EBay has apologised and removed about 30 items of Holocaust memorabilia from its listings after a British newspaper reported that items including a striped concentration camp uniform were on sale.
The uniform, thought to have been worn by a Polish baker who died in the Auschwitz death camp, had an asking price of £11,200, the Mail on Sunday reported.
Yellow Star of David armbands, which Jewish people were forced to wear in some Nazi-occupied areas, were also on sale during the past week, the paper said.
EBay apologised on Sunday and said the listings were being removed, while it would donate £25,000 to an "appropriate charity".
"We don't allow listings of this nature and dedicate thousands of staff to policing our site and use the latest technology to detect items that shouldn't be for sale," eBay said in a statement.
It said it did not know for how long the memorabilia had been on sale.
The concentration camp uniform was being sold in a US dollar listing by a Ukrainian man, Victor Kempf, living in Canada, the Mail on Sunday reported.
It was linked by a serial number stitched on its breast to a Polish Holocaust victim born in 1912.
Mr Kempf said he was a historian and had bought the clothing from a US dealer.
"I understand why people may think profiting is wrong, but I sell these items to document (them) and to fund my book projects," he told the newspaper.
Other listings on the site included toothbrushes said to be from Auschwitz and a pair of shoes belonging to a death camp victim.