Auschwitz & Birkenau

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Birkenau Concentration Camp
About the concentration camp prisoners Entering  Aushwitz concentration camp under the famous 'Arbeit Macht Frei' sign Walking amongst the buildings of the concentration camp Cell blocks Guard tower Where women prisoners were used as human guinea pigs We listen to the guide explain what we are seeing Tour group walking between cell blocks Electrified barbed wire around the women's section Gas chamber Inside the gas chamber Cremation ovens after prisoners were gassed Caution - high voltage risk Guard booth Prisoners came from a wide area Shoes of exterminated prisoners Brushes of exterminated prisoners Aushwitz was the only camp to tattoo prisoners Prison uniforms Some prisoner photos Entrance to the Birkenau Concentration Camp People walking amongst the guard's barracks The Aushwitz and Birkenau camps covered a large area Rail entrance to the camp Jews getting off the train's cattle cars This is where the people were sorted when getting off the rail cars Electrified barbed wire fence Prisoner's quarters Prisoner's latrines The Germans blew up the gas chambers and crematoriums at Birkenau at the end of the war Ewa tells Ehren about the memorial Memorial Steve, Jen, and Nicholas For ever let this place be a cry of despair Railroad for delivering prisoners Dave, Nicholas, and Andrew Signs explain how the gas chambers and crematoriums worked The camp kitchen with many chimneys Rail car used to transport prisoners How the Germans hid what was happening