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... perfectly located to shops and outdoor markets.
Cieszyn has a river running along the edge of town (about three blocks from our apartment) and on one side was Poland, on the other, was Chez Republic.
Back in the day (and really not that long ago) the river and the bridges were secured, heavily enforced boarders. Evidence of guard towers and watch centers along the bridges still remain. The boarder only ever opened up on one day of the year, ...
... it can happen again… It can happen anywhere.” And concluded,
“Even today we have the right to be afraid.
But we also have the obligation to be responsible…
“'Never again’ is not a political program, but a personal decision.
It means – never again because of me, never again in me, never again with me.
I believe that never again with all of us.”
I pray that he is ...
I've always loved World War Two movies. "The Great Escape," "Where Eagles Dare," and "The Guns of Navarone," but I'd always seen the war as a grab for land. It wasn't, it was a effort to cleanse Europe of the Jewish population or anyone else that didn't suit Hitlers idea of the idle human in the most horrific way that when seen first hand you struggle to comprehend what one human could do to another. I'm embarrassed to say that I knew little about this ...
... spot in front of the hair for a few minutes. We eventually moved into another block where there was a room dedicated to the children who lived in the experimentation block of Dr.Mengele. One of staff members pointed out a blown up picture on the wall. It was a photo of one of our survivors, Paula. Seeing one of our survivors pictured in this museum made me feel so honored to of been able to hear her story and get to know her. After a tour of the blocks we headed for the only still ...
... or a thumb down. Thumb down, you go right.
Thumb up you go left. You are then led to the various "horse stable turned housing" with almost non-existent sanitation. they still had hopes to live. Most were executed or died within the first two years.
Those who went right, they are marched 500 meters further... to take a bath they said. They were led to the gas chambers. Arhitecturally designed by the Germans for maximum efficiency at minimum cost to execute ...