SS-Sonderkommando Sobibor. German Death Camp 1942–1943. Permanent Exhibition Catalogue EN

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The catalogue accompanies the permanent exhibition at the Museum and Memorial in Sobibór, which by means of hundreds of artifacts, documents, photographs, and accounts recalls the memory of around 180,000 Jews – men, women, and children sentenced to cruel death because of their ancestry.

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Author: Editor: Tomasz Kranz Text and captions under iconographic elements: Tomasz Kranz,Dariusz Libionka, Krzysztof Banach Exhibit descriptions: Aleksandra Szymula Biographic entries: Tomasz Oleksy-Zborowski
Pages: 216
Issue year: 2020
Language: English
ISBN 978-83-62816-62-0
Publisher: Państwowe Muzeum na Majdanku
Binding: softcover
Width (mm): 205
Height (mm): 290
Weigth (g): 1000

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The catalogue accompanies the permanent exhibition at the Museum and Memorial in Sobibór, which by means of hundreds of artifacts, documents, photographs, and accounts recalls the memory of around 180,000 Jews – men, women, and children sentenced to cruel death because of their ancestry. The catalogue is an excellent compendium for the audience of the exhibition, allowing interested persons to deepen their knowledge about the history of the former German death camp in Sobibór. Each chapter of the publication is an extension of sixteen thematic panels around which the narrative is built. The catalogue contains extensive iconography: reproductions of historical photographs and documents, maps; photographs of the most significant objects and views of the exhibition.

The book is available in Polish and English.

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The printing of the catalogue was financed by the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany.

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SS-Sonderkommando Sobibor. German Death Camp 1942–1943. Permanent Exhibition Catalogue EN

SS-Sonderkommando Sobibor. German Death Camp 1942–1943. Permanent Exhibition Catalogue EN

The catalogue accompanies the permanent exhibition at the Museum and Memorial in Sobibór, which by means of hundreds of artifacts, documents, photographs, and accounts recalls the memory of around 180,000 Jews – men, women, and children sentenced to cruel death because of their ancestry.