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Building that housed the officers' dining room at the Sobibor killing center

View of the old officers' dining room at Sobibor (known as the "Kasino"). This photograph was taken in the summer of 1943, after the building was renovated. The building served as a dining room for the Germans and as lodgings for the camp commanders. Deputy camp commandant Johann Niemann also lived there.

This image comes from an album and collection kept by Johann Niemann, who became deputy commandant of the Sobibor killing center after holding positions in the "euthanasia" program and in other camps.


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  • US Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of Bildungswerk Stanislaw-Hantz
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Building that housed the officers' dining room at the Sobibor killing center

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