Source: Nuremberg: IMT, Volume XXXII 1948. pp. 155-158
Nuremberg: IMT, Volume XXXII 1948. pp. 155 wrote:The Jews had simply ceased to exist. Special camps were established for this purpose where the destruction of human lives was carried on by mechanized means. The best known of these death camps are those of Treblinka, Belzec and Sobiber /in the Lublin district/. In these camps the Jews were put to death in their thousands by hitherto unknown, new methods, gas and steam chambers as well as electric current employed on a large scale.