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"Holocaust denial is already a terrifying reality. What will it be a hundred years from now if all the evidence is left to rot?"

Auschwitz Tourism - Concentration Camp Preservation

"Holocaust denial is already a terrifying reality. What will it be a hundred years from now if all the evidence is left to rot?

Witold Pilecki was a soldier of the Second Polish Republic He was the author of the first Intelligence report on Auschwitz, which the Polish government-in-exile used to convince the Allies that the Germans were carrying out genocide of the Jewish people.Pilecki volunteered to work for a Polish resistance operation  to get himself arrested and imprisoned in Auschwitz. He got his info & escaped.Stalin had him executed in 1948.

Witold Pilecki, a Polish soldier, volunteered to infiltrate the Auschwitz concentration camp as a prisoner and escaped with intelligence that convinced the allies that the Holocaust was taking place.

Corrie Ten Boom - missionary

Christ is Deeper Still

Corrie Ten Boom lived in Holland during World War II. Her family was part of the Dutch Resistance Movement that protected and aided the Jews during the Nazi oppression. Her life is one amazing stor…

prisoners carry large stones up the "stairs of death" from the quarry at the mauthausen concentration camp

Stairs of Death (Todesstiege) — the 186 steps at Mauthausen

Stairs of Death - Mauthausen. Prisoners carrying heavy stone up the uneven, treacherous steps.

An East German soldier helps a boy over the barbed wire on the East-West border. After this, the soldier was replaced and his fate unknown....but I believe he's in heaven.

An East German soldier helping a boy cross the newly formed ‘Berlin Wall,’ The boy was found on the opposite side of the wall from his family. Despite given orders by the East German government to let no one pass, the soldier helped the boy through

The 89th Infantry Division in World War II was the first unit to actually come upon a Nazi concentration camp. The discovery of the Ohrdruf camp, by the 89th Infantry Division, is memorialized in the Holocaust Museum located in Washington, DC. Ohrdruf was a work camp, not an extermination camp, but the difference is difficult to discern. Prisoners were literally worked to death and disposed of by burning in incinerators, which was the most "cost-effective method".

Infantry Division of World War II: Ohrdruf/Reimahg

Infographic: Auschwitz by the Numbers.  Today marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.

Infographic: Auschwitz remembered - National

Infographic: Auschwitz by the Numbers. Today marks the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp Never forget and never let this happen again!

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