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This essay provides an overview of the history of Auschwitz. It takes the reader through the process from the prisoners' arrival by train to their eventual means of extermination or liberation. The paper describes the different groups into which the prisoners were split and their fates.
From the Paper:"On October 7th, 1944, a group of inmates came together during an uprising, taking SS guards by surprise using makeshift weapons of stones, axes, hammers, and homemade grenades. They overcame the SS guards and blew up a crematorium with smuggled explosives. Hundreds of prisoners ended up escaping, but were recaptured and executed promptly. This revolt, although the most effective of all attempts, still did not liberate any of the prisoners."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Auschwitz: Inside the Nazi State. http://www.pbs.org/auschwitz/40-45/liberation/.
- Feinberg, Ron. BEHIND THE BARBED WIRE; Pilgrimage to Auschwitz a melancholy journey for metro Atlanta Jews. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: 5 November 2006. http://www.ajc.com
- Holocaust Remembrance Network. http://isurvived.org/AUSCHWITZ_TheCamp.html.
- Medical Experimentation. The Nizkor Project. http://isurvived.org/Frameset4References/-Auschwitz_aGuide.html
- Moretti, John. Restoration or Preservation? The New York Sun: 10 January 2007.
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Auschwitz (2007, April 23) Retrieved July 11, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/auschwitz-94232/
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