Auschwitz I Labor camp

Auschwitz I Labor camp

The concentration camp established on Polish territory was the administrative center of a huge camp complex.

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Auschwitz, concentration camp, extermination camp, holocaust, genocide, gas chamber, Hitler, Jewish, Roma, crematorium, SS, war crime, deportation, Arbeit macht frei, barrack, Oświęcim, captive, camp, execution, prisoner of war, National Socialism, Höß, Hoess, Liebehenschel, barbed wire, Baer, Mengele, death, history, labor camp, Germany

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