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Sketch from the report: left, Auschwitz I showing the DAW, Siemens and Krupp factories; right, Auschwitz II showing four gas chambers and crematoria.
Sketch from the report: left, Auschwitz I showing the DAW, Siemens and Krupp factories; right, Auschwitz II showing four gas chambers and crematoria.
Alfréd Wetzler
Alfréd Wetzler
A sketch from the report, showing the rough layout of the crematoria
A sketch from the report, showing the rough layout of the crematoria
The Hungarian biologist George Klein saved his life by fleeing, rather than boarding a Holocaust train, after he read the Vrba–Wetzler report as a tee
The Hungarian biologist George Klein saved his life by fleeing, rather than boarding a Holocaust train, after he read the Vrba–Wetzler report as a teenager.
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Image: Auschwitz I (22 May 2010)
Image: Auschwitz I (22 May 2010)
Image: Birkenau múzeum   panoramio (cropped)
Image: Birkenau múzeum panoramio (cropped)
Auschwitz I, 2013 (50°01′39″N 19°12′18″E / 50.0275°N 19.2050°E / 50.0275; 19.2050 (Auschwitz I))
Auschwitz I, 2013 (50°01′39″N 19°12′18″E / 50.0275°N 19.2050°E / 50.0275; 19.2050 (Auschwitz I))
Auschwitz I, 2009; the prisoner reception center of Auschwitz I became the visitor reception center of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.
Auschwitz I, 2009; the prisoner reception center of Auschwitz I became the visitor reception center of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.