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Answered 2012-01-21 03:27:57

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.

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