Every Victim Has a Name

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A well illustrated album, which summarizes several years’ research works conducted by the Museum – Memorial Site in Bełżec

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Author: Ewa Koper
Pages: 205
Issue year: 2014
Language: Polish/English
ISBN 978-83-62816-19-4
Publisher: Państwowe Muzeum na Majdanku
Binding: hardcover
Width (mm): 215
Height (mm): 300
Weigth (g): 2

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In the 10th anniversary of the foundation of the Museum – Memorial Site in Bełżec the album, which summarizes several years’ research works conducted by the Museum – Memorial Site in Bełżec, was published. Ewa Koper’s publication entitled “Every Victim Has a Name” commemorates 750 people who were murdered in the Bełżec extermination camp. Their fate was illustrated by 260 photographs published in the book.

The photographic material consisting mainly of the portraits, which were taken before the war had begun, is supplemented with short biographical entries of the presented people and additional information about their relatives. The publication is divided into three chapters devoted to the fate of the people who were deported to Bełżec from Lublin, Galicia and Cracow districts. At the end of the book there is an index of people.

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Every Victim Has a Name

Every Victim Has a Name

A well illustrated album, which summarizes several years’ research works conducted by the Museum – Memorial Site in Bełżec