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Bismarckhütte sub-camp Chorzow-Batory, Poland Photo by Michael Challoner 2012

Bismarckhütte sub-camp Chorzow-Batory, Poland Photo by Michael Challoner 2012

Solahütte Sub Camp of Auschwitz in the polish town of Międzybrodzie.  This was the entrance to the SS retreat taken from the position where SS soldiers famously posed for a picture.  Photo by Auschwitz Study Group founder, Michael Challoner

Solahütte Sub Camp of Auschwitz in the polish town of Międzybrodzie. This was the entrance to the SS retreat taken from the position where SS soldiers famously posed for a picture. Photo by Auschwitz Study Group founder, Michael Challoner

Wirtschaftshof Plawy Sub Camp of Auschwitz in the small village of Plawy south of Birkenau. These are 2 camp posts from the former SS farm that have been converted into a decorational feature.  Photo by Auschwitz Study Group founder, Michael Challoner

Wirtschaftshof Plawy Sub Camp of Auschwitz in the small village of Plawy south of Birkenau. These are 2 camp posts from the former SS farm that have been converted into a decorational feature. Photo by Auschwitz Study Group founder, Michael Challoner

Sosnowitz 2 Sub Camp of Auschwitz in the Polish town of Sosnowiec. This was the area where prisoners lived and worked opposite the rail track in a steel mill, casting barrels for anti-aircraft cannon and producing shells

Sosnowitz 2 Sub Camp of Auschwitz in the Polish town of Sosnowiec. This was the area where prisoners lived and worked opposite the rail track in a steel mill, casting barrels for anti-aircraft cannon and producing shells

Gleiwitz III Sub Camp of Auschwitz. This is the area of the sub-camp where prisoners lived and worked at the renovation of the Glewitzer Hütte factory building, followed by production of arms, ammunition, and railroad wheels.  Photo shows 2 former camp posts converted into a gate by the new owner of the property.  Photo by Auschwitz Study Group founder, Michael Challoner

Gleiwitz III Sub Camp of Auschwitz. This is the area of the sub-camp where prisoners lived and worked at the renovation of the Glewitzer Hütte factory building, followed by production of arms, ammunition, and railroad wheels. Photo shows 2 former camp posts converted into a gate by the new owner of the property. Photo by Auschwitz Study Group founder, Michael Challoner

Kobier Sub Camp of Auschwitz in the Polish town of Kobiór near Pszczyna. This is the entrance to the former sub camp where prisoners worked in the forest chopping trees for material to construct the Birkenau camp.

Kobier Sub Camp of Auschwitz in the Polish town of Kobiór near Pszczyna. This is the entrance to the former sub camp where prisoners worked in the forest chopping trees for material to construct the Birkenau camp.

Tschechowitz-Bombensucherkommando Sub Camp of Auschwitz where prisoners worked at clearing unexploded bombs. Photo shows the largest SS bomb shelter by the sub camp.  Photo by Auschwitz Study Group founder, Michael Challoner

Tschechowitz-Bombensucherkommando Sub Camp of Auschwitz where prisoners worked at clearing unexploded bombs. Photo shows the largest SS bomb shelter by the sub camp. Photo by Auschwitz Study Group founder, Michael Challoner

Wirtschaftshof Birkenau, the SS farm close to Birkenau where 300 prisoners lived and worked. A sub camp of Auschwitz. Photo by Michael Challoner

Wirtschaftshof Birkenau, the SS farm close to Birkenau where 300 prisoners lived and worked. A sub camp of Auschwitz. Photo by Michael Challoner

A Day in the History - 5th July 1944 After an interrogation in the Political Department, the French female prisoner Berta Falk (camp no. 14,184) was sent for three months to the female Penal Company because she had written a short story in which she related how she imagined the liberation of Paris by the Allies. READ MORE : https://www.instagram.com/p/BHe3F7OhS5t/?taken-by=auschwitz.study.group

A Day in the History - 5th July 1944 After an interrogation in the Political Department, the French female prisoner Berta Falk (camp no. 14,184) was sent for three months to the female Penal Company because she had written a short story in which she related how she imagined the liberation of Paris by the Allies. READ MORE : https://www.instagram.com/p/BHe3F7OhS5t/?taken-by=auschwitz.study.group

Auschwitz, Poland, Forced labor in the death camp.

Auschwitz, Poland, Forced labor in the death camp.

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