This article is from the Holocaust FAQ, by Ken McVay firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
We have transcribed memorial books for inclusion in our archives, and
call your attention to the Wlodawa series - the first to be included.
Many of the stories deal with Sobibor. For a list of the Wlodawa
Yizkor files, try anonymous ftp via ftp.nizkor.org, in the
Donat, A., ed. The Death Camp Treblinka. New York, 1979
Wiernik, Y.A. A Year in Treblinka. New York, 1945
Yad Vashem Studies IV. Proceedings of the Fourth Yad Vashem International
Historical Conference, Jerusalem, January, 1980. In particular, see
"Jewish Prisoner Uprisings in the Treblinka and Sobibor Extermination
Camps." An index of Yad Vashem Studies XVI, shown below, lists additional
Yad Vashem material of interest to Operation Reinhard researchers:
YAD VASHEM STUDIES
Edited by Aharon Weiss
MARTYR'S AND HEROES' REMEMBRANCE AUTHORITY
Extermination Camps of Belzec, Sobibor and Treblinka
yvs16.01: Background & Introduction
yvs16.02: The Personnel of Operation Reinhard
yvs16.03: The Construction of Belzec
yvs16.04: The Construction of Sobibor
yvs16.05: The Construction of Treblinka
yvs16.06: Belzec, from March 17 til June 1942
yvs16.07: Sobibor - from May to July 1942
yvs16.08: Treblinka - from July 23 to August 28, 1942
yvs16.09: The Construction of Larger Gas Chambers
yvs16.10: The Attempt to Remove Traces
yvs16.11: The Liquidation of the Camps
The Fascism and Holocaust archives may be obtained via anonymous
ftp from: ftp.nizkor.org, in the directory /pub, and from the
World Wide Web (http://www.nizkor.org).
Yad Vashem now maintains its own site on the World Wide Web.
The URL is http://yvs.shani.net.