Death Camp Uprising: The Escape from Sobibor Concentration Camp - NEW!
Roughly 200,000 people were murdered at Sobibor, making it the fourth most deadly extermination camp of WWII. Not only a place of unspeakable human cruelty, Sobibor is also the site of a prisoner revolt that involved 300 men, women, and teens. Death Camp Uprising relates the sweep of the story from the planning to the execution and, finally, to the freedom of a handful of prisoners who made it past the Nazi officers and Ukranian guards.
Opening and closing with a brief chapter of text, the central portion of Death Camp Uprising is in the form of action-packed graphics, making the story more accessible for reluctant readers.
Death Camp Uprising is a tribute to those heroes who faced horrific conditions during World War II. Because of the shocking content, Death Camp Uprising may be best suited for readers ages 9 to 12 years.
Illustrated by: Michael Bartolo, Wilson Tortosa
Publisher: Capstone Press
Page Count: 32
Printed in: USA