Photo Galleries : Nazi Death Camps : Auschwitz I
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Prison cells in the basement of the infamous "death" block 11
One of the three furnaces which together could burn 350 bodies daily
Halt! sign deterring prisoners from venturing near the 6,000 volt perimeter fence
AUSCHWITZ I - was established in the Polish Army barracks in Oswiecim in April 1940. Initially the camp comprised twenty buildings, fourteen with a single storey and six with two storeys. Between 1941 and 1942 new storeys were added, and eight new buildings were constructed, using prisoners as slave labour. The number of prisoners held in the camp rose to 20,000 in 1942.

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