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Children’s ID tags found at Sobibor

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Archaeologists working at the Sobibor death camp in Poland have made a harrowing discovery, which reduced them to tears — finding identity tags worn by four Jewish children from Amsterdam.

Yoram Haimi, from the Israeli Antiquities Authority, works on a team with Polish archaeologist Wojciech Mazurek and Holland’s Ivan Schute. The three, together with local residents, are involved in an excavation at Sobibor prior to the construction of a new visitors centre at the camp.

The children, aged six to 12, whose identity tags were found, were Lea Judith De La Penha, Deddie Zak, Annie Kapper, and David Juda Van der Velde.

Times of Israel report

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