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21 May 1942 | 22 prisoners were released from the German camp. One of them was Fryderyk Czop (no. 198, b. 1 January 1923 in Nowy Sącz, a junior high student) who was deported to the camp on June 14, 1940 in the first transport of Poles.
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21 maja 1942 r. z niemieckiego obozu zwolniono 22 więźniów, w tym Fryderyka Czopa (nr 198, ur. 1 stycznia 1923 r. w Nowym Sączu, uczeń gimnazjalny) z pierwszego transportu Polaków z 14 czerwca 1940 r.
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W obozie Auschwitz polscy Żydzi byli od samego początku istnienia obozu. Do marca 1942 r. to nieco ponad 2 tysiące więźniów.
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The story of began in spring of 1940. The Germans established the camp in the occupied Polish territory annexed into the Third Reich. SS chose former army barracks at the city of Oświęcim (Auschwitz in German). Learn the history of Auschwitz:
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Gracias. Hay maneras de aprender sobre la historia de Auschwitz - también en línea. La gente puede seguir , ver visita virtual: o usar nuestra lección online:
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Thank you for the RT & thank you for remembering. Please follow where everyday we commemorate and educate about the history of Auschwitz.
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In life of people with disabilities had no value. However their prosthetics were robbed and became source of income for the camp. Some were discovered after the liberation. Today they became a warning.
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Thank you for the RT & thank you for remembering. Please follow where everyday we commemorate and educate about the history of Auschwitz.
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The factual mistakes made by the author of "The Tattooist of Auschwitz" as well as all misinterpretations resulted in creating a distorted version of Auschwitz. This is dangerous and disrespectful to history. The story deserves better. review:
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The local world knew. Thousanss of people were brutally expelled from their houses when Auschwitz was in construction. Those people suffered their share in reality of occupation. Many risked their lives to help prisoners of Auschwitz. See their stories:
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In life of people with disabilities had no value. However their prosthetics were robbed and became source of income for the camp. Some were discovered after the liberation. Today they became a warning.
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Children's shoes. Around 232,000 & young people up to the age of 18 (including 216,000 , 11,000 , at least 3,000 Poles, over 1,000 Byelorussians, and some Russians, Ukrainians & others) were among 1.3 million people deported by Germans to .
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Replying to @RachGreenb
Just to clear the facts: nearby villages and towns were not covered with human ash from crematoria of Auschwitz.
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Fields nearby Birkenau camp were sometimes covered with grey dust. However outside of the isolated camp area there are rather stories of smell and visible smoke.
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Crematoria chimneys did not have filters. Dust was spread with the wind which is noted in testimonies. However it is not the scale 'depicted in the movies'.
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This discussion is over. Such language is awful and sad. The history of Auschwitz warns us what are the results of hateful and stereotypical generalizations.
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She said in NY Times: "The book does not claim to be an academic historical piece of non-fiction, I’ll leave that to the academics and historians.” The author blocked the Memorial on her Facebook page to avoid criticism there.
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We suggest learning history of Auschwitz first. Here is the collection of online lessons: .
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