Author(s): Richard Glazar
Subject(s): History, Political history, Social history, Recent History (1900 till today), Special Historiographies:, Fascism, Nazism and WW II, History of the Holocaust
Published by: Ośrodek KARTA
Keywords: Jews; Jew; ghetto; Holocaust; Nazist; Nazism; Treblinka; death camp; prisoner
Summary/Abstract: Deeply touching and thrilling account of a Czech Jew. Glazar was one of only a few survivors of the Nazi death camp – Treblinka. He was transported to Treblinka in October 1942 and was one of the workers who sorted the belongings of those sent to the gas chambers. He survived several months working in the camp, knowing that he was working for a cause that killed thousands of Jews. On August 2, 1943, the prisoners of Treblinka broke out through a damaged gate during a revolt. While most of the escapees were arrested in proximity to the camp, Glazar escaped the area and made his way across Poland.
- Page Count: 223
- Publication Year: 2011
- Language: Polish