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51°29' N, 23°39' E,

Near the village and railway station of Sobibor in the eastern part of the Lublin District, not far from the Chelm-Wlodawa railway line.

Polish archeologists excavated mass graves of charred human remains on top of decayed human remains in the Sobibor death camp. Only 52 prisoners survived this primitive gas chamber powered by automotive motor exhaust fumes. Source: Dateline, World Jewry, January 2002. [January 2002]

Sobibór extermination camp - Wikipedia

Sobibor - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Sobibor - Life and Death in the Sobibor Death Camp

Sobibor - The Forgotten Revolt, by Thomas Toivi Blatt

Sobibor Extermination Camp (Poland) - JewishGen

Sobibor Extermination Camp | Jewish Virtual Library

Death Camp Sobibor - Gates To Hell

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