ul. Myśliwska 44, Szczyrk, Southern Poland, 43-370, Poland | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen


... most of the Nazis were just normal people. There is nothing fundamentally different from a 1940's German to anyone else from today. With a different environment then, foreign travellers would have met Germans and said what lovely people they were, just like we are with all of the people we're meeting. But with the external forces of resentment from the previous war, fear of outsiders, blame for economic conditions, and inflamed by an ...

Aushwitz Birkenau concentration camp

A travel blog entry by kiwisabroad


Aushwitz Birkenau is a place that should be visited at least once in a life time. It is hard to put in to words as it is something you need to see for yourself. Here are a few pictures of what the camp looks like today. We have learnt a lot of history while travelling Europe both interesting and ...

Hunting For Blueberries

A travel blog entry by ejm56


... for a cup of tea and were presented with a huge pot which kept us going for the rest of the evening.
This had been a day in which we had entered a world devoid of gentleness and compassion, a world in which astonishing brutality and inhumanity were the norm. On top of that, we had got lost, got wet, failed in a key objective and began to suspect that Red was not well. But in the end, kindness and hospitality, generously offered and sincerely meant, made all the difference.That is all it takes.

Day 97: Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau where over a million people were killed during the Holocaust. The area is free to enter and some of the old buildings, barracks and gas chambers are open to the public.

Our first stop on our own unguided tour without a map was to the gas chamber in Auschwitz I. The chamber is in an old military storage facility that is partly underground. We entered in through the room where the dead bodies were piled up ...

Poland - Sobering Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe


... away. Even now I think about it, my tears fall.

25 Kilograms

There was so much information to take. This is the one thing that stood out the most for me.

Imagine receiving a news that now you would be removed from your home. You would be transported somewhere in Poland. Auschwitz. You don't know what to expect. You have no idea where that is, what it's like. It was all so sudden.

And then you are told, all you could bring is 25kg of ...


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