Treblinka was an extermination camp operated by the Nazis as part of Operation Reinhard. It was operated from July 1942 until October 1943. The camp was located 100 km northeast of the Polish capital of Warsaw.
PBS report on the Treblinka death camp.
Institute for Historical Review: Treblinka
Presents revisionist theory that Treblinka was a transit station based on inconsistent stories of detainees.
Jewish Virtual Library: Treblinka
Contains photographs, interview with Franz Stangl, commandant or Treblinka, testimonies of SS-Men, and information on the trials of officers.
Testimonies of Treblinka SS-Men
Contains several short accounts from SS guards.
Contains roll of remembrance, several sketches of camp, history, and photos.
Overview of the camp based on other reports.
Contains story of what happened at this camp, with some photos.
Treblinka Extermination Camp
Shows pictures taken on a recent trip to Treblinka.
Treblinka: Operation Reinhard Camp
Includes an introduction, how to get there, and information about Janusz Korczak.
We Remember Treblinka
Several poems written about Treblinka, in English and Hebrew.
Wikipedia: Treblinka Extermination Camp
Contains brief overview of the camp.
A Year in Treblinka
A prisoner who escaped details the facts of life in this death camp.
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