Describes the "great deportation" to Treblinka of ca. 250,000 Jews from Warsaw in July-September 1942, noting that another 11,000 Jews were sent at the same time to various labor camps. During this period ca. 10,000 other Jews in the ghetto either were shot, died from starvation or illness, or committed suicide. Discusses dilemmas faced by the Jews, who desperately tried to save themselves but sometimes chose to be deported with their relatives, and reactions of those who temporarily remained in the ghetto.
|Number of pages||22|
|Journal||דפים לחקר תקופת השואה|
|State||Published - 2004|