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Lev S. Simkin (2013)
Publisher: Sochi State University
Journal: Bylye Gody
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Alexander Pechersky, death camp, Sobibor, World War II, Jews, History of Russia. Soviet Union. Former Soviet Republics, DK1-4735
Here, the author introduces the interrogation of the witness Alexander Aronovich Pechersky, the leader of the German death camp Sobibor Revolt during the World War II. Special attention is attached to the daily life of the death camp. The picture of revolt preparation was completed
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