Hotel Fero Lux

Address: Szczyrbok 62, Southern Poland, 34-335, Poland | Hotel
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    Auschwitz Concentration Camp

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Dec 01, 2015

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    On 27 January 1945 Soviet soldiers entered the gates of the Auschwitz concentration camp complex in south-west Poland. The site had been evacuated by the Nazis just days earlier. Thus ended the largest mass murder in a single location in human history.

    Precise numbers are still debated, but according to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, the German SS systematically killed at least 960,000 of the 1.1-1.3 million Jews deported to the camp. Other victims included approximately ...

    A Visit to Auschwitz

    A travel blog entry by sjaeurotrip on Mar 16, 2015

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    ... concentration camps used in world war I I. The experience was completely unlike anything any of us had experienced before, and it truly held a dampening atmosphere that left many students feeling gloomy. During the tour, the group was shown the different buildings and procedures that took place in the camp. It was also explained how the terrible acts took place on the site, and how things would ...

    A day to remember.

    A travel blog entry by robthebruce on Aug 18, 2014


    ... 160; Very few were told to go the right. Our tour guide reminded us of a photo we saw of the camp from 1944 that showed the selection process, gas chambers in the distance.  In the photo, hundreds of people were on the train platform, suitcases were piled in heaps.   This is the same spot where we were standing.   This where the reality of this atrocity was starting to set in.   At the very end of the train tracks is the Jewish ...

    Auschwitz - Death revisited

    A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

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    ... metal chain looped across to keep anyone from getting down, but by no means unreachable. The ceilings and roof have collapsed, leaving a pile of masonry and rubble.A really ignonimous fate for a site that must have terrorized millions.

    Adjoining the debris of the dynamited ruins of the gas chambers and ovens are signs for ash pits, marking them as the location of dumped remains of those incinerated in the closing days before the end of the war. In ...

    "The Banality of Evil"

    A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Aug 16, 2013

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    The words of the heading were words used by Hannah Arendt, a holocaust survivor, she coined the phrase "the banality of evil" to describe Eichmann at his 1961 trial in Israel. She raised the question of whether evil is radical or simply a function of thoughtlessness, a tendency of ordinary people to obey orders and conform to mass opinion without a ...