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Published on Sep 16, 2007
Until the late summer of 1942, victims of the death camp in Chelmno nad Ner were taken by train to Kolo and from there by narrow gauge railway to Powiercie where they were housed in a mill before being taken in suitable sized groups to the manor house at Chelmno nad Ner where they were murdered in gas vans. This photograph (the original of which I have seen) shows the people getting out of the train that took them the few kilometres down the narrow gauge railway line to Powiercie. I will soon post an interview with a witness to this procedure.