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I think the film Sobibor is one of the most interesting war-drama movies. I also want to find a few similar movies like this. I tried to find something and found one list here: https://bestsimilar.com/movies/58202-sobibor
Give me please some recommendations about this films
Ivanofff wrote:Hi, all
I think the film Sobibor is one of the most interesting war-drama movies.
Well sir, would you please tell us why? Knowing that 'Sobibor the death camp' does not pass, has not passed review, we are all rather curious I'm sure.
Perhaps you find the movie humorous in it's obvious absurdity.
Deportations to Treblinka continued until May 1943. A few isolated transports arrived after that date. Beginning in the fall of 1942, the camp authorities, under orders from Lublin, began to exhume bodies from the mass graves and burn them in order to obliterate the evidence of mass killing. Jewish prisoners were forced to do this grisly work. The burning of corpses continued until the end of July 1943.
In October 1942, on orders from Lublin, German SS and police personnel, using groups of Jewish forced laborers rounded up from various locations in Lublin District, began to exhume the mass graves at Belzec and burn the bodies on open-air “ovens” made from rail track. The Germans also utilized a machine to crush bone fragments into powder.
In the autumn of 1942, on orders from Lublin, German SS and police personnel, using Jewish forced laborers selected from arriving transports, began to exhume the mass graves at Sobibor and to burn the bodies on open-air “ovens” made from rail track. The Germans also utilized a machine to crush bone fragments into powder. These efforts aimed at obliterating all traces of mass murder.
Athough the descriptions are brief, the cremation operations for Sobibor and Belzec are clearly referring to almost identical events.
Does anyone know if there is an eyewitness to these miracles at Sobibor and Belzec?
It's just a clever PR move meant to garner sympathy and front page headlines, which it did, and then stick to the same story while all the time avoiding any suggestion that it might be a good idea to excavate the remains as proof etc.
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