It’s hard to prepare mentally for a visit to the Nazi-run Bełżec extermination camp, in southeastern Poland, which by all accounts was the least-forgiving of all the Holocaust camps. The average life span of prisoners here was measured in hours, not weeks or months. Photo by Mark Baker.

Sign and poem detailing the atrocities committed at Nazi run Bełżec extermination camp in southeastern Poland, between Zamosc and Lviv.

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