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"After Israel became an independent state, many bodies were exhumed from
the mass graves of Treblinka and reburied in sacred ground in the Homeland,
where the bereaved families gathered yearly to observe the Kaddish for
their own and for the 840,000 who had perished in the camp. The Polish
government devided a unique memorial at Treblinka itself. Thousands of
granite slabs were gathered, each reflecting in size the number of victims
from the towns and cities of Poland who were killed in the camp. Small
natural rocks were scattered on the site to denote the tiniest communities,
and the whole was dominated by a massive boulder that represented Warsaw's
300,000 victims."

Extracted from--------------------------------------------------- 
"THE REDEMPTION OF THE UNWANTED", Abram L.  Sachar (New York: St.
Martin's/Marek, 1983. p.35

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