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... in Europe—or indeed, America—where this is true today. But today Auschwitz was ringed with layers of security.
The cold, miserable day suits this place. I had registered and received press accreditation through the Auschwitz 70 office of the museum, and eventually managed to find out where to go and received my accreditation, no small or obvious task. That allowed me access to the memorial site and, mostly, the heated press tent with ...
... a little school in Nova Scotia called Brookhouse Elementary School. As part of a Remembrance Day event, all of the grade 5 students were herded into the little library and an old frail woman sat in front of us. She spoke in a strange accent and told us about the Jewish holocaust. What she was saying was horrible. I don’t remember everything she was saying, but what I remember clearly remember was when she showed us her tattoo ...
... Today, only the brick chimneys and foundations are left of these rows upon rows of charnel houses. Much has already been written by sources much more informed than me, about the horrid conditions, the outbreaks of typhus, scurvy and dysentery and the overall Sisphyean doom of the place.
Once the train would arrive, it would immediately be surrounded by guards, carrying automatic Schmeisser machine pistols, and large menacing guard dogs. Prisoners ...
A very, long, cold, somber day with 5 English women, that ended on a great note.
Jim had arranged a tour of Auschwitz, Birkenau, and the salt mine near Krakow. Our tour guide, Phil, picked us up at 7:45 and we went off to meet the rest of our group. They're good friends that travel and plan something special on their birthdays. This trip was Phyllis's birthday, so they surprised her with a trip to Krakow. She had no idea where they were heading until she got to the ...
... que decir.
Ni tampoco muchas fotos que compartir.
De hecho, me sentí muy ambivalente sobre el asunto de tomar fotos en este lugar.
Los campos de concentración de Auschwitz están a una hora y media en bus de Cracovia.
Esta es la razón por la que vinimos a Polonia, porque Gabriel quería visitar este sitio histórico.
Al final de la visita, cuando nos subimos al bus para regresar a Cracovia, Gabriel me vio a los ojos y me dijo "gracias".