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The tour also included a cool 5D 20 minute movie and all up lasted around 3 hours, of course with shops along the way selling all the tourist rip off stuff (much to the disgust of some people on trip advisor. People just like to complain! Of course they are going to try and sell you things).
It was a long, almost 1km walk from the finishing point to the elevator to take you to the top. Another thing some were complaining about; but we really ...
... the waiters/waitresses, taxi drivers and hotel proprietors, but to get a sense of who we are. The Poles have a history like no others. Today was very informative. We learned that the Poles were oppressed by the Austrians, then the Nazis, then the Soviets. After over a hundred years of being without a country, the Poles finally have their country back. One can understand the perseverance of the Polish people ...
... turning their back on what was going on.
As the Ghetto became overcrowded, the Nazis began to thin out of the ghetto. If a family member was given permission to stay, all fof the family members could stay. Those that were required to leave were brought to the center square to wait for deportation. They were allowed to take 25 lbs of belongings with them.
Final days of liquidation, no children under 14 could go. People started to hide their children in suitcases. The ...
... being virtually round the corner from our hotel. It is a sizeable and handsome building; today it appears to be some Catholic institution since it bears the name of Jan Pawel II. It is attractively painted in yellow. I watched a steady stream of people coming and going, and peered into the entrance hall. Perhaps I should have wandered in and had a better look, but I was wary of explaining my motives were I to be questioned. Back in 1942, it would have looked ...
... Germany to be given away for free to Nazi citizens. Clothes, shoes, glasses, gold, jewelry, money, everything was either sold or used by the Nazis. The Nazis also shaved the victim’s heads, and used the hair to make a specific kind of cloth used to make the interior of the Nazi uniforms.
Birkenau was much larger than I had expected it to be. The camp was laid out with the railroad running through the main gatehouse, and directly ...