Open-air exhibition devoted to the history of the German death camp which was constructed in the Sobibór woods in 1942.
The exhibition consists of 12 charts depicting the origins of the camp and the most important issues concerning its existence, including deportations, mechanisms of extermination, and plunder of property. One of the charts documents the prisoners’ revolt of October 14, 1943. The post-war history of the site is also mentioned, as well as fates of the perpetrators and the survivors. Apart from that the exhibition presents many archival photos and documents, and objects found on the grounds of the former camp during the excavations.
The curator of the exhibition: Tomasz Kranz
Scenario: Robert Kuwałek, Tomasz Pudełko, Krzysztof Skwirowski
Graphic design: Krzysztof Kokowicz
Place of presentation: the territory of the Museum of the Former Death Camp in Sobibór
Languages: English, Polish