Sobibor was the Nazi's original extermination camp for Jews. Due to its earlier design, though about 250,000 died there, the Nazis didn't consider this "efficient" enough, which is one reason why the later camps were built. Contrary to the myth that detainees went quietly to their deaths, there were occasional revolts and insurrections. One of them took place at Sobibor, and this documentary interviews some of the survivors of that camp and tells the story of those who died there. After the revolt, the Nazis destroyed the camp.
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