♥ Book Title : Treblinka
☯ Full Synopsis : "The inspiring story of the 600 Jews who revolted against their murderers and burned a Nazi death camp to the ground."Article| Jean-François Steiner| Statement ..."
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☯ Full Synopsis : "Chil Rajchman, a Polish Jew, was arrested with his younger sister in 1942 and sent to Treblinka, a death camp where more than 750,000 were murdered before it was abandoned by German soldiers. His sister was sent to the gas chambers, but Rajchman escaped execution, working for ten months under incessant threats and beatings as a barber, a clothes-sorter, a corpse-carrier, a puller of teeth from those same bodies. In August 1943, there was an uprising at the camp, and Rajchman was among the handful of men who managed to escape. In 1945, he set down this account, a plain, unembellished and exact record of the raw horror he endured every day. This unique testimony, which has remained in the sole possession of his family ever since, has never before been published in English. For its description of unspeakably cruelty, Treblinka is a memoir that will not be superseded. In addition to Rajchman's account, this volume will include the complete text of Vasily Grossman's "The Hell of Treblinka," one of the first descriptions of a Nazi extermination camp; a powerful and harrowing piece of journalism written only weeks after the camp was dissolved."Article| Chil Rajchman| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Extermination camp Treblinka
☯ Full Synopsis : "If Auschwitz is the central icon and memorial site of the Shoah, the death camps of Treblinka, Belzec and Sobibor, also located in Poland, remain in the shadows. The sites are neglected and the history little known. Yet this is where the Germans killed most of Europe's largest Jewish community, the Polish Jews, as well as others. Here, as opposed to Auschwitz, people were not imprisoned for long periods or exploited as labourers; they were killed as quickly and 'efficiently' as possible. This study by a Polish 'new generation' historian adds significantly to our knowledge of how the death machine functioned."Article| Witold Chrostowski| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Escaping Hell in Treblinka
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♥ Book Title : A Year in Treblinka
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Jankiel Wiernik| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Treblinka
☯ Full Synopsis : "It is claimed that at Treblinka camp, up to 3,000,000 Jews were murdered in 1942 and 1943. The weapons used were allegedly either stationary and/or mobile gas chambers, poison gases of both fast acting and slow acting varieties, unslaked lime, superheated steam, electricity, diesel exhaust fumes... This thorough study exposes the Treblinka hoax..."Article| Carlo Mattogno| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Last Jew of Treblinka
☯ Full Synopsis : "One of the few survivors of the Nazi death camp Treblinka during World War II, the author tells a riveting story of how he survived by becoming one of the workers whose grim task it was to tend to the dead and went on to take part in the Treblinka workers' revolt and later testified at a war-crime tribunal."Article| Chil Rajchman| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Revolt in Treblinka
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♥ Book Title : Shadows of Treblinka
☯ Full Synopsis : "Chronicles the authors' flight from the Nazis."Article| Miriam Kuperhand| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Surviving Treblinka
☯ Full Synopsis : "The author describes his experiences at the Treblinka death camp, explains how he and a small group of prisoners escaped, and recounts his life as a fugitive in Warsaw"Article| Samuel Willenberg| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Treblinka Death Camp
☯ Full Synopsis : "This book is the definitive account of one of history's most infamous death factories, where approximately 800,000 people lost their lives. From the Nazis who ran it to the Ukrainian guards and maids, the Jewish survivors, and the Poles living in the camp's shadow -- this text represents every perspective. It provides biographies of the Jews who perished in the death camp as well as those who escaped from Treblinka in individual efforts or as part of the mass prisoner uprising on August 2, 1943. It also includes unique and previously unpublished sketches of the camp's ramp area and gas chamber, drawn by survivors."Article| Chris Webb| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Driving to Treblinka
☯ Full Synopsis : "An intimate memoir recounting a woman's quest to solve the mystery of her Holocaust survivor father's death. As a child growing up in Vancouver in the 1950s and early '60s, Diana Wichtel knew there was something different about her family. Her parents were far from forthcoming about the harrowing details of her Jewish father's journey from Poland to Canada during the Second World War, often leaving young Diana with more questions than answers. She was told that during the War, Benjamin Wichtel and several members of his family were herded onto a train headed for the Treblinka extermination camp. Along the way, Benjamin seized the opportunity to jump off the train, leaving his loved ones behind. Evading the Nazis for the remainder of the War, Benjamin made his way to Canada and new life with a family of his own. But the past haunted him, and the pain of what he had gone through infiltrated his home life. When Diana was thirteen, her mother took her three children back to her native New Zealand, with the plan that Benjamin would follow them. However, the family never saw him again. After decades of unanswered questions, Diana (now a journalist), set out on her own to uncover what happened to her father. The search became an obsession as she uncovered information about his Warsaw family and their fate at the hands of the Nazis, scoured archives for clues to her father's disappearance, and visited the places he lived. This unforgettable memoir is a reflection on the meaning of family, the trauma of loss, and the insistence of memory."Article| Diana Wichtel| Statement ..."