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... So, therefore, the U.S. government denies that Mr. Sanchez had any constitutional rights under the Six Amendment.
Although the scale of the mass murders incomparable to the U.S. halfway houses, the methods of covering up the covert uses of U.S. halfway houses, are the same methods used by Nazis from 1940 to ...
... br> As one group of Israelis was leaving the camp, they broke out into a traditional Jewish song. I must admit, it felt a little awkward to hear, like they were whistling past a graveyard. But I'm sure any remaining ghosts appreciated it and took comfort.
I'll admit something else...and this is a little embarrassing. I was at Auschwitz I, the labor camp with the entrance that says, "Work makes you free." I was standing in ...
... 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 ...
... When the "final solution" came into being in 1942, it became the site of mass extermination of the Jews, Gypsy (Roma), and Soviet prisoners of war. Although records are not precise, it is believed the Nazis murdered about 1.3 million people at Auschwitz and its close by camp of Birkenau.
When the SS left as the Red Army approached, the Nazis attempted to destroy the gas chambers, ...
... was in shock. I also felt like I was going to puke. I have goosebumps as I write this and I think I'll always get goosebumps when I think of Auschwitz. It took us about 5 hours to tour both of these sites and we never spoke a word to each other the whole time. On the train ride back to Krakow we still never spoke. Auschwitz is the most interesting and haunting place I have ever been and, strange enough, I know I will visit again someday.
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