(JTA) — Poland’s government offered to take over from a local authority the responsibility for preserving the grounds of the former Nazi death camp Treblinka, where 870,000 people were murdered. The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage made the offer in a letter it sent last week to the regional government of Mazovia, the Rzeczpospolita…
A Polish court changed the date of death of martyred Polish-Jewish humanitarian, Janusz Korczak, to reflect his death in the Treblinka Nazi death camp.
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Samuel Willenberg, the last known living survivor of the notorious Nazi extermination camp Treblinka is nearing the end of a life’s mission to tell of the horrors that he saw there.
In ‘Trieste,’ a darkly hypnotic World War II novel about an abducted son, Dasa Drndic combines historical fragments with excerpts of memoirs, poetry and photographs.
Warsaw residents, including representatives of the Jewish community, marked the 71st anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
Dr. Caroline Sturdy Colls is a British forensic archeologist, so she’s used to uncovering remains. But what she discovered at the Treblinka death camp forced her to tears.
The Israeli daughter of a Jew who escaped Treblinka will design a Holocaust education center to be opened on the premises of the Nazi death camp.
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This must watch documentary explains how Treblinka, Sobibor, and Belzec were not death camps, thereby debunking 1/3 of the holocaust. Asks questions like, “Would the Germans have really put a fence made out of tree branches around a deathcamp?” Banned at Youtube. 4 hours 15 min.