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Auschwitz Exhibition
Angel Sanz Briz at his desk
In mid-1944, barely a year before World War II drew to a close, Hungary was home to the last Jewish community in Europe not to have been exterminated by the Nazis. When Germany invaded the country in March, plans were put into effect to press on with the Final Solution by deporting the almost 800,000...
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Jóvenes visitando la exposición
More than 620 school groups from all over Spain have already made a reservation to visit the Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. exhibition during its first weeks in Madrid. 
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Auschwitz
Today, more than ever, #WeRemember all of them: Jews, Poles, Roma, homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses, political enemies of the German Nazi regime, criminal prisoners, people with disabilities...
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Alambrado Auschwitz
HISTORY will join during next week the tribute to the more than 6,000,000 victims of Nazism, through the broadcast of a special unpublished programming in Spain.
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By January 1945, the Third Reich stood on the verge of military defeat. Most of German East Prussia was already under Soviet occupation. Soviet forces besieged Warsaw, Poland, and Budapest, Hungary, as they prepared to push German forces back toward the interior of the Reich.
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Solomon y su mujer Perla
Solomon was born near Oświęcim in 1896 and married his wife Perla in 1923. Not long after, they moved to Antwerp in Belgium where Perla made clothes that Solomon would sell.
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Visitando los campos de concentración
Two million one hundred thousand people from all over the world visited the site of the former German Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz and Auschwitz II-Birkenau, which are both protected by the Museum, in 2017. It’s over 50 thousand more than in 2016, when for the first time the attendance at the Memorial was...
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Escritorio de los Haberfeld
Before the Second World War and the Nazi Holocaust, Oswiecim was a peaceful Polish town on the bank of the Vistula; a reasonably prosperous place from which few people outside of Central Europe had heard and where more than half of its 10,000 inhabitants were Jews.
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During the following weeks, the Auschwitz Exhibition opening times will be subject to slight variations in order to better respond to the necessities of our visitors during the Christmas festivities. This way, both on December 24th, Christmas Eve, and December 31st, New Year’s Eve, the exhibition will be open to the public from 10:00h to...
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