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THE AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU CONCENTRATION CAMP IN WORLD WAR II In the event of war the result will not be the bolshevisation of the earth and thus the victory for Jewry but the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe Adolf Hitler We shall never be rough and heartless when it is not necessary that is clear We Germans who are the only people in the world who have a decent attitude towards animals will also assume a decent attitude towards these human animals -SS Reichsfuehrer Heinrich Himmler All over the world Auschwitz has become a symbol of terror genocide and the Holocaust It was established by the Nazis in 1940 in the suburbs of Oswiecim a Polish city that was annex to the Third Reich by the Nazis Its name was changed to Auschwitz which also became the name of Konzentrationslage Auschwitz The camp was established in mid-1940 more than year before the Germans embarked upon the Endlsung der Judenfrage Final Solution of the Jewish Question the plan systematically carried out to murder all the Jews living in the countries occupied by the Third Reich It is known as the largest of the death camps However the evil that drove the Gestapo so enthusiastically involved in the genocide of Jews and the relief of the Aryan race and the marks revealing the hatred can easily be seen inside the camp The location of the camp practically in the center of German-occupied Europe and its convenient transportation connections led the Nazis to expand Auschwitz on an enormous scale At its peak the camp was composed of three parts including the Birkenau Camp All the camps were isolated from the outside world The pre-evacuated Polish houses within 40 km square radius of the camps were demolished due to so-called security reasons This zone was later to be used as a military area
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