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    Auschwitz Horrors

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    Auschwitz : The Horrors of the Camps During WWII, the Nazi Regime acted upon pure animosity to the Jewish people. From 1940-1945, the most notable death camp, Auschwitz, served as a hell for the Jewish people of Europe. Forced out of their homes without any choice, the Jewish people were sent to Auschwitz. Living in detrimental conditions, the Jewish people clung onto their hopes, awaiting liberation and peace although many did not. Auschwitz continues to symbolize the horrors of intolerance and war. Who Went to Auschwitz and Why? Auschwitz served many purposes within the run of WII. The establishment of Auschwitz was primarily used to house the real and potential enemies of the Nazi Regime. An example would include: the Jewish, artists, educators, Gypsies, communists, homosexuals, and the mentally and physically disabled. In addition, Auschwitz camps also served as a forced…

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    Commandment Of Auschwitz

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    Auschwitz the scariest and worst place to ever experience. Auschwitz was the most known concentration camp because it was the harshest and most cruel camp with the most mass murderers. Truly the worst to experience the living conditions are horrific and they had fierce leaders and many murders have been committed. Auschwitz the scariest most known concentration of them all. Rudolf Hoess: Rudolf Hoess was the leader of the camp and in the highest command. Him and Hitler were basically best…

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    Auschwitz is unlike the other concentration camps, while others are only a small part of the system; Auschwitz was the main camp. This concentration camp/ death camp was larger than the rest and have different sections for different actions. Auschwitz had three sections built within it these include Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II, and Auschwitz III. In 1942 through 1944 the SS authorities at Auschwitz established thirty-nine smaller camps. The inmates were forced into working in either the coal mines…

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    Essay On Auschwitz

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    The German concentration camp, Auschwitz was one of the most horrific holocaust camps where over one million prisoners containing Jews and other races were murdered or worked in labor camps. Everyone was either experiencing harsh living conditions, used for inhumane medical experiments, or were murdered. Thousands of Jews and other racial groups were sent from the ghettos to one of the biggest death camps, Auschwitz. The life they had was either taken in an instint or slowly and painfully sucked…

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    Survival In Auschwitz

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    Never will words be able to do justice to the torture, sadness, and pure loss of hope experienced within the barbed wire fences of concentration camps. Primo Levi’s recount of his time as a prisoner is the closest anyone on the outside will ever come to truly being able to understand it without experiencing the imprisonment first hand. Human beings were destroyed in these camps; deprived of their humanity and minimized to just a number. The Nazi Regime stripped these people of their past,…

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    Around 1.3 million people were transported to Auschwitz, while around 1.1 of them died there. (“Auschwitz 2”) Auschwitz was sadly one of the most efficient concentration camps, mainly because of the large amount of Jews killed there, it was located in southern Poland, and started off as a detention center for prisoners. It soon evolved into something much worse, a death camp where men, women, and children were all murdered, usually by gas chambers, burning in the crematoria, or simply by…

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    Good morning/afternoon, today I will be speaking about Auschwitz, Josef Mengele and the experiments held there. Auschwitz was the largest of all Nazi death camps and likely to be the most notorious of all. Opened in the spring of 1940, its first commandant was Rudolf Hoss, who had history running other concentration camps throughout Germany. During World War II, more than 1 million people lost their lives in Auschwitz. In January 1945, with the Soviet Army approaching, Nazi officials ordered…

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    Auschwitz, a concentration camp located in an area of Poland named Selvia, was composed of three camps with horrid living conditions and was liberated on January 27, 1945 with almost 7,000 prisoners freed (“Auschwitz”). Auschwitz I, located near the city of Oswiecim, finished construction on April of 1940 at an abandoned army base and was the main camp. It was used to kill enemies and forced the prisoners for production and construction; any that refused to work or seemed like a threat to the…

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    Auschwitz was a concentration camp used in the final solution, a large genocide of almost all jews, gypsies, and disabled in Germany and some surrounding countries. The main way of killing in Auschwitz was a poison gas that was used in gas chambers.“The poison gas Zyklon B. was produced by the German company Denglisch”. There was one main gas chamber in Auschwitz. There were two smaller gas chambers in Auschwitz. Inmates at Auschwitz were also exposed to slave labor. The main gate at Auschwitz…

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    Auschwitz was a gruesome concentration camp in Oswiecim, Poland during World War II (“Auschwitz- Birkenau”). Auschwitz was established on May 26, 1940 by German Nazis (“Auschwitz-Birkenau”). Auschwitz is known to be the largest and most notorious out of all the death camps (History.com Staff). More people died at Auschwitz than at any other concentration camp (Arnett, George). There were three main Auschwitz camps and many sub-camps. The three main camps include, Auschwitz I (the main camp),…

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