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Over the past few years I have become increasingly interested in World War II history specifically the Holocaust It was part of my family history and I learned all about it from my Grandmother and in my history classes My Great Grandfather was at one time a prisoner of Buchenwald On my visit to Europe in the fall of 2000 I was fortunate enough to be able to visit the Auchweitz Concentration camp I was walking through the Concentration camp by myself feeling a little rushed because I had only been allowed an hour and a half to view everything My first impression was a sense of profound mourning The lighting was very dim and many people were around It was as if everyone there was going through their own private agonies but I was witnessing them somehow a part of them The place where I lost all self-control was about midway through the camp There was an old train car that had been used for transporting people from other camps to Auchweitz a death camp I had to walk through it to continue on and on the other side of the car there were piles of suitcases with names written in chalk on the sides I could suddenly imagine the SS officers telling the desperate people to clearly label their baggage so it wouldnt get lost all the time knowing the owners would step off the train and into the crematorium The monsters took malicious pleasure in perpetuating the false hopes of the doomed I looked around me and I saw a young woman staring about tears streaming down her face I felt like I was being engulfed by a huge wave I have all of this anger inside me over all of these lost lives It just sits and festers in my gut because I have no outlet for it I desperately need to do something to avenge or solve the atrocities of
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