Appendix II: Photographs

1. Treblinka. A large portion of the camp grounds was paved over with concrete, and 17,000 cement blocks reminiscent of tombstones have been placed there. © Carlo Mattogno, 1997.

 

2. Treblinka. Stone monument in the center of the camp. © Carlo Mattogno, 1997.

 

3. Treblinka. One of the memorial stones erected at the camp entrance. © Carlo Mattogno, 1997.

 

4. Treblinka. Cross-ties made of concrete, flanked by a platform also built of concrete, symbolize the railway line and the train platform of the camp. © Carlo Mattogno, 1997.

 

5. Treblinka. Only a spacious meadow bordered by fir trees has remained of the camp. © Carlo Mattogno, 1997.

 

6. The gravel pit of Treblinka I. © Carlo Mattogno, 1997.

 

7. Cemetery where Polish prisoners who died in Treblinka I rest. © Carlo Mattogno, 1997.

 

8. Treblinka I. The concrete foundations, on which the barracks stood, can be seen on the camp grounds. © Carlo Mattogno, 1997.

9. Treblinka I. One of the eight concrete foundations, on which the barracks stood. © Carlo Mattogno, 1997.

10. Aerial photograph of Treblinka from May 15, 1944. From: John C. Ball, Air Photo Evidence, Ball Resource Services, Delta/B.C., 1992, p. 85.

11. Aerial photograph of Treblinka from November 1944. From: John C. Ball, Air Photo Evidence, Ball Resource Services, Delta/B.C., 1992, p. 87.

 


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