Objects & Places from Auschwitz: True Tales from a Grotesque Land

Sara Nomberg-Przuytyk
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Lublin, Poland

This place was the author's home town where she returned after her release from Auschwitz.

Auschwitz

This place was an infamous concentration camp.

Selection

This was a method used by the infirmary doctors to process prisoners.

The Gas Chamber

These were showers used to kill thousands of prisoners daily.

Crematorium

This was the place where bodies were taken.

Mass Graves

This was the place where thousands of bodies were piled.

The Internationale

This was music sung by camp members in times of despair and hope.

Food

This was scarce and was often viciously fought over.

The Death Block

This place was where prisoners were put prior to being killed.

Registration Numbers

This was used to identify prisoners.

The Infirmary

This was meant to treat the sick and used for experimentation.

Ravensbruck, Germany

This place was where prisoners were moved to in early 1945.

Lice

This was a...

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