Hotel Daria

ul. Skladowa 2, Tychy, Southern Poland, 43-100, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul. Skladowa 2, Tychy.
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A travel blog entry by vincent.michon on Aug 09, 2014

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... and Russia agreed on splitting Poland in 1939 (the famous pact of non aggression), where the nazis assured Stalin they wanted to work "hand in hand" with him to invade Poland and share its land, also how Stalin's troops did not make a move to help the Warsaw uprising in 1944, leading to its crushing by the German troops. Of course, you see nothing of this in the Russian museum, only stories about Russian POWs managing to ...


A travel blog entry by rachel.blazer on Apr 28, 2014


... fell nauseous and my mind was hurting from all of the thoughts running through. However in one of the corners I noticed two men dovening. It was a strangely beautiful and calming sight. Because there we were standing in a place that was constructed with the purpose of ending the Jews, but it had not succeeded. We are still here. Out of the chamber we stopped to say Kaddish for all those had fallen at the camp and then made our way to the excited. We had just done what over 70 years ago ...

Auschwitz - Krakow

A travel blog entry by errolandtrish on Jul 18, 2013

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The title says Berlin but it should be Krakow. Today was a very big day. Up at 5.30 and didn't get to Krakow until 7.45pm. On the way we visited a number of places but most important was Auschitz. On the way we stopped at Czestochowa and saw the Black Madonna at the Jasna Gora Monastery. This monastery is huge and truly unbelievable. So much history. There were thousands of people there. A service was on when we arrived but they are geared ...

Auschwitz and Birkenau

A travel blog entry by hailseurope2013 on Feb 26, 2013

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... the prison population of Auschwitz changed composition significantly. At first, its inmates were almost entirely Polish. From April 1940 to March 1942, on about 27,000 inmates, 30 percent were Poles and 57 percent were Jews. From March 1942 to March 1943 of 162,000 inmates, 60 percent were Jews. Auschwitz became a significant source of slave labor locally and functioned as an international clearing house. Of 2.5 million people who were deported to Auschwitz, 405,000 ...

A walk through death row.

A travel blog entry by alexandpam on Jun 09, 2012

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... we were off to Auschwitz II - Birkenau. The Death Camp. The gate of the camp opens onto 1km of rail, with platforms on either side. This is where the victims arrived, and were separated into Left and Right. One way led to immediate death, the other to temporary life. Just thinking about the number of people that would arrive on one train stops your heart. There would 50-100 people in a freight car, and the train ...