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“Pat Buchanan apparently believes that Jews were not killed with carbon monoxide in Treblinka and other death camps.”
“After the war we reassured ourselves that it would be enough to relate a single night in Treblinka, to tell of the cruelty, the senselessness of murder, and the outrage born of indifference: it would be enough to find the right word and the propitious moment to say it, to shake humanity out of its indifference and keep the torturer from torturing ever again.”
“The trains packed with Jews are emptied at a place called Treblinka -- a camp without barracks.”
“He called Treblinka "hell," and placed it at the center of the war and of the century.”
“My mother saw them and, with an angry expresion and tears in her eyes, she sat me down and started reading from a book titled "Treblinka".”
“Well, will it ever be acceptable for me to say 'Treblinka' in the same sentence as 'playstation' without it being the most obscene of verbal acts?”
“Most of the rest of Mr. Zandman's family died in Treblinka, he wrote in a 1994 memoir, "Never the Last Journey.”
“In Treblinka and in Birkenau, was it the same 50 people doing this each time, or a different 50 people?”
“A quick check online but not on the Goldman Sachs message boards established that he was also involved in the capture of Franz Stangl, the commandant of the Treblinka death camp, and Hermine Braunsteiner-Ryan, who had ordered the torture and murder of thousands of women and children at Majdanek, and Karl Silberbauer, the Gestapo officer responsible for the arrest of Anne Frank.”
“Their itinerary includes visits to the "Wolf's Lair," Hitler's Eastern Front headquarters, and the camps of Majdanek, Treblinka, Sobibor and Belzec.”
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