Nearly 250,000 Jews were murdered in Sobibor,
one of the six death camps the Nazis built in Poland as part of their
"final solution to the Jewish question." None of these Jews have a
grave. They were brought to the camp in the Lublin area and poisoned to
death in gas chambers, and their bodies were burned or thrown in pits.
But some of them will
soon get a grave thanks to the initiative and efforts of the From the
Depths association, led by Jonny Daniels. Daniels has succeeded in
convincing the Polish authorities to allow him to collect the bones
scattered at the former death camp and the surrounding woods.