Extermination camps

Extermination Camps

Railway tracks and the gate to Auschwitz

Extermination Camps

What to know

Wall of Death in Auschwitz

Nazi’s Death Factories
Extermination camps are gloomy remains of World War II. During those hard times, when Poland was under German occupation, Nazis built their death factories. Auschwitz, Belzec, Stuthoff and many other camps were places of torment for thousands of Jews, Poles, Gypsies and other nations from all over Europe. The biggest death factory created by the Nazi’s was Auschwitz-Birkenau. Nearly 1.6 million people were murdered in KL Auschwitz.

To remember!

Concentration Camp’s Wardresses

Nowadays all of these places have been converted into museums, which show the cruelty and bestiality of Nazi aggressors. They are also monuments that keep the memory of heroes and victims alive. Visiting one of those camps is always a very touchy and instructive experience. They help us understand that peace and human lives are priceless, and we have to do our best to avoid such things happening again.


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