Explore the history of The Auschwitz-Birkenau German Nazi Concentration Camp.

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About KL Auschwitz - Holocaust Museum

The name Konzentrationslager Auschwitz covered the concentration camp Auschwitz I in Oświęcim established in 1940 for the Polish political prisoners, the death camp Auschwitz II-Birkenau established in 1941 in place of the displaced village of Brzezinka, and the labour camp Auschwitz III - Monowitz established in 1942 in Monowice. Auschwitz III consisted also of more than 40 satellite camps located near to mines and factories which used the prisoners for slave labour in mining and heavy industry...

A camp number: 6804

A story about August Kowalczyk, a KL Auschwitz prisoner (#6804) who managed to escape. Read what happened to him after he found his way to freedom.


An amazing escape organised by three Poles and one Ukrainian. Three of them wore SS uniforms they stole from an SS storeroom, the fourth was chained like a prisoner. But that's only a beggining of the story...

The most spectacular escape


Volunteered to the death

A Franciscan monk volunteered to replace another prisoner who was sentenced to death in a starvation cell of Block 11. Know his story as he was later canonized by the Pope John Paull II.


Discover an amazing story of Jerzy Bielecki and Cyla Cybulska. An Auschwitz prisoners that fell in love with each other while being in the camp.

The most romantic escape


...and plenty more!

Readers reviews

Alice Bolton

Very informative! I knew only some of the facts gathered in this eBook. I have to admit it is very touching and shocking: both the prisoners stories and the camp history. It makes me want to see it on my own eyes.

Great eBook. I have been to Auschwitz and I have to admit this eBook had completed some of the information that I got to know while visiting that holocaust memorial. I highly recommend reading it to everybody!

Matt Garrod

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