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Auschwitz is one of the most difficult experiences I have endured. There are no words to describe the feelings of walking onto the grounds of a death camp. It was upsetting, angering, frustrating, and purely horrifying to see how the victims "lived." The things I saw on this day will stay with me forever.

Cans that contained Cyclone B for killing in gas chambers

Victims' hair that the Nazis would use to make cloth:


Confiscated glasses:

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This was one of the hardest visuals to take in. Here are all of the confiscated shoes. There were two rows, separated by a hallway, with shoes piled to the ceiling. large_DSC02090.jpglarge_DSC02092.jpglarge_DSC02093.jpglarge_DSC02095.jpglarge_DSC02097.jpglarge_DSC02098.jpglarge_DSC02100.jpglarge_DSC02103.jpglarge_DSC02105.jpglarge_DSC02107.jpglarge_DSC02108.jpglarge_DSC02110.jpglarge_DSC02111.jpglarge_DSC02112.jpglarge_DSC02113.jpglarge_DSC02119.jpglarge_DSC02121.jpglarge_DSC02122.jpglarge_DSC02125.jpglarge_DSC02127.jpglarge_DSC02129.jpglarge_DSC02130.jpglarge_DSC02131.jpglarge_DSC02134.jpglarge_DSC02136.jpg

Posted by Lwardynski 13:42

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