Yes, parts of Auschwitz I and II became a museum in 1947 and are open to the public.
Auschwitz I opened on May 1941 Auschwitz II Birkenau opened on October 1941 Auschwitz III Monowitz opened on October 1943
Chelmno and Belzec came into operation as an extermination camp a few months before Auschwitz II.
There are two Auschwitz Camps: Auschwitz 1 and Auschwitz Birkenau Auschwitz 1 Yes their were toilets, barracks style ones- they weren't particulalry good, but they weren't completley dreadful Auschwitz Birkenau Yes- there was a huge shed with a bench down the middle with holes in it. Appalling conditions, the toilets were completley open, so disease spread pretty quick
Auschwitz I, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Monowitz were the main camps of Auschwitz
1940-19454 years, 8 months and 5 days
It became a museum in 1947, but initially the parts open to the public were small.
4 years 7 months 1 week
They wanted to use it as a concentration camp and a extermination camp
There were 5 Crematoria at Auschwitz, 1 in Auschwitz I and 4 in Auschwitz II (Birkenau).
Auschwitz I Stammlager, Auschwitz II Birkenau and Auschwitz III Monowitz
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.
there was no daily quota, the gas chambers were only in opperation for about half of the time that Auschwitz was open. The main gas chambers were not on-line for much of that time. At the peak Auschwitz could murder 30,000 in a day, however this number was unsustainable over a long period.
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.
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...
Yes, Auschwitz was located in Poland.
Auschwitz was established by Heinrich Himmler.