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Rami Aug 16
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Polly Truscott Aug 10
Remembering the names of the 4,427 Spaniards who died in the concentration camp, -Gusen
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Jošt Hobič Aug 9
This was a quite though decision. But as we must not forget about the horrors of here is a concentration Camp. In remembrance of all who died here. This goes with your story about Spanish republican fighters being brought here.
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History_of_Geology May 5
May 5, 1945, is liberated by allied forces. Granite quarry of the concentration camp of Mauthausen, used to work people to death or for executions - 100.000 victims here alone. In 2009 the Mauthausen Granit was used to create a sculpture agains fascism & war
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Auschwitz Memorial Aug 8
8 August 1938 | The first group of prisoners was transferred from Dachau camp to . This date marks the beginning of operation of this concentration camp. During this phase, the prisoners had to build the camp and set up operations in the quarry.
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Bielszym May 5
🇵🇱🇭🇺On the day of the liberation of the Nazi German concentration camp let us commemorate Henryk Sławik who was murdered there on 23.8.1944. As the Polish Government in Exile delegate to Hungary during WWII, Sławik helped to save the life of about 5,000 Polish Jews.
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Institute of National Remembrance Aug 8
On August 8 1939 #German Camp was established. It was a place of martyrology of Polish intelligentsia, as many Poles imprisoned during were held there. In1940 the sub camp in was established with the aim to exterminate Polish intelligentsia there.
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March of the Living May 5
Today, some of our participants to last weeks have led a ceremony commemorating the liberation of the Austrias infamous concentration camp. We admire the commitment of the Jewish teenagers, to fight for the memory if those who perished.
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M Strubell May 5
The moment when Minister Delgado stomps away in a huff from the memorial event, when the representative refers to (who inaugurated the plaque in 2017!) as a "political prisoner".
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Auschwitz Exhibition Aug 8
August 8, 1938 | The SS transfers the first prisoners from the Dachau concentration camp to . The prisoners, who were all German and Austrian men, had to build their own camp and set up operations in the quarry.
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Auschwitz Exhibition Aug 6
August 6, 1940 | First convoy with 392 Spanish Republican prisoners arrives to camp in . In the picture, their liberation. Learn more about Spaniard prisoners in this camp:
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alleged World's Court Jester May 5
Why have the FPÖ-party-leaders not been invited to the commemorative ceremony at the Mauthausen concentration camp? I would have invited them and made them stay there for at least the whole day.
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Bielszym Jun 12
Replying to @Ojdadana
„Bystanders” in , the death camp of Polish intelligentsia: Poles constituted the largest ethnic group in this German concentration camp located in Austria. was qualified by the Nazi authorities as the hardest concentration camp in the III Reich.
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Heidemaria Gürer Jul 25
Visit to WW2 transit camp from where 550, mainly political prisoners,were transported to and never came back; many more transported to for "Arbeitsdienst"
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On we reflect on the camp, where tortured inmates secretly sewed a flag in anticipation of an American . After being liberated, the inmates presented the flag to Col. Richard Seibel The flag can be seen @ the MOT in “The Greatest Generation” case.
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