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... on Tasmania's Sarah Island were small, but these were about a third of that size and they had to crawl through slots at the bottom. Another building was where several hundred women, mainly Jews, were used as human guinea pigs for sterilization experiments. Some died from the treatment they received, while others were murdered so autopsies could be performed on them. After visiting the site of Rudolf Hess' hanging, just near the home he shared with his ...
... the interiors sound-proof. In the courtyard between the two blocks, next to the brick wall connecting the two barracks as a rear wall, is a concrete slab lined roughly hewn enclosed space – this is the location where those marked for immediate execution by the guards were brought up by a ‘kapo’ – a German or other prisoner given a lenient sentence, and stripped of their clothes, and shot in the back of their head by a pistol-wielding ...
A city reeking with the history of World War II, the area around Oswiecim had played a huge role during the times of Nazi Germany. The main attraction here was the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp, one of the many concentration camps used by Nazi Germany during World War II. Auschwitz camp was one of the more major camps, with the death toll estimated at around 1.5 million people including Jews, Poles and Prisoners-of-wars. ...
... to live as long as they were able to work in farms, mines or factories (many of the German companies that benefitted from concentration-camp labor, such as Siemen, IG Farben, and Bayer are still in business!). Everyone else was sent to the left where they were immediately taken to the gas chambers and killed. Huge concrete rooms were build into which hundreds of arriving prisoners were herded after being stripped and then murdered ...
... 8217;t quite fit into the Nazi Aryan ideology. Our guide told us of German companies who assisted the Nazis that are still around today, such as Hugo Boss who made all of their uniforms, and various pharmaceutical companies who actually took prisoners from the camps to use for the testing of their drugs. These things were not mentioned in the German camp. Basically, if you can, go to Auschwitz, it is well worth the trek and was probably one of the most poignant and moving days of our whole ...