Researchers searched over 160,000 documents concerning the fate of around 30,000 men and women held in the camp where over 1 million people were murdered by the Nazis.
Auschwitz: Where Work Once Set You Free. But Only Upon Death; Eric MacKenzie Lamb; The St Kitts Nevis Observer
Usually, Eric MacKenzie Lamb’s travel pieces feature destinations which consist of a combination of stunning natural beauty, an off the beaten track location, as well as things to do and see- all of which, one hopes, leaves readers with a positive sense from learning at least something they hadn’t known before.
Liberation of Auschwitz: where is the Nazi concentration camp – and who liberated it during the Holocaust?; Matt Brooks; Scotsman
Auschwitz’s victims and their families are remembered on Holocaust Memorial Day…
Liberated in 1945, the Nazi concentration camp is one of Eastern Europe’s most visited sites—and most fragile…
Source: Can Auschwitz Be Saved?
From art installations to lectures, here are some ways to remember on January 27.
BBC drone video from January 2015 shows what remains of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
IT was a rainy autumn afternoon when the coach bus entered into Oswiecim, some 311km from the Polish capital of Warsaw. The bus was heading towards the town’s most notorious landmark. Antonia Chiam wes entering Auschwitz Concentration Camp and as the bus pulled in at the main reception building, she felt a deep sense of gloom. The rain did not help to lighten the mood.