the train.

Sobibor did not seem like a genuine threat. After the killing in the gas chambers, the corpses were collected by Sonderkommando and taken to mass graves or cremated in the open air.

Between , and , Jews were murdered at Sobibor. The precise death toll is unknown, since no complete record survives. Later research has reached the same figure drawing on more specific documentation, [] although other recent studies have given lower estimates such as Jules Schelvis 's figure of , [].

According to historian Marek Bem, "The range of scientific research into this question shows how rudimentary our current knowledge is of the number of victims of this extermination camp.

One major source which can be used to estimate the death toll is the Höfle Telegram , a collection of SS cables which give precise numbers of "recorded arrivals" at each of the Operation Reinhard camps prior to 31 December Identical numbers are found in the Korherr Report , another surviving Nazi document.

These sources both report , arrivals at Sobibor during the year , [] but the meaning of this figure is open to interpretation.

Some scholars such as Marek Bem suggest that it refers only to Jews arriving from within the General Government. Other key sources of information include records of particular transports sent to Sobibor.

In some cases, this information is detailed and systematic. For instance, the Dutch Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies archive contains precise records of each transport sent to Sobibor from the Netherlands, totaling 34, individuals.

Many of the difficulties in reaching a firm death toll arise from the incompleteness of surviving evidence.

Records of deportations are more likely to exist when they took place by train, meaning that estimates likely undercount the number of prisoners brought on trucks, horse-drawn carts, or by foot.

For example, while a letter from Albert Ganzenmüller to Karl Wolff mentions past trains from Warsaw to Sobibor , no itineraries survive.

This is because small groups of new arrivals were occasionally selected to work in one of the nearby labor camps, rather than being gassed immediately as was the norm.

Other figures have been given which differ from what is indicated by reliable historical evidence. Numbers as high as 3 million appear in reports requested immediately after the war by the Central Commission for the Investigation of German Crimes in Poland.

Many recall a camp rumour that Heinrich Himmler 's visit in February was intended to celebrate the millionth victim, [] and others suggest figures even higher.

Historian Marek Bem suggests that survivors' estimates disagree with the record because they reflect "the state of their emotions back then, as well as the drama and the scale of tragedy which happened in Sobibor".

On the afternoon of 14 October , members of the Sobibor underground covertly killed most of the on-duty SS officers and then led roughly prisoners to freedom.

This revolt was one of three uprisings by Jewish prisoners in extermination camps, the other being that of Treblinka extermination camp on 2 August which freed up to escapees.

A similar revolt at Auschwitz-Birkenau on 7 October led to one of the crematoria being blown up, but nearly all the insurgents were killed.

Planning for the uprising began in the summer of in response to rumors that the camp would soon be closed. These rumors were sparked by a decrease in the frequency of transports and seemingly confirmed by a comment from a loose-lipped SS officer.

Be aware that you will be killed also! Avenge us! An escape committee of roughly seven Polish Jews began meeting in June His job in the sorting barracks gave him access to additional food, sparing him from the hunger which robbed other workers of their mental acuity.

In light of previous betrayals and the ever-looming threat of collective punishment, they felt unable to include others in their meetings.

This insularity severely limited their capacity to form a plan, since none of their members had the military or strategic experience necessary to carry out a mass escape.

As a result, their discussions stalled by late September. Among those selected for work was Alexander Pechersky , a political commissar who would go on to lead the revolt.

The members of the escape committee approached the newly arrived Russians with both excitement and caution. Feldhendler was shocked to discover Pechersky's limited ability to speak Yiddish , the common language of Eastern European Jews.

However, the two were able to communicate in Russian, and Pechersky agreed to attend. At the meeting, Pechersky gave a speech and took questions while his friend Solomon Leitman translated into Yiddish.

Over the next few weeks, Pechersky met regularly with the escape committee. Digging such a tunnel would have been a delicate operation.

Since the camp was surrounded by a minefield, the tunnel would have to extend a long distance and be fairly deep. However, the tunnel could not be too far underground since the swampy ground suggested a high water table.

Even if these geological problems could be overcome, there remained the problem of how to lead people through the tunnel without being caught.

The ultimate idea for the revolt came to Pechersky while he was assigned to the forest brigade, chopping wood near Lager III. While working, he heard the sound of a child in the gas chamber screaming "Mama!

Overcome with his feeling of powerlessness and reminded of his own daughter Elsa, he decided that the plan could not be a mere escape.

Rather, it would have to be a revolt. About out of the prisoners in the camp escaped into the forests. Dutch historian and Sobibor survivor Jules Schelvis estimates that inmates perished in the Sobibor revolt, killed by the guards or in the minefield surrounding the camp.

A further were killed either by the SS, Wehrmacht, or Orpo police units pursuing the escapees. Some 53 insurgents died of other causes between the day of the revolt and 8 May There were 58 known survivors, 48 male and 10 female, from among the Arbeitshäftlinge prisoners performing slave-labour for the daily operation of Sobibor.

Their time in the camp ranged from several weeks to almost two years. A handful of inmates managed to escape while assigned to the Waldkommando felling and preparing of trees for the body disposal pyres.

The day after the revolt, the SS shot all prisoners still inside the camp. The commandant's house exists today as a private residence, but the forestry tower was demolished in after decaying nearly to the point of collapse.

Several thousand deportees to Sobibor were spared the gas chambers because they were transferred to slave-labour camps in the Lublin reservation , upon arriving at Sobibor.

These people spent several hours at Sobibor and were transferred almost immediately to slave-labour projects including Majdanek and the Lublin airfield camp , where materials looted from the gassed victims were prepared for shipment to Germany.

Most of these prisoners were killed in the November massacre Operation Harvest Festival , or perished in other ways before the end of the war.

Frenzel was sentenced to life imprisonment for personally killing 6 Jews and participating in the mass murder of an additional , Bolender committed suicide before sentencing.

A few of the watchmen who served at Sobibor were brought to trial in the Soviet Union , including B. Bielakow, M. Matwijenko, I. Nikifor, W.

Podienko, F. Tichonowski, Emanuel Schultz, and J. They were convicted of treason and war crimes and were subsequently executed. In April , at a court in Kiev where Alexander Pechersky was the chief prosecution witness, ten former watchmen were found guilty and executed.

One was sentenced to 15 years in prison. In May , John Demjanjuk was convicted for being an accessory to the murder of 28, Jews while serving as a watchman at Sobibor.

He died in a German nursing home on 17 March , aged 91, while awaiting the hearing. In the first twenty years after the war, the site of the camp was practically deserted.

The first monuments to Sobibor victims were erected on the site in Installed by the Council for the Protection of Struggle and Martyrdom Sites , these consisted of a memorial wall, an obelisk symbolizing the gas chambers, a sculpture of a mother and her child, and a mausoleum called the "Memory Mound".

New walkways were introduced with signs indicating points of interest, but close to the burial pits, bone fragments still litter the area.

Until the s, little was known about the physical site of the camp beyond what survivors and perpetrators could recall. After the revolt, the camp had been dismantled and planted over with trees, concealing evidence of what happened there.

While some of these pits appear to have been mass graves, others may have been used for open air cremation.

Thus, they were able to partially map out the perimeter of the former camp site, which had not previously been known.

In , the duo of Wojciech Mazurek and Yoram Haimi began to conduct small-scale investigations. In accordance with Jewish law , these excavations avoided mass graves and were supervised by Polish rabbis.

Their discovery of the foundations of the gas chambers, in , attracted worldwide media attention. Between and , thousands of personal items belonging to victims were uncovered by the teams.

At the ramp, large dumps of household items, including "glasses, combs, cutlery, plates, watches, coins, razors, thimbles, scissors, toothpaste" were found, but few valuables; Schute suggests that these items are indicative of victims' hopes to survive as forced laborers.

In Camp 3, the area around the gas chambers, household items were not found but "gold fillings, dentures, pendants, earrings, and a gold ring" were.

Schute notes that such objects could have been concealed by naked individuals, and argues that it is evidence for the "processing" of bodies at this location.

In , the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum acquired a collection of photographs and documents from the descendants of Johann Niemann.

These photos show daily life amongst the camp staff. Many show the perpetrators drinking, playing music, and playing chess with one another.

These photos are significant because there had previously only been two known photographs of Sobibor during its operation.

These materials have been published in a German language book and ebook by Metropol Verlag entitled Fotos aus Sobibor.

The photos received voluminous press coverage because two of them appear to show John Demjanjuk in the camp. The mechanics of Sobibor death camp were the subject of interviews filmed on location for the documentary film Shoah by Claude Lanzmann.

In , Lanzmann combined unused interviews with survivor Yehuda Lerner shot during the making of Shoah , along with new footage of Lerner, to tell the story of the revolt and escape in his followup documentary Sobibor, October 14, , 4 p.

In the American TV miniseries Holocaust broadcast in four parts, one of the principal characters, Rudi Weiss, a German Jew, is captured by the Nazis during a partisan attack upon a German convoy.

Knocked unconscious, he wakes up in Sobibor, where he meets the Russian prisoners of war. The prisoners are initially suspicious of him as a possible German spy planted within their midst, but he wins their trust and becomes part of the group that kills German SS officers as part of the uprising.

Weiss and his new POW comrades successfully escape Sobibor during the mass break-out. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses, see Sobibor disambiguation. The main gate as it appeared in March The fence was thatched with pine branches in order to block the view inside.

Richard Thomalla camp Erwin Lambert gas chambers. Further information: The Holocaust in Poland.

See also: List of Sobibor extermination camp personnel. Main article: List of victims of Sobibor. Further information: List of survivors of Sobibor.

Further information: Sobibor trial. The Holocaust Explained. Jewish Cultural Centre, London. Archived from the original on 19 September Retrieved 20 September — via Internet Archive.

As part of the concealment of the camp's purpose, some Dutch Jews dislodging at the ramp were ordered to write "calming letters" to their relatives in the Netherlands, with made-up details about the welcome and living conditions.

Immediately after that, they were taken to the gas chambers. Digitaal Monument Joodse Gemeenschap in Nederland. Joods Monument.

Retrieved 17 May Retrieved 15 June Archived from the original on 7 March Retrieved 7 March Retrieved on 17 May Vernietigingskamp Sobibor.

De Bataafsche Leeuw. The Huffington Post, 18 September Retrieved 15 January BBC News. Retrieved 4 June — via www.

Indiana University Press. Times of Israel. Retrieved 5 June Arad, Yitzhak Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka. The Operation Reinhard Death Camps.

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Les lignes de mon corps sont dures et nettes. Mes seins ont fondu. La peau est tendue sur ma poitrine comme celle d'un tambour.

Si je me tourne, je sais que le bas de mon dos est plat. Plus de rondeurs, plus de fesses. Je me trouve belle.

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J'ai couru aux toilettes. En traversant le camp 1 , ils peuvent apercevoir des jardins joliment entretenus, des ateliers. Bien au contraire , il faut voir le contentement qui s'affiche sur leurs faces.

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Despite these divisions in the camp, prisoners found ways to support each other. Much of this support went to sick or injured prisoners, who were given clandestine food [79] [80] as well as medicine and sanitary supplies stolen from the camp pharmacy.

For instance, members of the railway brigade attempted to warn newly arrived prisoners of their impending murder but were met with incredulity.

Prisoners suffered from poor health due to sleep deprivation, malnourishment, stress, and the physical and emotional toll of grueling labour and constant beatings.

In order to increase the continuity of its labour force, the SS officers instituted a policy allowing incapacitated prisoners three days to recover.

Prisoners who were still unable to work after three days were shot. Food in the camp was extremely limited.

As at other Lublin district camps, prisoners were given about grams of bread for breakfast along with ersatz coffee.

Lunch was typically a thin soup sometimes with some potatoes or horse meat. Dinner could be once again simply coffee. Those working in the forest could smuggle mushrooms back into the camp.

A barter system developed in the camp, which included not only prisoners but also the watchmen , who could serve as intermediaries between the Jews and local peasants, exchanging jewels and cash for food and liquor in exchange for a large cut.

Most prisoners had little or no access to hygiene and sanitation. Prisoners lived in constant fear of SS officers, who used extreme violence to enforce not only the official camp rules but also their own personal whims.

SS officers carried 80 centimeter whips which had been specially made by slave labor prisoners using leather taken from the luggage of gas chamber victims.

In particular, many survivors remember an unusually large and aggressive St. Prisoners were assigned to the penal brigade for a period of three days, but most died before their time was up.

Prisoners developed complex relationships with their tormenters. In order to avoid the most extreme cruelties, many tried to ingratiate themselves with the SS officers, [] for instance by choosing maudlin German folk songs when ordered to sing.

SS-Oberscharfuhrer Karl Frenzel took a liking to Saartje Wijnberg , constantly smiling at her and teasingly referring to her and Chaim Engel as "bride and groom".

In particular, Stangl objected to the implication that his habit of bringing Smajzner sausages on the sabbath had been a deliberate attempt to torment the starving teenager.

Szmajzner himself wasn't sure of Stangl's intentions: "it's perfectly true that he seemed to like me… still, it was funny, wasn't it, that he always brought it on a Friday evening?

Sobibor was staffed by a rotating group of eighteen to twenty-two German and Austrian SS officers. None of the others --although they were, in different ways, so much worse than he-- showed this to such an extent.

He had this perpetual smile on his face. Reichleitner was an alcoholic and a determined anti-semite who took little interest in what went on in the camp aside from the extermination process.

Day-to-day operations were generally handled by SS-Oberscharfuhrer Gustav Wagner , the most feared and hated man in Sobibor.

Prisoners regarded him as brutal, demanding, unpredictable, observant, and sadistic. They referred to him as "The Beast" and "Wolf".

The SS officers were all German or Austrian men, generally from lower middle class backgrounds. Many had previously worked as merchants, artisans, farmhands, nurses, and policemen.

In particular, a large contingent had previously served together at Hartheim Euthanasia Centre. Many practices developed at Hartheim were continued at Sobibor, including methods for deceiving victims on the way to the gas chambers.

The SS officers exercised absolute authority over the prisoners and treated them as a source of entertainment. Others recount being forced to sing demeaning songs like "I am a Jew with a big nose".

The SS men considered their job appealing. It offered them numerous creature comforts not available to soldiers fighting on the Eastern Front.

The officer's compound in the camp had a canteen, a bowling alley, and a barber shop. The "officers' country club" was a short distance away, on nearby Perepsza Lake.

In all, an officer at Sobibor could earn marks per month in pay. In one case, the SS officers enslaved a year-old goldsmith prodigy named Shlomo Szmajzner , who made them rings and monograms from gold extracted out of gas chamber victims' teeth.

Sobibor was guarded by approximately watchmen. Prisoners regarded the watchmen as the most dangerous among the Sobibor staff, their cruelty even surpassing that of the SS officers.

The contingent of watchmen was divided into platoons, each headed by a Volksdeutscher. After the revolt, watchmen were not permitted to join in the search for the escapees, since the SS were afraid that they would desert.

Instead, they were sent back to Trawniki. On either 16 or 18 May , Sobibor became fully operational and began mass gassings.

Trains entered the railway siding with the unloading platform, and the Jews on board were told they were in a transit camp.

They were forced to hand over their valuables, were separated by sex and told to undress. The nude women and girls, recoiling in shame, were met by the Jewish workers who cut off their hair in a mere half a minute.

Among the Friseur barbers were Toivi Blatt age On these occasions, he used to wear a white coat to give the impression he was a physician.

Michel announced to the Jews that they would be sent to work. But before this they would have to take baths and undergo disinfection , so as to prevent the spread of diseases.

After undressing, the Jews were taken through the "Tube", by an SS man leading the way, with five or six Ukrainians at the back hastening the Jews along.

After the Jews entered the gas chambers, the Ukrainians closed the doors. After the gassing, the doors were opened, and the corpses were removed by the Sonderkommando members.

Local Jews were delivered in absolute terror, amongst screaming and pounding. Foreign Jews, on the other hand were treated with deceitful politeness.

Passengers from Westerbork , Netherlands had a comfortable journey. There were Jewish doctors and nurses attending them and no shortage of food or medical supplies on the train.

Sobibor did not seem like a genuine threat. After the killing in the gas chambers, the corpses were collected by Sonderkommando and taken to mass graves or cremated in the open air.

Between , and , Jews were murdered at Sobibor. The precise death toll is unknown, since no complete record survives.

Later research has reached the same figure drawing on more specific documentation, [] although other recent studies have given lower estimates such as Jules Schelvis 's figure of , [].

According to historian Marek Bem, "The range of scientific research into this question shows how rudimentary our current knowledge is of the number of victims of this extermination camp.

One major source which can be used to estimate the death toll is the Höfle Telegram , a collection of SS cables which give precise numbers of "recorded arrivals" at each of the Operation Reinhard camps prior to 31 December Identical numbers are found in the Korherr Report , another surviving Nazi document.

These sources both report , arrivals at Sobibor during the year , [] but the meaning of this figure is open to interpretation.

Some scholars such as Marek Bem suggest that it refers only to Jews arriving from within the General Government. Other key sources of information include records of particular transports sent to Sobibor.

In some cases, this information is detailed and systematic. For instance, the Dutch Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies archive contains precise records of each transport sent to Sobibor from the Netherlands, totaling 34, individuals.

Many of the difficulties in reaching a firm death toll arise from the incompleteness of surviving evidence. Records of deportations are more likely to exist when they took place by train, meaning that estimates likely undercount the number of prisoners brought on trucks, horse-drawn carts, or by foot.

For example, while a letter from Albert Ganzenmüller to Karl Wolff mentions past trains from Warsaw to Sobibor , no itineraries survive.

This is because small groups of new arrivals were occasionally selected to work in one of the nearby labor camps, rather than being gassed immediately as was the norm.

Other figures have been given which differ from what is indicated by reliable historical evidence.

Numbers as high as 3 million appear in reports requested immediately after the war by the Central Commission for the Investigation of German Crimes in Poland.

Many recall a camp rumour that Heinrich Himmler 's visit in February was intended to celebrate the millionth victim, [] and others suggest figures even higher.

Historian Marek Bem suggests that survivors' estimates disagree with the record because they reflect "the state of their emotions back then, as well as the drama and the scale of tragedy which happened in Sobibor".

On the afternoon of 14 October , members of the Sobibor underground covertly killed most of the on-duty SS officers and then led roughly prisoners to freedom.

This revolt was one of three uprisings by Jewish prisoners in extermination camps, the other being that of Treblinka extermination camp on 2 August which freed up to escapees.

A similar revolt at Auschwitz-Birkenau on 7 October led to one of the crematoria being blown up, but nearly all the insurgents were killed.

Planning for the uprising began in the summer of in response to rumors that the camp would soon be closed. These rumors were sparked by a decrease in the frequency of transports and seemingly confirmed by a comment from a loose-lipped SS officer.

Be aware that you will be killed also! Avenge us! An escape committee of roughly seven Polish Jews began meeting in June His job in the sorting barracks gave him access to additional food, sparing him from the hunger which robbed other workers of their mental acuity.

In light of previous betrayals and the ever-looming threat of collective punishment, they felt unable to include others in their meetings.

This insularity severely limited their capacity to form a plan, since none of their members had the military or strategic experience necessary to carry out a mass escape.

As a result, their discussions stalled by late September. Among those selected for work was Alexander Pechersky , a political commissar who would go on to lead the revolt.

The members of the escape committee approached the newly arrived Russians with both excitement and caution. Feldhendler was shocked to discover Pechersky's limited ability to speak Yiddish , the common language of Eastern European Jews.

However, the two were able to communicate in Russian, and Pechersky agreed to attend. At the meeting, Pechersky gave a speech and took questions while his friend Solomon Leitman translated into Yiddish.

Over the next few weeks, Pechersky met regularly with the escape committee. Digging such a tunnel would have been a delicate operation.

Since the camp was surrounded by a minefield, the tunnel would have to extend a long distance and be fairly deep.

However, the tunnel could not be too far underground since the swampy ground suggested a high water table. Even if these geological problems could be overcome, there remained the problem of how to lead people through the tunnel without being caught.

The ultimate idea for the revolt came to Pechersky while he was assigned to the forest brigade, chopping wood near Lager III.

While working, he heard the sound of a child in the gas chamber screaming "Mama! Overcome with his feeling of powerlessness and reminded of his own daughter Elsa, he decided that the plan could not be a mere escape.

Rather, it would have to be a revolt. About out of the prisoners in the camp escaped into the forests. Dutch historian and Sobibor survivor Jules Schelvis estimates that inmates perished in the Sobibor revolt, killed by the guards or in the minefield surrounding the camp.

A further were killed either by the SS, Wehrmacht, or Orpo police units pursuing the escapees. Some 53 insurgents died of other causes between the day of the revolt and 8 May There were 58 known survivors, 48 male and 10 female, from among the Arbeitshäftlinge prisoners performing slave-labour for the daily operation of Sobibor.

Their time in the camp ranged from several weeks to almost two years. A handful of inmates managed to escape while assigned to the Waldkommando felling and preparing of trees for the body disposal pyres.

The day after the revolt, the SS shot all prisoners still inside the camp. The commandant's house exists today as a private residence, but the forestry tower was demolished in after decaying nearly to the point of collapse.

Several thousand deportees to Sobibor were spared the gas chambers because they were transferred to slave-labour camps in the Lublin reservation , upon arriving at Sobibor.

These people spent several hours at Sobibor and were transferred almost immediately to slave-labour projects including Majdanek and the Lublin airfield camp , where materials looted from the gassed victims were prepared for shipment to Germany.

Most of these prisoners were killed in the November massacre Operation Harvest Festival , or perished in other ways before the end of the war.

Frenzel was sentenced to life imprisonment for personally killing 6 Jews and participating in the mass murder of an additional , Bolender committed suicide before sentencing.

A few of the watchmen who served at Sobibor were brought to trial in the Soviet Union , including B. Bielakow, M. Matwijenko, I.

Nikifor, W. Podienko, F. Tichonowski, Emanuel Schultz, and J. They were convicted of treason and war crimes and were subsequently executed.

In April , at a court in Kiev where Alexander Pechersky was the chief prosecution witness, ten former watchmen were found guilty and executed.

One was sentenced to 15 years in prison. In May , John Demjanjuk was convicted for being an accessory to the murder of 28, Jews while serving as a watchman at Sobibor.

He died in a German nursing home on 17 March , aged 91, while awaiting the hearing. In the first twenty years after the war, the site of the camp was practically deserted.

The first monuments to Sobibor victims were erected on the site in Installed by the Council for the Protection of Struggle and Martyrdom Sites , these consisted of a memorial wall, an obelisk symbolizing the gas chambers, a sculpture of a mother and her child, and a mausoleum called the "Memory Mound".

New walkways were introduced with signs indicating points of interest, but close to the burial pits, bone fragments still litter the area.

Until the s, little was known about the physical site of the camp beyond what survivors and perpetrators could recall.

After the revolt, the camp had been dismantled and planted over with trees, concealing evidence of what happened there. While some of these pits appear to have been mass graves, others may have been used for open air cremation.

Thus, they were able to partially map out the perimeter of the former camp site, which had not previously been known.

In , the duo of Wojciech Mazurek and Yoram Haimi began to conduct small-scale investigations.

In accordance with Jewish law , these excavations avoided mass graves and were supervised by Polish rabbis. Their discovery of the foundations of the gas chambers, in , attracted worldwide media attention.

Between and , thousands of personal items belonging to victims were uncovered by the teams. At the ramp, large dumps of household items, including "glasses, combs, cutlery, plates, watches, coins, razors, thimbles, scissors, toothpaste" were found, but few valuables; Schute suggests that these items are indicative of victims' hopes to survive as forced laborers.

In Camp 3, the area around the gas chambers, household items were not found but "gold fillings, dentures, pendants, earrings, and a gold ring" were.

Schute notes that such objects could have been concealed by naked individuals, and argues that it is evidence for the "processing" of bodies at this location.

In , the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum acquired a collection of photographs and documents from the descendants of Johann Niemann.

These photos show daily life amongst the camp staff. Many show the perpetrators drinking, playing music, and playing chess with one another.

These photos are significant because there had previously only been two known photographs of Sobibor during its operation.

These materials have been published in a German language book and ebook by Metropol Verlag entitled Fotos aus Sobibor.

The photos received voluminous press coverage because two of them appear to show John Demjanjuk in the camp. The mechanics of Sobibor death camp were the subject of interviews filmed on location for the documentary film Shoah by Claude Lanzmann.

Mon secret pour vivre. Ataraxie, anorexie, oubli. Je suis debout face au miroir de la salle de bains. J'observe mon reflet.

Mes pommettes sont lisses et dures. Plus bas, on distingue les tendons qui viennent fermement s'arrimer sur le haut de mon torse.

Les lignes de mon corps sont dures et nettes. Mes seins ont fondu. La peau est tendue sur ma poitrine comme celle d'un tambour.

Si je me tourne, je sais que le bas de mon dos est plat. Plus de rondeurs, plus de fesses. Je me trouve belle. J'avais peur. Ma faim.

J'allais perdre mes kilos superflus, mes bourrelets. Et je le ferais pour lui! Rapidement, c'est devenu ma drogue : j'avais besoin de manger rien.

Mamouchka venait de mourir. La panique m'a envahie. Il fallait que je me calme, que je fasse taire mon chagrin, n'importe comment. J'ai couru au frigo.

J'ai englouti. J'ai couru aux toilettes. En traversant le camp 1 , ils peuvent apercevoir des jardins joliment entretenus, des ateliers.

Bien au contraire , il faut voir le contentement qui s'affiche sur leurs faces. Pour peu, certains danseraient de joie. Les Ukrainiens font entrer tout se petit monde dans les douches et Fuchs met le moteur Diesel en marche.

Eva a vu son fils partir avec une petite colonne de gamins. Il souriait. J'imagine Eva. Je la vois.

Je suis Eva. Au-dedans d'elle, il y a un grand vide soudain. Le monde s'est tu. Devant elle, il n'y a plus rien. Jean Molla - "Plus tard".

Journal d'Anne Frank Anne Frank. Un secret Philippe Grimbert. Zouck Pierre Bottero. Le carnet de Grauku Sophie Laroche.

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