Escape from Sobibor movie plot

2022-07-06 18:32
In 1944, near the end of World War II, the Nazi army established three concentration camps for prisoners on death row in eastern Poland, one of which was called Sobibor. There was also a mass exodus from a concentration camp, and officials in charge of Sobibor vowed never to let such a thing happen in Sobibor. In this torture camp, escape was the only way out. Even more serious, if a group of prisoners escaped, the Germans would slaughter a corresponding number of prisoners. Any larger escape would mean the life of the guards and German government officials in charge. A death row prisoner led a collective escape of 600 people in such a highly guarded concentration camp, of which 300 succeeded, becoming a miracle in history. 
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Escape from Sobibor quotes

  • Stanislaw "Shlomo" Szmajzner: I will do anything for revenge, even if I have to die for it.

    Leon Feldhendler: How old are you?

    Stanislaw "Shlomo" Szmajzner: How old do you have to be?

    Leon Feldhendler: You are old enough.

  • Sgt. Gustav Wagner: This morning, two prisoners escaped from North Camp. Thirteen other prisoners, no doubt inspired by their idiotic example, also tried to escape. If any of you would like to cheer, go right ahead. There will be no more escape attempts in this camp. I'll repeat that. THERE WILL BE NO MORE ESCAPE ATTEMPTS IN THIS CAMP!!

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