Polish commemoration of the liberation of the concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau

KL Auschwitz I camp in Oswiecim, Poland, 1945 after liberation by Soviet Army

The KL Auschwitz I camp in Oswiecim, Poland, pictured in 1945 after liberation by the Soviet Army. Auschwitz today is seen as an emblem of evil, a site of historical remembrance and a vast cemetery. It is a place where Jews make pilgrimages to pay tribute to ancestors whose ashes and bones remain part of the earth.

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