Treblinka extermination camp

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Treblinka was a Nazi extermination camp built in occupied Poland during World War II.

War crimes in Treblinka, as was commonplace in other death camps, included homosexualist perversion rampant among Nazi guards. It was said in the eyewitnessed experience of one Holocaust survivor about a Nazi:[1]

...[he] had a harem of little Jewish boys. He liked them young, no older than seventeen.... Bielas sought in Treblinka only the satisfaction of his homosexual instincts.

—"Salvation Is from the Jews," p. 239

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References

  1. Schoeman, Roy H. (2003). Salvation Is from the Jews: The Role of Judaism in Salvation History from Abraham to the Second Coming, p. 239. Google Books. Retrieved October 8, 2023.