The Treblinka killing center was one of four camps linked to Operation Reinhard. Known as Treblinka II, it opened in July 1942 about a mile from Treblinka I, the labor camp. The Germans killed an estimated 925,000 Jews at Treblinka II, as well as an unknown number of Poles, Roma, and Soviet POWs.
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