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Scientists Finally Discovered Nazi's Darkest Secrets That Hitler Kept Hidden

Ever wondered why Nazis are the perfect enemies in video games and movies? Well, that's because they committed horrible and unspeakable crimes. World war II was worth fighting if you consider the scope of Holocaust.
Only a few survivors of the Holocaust are left to tell their story consisting of the unspeakable atrocities of Nazis. The Nazis knew what they were doing and they covered it up well. But Nazi's darkest secrets are no longer hidden, thanks to the team of archeologists.

Scientists Finally Discovered Nazi's Darkest Secrets That Hitler Kept Hidden

Scientists Finally Discovered Nazi's Darkest Secrets That Hitler Kept Hidden

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When Nazis stormed into Poland, they set up 6 camps that acted as murder factories in 1939.

When Nazis stormed into Poland, they set up 6 camps that acted as murder factories in 1939.

Nazis sent Jews, gypsies, political prisoners, homosexuals, and others to their deaths in camps between 1941 and 1945.

Out of all camps the history of Sobibor is unique.

Out of all camps the history of Sobibor is unique.

It was operational in the 19 months, about 250,000 people were brought in trains and killed in the gas chambers in the camp.

300 of the prisoners from the camp of Sobibor organised an uprising and escaped.

300 of the prisoners from the camp of Sobibor organised an uprising and escaped.

If it is not for the few brave prisoners, the camp's death toll must have been much higher.

Nazis decided to close the camp and hide the evidence under the aftermath.

Nazis decided to close the camp and hide the evidence under the aftermath.

The gas chambers were buried in concrete, the camp was plowed under and crops were planted to cover everything up. Thanks to the efforts of the determined Team of archeologists led by the descendant of two of Sobibor's victims, the Nazi camps didn't stay hidden forever.

Before finding the gas chambers Yorim Haimi spent eight years searching for the remnants of the camp.

Before finding the gas chambers Yorim Haimi spent eight years searching for the remnants of the camp.

He lost two of his uncles to Sobibor.

Numerous artifacts were uncovered by Yorim's team.

Numerous artifacts were uncovered by Yorim's team.

A wedding found near the gas chambers. It bears the inscription "Behold, you are consecrated unto me."

The path to the gas chambers is marked by these poles.

The path to the gas chambers is marked by these poles.

Only a few survivors are left to tell their story because the Holocaust happened a long time ago, so digs like one at the Sobibor are critical to understand the Holocaust.

Fewer than 50 of the escapees lived to see the end of World War II.

Fewer than 50 of the escapees lived to see the end of World War II.

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