Witness Accounts By Former Sobibor Prisoners

Published: 2008-02-22

This series features a range of papers written by Thomas Kues during his research for the book Sobibór—Holocaust Propaganda and Reality authored by Jürgen Graf, Thomas Kues and Carlo Mattogno.



In this third part of my series of articles on the witness accounts left by former Jewish prisoners of the alleged “pure extermination camp" Sobibór, I will discuss statements made by four of the lesser known witnesses: Ada Licthman, her husband Itzhak Lichtman, Harold Werner, and Chaim Trager. In the …

The second part of my article series on the witness accounts left by former Jewish prisoners of the alleged extermination camp Sobibor I will devote to a single eyewitness, namely Dov Freiberg (also known as Ber or Berale Freiberg). Freiberg was born in Warsaw in 1927. His family lived in …

In contrast to Treblinka and Belzec, there (allegedly) exists no surviving witnesses from the "death camp proper" of Sobibor, usually designated Lager III. However, from among the fifty or sixty survivors of the October 1943 prisoner revolt, we have a number of accounts in which the witness claims to have …
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