Auschwitz is in Poland, about 37 miles west of Krakow. It was in German-occupied Poland from 1939-1945. Auschwitz is the German name for the town.
The concentration camp and extermination camp were established by the Nazis outside the town of Oswiecim. The Auschwitz group of camps was a vast complex, with 3 camps on the main site and a further 45 sub-camps.
Poland Approx. 50N 19E
Auschwitz I, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Monowitz were the main camps of Auschwitz
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.
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.
Auschwitz is located in Poland.
From the nearby town of Auschwitz.
Auschwitz was liberated by the Soviets.
4,728,872,025 people was in Auschwitz ! (:
Auschwitz was in Poland.
Mainly Jews were persecuted in Auschwitz.
The Commandant of Auschwitz was Rudolf Hoess.
Auschwitz had 3 parts on the main site, and 45 sub camps. Auschwitz I (with the brick buildings- the original camp), Auschwitz II (Birkenau) and Auschwitz III (aka Monowitz, later Buna). For a few months (November 1943-May 1944) Auschwitz II was an independent camp, but was then merged back into the Auschwitz group.
From 1772-1918 the town was in the Austrian Empire Oswiecim, and Auschwitz was its German name.