Jankiel Wiernik was a Polish-Jewish Holocaust survivor who was an influential figure in the Treblinka extermination camp uprising of August Following his . File:Jankiel Wiernik Rok w Treblince jpg Polski: Pierwsza strona relacji Jankiela Wiernika “Rok w Treblince” wydanej w Jankiel (or Yankel)-Yaakov Wiernik (in Hebrew: יעקב ויירניק; born , Biala Jankiel Wiernik Rok w Treblince jpg × ; KB.

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A Jewish physician attended me, examined me every day, and gave me medicine and comfort. An engineer by profession, he hailed from Lodz.

Year in Treblinka / Rok w Treblince

View all subjects More like this Similar Items. On the contrary, these are held aloft so that the world may pay them honor. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Four of weirnik were caught and were tortured for an entire day, which in itself was worse than death.

She was a good-looking woman, but there was terror in her eyes.

The camp cars were parked in the yard. I had not done such work in 25 years, and my colleague was a cabinetmaker by trade and not very adept with an axe, but, with my help, he managed to hold on to the job. Really happens my they fin d peace I like reading true story of wot happens to people it was good reading those people had suffer so so much. nankiel

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Her husband probably will be killed at the front, and she treb,ince killed in the camp. I appraised him with my eyes and figured out his weight, who was going to carry him to his grave and how badly his bearer would be beaten while dragging his body to the ditch. Views Read Edit View history. And so the area of the mass graves, after 75 per cent of the corpses buried there had been exhumed and cremated, was leveled, seeded and fenced in with barbed wire.


I have a feeling that all my experiences have become imprinted on my face. The parcel of ground thus gained had to be utilized one way or another. English View all editions and formats Rating: I t was practically decided that I should remain permanently in Camp No.

I want to jankkel must carry it.

Timeline and List of individuals responsible. But seeing the stony expressions on the faces of their elders, they matched their behavior to the occasion.

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How do you rate a life story like this? The gardeners rkk us planted lupine, which grew very well. We were about persons. The workers in Camp No. T he final, irrevocable date for the outbreak of the revolt was set for August 2, and we instinctively hankiel that this would really be the day. Mrs K Cook rated it really liked it Oct 11, I n the meantime, “life” ran its “normal” course.

My blood froze in my veins. Some distance away from us a group of men was busy piling up our bundles, which they had taken from the trains. It was difficult to make contact with him because there were German and Ukrainian guards all around and the fence was screened by saplings and you never knew who might be lurking behind them.


Rok w Treblince = A year in Treblinka (Book, ) []

He looked us over appraisingly, his eyes glancing up and down the ranks. We wanted to establish contact with the inmates of Camp No. A highly recommended read and not too long. Inside the Freight Wagon to Treblinka.

As many as 80 personas were crowded into each car with no way to escape. The following other wikis use this file: Have read lots of holocaust books But nothing like this one.

Everyone was terror-stricken at the mere sight of a German or a Ukrainian. The load is wearisome, very wearisome, but I must carry it for the time being.

From there we were taken to Zamenhof Street. For instance, we were permitted to smoke while we worked and even received cigarette rations. As I pointed out before, the weather was extremely hot, and as each grave was opened, it gave off a nauseating stench.

In this connection I must add that whenever the Germans found out about a Ukrainian dealing with the inmates and smuggling food to them, they would beat up the Ukrainian, too.