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... 2 gas chambers were adapted from mortuaries which, with the huge crematoria attached to them, were initially intended to cope with mortalities amongst the slave labor force in the camp, now approaching 100,000 and subject to a horrifying death rate. But from the autumn of 1942, it seems clear the SS planners and civilian contractors intended to build a mass-murder plant.
The twin pairs of gas chambers were numbered II and III, and IV and V. The first ...
... beautiful castles in Slovakia. The castle was built in the Kingdom of Hungary in the thirteenth century. Many scenes of the 1922 film Nosferatu were filmed here, although until recently it was thought to have been shot in Transylvania.
Orava Castle stands on the site of an old wooden fortification, built after the Mongol Invasion of 1241. Its history since then reveals a familiar pattern of construction, destruction, reconstruction, fire, ...
... mok there is a huge fork of lightning and almost instantaneous clap of thunder. We've been here before, and it's best to get under cover and wait it out. Fortunately there's a handy restaurant on the hill just above us and we move smartly inside for lunch and fruit tea.
In just a few miles we cross back into Slovakia. We are heading for the small town of Oravský Podzámok where we will visit ...
... middle for up to 1000 prisoners and temperatures could drop to minus 20 degrees in the winter and were suffocatingly hot in the summer. There was no toilets (until sanitary barracks were built later on) and excrement could find its way onto the prisoners in the lower bunks. After Auschwitz was build, a huge additional area called Birkenau was created from a nearby Polish town because the initial Auschwitz camp was too small. They added ...
... 10am. Great two-hour tour that dropped us off at the Shindler Factory, which has now been turned into a museum.The Shindler museum was unlike any other we have seen – but then again, we are fortunate to live in a country such as ours. The museum is an emotional immersion into one man’s resolve to do what he could to protect those people who were being rounded up by Nazis and sent to labor camps and eventually to their horrifyingly slow, brutal deaths ...