Hotel Corona

ul. Oswiecimska 291, Tychy, Southern Poland, 43-100, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Oswiecimska 291, Tychy.
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    The Wounds of Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... trains, Hitler saw Poland as a laboratory for his racial theories. 100 civilians killed for every German soldier killed. Counted and killed. Jews shot randomly. 1943 the Ghetto uprising fought back, but it was tragic. To the thousands in the underground the time seemed right. The big 3 had met, and Roosevelt agreed that more than a third of Poland would go to Stalin. Roosevelt said they must go to Stalin to work it out. Victory in Normandy fueled the ...

    How salty are you?

    A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 14, 2014

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    ... supported by large wooden beams and structures, Imagine working in the pitch dark, using a pick to cut through these tunnels. And the horses that worked alongside the miners, Pulling trolleys, Using pully systems along railway lines, And suddenly, in the middle of all the religious sculptures we saw along the way, We came round a corner to find The seven dwarves Of course we had to sing the song! All these sculptures carves out of salt. And the miners who worked and ...

    Auschwitz and Birkenau

    A travel blog entry by hailseurope2013 on Feb 26, 2013

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    ... Autumn 1943, the camp administration was reorganized following a corruption scandal. By the end of 1943, the prisoner population of Auschwitz main camp, Birkenau, Monowitz and other sub-camps was over 80,000: 18,437 in the main camp, 49,114 in Birkenau, and 13,288 at Monowitz where I G Farben had its synthetic rubber plant. Up to 50,000 prisoners were scattered around 51 sub-camps such as Rajsko, an experimental agricultural station, and Gleiwitz, a coal mine. During ...

    A walk through death row.

    A travel blog entry by alexandpam on Jun 09, 2012

    1 comment

    ... worlds most depressing lost and found. The guide was fantastic in explaining history without passing judgement, and providing us with facts we may not have known. We walked through the torture chambers, where you could have been starved to death, suffocated to death in a dark room, or placed in a cell with 5 other people and told to stand for days and days as the cell was only 1m squared.

    After a ...


    A travel blog entry by lindseyandpaul on Sep 14, 2010

    27 photos

    ... is different when you see it in the flesh. It’s not a photo in a history book or a lesson in class. The shooting wall, the gas chambers, the leftover shoes, shawls, and shacks. It’s real, it happened, and there’s no doubt that we have only a small comprehension of what really occurred. The pain and atrocity lives on, and it should: as it’s so well put, those who do not learn from history are destined to live it again. May we never live it again. ...