Hotel Piramida Katowice Tychy
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- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
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... flowers. Amazing! Dinner at the hotel with Wojtek, his wife Gabriella and five year old son William. Wojtek works in historical archives and is helping me uncover my family history. Lovely young people who then took us to see their house which they are slowly restoring. It looks as if it hasn't been touched in its hundred years and needs much restoration. At present it is uninhabitable. A real labour of love! Tomorrow Zakopane in the Tatra ...
... had been established several years before their most prolific genocidal phase in 1943-44, will never be known.
As a kid, in my father's book collection, was a Reader’s Digest compilation 'Secrets and Stories of the War’ which was a 2-volume compilation, each spanning about 400 pages, and covering notable accounts such as the narrative of Oberleutenant Franz von Werra, the only Luftwaffe pilot to escape from England via Canada and US (The ...
... not nine. I could not imagine nine people sharing this bed with only one blanket for all of them. But there we were hearing how Sidonia did it and survived. We then walked almost in silence around the remnants of the mens side, two crematoriums, and a lake. But this wasn't an ordinary lake that we had stopped to see. It was a lake that contained the ashes of people cremated at Birkenau. i instantly got the chills. We walked to a crematorium that had been where Jack's sister had died. ...
... it was nothing compared to the victims’ possessions that were on display. When the camp was liberated, the Soviet Union soldiers found many of the valuable possessions of the victims in big storage sheds. Clothes, suitcases, toiletries, shoes and more bizarre things, such as human hair were taken from the people sentenced to death. These items normally would have been sent onto Germany for the German people to use. Seeing mountains of suitcases with the ...
... in factories & who was considered useless to the Reich and sent straight to the gas chambers. At the very end of the railway line on either side lies the remains of the 2 large gas chamber buildings that industrialised the mass murdering ways of the Nazis. In each of these buildings was 2 chambers & an attached crematorium.
Towards the end of the war these gas chambers were murdering up to 7000 people a day. When the Allied forces were closing in, the Nazis tried to hide ...