Ibis Budget Katowice Centrum
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... who perished is to call on each other to do what the survivors have already done, to remember and to never forget.”
Ron Lauder’s speech, towards the end of the program, was the first real surprise in today’s commemoration. Lauder began, "I'm here simply as a Jew... If I had been born in Hungary in 1944 instead of New York would I have lived? The answer is no, I would have died like the 460,000 Hungarian Jews who died here in ...
... city, and not really historical – main claim to fame is an enormous coal mine because it’s in Silesia which is Poland’s coal producing area. The city centre has changed since we were here two years ago, there’s road redevelopment and new and re-building going on all around. There’s a new bus station underground and the railway station has been tidied up – a few years ago it had ...
... was a Benedictine settlement.(A bit of Info for Pete and DM).
Wandas navigating today was fantastic until we arrived in town and thought that we would book our Hotel thru the usual Booking .com.
The navigator told me to stop right there which without hesitation I did,you do when a school teacher tells you to.
However, we were in a "no parking zone',which we didnt notice until two policeman pull up in front of ...
... a place with so much history. I felt so lucky to be visiting the most well known concentration camp in the history of World War Two. Our flight left on Saturday around twelve o' clock. Once we landed in Katowice, we got on a bus and picked up our tour guide for the next five days. He was pretty cool and really smart but very boring at times. Before checking into the Hotel, we went to the Black Madonna. According to our tour guide this ...
... Birkenau was the largest German concentration camp all across Europe and more than a million people entered with over 90% of them Jewish. Roughly, only 15% of the people who entered "survived" the concentration camp that was active between 1940 and 1945. Check out the pictures for a map showing what countries most of the Auschwitz victims came from.
*Side note, but still worthy of reading: Did you know that Auschwitz was also the ...