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The gas chambers of Sobibor were one of the Nazis' best kept secrets. Sobibor killed an approximate total of 260,000 Jews, and only a few managed to survive and give evidence of the existence of the deathcamp. The vast majority of the escapees did not live to witness the day of liberation. Some were killed at later stages of the escape, and others died as fighters in the ranks of the partisans. 

The number of survivors is variously reported, but it is estimated by most authorities that only about fifty survived until the day of liberation.

This list contain 50 names:

Fishel Bialowitz
Simha Bialowitz
Lea Reisner-Bialowitz
Moshe Bahir
Jacob Biskubicz
Toivi Blatt
Lean Cymiel
Josef Dunietz
Chaim Engel and Selma Wijnberg-Engel
Leon Feldhendler
Ber Freiberg
Mordechai and Josel Goldfarb (brothers)
Salomea Hannel
Moshe Hochmann
Zyndel Hoenigman
Avram Kohn
Joseph Kopf
Chaim Korenfeld
Haim Lejst
Samuel Lerer
Yehuda Lerner
Itzhak and Eda Lichtman
Yefim Litvinovskiy
Abraham Margulies
Yehezkiel Menche
Zelda Metz
Alexander Pechorsky
Navim Platnitskiy
Shlomo Podchlebnik
Haim Powroznik
Idel Terner
Esther Terner-Raab
Aizik Rottenberg
Seymon Rozenfeld
Ulla Stern (Now Ilana Stern-Safran)
Stanislaw (Shlomo) Szmajzner
Boris Tabarinskiy
Krut Thomas
Haim Tregor
Arkady Vaispapir
Kalmen Wewryk
Hella Felenbaum-Weiss
Aleksei Wycen
Riva Feldman-Zeliuska
Meir Ziss
Hershel Zukerman
Joseph Zukerman

 

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