Auschwitz II-Birkenau German Death Camp – Poland

with No Comments


In the Autumn of 1941, 10,000 Soviet prisoners of war arrived at the site of Auschwitz 2 Birkenau. Their job was to build the concentration camp. During the winter most of them died.

Over the next years more than 1.1 million people died here. Most of them where Jewish. Because it was not only a death camp, some survivors were able to tell what happened here.

On 27 January 1944 Auschwitz was liberated. After the war Auschwitz became the symbol of the Holocaust. 

Also on

Check out our album about our hike to Castle Eltz in Germany.

National Park the Hoge Veluwe is a good place to take photos. Apart from the Kröller Müller Museum one finds a variety of landscapes with its flora and fauna.

Check all our photo albums of the United Kingdom.

We also have a blog. Check out this story about Montluçon in France.

The medieval city of Montluçon has much to offer: old houses, churches, a real château overlooking the city, a nice restaurant. But the best is friendship.

On our blog you can read all our stories set in France.

Leave a Reply