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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  A mass grave in Treblinka opened in March 1943; the bodies were removed for burning. In the background, dark grey piles of ash from cremated bodies can be seen
  Sketch plan of Treblinka extermination camp, made by former commandant Franz Stangl
  
  

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  
  Symbolic concrete blocks mark the path of the former railway line at Treblinka
  Treblinka memorial stone for Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto. More than 310,000 people were sent from Warsaw to Treblinka in just over three months
  Nazi timetable for a "special resettlement train" (Umsiedlersonderzug) from Lukow to Siedlce to Treblinka, August 1942

Question 3:
Treblinka, Treblinka extermination camp and Sobibor extermination camp are all:
Jewish resistance during the Holocaust Treblinka extermination camp 1943 disestablishments 1942 in Poland

Question 4:
Treblinka, Treblinka extermination camp and Jankiel Wiernik are all:
Treblinka extermination camp 1943 disestablishments Jewish resistance during the Holocaust 1943 in Poland

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Treblinka memorial stone for Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto. More than 310,000 people were sent from Warsaw to Treblinka in just over three months
  Sketch plan of Treblinka extermination camp, made by former commandant Franz Stangl
  
  Sketch plan of Treblinka extermination camp, made by former commandant Franz Stangl

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Sign from Treblinka railway station on display at Yad Vashem
  Nazi timetable for a "special resettlement train" (Umsiedlersonderzug) from Lukow to Siedlce to Treblinka, August 1942
  Treblinka memorial stone for Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto. More than 310,000 people were sent from Warsaw to Treblinka in just over three months
  Symbolic concrete blocks mark the path of the former railway line at Treblinka

Question 7:
Treblinka, Treblinka extermination camp and Sobibor extermination camp are all:
Jewish resistance during the Holocaust 1943 disestablishments 1943 in Poland Treblinka extermination camp

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Nazi timetable for a "special resettlement train" (Umsiedlersonderzug) from Lukow to Siedlce to Treblinka, August 1942
  Sketch plan of Treblinka extermination camp, made by former commandant Franz Stangl
  Symbolic concrete blocks mark the path of the former railway line at Treblinka

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Nazi timetable for a "special resettlement train" (Umsiedlersonderzug) from Lukow to Siedlce to Treblinka, August 1942
  Symbolic concrete blocks mark the path of the former railway line at Treblinka
  Sign from Treblinka railway station on display at Yad Vashem
  

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  
  A mass grave in Treblinka opened in March 1943; the bodies were removed for burning. In the background, dark grey piles of ash from cremated bodies can be seen
  A memorial at Treblinka. Each stone represents a Jewish town or city, the population of which was exterminated at the camp
  Nazi timetable for a "special resettlement train" (Umsiedlersonderzug) from Lukow to Siedlce to Treblinka, August 1942
















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