Hotel Diament Economy Gliwice
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... capable of - both the evil and the goodness.
We happened to be at the camps on the 70th anniversary of an uprising in which one of the Crematoria was destroyed by the Jews on the special work camps that helped to kill other Jews. Over 400 of them were killed during that uprising. They would have been killed regardless.
One interesting thing that Margaret told us was that a survivor told ...
... 347;my, gdy zobaczyliśmy padający za oknem śnieg - nie do takich warunków przywykliśmy przez ostatnie trzy tygodnie...
Prosto z lotniska pojechaliśmy taksówką do naszych zaprzyjaźnionych Couchsurferów, u których zaparkowaliśmy auto. Po zdaniu krótkiej relacji z naszych wojaży ruszyliśmy do Gliwic... w śnieżycy.
W domu byliśmy po 22:00, a następnego dnia rano - już w pracy. ...
... exhibits showing documents, photos, remaining personal items. Luggage bags were labelled with names and other identifying information, because prisoners were told that they would be able to pick up their bags after a shower. Of course, that didn't happen. Even human hair from the prisoners was sent back to Germany for making cloth. The baracks where belongings stripped from prisoners upon arrival were referred to ...
... z domu i podkresle to raz jeszcze, poradzila sobie z tym lepiej niz my. Pisalismy o tym nie raz, ze ludzie, ktorych spotkalismy podczas naszej podrozy, poswiecili Ani mnostwo uwagi. Nie zepsulo to jej charakteru, nadal potrafi ladnie bawic sie sama w kojcu czy lozeczku, pozwalajac nam zajac sie naszymi sprawami. Jedyne, co nas troche boli, to fakt, ze Polacy nie sa tak otwarci jak Amerykanie i nie reaguja z takim entuzjazjem na naszego towarzyskiego ...
... Cyclon B which induces vomiting and a very painful death.
From there we moved onto Auschwitz II-Birkenau and continued the tour with the same guide. We no longer wore the headsets we had at the first camp and the camp seemed very open compared to the first. Again, the weather made it seem as if we weren't in a site where so many mass exterminations took place and it was very hard to fathom. I think I'm still taking in everything I saw and I can't ...