The inscription reads: Arbeit Macht Frei
The same cynical slogan was written over the gates of most Nazi concentration camps, including Dachau, Sachenhausen, Theresienstadt and Gross-Rosen.
Inmates who were chosen for slave labour had their own saying or motto, which was "Der Weg in die Freiheit führt durch den Schornstein" - "The route to freedom leads up the chimney".
Buchenwald had the slogan: "Jedem das Seine" - "To each [according to] his just deserts".
Incidentally, both sayings predate the Nazis.
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
An inscription is writing carved into something. For instance the writing on a tombstone.
With respect, there was no "Auschwitz war", so what do you really mean?
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.
Above the main entrance is the inscription (translated from Latin), "In honor of the prince of apostles; by Paul V Borghese, a Roman, Supreme Pontiff, in the year 1612 and the seventh year of his pontificate."from the New World Encyclopedia website
'Inscription' can have exactly the same meaning as the English word inscription. It can also translate as sign-in, sign-up-for, put your name down for something.
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An entrance; a place of entrance.
If you mean Auschwitz, it's was a conentration camp in Poland.
it means to writte something
I'm not quite sure what you mean. Obviously, when the Allies reached concentration camps they liberated them. The Soviet Army reached the three main sites of Auschwitz on 27 Janaury 1945 and were greeted by about 7,500 survivors, all of them malnourished and many of them desperately ill.
Do you mean Auschwitz??
The words "Arbeit Macht Frei" at the gate of Auschwitz are generally translated as "Work will set you free".
A frontispiece is the illustration facing the title page of a book, or the main entrance to a building (especially if it is decorated to draw attention).
Inscription is a "the worfing on a medal, note or tomb". Also it means "words inscribed, as on a monument or in a book
The correct words are Arbeit Macht Frei. They are German words. They were a slogan on a large arching sign that was over the entrance to the Auschwitz death camp. The words literally mean , 'Work Makes Free,' but they've been interpreted to mean 'Work Liberates,' or 'Work Sets You Free.'
It was their prisoner number.
Entrance? what do you mean? Whatever it is anyway you probably can't do it.
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.
Appearing on the entrance of Auschwitz and other Nazi concentration camps,was the slogan: "arbeit macht frei" which translates into English as:"work sets you free."
Instances is a WoW slang term for dungeons. Instance entrance is the Entrance to the dungeon.
"Work makes you free".
You mean what's his entrance theme, right? Cult of Personality by Living Colour