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... close to the mountainous borders of Tatra mountains in Czechoslavakia. It is tough to imagine how anyone could survive barefoot or in worn out clothes, with a work routine designed to kill them anyway.
I began the walk back to the train station, realizing fully well that for many, this was a one-way journey, with no escape except by the chimney. Outside the camp grounds, signs of a rural farmland began to reappear. When the decision was taken ...
... all labeled by those who owned them so that they could be easily found after their "shower") and glasses all twisted together, these were all intended to be reused.
Many of the victims of allied bombing in Dresden received clothing and other goods all of which had belonged to the exterminated Jews. Even the ash from the crematoria was used as ...
The main purpose of our trip to Poland was to visit Auchwitz; the infamous cocentration and extermination camp created by the Nazis in 1940. It was to become known worldwide as a symbol of genocide and terror that was the Holocaust.
Before going to Auschwitz we had some other business to attend to - a new rear tyre for our bike. Soon after our arrival in Bielsko-Biala, Greg noticed the tread ...
... where they were from written on them. The Jews were all told they could bring up to 50lbs of their belongings with them. They obviously packed there most valued personal possessions, only to have it all taken from them the moment they arrived to camp. Another room had a collection of glasses and prosthetics. One had children's toys and teddy bears. It was really sad to see all of it. After Auschwitz we transferred to Birkenau which is down the road. This camp was more ...
... in the background of the camp but the camp area itself very stark and eery. This camp houses the original rail way line used to train prisoners directly into the camp and commence the selection process. These poor people had been locked into wagons for up to seven days without any food or water so crowded, standing room only, that many died. Also many flowers laid on the tracks and a Jewish family there at the time of our ...
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