Thousands of murdered Jewish women relics found in Sobibor

European and Israeli researchers have discovered large deposits of women's jewelry and hairpins in the foundations of a building near the Sobibór death camp in Poland, where the Nazis murdered 200,000 people in the years 1942-43. Among the discoveries is a pendant inscribed Mazal Tov in Hebrew, the birth date 3.7. 1929, the name Carolina Cohen and the place “Frankfurt.”

Its design is almost identical to the pendant belonging to Anne Frank. The Frank family has been contacted to discover if the two girls were related. The finds may be displayed in an exhibition planned to open at the site of the death camp.

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