Escape from Sobibor by Rashke is a starkly anti-polish and slanderous book, some of the people he intervied were active communists who escaped from Poland while being pursued for crimes against humanity while others were proven to be the authors own invention.
A masterly summation but one which is ever so slightly let down by one point: I didn't say "Read Escape from Sobibor", I said "Read about the escape from Sobibor".
Personally I'd go for 'Sobibor - The Forgotten Revolt' by Thomas Toivi Blatt as being the best source of info about Sobibor.
I note that you have nothing to say about the facts I posted: i.e. that nearly as many escapees killed by Polish civilians as by Germans and that Leon Feldhendler, one of the two leaders of the escape, was murdered by anti-semitic Poles in 1945.
I might add that I don't believe that Poles are any more anti-semtic than any other nation that has had a Jewish population but many people do.
You might be right, but I can't think of any other European nation which had post-war pogroms....