Witnesses in Uniforms: 180 Israeli Police officers form ‘Star of David’ in Polish death camp

A delegation of 180 Israeli Police officers from various units stand together to form the “Star of David” in the Treblinka death camp in Poland, to remember 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust.

Witnesses in Uniforms 180 Israeli Police officers form 'Star of David' in Polish death camp

“Witnesses in Uniforms” delegations visit the concentration and death camps, the ghettos and the old communities of the destroyed European Jewry.

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These trips are preceded by extensive studying and preparation that the delegation members undergo, including a tour of Yad Vashem.

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They study Jewish history in general and specifically that of the Holocaust. Each delegation is accompanied by a Holocaust survivor who adds their personal story and contributes their perspective on the Holocaust.

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During the visit at the Treblinka Polish death camp, officers formed a human “Star of David” in respect for the millions murdered.

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