On January 27 a press conference was held at the Treblinka Museum. The event took place on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day and was attended by the President of the Institute of National Remembrance. During the conference the museum received artifacts belonging to prisoners of the German Nazi Extermination and Forced Labour Camps (1941—1944). The items were found during research carried out by the Chief Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation. Among the 216 items found, there are fragments of clothing and shoes, buttons, buckles, belt buckles, a shoe with the manufacturer’s signature “RYGAWAR”, medallion and a ring. Utility items from that period like spoons, pocket knives, combs, utensils, Polish coins from the 1930s, tin and enameled dishes and cups were also handed over. A badge of a Jewish police officer from the ghetto was also found. Another category of items are the elements of ammunition and weapons. The items were found between November 12-29, 2019. At that time, the IPN’s prosecutors from the Szczecin Branch Office inspected the Execution Site and the nearby area, as part of the investigation into the crimes committed in 1941-1944 against prisoners of the German Treblinka I Forced Labour Camp. Apart from the President of the IPN, the conference was also attended by the Director of the Chief Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation, prosecutor Andrzej Pozorski, head of IPN’s Branch Office in Szczecin, prosecutor Marek Rabiega and the Director of the Treblinka Museum, Edward Kopówka.