Killing center located in the Lublin district in eastern Poland. Sobibor opened in May 1942 and closed one day after a rebellion by its Jewish prisoners on October 14, 1943. At least 250,000 Jews were killed there.
Extermination camp located in the Lublin district of eastern Poland. Sobibór opened in May 1942 and closed the day after a rebellion by its Jewish prisoners on October 14, 1943. At least 250,000 Jews were killed there.
located in the Lublin District, general government where at least 200,000 Jews were murdered through carbon monoxide gas.
An extermination camp in Eastern Poland not far from Lublin, where approximately 250,000 Jews were killed from its opening in May 1942, until it was closed on October 14, 1943, one day after the prisoners revolted and blew up the camp. Most of the escapees were subsequently captured and killed.
A camp in Poland where an estimated 250,000 were killed. In 1943, prisoners blew up the camp and escaped, though most were later caught and killed.
Nazi extermination camp in eastern Poland where up to 200,000 Jews were killed between May 1942 and November 1943.
Death camp in Poland. An estimated 250,000 Jews died there in gas chambers. In 1943 Sobibor was blown up by prisoners who then escaped. Most were caught and killed.
Nazi Germany extermination camp in Eastern Poland where more than 200,000 Jews were exterminated between May of 1942 and November of 1944. It was the site of one of the largest and most heroic camp revolts in WW II.
Death camp located near Lubin, Poland