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At least 250,000 prisoners were murdered at the Sobibor Death Camp in the 18 months it operated during World War II. Only 48 survived.
The Sobibor death camp was located near the Sobibor village, which was located in the eastern part of the Lublin district of Poland, close to the Chelm – Wlodawa railway line.
A group portrait of some of the participants in the uprising at the Sobibor killing center. Leon “Leibl” Feldhendler is in the top row, far right.
The second extermination camp to come into operation through the Nazi “Operation Reinhard”, the extermination camp at Sobibor was established March 1942.Its first commandant, Franz Stangl, presided over about 700 Jewish workers engaged temporarily to service the camp, however this number would soon grow exponentially.
Directed by Konstantin Khabenskiy. With Konstantin Khabenskiy, Christopher Lambert, Mariya Kozhevnikova, Michalina Olszanska. "Sobibor" is based on the history of the Sobibór extermination camp uprising during WWII and Soviet officer Alexander Pechersky.
The small village of Sobibor is near the present-day eastern border of Poland, about three miles west of the Bug (Buh) River and five miles south of Wlodawa.
Sobibor: Sobibor, Nazi German extermination camp located in a forest near the village of Sobibór in the present-day Polish province of Lublin. Built in March 1942, it operated from May 1942 until October 1943, and its gas chambers killed a total of about 250,000 Jews, mostly from Poland and occupied areas
Historical research and first-hand account of Holocaust survivor Thomas 'Toivi' Blatt, who escaped from the Nazi death camp Sobibor during the prisoner-led Revolt on October 14, 1943
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