Photos: Auschwitz Memorials and DisplaysClick on a thumbnail image to view the full photograph.
A washroom in Block 11--the "Death Block." Here condemned prisoners were made to undress before being shot. Temporary gas chamber used during 1941 and 1942. Urn of human ashes. One of the many suitcases found at the camp when the Soviet troops arrived. Prosthetic devices taken from prisoners. Cloth made from human hair. Seven tons of human hair were found in the camp warehouses. One small section of the "mountain" of shoes on display at the camp. Zyclon B cans. Zyclon B cans. This sculpture by Mieczyslaw Stobierski, at Auschwitz, is titled "Starvation." Detail of sculpture. Detail of sculpture. Sculpture by Anna Raynoch-Brzozowska, titled "Mother and Child." This sculpture titled "Wie Zien," is by Hanna Raynoch. Stained glass, 1977.
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