After the war, many people wondered why the conditions in the concentration camps were so bad that no one escaped from prison. This is different from the concentration camps built by China and Japan. I am not talking about management regulations or the like. We Chinese escaped from prison. It was on Chinese soil, and Auschwitz was surrounded by Poles who had at least an unfavorable attitude towards Jews. How to escape, where to go
Our bones are here waiting for your bones This was originally a sentence printed on the Portuguese Bone Church. The priests moved the corpses of the black death patients into the church and piled them into a small pyramid over time. People simply used the bones as decoration and built a human bone church. Poland used to be sad and heavy, but Krakow was particularly gloomy, because there is a place that no one wants to mention: Auschwitz concentration camp. Auschwitz under World War II was just like Nanjing under World War II. I watched "Schindler's List", "The Pianist", "The Beautiful Life", and "The Boy in Striped Pajamas" for a while. Whether I want to visit this notorious Nazi concentration camp is repeatedly hesitant. It happened that Warsaw was going to Budapest. The car was going from Krakow. I thought I would go there. So I bumped from Krakow for another hour to the gate of Auschwitz. Rows of brick houses came into view. They were the barracks that used to contain "prisoners", crematoriums, and gas chambers. I remember that the last one I visited was the showroom where the Jewish hair and clothing were kept intact. What impressed me the most was an ins internet celebrity wearing a pink dress laughing on the track, and the sister next to her was taking pictures of her.
Auschwitz is one of the labor camps and extermination camps established during the Nazi Germany. It is known as the "death factory". Its site is located in the small city of Auschwitz in southern Poland, more than 300 kilometers from the Polish capital Warsaw. 1.1 million people were killed in this concentration camp, most of them were Jews. Visiting here, looking at the piles of victims’ relics, hair, suitcases, spectacle frames, razors, high heels, etc., I was full of depression and anger.
Auschwitz concentration camp (Polish: Obóz Koncentracyjny Auschwitz-Birkenau, German: Konzentrationslager Auschwitz, or Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp and extermination camp, also translated as Auschwitz concentration camp, or Auschwitz concentration camp) It is one of the labor camps and extermination camps established during the Nazi Germany. It is known as the "death factory". Its site is located in the small city of Auschwitz in southern Poland, more than 300 kilometers away from the Polish capital of Warsaw, and the second largest city in Poland. 60 kilometers southwest of Cove. Approximately 1.1 million people were killed in this concentration camp, most of whom were Jews.
Auschwitz is a small city, and if it weren't for the concentration camp, no one would pay attention to it. Although the movie "Schindler's List" has shown the cruel persecution of Jews in Auschwitz, I was still shocked when I came to the field today. Countless blood-colored trains like this, carrying thousands of Jewish men, women, and children, drive through the door of this blood-red building, along this long railway, into this creepy factory of death. Their lives were devastated, their wealth was looted and used as Hitler's war funds, and even their hair was cut to weave blankets. After the war, they discovered 8 tons of hair that could be used in the future. Fascist crimes are famous for this. The blue sky and white clouds above, the grass under the feet, the barracks, the endless barbed wire, the remains of the gas chamber incinerator, and the inscriptions commemorating the victims of the Jews in their respective countries under the remains of the furnace bricks. People of the world: Remember the past, never forget history, always adhere to peace and stay away from war.