The most notorious Nazi death camp in Poland during the Holocaust. Marked by its notorious gate slogan "Arbeit Macht Frei", Auschwitz was also the site where Josef Mengele performed his "experiments" on prisoners.
The phrase, which translates from German into "work makes you free," is the the same phrase that infamously adorned the gate at the entrance to Auschwitz.
“I’m still young, I want to live”; even in their darkest hour, the prisoners of the Nazi camps wrote songs of hope.
The video contains humorous music whose lyrics include “Tell everybody I’m on my way.”
A Thai composer has given an operatic treatment to an unlikely affair between a Jewish prisoner and a German guard
The memorial announced on Wednesday that it would shut down until March 25.
In a statement posted last week on its website, the museum said it is “monitoring this issue on an ongoing basis.
“Now that we’re that close to Europe, it makes sense to go there,” she told me. At first I was very uncomfortable with the idea.
The festive evening capped a groundbreaking interfaith mission to Poland that began the day before with a visit to Auschwitz to deepen understanding of the Holocaust.
Does the Holocaust shape the identity of those who do not have personal relationships with those who fled Nazi-Europe?
We entered the gas chambers in silence... there was no talking allowed.