Hotel Stara Poczta
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... to Yad Vashem, the monumental Holocaust museum in Jerusalem we visited a few years ago, her retort was “certainly,” as if, “what a dumb question.” She made mention several times of the groups who visit repeatedly on annual pilgrimages and how significant it is for her and them. Behind her are a few of the more than 300 barracks, these of brick survive, each holding 700 to 1,000 people, built here at Auschwitz-Birkenau, also known ...
... where upon ascending the remaining watchtower for a bird's eye view of the area, we were harmlessly attacked by flying ants! These little fellows come here for only 2 weeks of the year. How lucky were we??? We then proceeded along the route to Mirow and Bobolice. The castle at Bobolice has mostly been restored and was fabulous. We learned a lot about Polish history and finished up lunching at the base of ...
... the right to amplify the narrative of the heinous crimes of the vanquished, yet seemingly brush over what could be seen as ‘inconvenient truths’ best left unseen…? Such a systematic and meticulous effort in pursuit of a single goal – elimination of a single race from the planet – and defined euphemistically as ‘the Final Solution’, should never have happened.As time dilutes the memories of those who lived through ...
... the story of how a pharmacist saved many Jewish lives.
We then drove to Auschwitz to meet with the rest of the delegations. Prior to entering the camp, the students were given placards to write messages for whom they are marching. They are then placed into the train tracks entering Birkenau. Also, as a nod to their strength and quality of the LA BJE delegation, 14 of our students were chosen to lead the entire ...
... 8217; names still on them, thousands of pairs of shoes, toothbrushes, glasses and clothes, put into perspective the number of murders that took place here. The hair was by far the worst. Nazi Germany would use human hair to make socks and other fibres in their factories, so the SS German soldiers decided that considering the victims would not need their hair once they were dead, they shaved it off after they had been removed from the gas chamber. So, there before our ...