The last survivor of the Treblinka revolt carried out by prisoners of the Nazi death camp has died in Israel aged 93.
Samuel Willenberg was one of 67 captives who in 1943 managed to successfully escape the camp in Nazi-occupied Poland shortly before it was destroyed. Around 870,000 Jews were killed in Treblinka - only Auschwitz had a higher death toll.
He has considered turning the story of his life — from Jerusalem foster home to multi-million pound fortune in New York — into a book, but for the moment the 47-year-old is focusing his attention on the Middle East.
His mission to extract 3a>the last Jews of Aleppo3b> began with a trip to Yad Vashem five years ago.