VIENNA (Jul. 30)
A collection of documents relating to Nazi crimes in the Treblinka death camp will be published in September by the Polish Council for the Preservation of Monuments of Martyrs and Fighters, it was reported here today from Warsaw.
The collection, which will appear in Polish, French, English and German, will be the first published work containing authentic documents of the camp, archive material, an exact description and plan of the camp. It will also include extracts of submitted evidence by former Treblinka inmates including that of Jacob Wiernik, one of the 13 camp prisoners who escaped during the uprising on August 2, 1943.