Novotel Katowice Centrum
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... Anyone sentenced to this room for more than three days, died.
Next to the Death Block was this execution wall, where the SS shot non-Jewish Poles convicted in summary courts of crimes.
When the expression was used that the Jews and others were being shipped to the "east" this is the area meant, along the Polish-Russian border where the principal death camps were located: from top to bottom, Treblinka, Sorbibor, Majdanek, ...
... Jeff and Sylwia and Radek. Just to the church came another half dozen friends who had been told about it at short notice and came to wish them well.
Although we didn’t understand a single word the service was actually very nice. The priest was a very large fellow and had a very friendly smile and seemed to be speaking very kindly to them and everyone through the service, especially when ...
... blocks still dominate. At first I am a bit disappointed by this and then I realise that I am getting a glimpse from the past. It's ok, despite the coldest and greyest weather yet and hey, I am only here one night. The hostel is nice, new and quiet and I get a room to myself. Not tempted by the rather dubious entertainment advertised on the street, I decide it's a good time to get Bring Up The Bodies finished and listen to some ...
... in 3 of these were Hungarian. There are rooms filled with human hair, one with shoes, one with suitcases and one with hair brushes, all of with were found by the liberators of the camp at the end of the war and belonged to victums of the gas chambers. We learnt about the absolute inhumane and horrible ways prisioners were treated, the conditions they lived in and the punishments dealt out for 'crimes'. ...
... when he did breathe fire.
The day was changeable and we were putting on and taking off jackets and scarves, there had been a thin wind at times as we sat in the square too, but generally it was mostly sunny so we were really lucky with the weather for walking around. There were a lot of priests and nuns around, all in the traditional garb which I guess we find unusual having been used to seeing them in civvies in New Zealand, I’m not ...