Gas Chambers Uncovered By Archaeologists At Sobibor Death Camp

Archaeologists working at the site of the Nazi extermination camp at Sobibor in eastern Poland have uncovered previously-hidden gas chambers in which an estimated 250,000 Jews were killed. » 9/19/14 9:40am 9/19/14 9:40am

Why the Holocaust was even worse than we thought

As if we needed any more reminders as to the extent of Nazi brutality during the Second World War, a new study is showing that there's still lots to learn about the Holocaust. In a project that took nearly 13 years to complete, historians Geoffrey Megargee and Martin Dean have catalogued some 42,500 Nazi ghettos and… » 3/04/13 8:20am 3/04/13 8:20am

Archaeological dig at Concentration Camp reveals what the Nazis tried…

Archaeology is typically associated with the study of ancient history, but a recent excavation at the infamous Sobibor extermination camp in Poland has demonstrated its incredible potential for uncovering secrets locked within modern ruins. As the Sobibor dig has revealed, there is still lots to learn about the… » 8/28/12 4:40pm 8/28/12 4:40pm