Hotel Golebiewski

Al. Ks. Bp. Bursche 3, Wisla, Southern Poland, Poland | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen


... our large group to all easily hear our tour guide - a Pole whose uncle had been in Auschwitz and whose parents had narrowly escaped being sent by bribing the right people. Everyone has probably seen a photo of one of the most famous signs in the world, "Arbeit Macht Frei" - Work Makes you Free - but it's quite another thing to see it in person knowing the lie it stood for. We walked to the processing building where new arrivals were stripped down and ...

Aushwitz Birkenau concentration camp

A travel blog entry by kiwisabroad


Aushwitz Birkenau is a place that should be visited at least once in a life time. It is hard to put in to words as it is something you need to see for yourself. Here are a few pictures of what the camp looks like today. We have learnt a lot of history while travelling Europe both interesting and ...

Auschwitz - Death revisited

A travel blog entry by shikharp


... the form of the railway line leading into the camp. Guard posts, searchlight enclosures and machine gun nests marked the entrance.

Upon entering the camp enclosure – via the only entrance, and no exit – one comes into an area about 100 acres in area. To the right, are remnants of rows of lodging shelters that housed the prisoners chosen to be worked to death, after the infamous ‘selection’ at the hands of an SS doctor or ...


A travel blog entry by buckles93


... article that said if you were disabled or a twin you were put in a separate part of the camp and they'd run scientific experiments on you until you died. So I know what would have happened to me if I was alive in early 1940's! Today was defiantly something ill never forget. It's made me truly great full for what I ...

Death Camp

A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath


... notorious 'death wall,' where prisoners would be shot at point blank range for minor infractions such as taking a toilet break ...

The basement of Block 11 housed the dreaded "standing rooms" and the "suffocation rooms". These were tiny rooms that the Nazis would force as many people as they could in and leave them there. They were so tightly packed, they couldn't move. All they could do was stand. Until they died...


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