Monthly Archives: May 2012

70 Yrs Ago Today 31 May 1942 in Auschwitz / Holocaust

The number of deaths in Auschwitz-Birkenau in the month of May =  2,950 prisoners including 120 reeducation prisoners. That number does not include the female prisoners, Polish hostages, members of the underground, or Jews gassed in Bunker 1–none of those … Continue reading

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70 yrs ago today 30 May 1942 in Auschwitz / Holocaust

Danka #2779 had been in camp for 9 weeks-63 days. They have 1073 days to go. It  was raining today and the temperature was between 10 and 17 centigrade, with a light breeze.

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Happy Memorial Day – Who are your heroes? THANK YOU ALLIED FORCES & RESISTANCE FIGHTERS:

Rena and Danka, from the 1st and 2nd transports to Auschwitz, Thank the 82nd Airborne, who freed them from their last camp on May 2 1945, after 3 years in Auschwitz, the death march and 2 subsequent camps. “Across the … Continue reading

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70 Yrs Ago Today – 28 May 1942 in Auschwitz – on this Memorial Day

“54 female prisoners sent from the prison in Tarnow by the Sipo and SD for the Krakow District receive Nos. 7479-7532.” Rena had been in camp for 9 weeks. The temperature is 26-12 centigrade and there is a light breeze. … Continue reading

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