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    Auschwitz EVEN IN THE SILENCE OF THE POLISH countryside, Auschwitz can not rest in peace. The name alone prompts instant recognition--a shorthand for the criminal barbarity of the 20th century. If ever there were a place in which myth was unseemly and unnecessary, where fact could be left unadorned, it would be Auschwitz. For 50 years, that has not been the case. The list of myths and misconceptions about the largest Nazi concentration camp is a long one. Soviet investigators declared in May 1945

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    The concentration camps that have now been turned into museums are a constant reminder of the brutality, terror and torture imposed by the Nazi soldiers during the Second World War. In the year 1920, the Nazi party had gained support from the public due to the discontent the First World War had brought to the civilians. Consequently, this crisis had cyclopean effects on the country which included loss of territory, the limitations then presented to the navy and army, and the economic crisis Germany

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    Auschwitz Auschwitz was one of the many concentration camps that the Nazis established to torture and usually kill Jews and others who helped the Jews. There many innocent lives were lost and many people were tortured. Auschwitz I was the "main camp." It was the first Auschwitz camp established. SS authorities used prisoners there for forced labor. The prisoners worked in workshops, supply stores and for SS companies. In October 1944 a so-called "camp extension" was built. There women

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    Auschwitz: Overview of the Concentration Camp The Holocaust was one of the most horrifying crimes against humanity. "Hitler, in an attempt to establish the pure Aryan race, decided that Jews, Poles, Soviet prisoners of war, Roma (Gypsies), and homosexuals amongst others were to be eliminated from the German population. One of his main methods of exterminating these “undesirables” was through the use of concentration and death camps. In January of 1941, Adolf Hitler and his top officials decided

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    many concentration camps were built by the Nazis for the killing and suffering of Jews. As Hitler wanted all Jews to perish off the Earth he wanted theses concentration camps were Jews can be brought in and could be killed one by one. These Jews were killed many ways inside these concentration camps and nobody even knew about it. Nobody outside knew about because it was kept a huge secret. These concentration camps were the end to on Jews’ journey in life. . The Auschwitz concentration camp was made

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    Auschwitz Concentration Camp

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    The Holocaust is widely known through out the world. When people think of the Holocaust, the first concentration camp that most likely comes to mind is Auschwitz. Today most people don’t fully understand what happened. They don’t get a good grasp on what it must have actually felt like to be there because it took place so many years ago. That being said, there are probably billions of questions being asked such as, “What did the Nazi’s do to these people?” or “How many people were killed during

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    Auschwitz Concentration Camp “Get of the train!”. Hounds barking loud and the sound of scared people, thousands of people. “Now!”. All sorts of officers yelling form every angle. “Stop!” an officer was yelling at a kid who was frantic and scared. He wasn't listening and took one step more, and then he was shot. You ask yourself where you are. “Hell” Another officer shouts who overheard your soft breath. Auschwitz was a very brutal camp as soon as someone would step off of the train. Most people

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    The first concentration camp that comes to one’s mind when thinking about the Holocaust is Auschwitz. This can probably be contributed to the fact that it was the largest of the camps with the greatest potential for murder and labor. Auschwitz was used as a 3 part concentration, death, and slave-labor camp from 1941 until 1945. On the other hand, Treblinka was only around for 14 months. It was a death camp that contained specially designed gas chambers with the capability to kill thousands. (Berenbaum

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    Auschwitz Concentration Camp The Auschwitz Concentration Camp was a camp used to hold Jews during the Holocaust; the Auschwitz Camp was the largest camp of its time. Auschwitz had three main complexes and 36 sub-camps. The three main camps were Auschwitz 1-Stamlagger, created in 1940, built for Polish Political Prisoners, the second camp was named Auschwitz 2-Birkenau, created in 1941, there was more than a hundred thousand prisoners and the building was used for Mass Killing center, it had Crematoria

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    Holocaust, and concentration camps like Auschwitz. Outside of these horrific camps no one had any idea what went on inside these camps because all the activities were covered up by lies. Concentration camps were portrayed as a nice home to the Jews, but little did the outside world know. Fear was a main component that the workers attained because if orders were not followed, there would be consequences to their disobedience. Without the hidden secret of the reality of these camps, they would not

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