Majdanek is roughly four kilometers away from the center of the Polish city Lublin. It was established in October 1941 as a prisoner-of-war camp. In February 1943, it was turned into a concentration camp.
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Communique of the Polish-Soviet Extraordinary Commission for Investigating the Crimes Committed by the Germans in the Majdanek Extermination Camp in Lublin
Report detailing the categories of prisoners in the camp, the tortures practiced, the shooting of prisoners, and asphyxiation by gas.
In the Middle of Europe
Pictures and history of the camp.
Jewish Virtual Library: Majdanek
History of the camp, plus a comparison to the modern day.
The Leuchter Report: Majdanek
Contains revisionist theory about how many people were exterminated at the camp.
History of the camp, plus pictures of the room of shoes and the hill of ashes.
Contains history of the camp, with a couple pictures.
Majdanek: An Overview
Learn about the layout and construction of the Nazi's second largest concentration camp.
Majdanek: Nazi Extermination Camp
Tour the camp, plus details of the gas chamber, crematorium, and about the liberation.
State Museum at Majdanek
Information about the museum, archives and collections.
Virtual Reality Movies: Majdanek
Contains several movies with short descriptions.
Contains brief overview of the camp.
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Last update:March 22, 2016 at 13:38:19 UTC