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... was a big map on one of the walls which gave you a scale on the size of the camps. The one we were in was tiny compared to the other two. There were also pictures in this building showing you how they done the selection of the healthy Jews and none healthy Jews (non healthy Jews going straight to the gas chambers)
When we arrived at the second building we were able to see all the suitcases which belonged to Jews. Each of them had there names written on them because ...
I took the first part of my final today, the written exam. It covered a lot of material. I was surprised when I was studying last night how much we learned in 3 weeks. It covered listening, grammar, vocabulary, orthography, and essay. Tomorrow will be the oral exam! I think I will do ok on it, just need to memorize what I need to say for the oral and I will be all done with the class. I'm going to miss my teachers so much. They were both so awesome and made ...
... to remember Jewish neighbors and friends from his home town of Wadowice. I stepped out of the church- it suddenly struck me that I was standing in the square in Wadowice!
Then I realized I needed a coffee badly. Having headed out so early, I had not managed to have my two cappuccinos. There were elegant little coffee shops around the square. I went into one and marveled at the cream cakes on display. I was told that Pope John Paul II had confided once ...
... from our apartment. Our car park was metered between 8am -10pm, and it cost about 20 zloty for the day, which meant we needed lots of coins to feed it. Another challenge before setting off for the day.Will handled what turned out to be a very long walk to the city very well, and we were in the main market square by about 10 am.Our plan was to head for Wawal Hill, Krakow Castle, the historical ...
... three years,” he tells us. You spend all day trying to imagine what these people went through. It’s impossible. What’s not impossible is to remember what these people went through. Never forget. - Personally, I cannot speak highly enough of everybody I have met associated with the Holocaust Education Trust. The Lessons From Auschwitz Project is not only an educational experience, it is a life-changing one. Please visit www.het.org.uk and take a look for ...