|A half day Warsaw Treblinka tour include a limousine with an english speaking driver/guide, entrance fees. |
The total price - 1-2 persons (130 EUR/tour), 3-4 persons (150 EUR/tour).
Bełżec, Sobibór and Treblinka camps were created only to exterminate Jewish population of General Government. Treblinka operated between July 1942 to October 1943 as part of Operation Reinhard became the most efficient. During this time about 0,7-0,9 million of Jews died there. According Franciszek Ząbecki, a dispatcher at the village of Treblinka and a soldier of Home Army collecting classified datas concerning transports to Treblinka, estimated number of murdered was 1,2 million. Like two other camps Treblinka was a perfect "manufacture" menaged by only around 20-25 SS-man (Germans and Austrians, mainly veterans of T4 Action) supported by about 100 Hiwis (Russian prisoners of war) using a few hundred Jews in Sonderkommandos. Killing even 14000 people a day involved just 20 Nazis and generally brought millions of victims as well as incomes.