Fahrplananordnung Nr. 548; Warsahau Bf – Treblinka. 15,000 Jews from Warsaw are deported in a single day as a result of the German food giveaway, creating backlog at the ramp. People line up at the Umschlagplatz in Warsaw for several days to be "deported" in order to obtain bread. Four transports in two days can not accommodate them all.
Fahrplananordnung Nr. 565; Łuków – Treblinka. Odilo Globocnik temporarily suspends deportations to Treblinka. The gas chambers have continually broken down and the burial pits are overflowing with bodies. The SS resorts to shooting incoming Jews in the arrival area of the camp and piling bodies throughout the camp. In August, Globocnik orders Franz Stangl, commandant of Sobibor, to replace Dr. Irmfried Eberl as commandant of Treblinka. Stangl restores order in the camp and supervises the building of new gas chambers, which are operational in early autumn 1942. Transports of Warsaw and Radom Jews begin to arrive again in September 1942.
Franz Stangl becomes Commandant of Treblinka. New, larger gas chambers have been installed to augment older chambers, and commence use. The new chambers are able to kill 12,000 to 15,000 victims every day, with the maximum capacity of 22,000 executions in 24 hours.
Meanwhile, mass deportations from Bezirk Bialystok had just begun, and continue until February 19, 1943. In the next four months over 110,000 Jews from Bialystok General District (which includes Nazi counties of Bialystok Land, Bielsk, Grajewo, Grodno, Łomża, Sokółka, and Wolkowysk) are deported to Treblinka and annihilated.
From the communiqué published in January 1943 by the Office of Information of the underground Armia Krajowa, based on the observation of locked freight trains passing through with prisoners destined for Treblinka. Meanwhile, 35 cars with goods were sent to the Third Reich on the way back in five days.
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According to the Höfle Telegram, the cumulative total of deportees to this date was 713,555, and 10,335 had been deported during the two weeks previous to this date. Substantial quantity of November deportations is not in the report.
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Escape from the Totenlager (extermination area) via a tunnel. Only Lazar Sharson successfully escapes.
First stage of Ghetto liquidation under KriminalkommissarHeinz Errelis who personally shoots at least 100. Over the course of 5 days, dubbed by the Jews "Operation 10,000" results in a total of some 10,000 Jews sent mostly to Auschwitz through Kiełbasin transit camp.
Fahrplananordnung Nr. 552; Grodno – Treblinka. Final liquidation of the Ghetto, dubbed "Operation 5,000." Victims are sent in three trains agreed on January 15, 1943 by Berlin. An additional train, Pj 165, leaves Grodno for Treblinka on February 16.
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Bulgarian military and police authorities transfer 11,343 Jews in Bulgarian-occupied Thrace, Macedonia, and (Serbian) Pirot to German custody pursuant to a February agreement between the SS and representatives of the Bulgarian government. German SS and police officials deport these Jews to Treblinka, where almost all are gassed or shot upon arrival.
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Fahrplananordnung Nr. 567; Transport from the Reich
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Telegramm; Transports from Bulgaria and Greece to Treblinka
Treblinka revolt. Prisoners used for forced labor — fearing that the SS will soon kill them — stage a revolt. Prisoners seize weapons from the camp armory, but SS guards in the camp discover the plot before it can be completely implemented. Hundreds of prisoners nevertheless storm the main gate in an attempt to escape. SS and police guards kill many with machine-gun fire. More than 300 prisoners escape, but the SS and police personnel eventually recapture and kill two-thirds of them. Camp deportations and gassing operations halt.