To me Auschwitz means a place which becomes a death factory, a process of killing, torture and labour workings. It was a astonishing, unique and torturous place for the people who was forced into suffering from it. I see Auschwitz to be a group of buildings which imflicted torture, pain and suffering inside the buildings.
It doesnt mean anything before it was used by now the only meaning on Auschwitz is "The word Auschwitz comes from a Nazi concentraion camp in the town Auschwitz. ____________ It is just the German version of the Polish name: Oswiechim.
With respect, there was no "Auschwitz war", so what do you really mean?
If you mean number of camps then their were 3 main camps called; Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II Birkenau and Auschwitz III Monowitz and their were 45 sub camps, look at related links of what the subcamps were
If you mean Auschwitz, it's was a conentration camp in Poland.
Do you mean Auschwitz??
The words "Arbeit Macht Frei" at the gate of Auschwitz are generally translated as "Work will set you free".
It was their prisoner number.
Auschwitz I, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Monowitz were the main camps of Auschwitz
because they were ordered to. This does not mean that they could not have asked for a transfer out, but all of the doctors were in the military and as such they would have been posted.
There were 5 Crematoria at Auschwitz, 1 in Auschwitz I and 4 in Auschwitz II (Birkenau).
An article by Franczisek Piper, head of research at the Auschwitz Museum, published in 1989 gives these estimates:Entered Auschwitz - about 1.3 million.Left Auschwitz alive - about 190,000.This does not, however, mean that 190,000 survived the Holocaust. Many were moved to other camps, where they perished.
Auschwitz I Stammlager, Auschwitz II Birkenau and Auschwitz III Monowitz
"Work makes you free".
Auschwitz is in Poland.
Auschwitz Birkenau was established at Auschwitz but Auschwitz is now called OÅ›wiÄ™cim.
The idea of Auschwitz was Hitler. but the people who built it it was the prisoners, who was going to be in Auschwitz.
No but their was subcamps near Auschwitz which was for women _____ Auschwitz II included a women's camp and Auschwitz III had a women's section.
Auschwitz I (The main, first Auschwitz camp) Auschwitz II (Birkenau - aka the death camp) Auschwitz III (Monowitz - aka Buna, a work camp)
Auschwitz I- Birkenau
Auschwitz is in Poland .
Auschwitz was built in Poland because the camp was there before it was called Auschwitz.
They were Auschwitz concentration camp numbers and did not have any 'meaning'.
Buna is a work camp mainly and it is also in Auschwitz as well as the main Auschwitz camp and Auschwitz-Birkenau, the death camp.
Auschwitz-I (Stammlager), Auschwitz-II Birkenau, and Auschwitz III-Monowitz... And then the forty-odd satellite camps that surrounded...
You no doubt mean krematorium II and Krematorium III, which housed the largest gas chambers. They were not the only extemination complexes on Auschwitz, but they were where most people were killed.