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Auschwitz I. Barbed-wire fences. --- Photo by @dalesy.1275 ---

Auschwitz I. Barbed-wire fences. --- Photo by @dalesy.1275 ---

Photo:  @gamaraal_foundation | @beatmummenthaler  Eduard Kornfeld Born in 1929 near Bratislava. He was in Auschwitz and other concentration camps; he survived a death march from Kaufbeuren to Dachau. When he was freed by American troops in the Dachau concentration camp on April 29 1945 he weighed only 27 kilos. His mother Rosa (37 years old) his father Simon (44 years old) and his siblings Hilda (11 years old) Josef (9 years old) Alexander (7 years old) and Rachel (4 years old) had been…

Photo: @gamaraal_foundation | @beatmummenthaler Eduard Kornfeld Born in 1929 near Bratislava. He was in Auschwitz and other concentration camps; he survived a death march from Kaufbeuren to Dachau. When he was freed by American troops in the Dachau concentration camp on April 29 1945 he weighed only 27 kilos. His mother Rosa (37 years old) his father Simon (44 years old) and his siblings Hilda (11 years old) Josef (9 years old) Alexander (7 years old) and Rachel (4 years old) had been…

Auschwitz I. Block 5. Some of almost 80000 shoes that belonged to Auschwitz victims. --- Photo by @Regrann @j.c.streetgraphy ---

Auschwitz I. Block 5. Some of almost 80000 shoes that belonged to Auschwitz victims. --- Photo by @Regrann @j.c.streetgraphy ---

"World silence leads to Auschwitz. World indifference leads to Auschwitz. World anti-Semitism leads to Auschwitz. Do not let this happen again. Ronald Lauder during 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.  Auschwitz I. Block 4. The most important locations in German occupied Europe from where people were deported to #Auschwitz. --- Photo by @atsumiworld ---

"World silence leads to Auschwitz. World indifference leads to Auschwitz. World anti-Semitism leads to Auschwitz. Do not let this happen again. Ronald Lauder during 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. Auschwitz I. Block 4. The most important locations in German occupied Europe from where people were deported to #Auschwitz. --- Photo by @atsumiworld ---

Auschwitz I. The building of the first gas chamber and crematorium of the German Nazi camp. Crematorium went into operation in mid-August 1940. When three ovens were built there it could burn up to 340 corpses per day. The morgue next to the crematorium was turned into the first gas chamber in September 1941. Yet already from Spring 1942 killing was transferred to Birkenau. In Summer 1943 crematorium was dismantled. The building  was later a storage space and in 1944 it was turned into an…

Auschwitz I. The building of the first gas chamber and crematorium of the German Nazi camp. Crematorium went into operation in mid-August 1940. When three ovens were built there it could burn up to 340 corpses per day. The morgue next to the crematorium was turned into the first gas chamber in September 1941. Yet already from Spring 1942 killing was transferred to Birkenau. In Summer 1943 crematorium was dismantled. The building was later a storage space and in 1944 it was turned into an…

Auschwitz II-Birkenau. The main gate and watchtower of the camp. --- Photo by @alexkoskinen ---

Auschwitz II-Birkenau. The main gate and watchtower of the camp. --- Photo by @alexkoskinen ---

Auschwitz I. Block 6. --- Photo by @jacek.balon ---

Auschwitz I. Block 6. --- Photo by @jacek.balon ---

On 13 September 1944 IG Farbenindustrie chemical plant was bombed for thirteen minutes. Few bombs fell on the area of Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau camps. Over 40 prisoners and 15 SS men died because of the air raid. Many were wounded. In Birkenau bombs damaged the railroad embankment and the connecting track to the crematoria. At the chemical plant bombs destroyed many damages and approximately 300 people were killed among them many prisoners who worked there.  During the air raid…

On 13 September 1944 IG Farbenindustrie chemical plant was bombed for thirteen minutes. Few bombs fell on the area of Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau camps. Over 40 prisoners and 15 SS men died because of the air raid. Many were wounded. In Birkenau bombs damaged the railroad embankment and the connecting track to the crematoria. At the chemical plant bombs destroyed many damages and approximately 300 people were killed among them many prisoners who worked there. During the air raid…

Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Stones left by visitors on plaques that mark locations of human ash on the site of the former camp. Those are located at two ponds next to ruins of gas chamber and crematorium II (located in the background) where ash was thrown into. --- Photo by @robjm69 ---

Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Stones left by visitors on plaques that mark locations of human ash on the site of the former camp. Those are located at two ponds next to ruins of gas chamber and crematorium II (located in the background) where ash was thrown into. --- Photo by @robjm69 ---

Auschwitz I. Block 6. Face to face. --- Photo by @nepy_photography ---

Auschwitz I. Block 6. Face to face. --- Photo by @nepy_photography ---

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