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Portrait taken in Amsterdam Netherlands in 1942 of 3 year old Marianne Aandagt. Marianne was murdered in Auschwitz along with her mother and 7 year old brother Jacob on July 18, 1942.

Portrait taken in Amsterdam Netherlands in 1942 of 3 year old Marianne Aandagt. Marianne was murdered in Auschwitz along with her mother and 7 year old brother Jacob on July 18, 1942.

Pictured is Tola Gryzgryn. This photograph was sent from the Sosnowiec ghetto to the Polanka labor camp, where her sister, Bronia Gryzgryn (now Bronia Rosmarin), was imprisoned. Tola was deported with her parents from Sosnowiec to Auschwitz, where they all perished. The Polish inscription on the photograph reads: "To my dearest sister as a memento, so that you'll never forget me - Tola; Sepember 2, 1942."

Pictured is Tola Gryzgryn. This photograph was sent from the Sosnowiec ghetto to the Polanka labor camp, where her sister, Bronia Gryzgryn (now Bronia Rosmarin), was imprisoned. Tola was deported with her parents from Sosnowiec to Auschwitz, where they all perished. The Polish inscription on the photograph reads: "To my dearest sister as a memento, so that you'll never forget me - Tola; Sepember 2, 1942."

Saloniki, Greece, Lili Baruch, perished in Auschwitz.

Saloniki, Greece, Lili Baruch, perished in Auschwitz.

Auschwitz I. It's hard to describe it. Generally we do not reccomend taking children under 14 y/o while visiting the Auschwitz Memorial.

Auschwitz I. It's hard to describe it. Generally we do not reccomend taking children under 14 y/o while visiting the Auschwitz Memorial.

My semester in Europe had many journeys and experiences. The one I will never forget is my visit to Nazi Concentration Camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. I will never forget the feeling of horror walking on the grounds. I will Never Forget. Will You?   Alan Dukor ESCP Paris, Paris France Spring 2014

My semester in Europe had many journeys and experiences. The one I will never forget is my visit to Nazi Concentration Camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. I will never forget the feeling of horror walking on the grounds. I will Never Forget. Will You? Alan Dukor ESCP Paris, Paris France Spring 2014

Holocaust survivor Henia Bryer:  Now in her 80s, she fears younger generations lack knowledge of the Holocaust.     "I had an operation once and the anaesthetist comes and looks at [the tattoo on] my arm and he says, 'What is this?' And I said, 'That's from Auschwitz.' And he said, 'Auschwitz, what was that?'  And that was a young man, a qualified doctor," she says.

Holocaust survivor Henia Bryer: Prisoner number A26188

Holocaust survivor Henia Bryer: Now in her 80s, she fears younger generations lack knowledge of the Holocaust. "I had an operation once and the anaesthetist comes and looks at [the tattoo on] my arm and he says, 'What is this?' And I said, 'That's from Auschwitz.' And he said, 'Auschwitz, what was that?' And that was a young man, a qualified doctor," she says.

Roma gather at Auschwitz to commemorate Nazi genocide At Auschwitz, Roma and Sinti from 25 European countries have commemorated the 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany’s attempted genocide of their race. On August 2, 1944, nearly 2,900 Roma and Sinti were gassed at the camp.

Roma gather at Auschwitz to commemorate Nazi genocide At Auschwitz, Roma and Sinti from 25 European countries have commemorated the 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany’s attempted genocide of their race. On August 2, 1944, nearly 2,900 Roma and Sinti were gassed at the camp.

"Ruchla Zylberberg lived in the village of Zawichost. Her father fled to the USSR. In 1941 at the age of 8, she was deported with her mother and sister Esther to Auschwitz, where those two were killed. Ruchla remained in the children's barracks in the camp. In December 1944 she was sent, together with 19 other Jewish children ages 5 - 12, to the Neuengamme camp near Hamburg, where they were subjected to medical experimentaton, then on April 20, 1945, were taken to a school building and…

"Ruchla Zylberberg lived in the village of Zawichost. Her father fled to the USSR. In 1941 at the age of 8, she was deported with her mother and sister Esther to Auschwitz, where those two were killed. Ruchla remained in the children's barracks in the camp. In December 1944 she was sent, together with 19 other Jewish children ages 5 - 12, to the Neuengamme camp near Hamburg, where they were subjected to medical experimentaton, then on April 20, 1945, were taken to a school building and…

Editing pictures taken in Auschwitz can be risky. What do you think about this collage? The train car from the unloading ramp at Birkenau and a sculpture from the main exhibition which expresses hunger... (The Last Stop by Gonkly)

Editing pictures taken in Auschwitz can be risky. What do you think about this collage? The train car from the unloading ramp at Birkenau and a sculpture from the main exhibition which expresses hunger... (The Last Stop by Gonkly)

Auschwitz Memorial / 1981

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