Hotel Golebiewski

Address: Al. Ks. Bp. Bursche 3, Wisla, Southern Poland, Poland | Hotel
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    Auschwitz Concentration Camp

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Dec 01, 2015

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    ... wanted, and four further chambers were built. These were used for systematic genocide right up until November 1944, two months before the camp was liberated.

    This is not the limit of the horrors of Auschwitz I. It was also the site of disturbing medical experimentation on Jewish and Roma prisoners, including castration, sterilisation and testing how they were affected by contagious diseases. The infamous “Angel of Death”, SS captain Dr Josef Mengele, was one ...


    A travel blog entry by loza92 on Jun 18, 2015

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    ... the bodies of those who entered the gas chambers.

    Birkenau was a massive scale looking at how far they had to walk from the main gates to the remains of the crematorium (demolished when the Nazis found out that the War was to end and so that records would be destroyed).

    Although moving I didn't feel the emotion I thought I would feel but I think that was due to the share fact that they were really pushing ...

    Day 12 - Auschwitz... On Our Way To Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... Polish. From April, 1940 to March, 1942, of about 27,000 inmates, 30% were Poles and 57% were Jews. From March, 1942, to March, 1943, of 162,000 inmates, 60% were Jews.

    Auschwitz became a significant source of slave labor locally and functioned as an international clearing house. Of the 2.5 million people who were deported to Auschwitz, 405,000 were given prisoner status and serial numbers. Of these, approximately 50% were Jews and 50% were Poles and ...

    Auschwitz - Death revisited

    A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

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    ... 8211; 4 at a time – were often put in ‘standing cells’, with little room to move about. So tiny were the cells, that the intent was for them to be starved of oxygen, and die a slow death.

    There is also the tale of a Polish priest, now canonized, who heroically took the place of another person chosen for execution, and then dying a slow death in one of the ‘standing cells’. Often the SS prison guards would light ...

    The terrors in Oswiecim

    A travel blog entry by wjtoh on Dec 18, 2013

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    ... suffocate victims until they were dead. Outside the main camp was the gas chamber building which was responsible for most of the deaths in the camp. Most of the people prior to entering the camp were exterminated via the gas chambers by poisonous Zyklon B pesticides.

    Another area of the camp was a slight 5 minute drive away and it consists of many living quarters of the prisoners in the camp. There were many ...

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