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... chamber and other scenes of of their crimes. Their success was partial and the remains have been preserved for posterity.
Zyklon B gas canisters that held the pesticide used to gas those sent to Auschwitz and other death camps
This is the remains of one of five crematoria, attached to the gas chambers in the above photographs, which the SS attempted to destroy. This is one of the largest where 1,500 people a day could be ...
... in the sky. It must only be coincidence, but we experienced the same phenomenon when we visited Dachau, yet this time we were visiting in Fall.
The camp is located west of Krakow in an area that seems to be mostly farmland. We quickly found parking and made our way to the ticket counter where several tour groups were already gathered. Naturally, a camp this infamous would attract people from around the world and ...
... Back at the hostel, I was ecstatic about my second flower, now knowing it was for a far better reason than for just being sick. I thought about what I was going to do with my second flower, I decided on giving it to the front desk lady to make sure she had a flower on Woman's Day! This whole country recognized this day in such a fantastic way! Happy Woman's Day to all the amazing women out there!!! ...
... almost three hours wandering around the barracks and the ruins of former barracks that were destroyed by the Nazis in an attempt to hide the evidence of what had occurred. We were allowed to enter some of the barracks. The bunks were still set up in each building and it was easy to imagine how crowded people were inside. One barrack housed children and mothers. On the walls inside there are original drawing made by some of the occupants.
... all labeled by those who owned them so that they could be easily found after their "shower") and glasses all twisted together, these were all intended to be reused.
Many of the victims of allied bombing in Dresden received clothing and other goods all of which had belonged to the exterminated Jews. Even the ash from the crematoria was used as ...