Fences of Auschwitz I.
The 'Wall Of Death' at the yard between Blocks 10 and 11. Prisoner were executed here by a shot in the back of the head.
Execution wall at the yard of BLock 11. (by Elina Maurinen)
Entrance to Block 10. From April 1943 it was an experimental station of Dr. Carl Clauberg who had a plan to find a fast method of sterilization of women.
The line of fences behind Block 11 (camp prison - the covers of the cells in the basement visible on the left)
Block 10 - from April 1943 experimental station of gynecologist Carl Clauberg who made sterilisation experiments on female prisoners.
The yard of Block 11. The windows of Block 10 were covered so that prisoners who stayed inside could not see the executions performed on the yard. The post was used for punishments - prisoners hanged there by their hands tied in the back.
Block 11 - a washroom where women had to undress before they were executed outsite on the yard.
The sign translates as 'Caution danger | high voltage | live threat'
Auschwitz I - fences. by: flickr - LensWitness