Gronik Apartments

Address: ul. Grabowa 7a, Szczyrk, Southern Poland, 43-370, Poland | Villa
 
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This villa is located on ul. Grabowa 7a, Szczyrk.
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      Auschwitz Halfway House

      A travel blog entry by carl.sanchez on Nov 12, 2014

      5 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Day 12 - Auschwitz... On Our Way To Warsaw

      A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 24, 2014

      8 photos

      ... March, 1942, a women's camp was established at Auschwitz, with 6,000 inmates. In August, 1942, it was moved to Birkenau. By January 1944, 27,000 women were living in Birkenau, in section B1a, in separated quarters.

      In February, 1943, a section for Gypsies was established at Birkenau, camp BIIe, and in September, 1943, an area was reserved for Czech Jews deported from Theresienstadt, the so-called 'Family Camp', BIIb. The gas chambers and crematoria opened ...

      Auschwitz - Death revisited

      A travel blog entry by shikharp on May 29, 2014

      40 photos

      ... capture, till the British intelligence agents interrogated his wife and had her reveal his location. Hoss was found to be working with a farmer, and soon gave up his own identity as well. His execution marks an ironical fate for someone who had many hung, and would ultimately meet the same, Robespierre-like fate, as that of his victims.

      Next to the external gallows, a green mound of earth rises. Contrary to all popular beliefs, that the gas ...

      A Tour of Auschwitz and the Salt Mine

      A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Sep 24, 2013

      9 photos

      ... They were a little quiet in the way to Auschwitz. Phil showed a video produced by the Russians about the "liberation"of the camp. Very difficult to watch and listen to, but certainly set the tone for the day. Auschwitz was a Polish military barracks, so the brick buildings were very different than the wood barracks we've seen elsewhere. The camp was not very large, but the exhibits really showed the scope of the damage the camp did. We left there and went to Birkenau, also known ...

      Nazi Concentration Camps

      A travel blog entry by sandyhart on Jun 28, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      We spent several hours touring Auschtitz and then Birkenau with a young Polish guide whose great grandfather had been imprisoned there in the early 1940s as a political prisoner. The complex of brick dormitories had been a military base and was converted into a prison for various "undesirables" by the Third Reich (e.g., criminals, communists, Polish intelligensia and dissidents, gypsies, Jews, and Jehovah's Witnesses) after Germany invaded Poland ...