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  Death Camp Treblinka
The extermination camp at Treblinka in which hundreds of thousands of Jews were murdered was built in the spring of 1942 near an existing penal labour camp and covered an area of 17 hectares.
The first railway transports of victims destined for destruction arrived at the Treblinka camp on June 22, 1942, and from that time there was a constant stream of fresh arrivals.
In February or March, 1943, Himmler visited Treblinka, and the eradication of all traces of the crimes by wholesale burning of corpses began.
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 frontline: shtetl: Treblinka | PBS
As with all villages and towns within a twenty to thirty mile radius of this death camp, Treblinka was the final destination for the nearly 2500 Jews of Bransk.
Treblinka, established in 1941 as a forced labor camp for those accused of crimes by the occupation authorities was located 50 miles northeast of Warsaw, Poland.
Treblinka opened with three gas chambers in operation but quickly expanded to at least six.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/pages/frontline/shtetl/treblinka   (1611 words)

  
  Treblinka extermination camp - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Treblinka was one of three camps of Operation Reinhard, the other two being Belzec and Sobibór.
Treblinka was ready on July 24, 1942, when the shipping of Jews began: "According to the SS Brigadeführer Jürgen Stroop report, a total of approximately 310,000 Jews were transported in freight trains from the Warsaw Ghetto to Treblinka during the period from July 22 to October 3, 1942."
Treblinka I was further divided into two parts: The first part was the administrative section, which included barracks for the SS troops, the Ukrainian guards, the camp commander's barrack, a bakery, a storage and barracks for the 1,000 prisoners who were used to operate the camp.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Treblinka_extermination_camp   (2428 words)

  
 Treblinka
Treblinka was one of the Nazi's main camps and it was located between two towns in Poland named Siedlce and Malkinia.
Treblinka II covered an area of 17 hectares and was also near a penal labor camp.
Treblinka first was manned with three gas chambers, but as time went on and more Jews arrived the need for more arose and three more were constructed.
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 Treblinka
The authorities at the Treblinka I forced-labor camp consisted of a small staff of German SS and police officials (between 15 and 25) and a police auxiliary guard of approximately 90 men, all of whom had been trained at the Trawniki training camp.
Unlike Treblinka II, whose commandant reported to the Operation Reinhard authorities, the commandant of Treblinka I was subordinate to the SS and Police Leader in Warsaw.
Deportations to Treblinka came mainly from the ghettos of the Warsaw and Radom districts in Generalgouvernement.
www.ushmm.org /wlc/article.php?lang=en&ModuleId=10005193   (1427 words)

  
 Stroop on Treblinka
Holocaust-deniers claim that the Treblinka death camp was in fact merely a transit camp, where Jews were kept for a short while before being sent to work somewhere else.
The dismantlement of Treblinka began after Himmler's visit to the headquarters of Operation Reinhard and the death camps in late February and early March 1943.
To the contrary, credible reports of transfers of Jews from Treblinka eastwards to the occupied Soviet territories, the relative lack of secrecy and security in the camp, and the small size of the area where the bodies were supposedly buried, all suggest instead that this was a transit center.
www.holocaust-history.org /stroop-on-treblinka   (1049 words)

  
 Treblinka, Hitlers SS camp
The Extermination Camp at Treblinka in which hundreds of thousands of Jews were murdered was built in the spring of 1942 near an existing penal labour camp and covered an area of 17 hectares.
Treblinka was initially supervised by SS-Obersturmfuhrer Imfried Eberl.
The first railway transports of victims destined for destruction arrived at the Treblinka camp on June 22, 1942, and from that time there was a constant stream of fresh arrivals.
www.auschwitz.dk /Treblinka.htm   (574 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Treblinka extermination camp Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Treblinka was one of three camps of Operation Reinhard.
But Treblinka was ready on July 24, 1942, when the shipping of Jews began: "According to the SS Brigadeführer Jürgen Stroop report, a total of approximately 310,000 Jews were transported in freight trains from the Warsaw ghetto to Treblinka during the period from July 22, 1942 to October 3, 1942" ([1]).
The camp of Treblinka was located 62 miles northeast of the Polish capital Warsaw ([6]), 550 yards from the Malkinia-Koskow highway, about one and a half miles from the Treblinka railroad station ([8]).
www.ipedia.com /treblinka_extermination_camp.html   (2147 words)

  
 Treblinka
Approximately 2.5 miles southeast of the villiage was Treblinka II, the death camp.
[Kurt] Franz [Commandment of Treblinka] maintained an execution spot camoflaged as a hospital; attached to it was a grave 25 X 10 ft in which a fire was kept burning continuously.
In the fall of 1943, Treblinka was dismantled, and the prisoners remaining were killed.
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 Treblinka - A transit camp
Treblinka was a transit camp where Jewish Communists and Fifth Columnists were deloused, between trains, before being deported to occupied Russia.
Treblinka exterminated Jews for eleven months, starting in July 1942, and 2,000,000 were killed and buried.
Treblinka played a major role in the deportation of Jews from the Warsaw ghetto to labor camps and ghettos farther east.
judicial-inc.biz /Treblinka.htm   (980 words)

  
 Treblinka
Treblinka was built in the Spring of 1942.
Parts of Treblinka were destroyed during subsequent revolts, and on October 20, 1943, the last Jews of Treblinka were brought to the camp for extermination.
Today, Treblinka is a sudden break in the trees, populated by 17,000 stones of various sizes and colors.
www.paulasays.com /articles/about_poland/treblinka.html   (622 words)

  
 The Treblinka Extermination Camp. Central Commission of the Investigation of German Crimes in Poland.
The railway records at Treblinka station have a1so been consulted, as well as documents and coins dug out during the levelling of the surface; and the results of legal and medical inquiries, as well was the sworn evidence of a land surveyor, were used by the prosecutors.
The Extermination Camp at Treblinka in which hundreds of thousands of Jews were murdered is situated near the village of Wolka-Okraglik, in the commune of Kosow, district of Sokolow Podlaski, province (voivodship) of Warsaw.
At a short distance, along the north-western and northern boundaries of the camp, the road from Kosow to Malkinia and the railway from Siedlce to Malkinia run parallel, but owing to the undulating, wooded character of the region, the grounds of the camp are invisible alike from the road and from the railway.
www.ess.uwe.ac.uk /genocide/gcpoltreb1.htm   (3156 words)

  
 Shofar FTP Archives: people/a/allen.andrew/weber-allen-treblinka.9605
The type of gas used to kill the people there [Treblinka] cannot be determined with certainty because none of the witnesses was able to witness this procedure, the judges declared in their verdict.
Treblinka Labor Camp About one mile (1.5 km) from the extermination camp, which was known as Treblinka II, was a penal labor camp for Poles and Jews known as Treblinka I. It was not at all secret.
Treblinka was erected in late May- earlier June 42; first "transport" on July 23; and dismantled at the end of November 43.
www.vex.net /~nizkor/ftp.cgi/ftp.py?people/a/allen.andrew/weber-allen-treblinka.9605   (7340 words)

  
 Treblinka   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the extermination camp Treblinka in a densely wooded and sparsely populated part of the northeast of the "Generalgouvernment", approximately 870,000 people - mostly Jews - but also Roma and Sinti were murdered in the course of "Aktion Reinhard" from July 1942 until the dismantling of the camp in the fall of 1943.
The same as the camps of Sobibor and Belzec, the camp measured 400 to 600 square meters, and was fenced in with barbed wire that was camouflaged with branches.
The sum total of all the victims from Austria in Treblinka extermination camp is difficult to establish.
www.doew.at /projekte/holocaust/shoahengl/treblinka.html   (335 words)

  
 Treblinka
Treblinka II, constructed using German firms, Polish prisoners and Jews, would serve as an elimination center for the Jews of central Europe.
The Star of David on the front wall of Treblinka's gas house, and the Hebrew inscriptions on the curtain that hung at the entrance that read, "This is the gate through which the righteous pass," are just two examples.
From outside Poland many thousands of Jews were transported to and killed in Treblinka: 7.000 from Slovakia, 8,000 from Theresienstadt concentration camp, 4,000 Jews from Greece, and 7,000 Jews from the Macedonia portion of Bulgaria.
www.fortunecity.com /campus/bethel/1061/treblinka.htm   (1445 words)

  
 Treblinka Death Camp   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Treblinka, established in 1941 as a forced labor camp for those accused of crimes by the occupation authorities was located 50 miles northeast of Warsaw, Poland.
Within a year of opening what would be referred to as Treblinka I, a second camp was built that would become a critical link in the Third Reich's plan to exterminate the Jewish people.
Like all of the other death camps, Treblinka adhered to a specific routine that supported the ruse of resettlement and which minimized the chances of Jewish rebellion or resistance.
www.lasalle.edu /~humists1/treblinka.html   (339 words)

  
 Treblinka
The camp was constructed in 1941 for slaveworkers, later on Treblinka II was formed by nazi firms, polish workers and Jews.
Treblinka II would be the elimination centre of Treblinka...
At the walls of Treblinka gaschambers there was a davidstar or jewstar and a Hebrewic inscription wich was on a curtain at the entrance.
www.geocities.com /herrvermylen2/Treblinka.html   (634 words)

  
 Treblinka Extermination Camp (Poland)
Within a year of opening what would be referred to as Treblinka I, a second camp was built that would become a critical link in the Third Reich's plan to exterminate the Jewish people.
Treblinka II, constructed using German firms, Polish prisoners and Jews, would serve as an elimination center for the Jews of central Europe.
From outside Poland many thousands of Jews were transported to and killed in Treblinka: 7.000 from Slovakia, 8,000 from Theresienstadt concentration camp, 4,000 Jews from Greece, and 7,000 Jews from the Macedonia portion of Bulgaria.
www.jewishgen.org /ForgottenCamps/Camps/TreblinkaEng.html   (1639 words)

  
 ::Treblinka::
Treblinka was a death camp built 60 miles north-east of Warsaw.
Stangl wanted Treblinka to be as efficient as was possible and such issues were to him a triviality that trespassed on good practice.
What had been built at Treblinka was destroyed by those who had built it and replaced with trees and shrubs.
www.historylearningsite.co.uk /treblinka.htm   (355 words)

  
 Treblinka, one of six Nazi extermination centers in Poland.
Treblinka I was opened in December 1941 as a medium forced-labor camp.
A second, larger and ultra secret camp referred to as T. Treblinka II) in official dispatches, was located one mile from the first and opened in July of the year 1942 as an extermination camp for Jews marked for the Final Solution.
The staff at both Treblinka I and II was made up of thirty SS officers and two to three hundred Ukrainians belonging to the SS auxiliary services.
www.cympm.com /treblinka.html   (789 words)

  
 Holocaust Survivors: Encyclopedia - "Treblinka"   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Treblinka was purely a death camp, the small number of prisoners there functioned only to run the camp, unlike Auschwitz which maintained a large prisoner population as slave laborers.
Treblinka was located in a heavily wooded area in a sparsely populated part of Poland near the diminutive Malkinia railway station.
Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: The Operation Reinhard Death Camps
www.holocaustsurvivors.org /data.show.php?di=record&da=encyclopedia&ke=114   (568 words)

  
 Treblinka
Treblinka became the focus of worldwide attention in 1987-1988 during the 14-month trial in Jerusalem of John (Ivan) Demjanjuk, a Ukrainian-born American factory worker.
Interestingly, it was not until September 1, 1942, that the Treblinka train station was closed to passenger rail travel by the general public ("to permit a smooth handling of the special resettlement trains"), which suggests that German officials were not particularly concerned with keeping the deportations or the station secret.
Between April and July 1943, the corpses of Treblinka's hundreds of thousands of victims were allegedly dug up from the burial pits and burned with "dry wood and branches" on grids made of rails in batches of 2,000 or 2,500.
www.ihr.org /jhr/v12/v12p133_Allen.html   (5820 words)

  
 ash rain | Treblinka
Treblinka, which was built between the two Polish cities Siedelce and Malkinia, was one of the most important extermination-camps during the war.
It was Jewish and Polish slave workers who built the camp under SS supervision.
The situation got, after some time, so tense that the camp was shot down a great deal of time before it was intended.
library.thinkquest.org /28260/english/thecamps/treblinka_e.html   (254 words)

  
 Final Solution:  Resistance: Treblinka
That day a new shipment of prisoners had arrived, and it was undecided which group of prisoners was going to be killed - the new group or the old group, so the guards lined up all the prisoners for roll-call.
All the acts of resistance attempted at Treblinka were not made solely by individuals.
Many prisoners jumped from moving trains on the way to Treblinka, others dug underground tunnels leading to outside of the perimeter of the camp, while still more would hide in railway cars which were leaving the camp.
cghs.dade.k12.fl.us /ib_holocaust2001/Final_Solution/resistance/treblinka.htm   (1655 words)

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