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Treblinka Camp

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Treblinka Extermination Camp By: Riley Melton What was it? Major Nazi concentration and extermination camp in Poland.
It is located near the village of Treblinka, fifty miles northeast of the main Warsaw Bialystok railway line.
It was the second extermination camp. Opened in July 1942, as an extermination camp for the Jews as part of the, “final solution to the Jewish question." Leaders In August 1942 the camp's first commander, Irmfried Eberl was replaced by another SS (Nazi paramilitary corps) officer, Franz Stangl, who had previously served at Sobibor.
Treblinka's German staff, numbering some 30 men, including Stangl, were all veterans of the T4 Program.
Some of the officers were assigned to take the gold teeth, dentures, and other valuable items from the Jewish corpses. Total The Nazis murdered between 1.1 million and 1.5 million people at Auschwitz, 750,000–900,000 at Treblinka, and at least 600,000 at Belzec during its 10 months of operation. Some History

The first concentration camps were established in 1933 for the confinement of opponents of the Nazi Party—Communists and Social Democrats.
After the outbreak of World War II, the camp inmates were used as a supplementary labor supply, and such camps expanded throughout Europe.
Inmates were required to work for their wages in food; those unable to work usually died of starvation, and those who did not starve often died of overwork.
Some were also put in the crematorium. Pictures Important history Ways they killed At Chelmno, the first of the extermination camps, the Nazis used mobile gas vans.
The Nazi soldiers would round up the Jews and shoot them spot on.
The Jews were told that they were taking a simple shower, but it was the deadly gas chambers.
Another way was the SS soldiers would travel to where the Jews lived and kill them there. Death Warsaw Ghetto Uprising The Nazis transfers nearly 5,000 Jews to the death camp at Treblinka.
Between July and September 1942, the Nazis shipped about 265,000 Jews from Warsaw to Treblinka.
Only some 55,000 remained in the ghetto. Location It is located near the village of Treblinka, fifty miles northeast of the main Warsaw Bialystok railway line.
Treblinka was located in the northeastern region of the General Government. Fun Facts During war, civilians have been concentrated in camps to prevent them from engaging in guerrilla warfare or from providing aid to enemy forces, or simply as a means of terrorizing the populace into submission.
Over 6,000,000 Jews were killed in the Holocaust.
Treblinka was one of many concentration camps.
Some camps,like this one, killed up to 100,000 people,not just Jews. Concentration camps Transportation People were transported from the Warsaw to the Treblinka camp
They had to ride for ten days and nights with no food or water.
They rode in a train with barely any space to sit down.
The train car help up to 80 people a car.
Many people died during the long ride to the death camp. Prison inside of Prison Works Cited The title doesn't lie. At the camps there was a prison inside of the camp.
People assigned there were either gone crazy or being defiant of the Nazi Soldiers. "concentration camp." Encyclopedia Britannica. Encyclopedia Britannica Online School Edition.
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http://www.school.eb.com/eb/article-9076148 These two men are survivors of the Treblinka Concentration Camps.
These men fought for there lives at this death camp.
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