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  1. Face to Face. Art in Auschwitz

    Face to Face. Art in Auschwitz

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    This publication is an extensive presentation of works by Auschwitz prisoners, encompassing all forms of camp art – both works done on order for the German SS staff and illegal works created by prisoners in the greatest secrecy, documenting crimes and expressing the feelings of the imprisoned people. Learn More
  2. Auschwitz after liberation -  Jacek Lachendro

    Auschwitz after liberation - Jacek Lachendro

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    “Auschwitz after the liberation” is the new publication of the Museum, written by Dr. Jacek Lachendro, historian from the Research Center, in connection with the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. It is most of all the history of what happened in the premises of the former German Nazi Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp from the moment of liberation until the creation of the State Museum in 1947. Learn More
  3. Auschwitz. Residence of death

    Auschwitz. The Residence of Death

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    We offer our readers this album about Auschwitz Concentration Camp, which contains both archival material from the years when the camp was in operation and contemporary photographs of what is left. Learn More
  4. Marek Poloncarz. Prisoners from the Chech Lands in the Auschwitz

    Marek Poloncarz. Prisoners from the Chech Lands in the Auschwitz

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    Marek Poloncarz. Prisoners from the Chech Lands in the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp Auschwitz grew to be a place of suffering and death also for many inhabitants of the Czech lands. In addition to the chief victims of the Holocaust — Czech Jewry deported to Auschwitz from the Terezin Ghetto, and the victims of the Roma genocide from the camps at Ledy nad Hodonin, thousands of other people from the Czech lands were also sent to Auschwitz on varoius grounds. Most of the them perished in the camp, others disappeared without a trace, many returned home with their health sapped. Learn More

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