This person was raised as a Hasidic Jew in Poland where she grew up in poverty and was imprisoned for political activities prior to imprisonment in Auschwitz.
This person was one of the head doctors of Auschwitz and was named the Angel of Death because of gruesome experiments conducted on prisoners.
This was the term used for new arrivals in Auschwitz.
This was the term used to describe prisoners who are leaders of the prisoner cell blocks.
These people were members of Hitler's personal armed guard and were responsible for running Auschwitz.
This person was a prisoner who helped someone get a job as an infirmary worker.
This person was a political prisoner who helped someone get to the infirmary.
This person was chief of a work battalion feared by camp members.
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